AEM net S.p.A.
AEM Torino has achieved final, total integration of the telecommunication networks of
AEMNet into the AEM Torino SIT environment. Everyone working for the various utility companies that make up AEM Torino can
profit from the broad availability of the data
they now share. The availability of segments
of the Torino network infrastructure - for
example, street lights - makes it possible to
work on a given segment through simple
queries, avoiding large retrievals of all Torino
land information and time-consuming searching for the right place to work. It is now possible to work on small areas of the data, avoiding redundancy of data.
AEM Torino relied on ProjectWise with
Geospatial Management as support for optical fiber reference documents, which can be
easily retrieved both with standard and geographical (on territory) queries. The retrieval of
documents is now immediate,
and it is simple to update them.
Documents can be retrieved
according to their relation to
the network and by easily recognizable geospatial locations.
The integration of the tabular information in the database - which was formerly
unrelated to the graphic
information - allows real-time updates. When AEM
Torino modifies the layout
of a network, it contemporaneously updates that
information as it relates to
all of the networks. ;
Aguas Group Corporative
Aguas Andinas S.A.
serving its hydraulic behavior. The
length of the network was reduced
from more than 12,000 km to only
Grupo Aguas provides drinking water and
wastewater services to the six million residents of metropolitan Santiago. The main goal
of this project is to provide optimal online control of the operation of these water networks.
Using Bentley WaterCAD and WaterGEMS, the
company has made important advances in
modeling the drinking water network, allowing it to develop detailed models for 90 percent of the pressure pipes in only three
years. It also used these models to build a
Corporative MegaModel, a model of the major
pipes for transport and distribution of drinking
water, as well as tanks, valves, and pumps.
For analysis, the detailed model was simplified using the Skelebrator tool in Bentley
WaterGEMS, simplifying the model but pre-
The Corporative MegaModel is now an
integral tool in the management of the
water production and transport in the
company. With the support of data
obtained from the
MegaModel, the production, transport, and distribution infrastructure can be
diagnosed, and proposals
for improvements can
be validated. Improvements
needed to provide optimal
service quality at a reasonable cost are easily