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Welcome to Qatium’s second product update of 2022.

We’ve come a long way together. And yet our journey has just begun!

What’s new?

Extended scenarios, detailed insights on model deviations, API documentation and more.
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Demand spikes on multiple junctions

You can now apply spikes in demand on multiple junctions at a time. And all this while a pipe is isolated. How’s that for a criticality scenario?

Ingest API for SCADA, AMI and IoT data

Our Ingest API documentation is out! You can find it on our Help Center.

Detailed model deviation

Verify your hydraulic model and increase its accuracy. Monitor how your network is performing, spot irregularities and catch customers of service issues in time.

Pressure driven analyses

Upload your pressure driven demand model to Qatium and run operational scenarios.

Enhancements to real-time models

Your pump statuses are now updated from your live data.

What’s next?


As an open platform, we’re pleased to share what the team is currently working on.
Vote on the features you want to see on Qatium’s Roadmap.

Network sharing

Allow teams and individuals to share networks in a common workspace.

Scenario management

Persist modifications to network operations as scenarios.

Operate individual valve settings

Modify any valves setting: open backfeeds, perform unidirectional flushing, modify zone boundaries and more.

For more updates, visit our product news page.

What else is going on?


Digital Twins are the talk of the town but how are they evolving?
From the early adopters to the potential for mass adoption, how can the latest solutions help water companies cross the digital chasm?

Digital Twins: From Pioneers to Mass Adoption

Tune in to the third episode of Q Talks, a monthly series of bite-sized conversations that you can watch live or on demand.

By offering a virtual mirror of the physical world, digital twins are enabling water professionals to test the impact of changes before they are made.

Hear from digital twin experts cut through the hype with examples of digital twin adoption and lessons learned. Featuring Pilar Conejos, Water Supply Specialist – Digital Twins, Gigi Karmous-Edwards, Co-chair of SWAN Digital Twin and Biju George, EVP Utilities, Ampcus and former COO, DC Water.

Expert of the month

Pilar Conejos Ph.D. is the former Head of Water Control at Global Omnium with more than 20 years of experience in the field of Hydraulic Engineering and Water Management. She is the co-author of several articles and papers in congresses about digital twins and the efficient management of water distribution networks.

Listen to what Pilar has to say about digital transformation and the way forward for water utilities.

“Digital transformation requires the right culture and the right leadership. The end goal should be to drive collaboration between different stakeholders.”

Qatium is hiring!

We are seeking out for talented individuals to support our growth and help water utilities be successful in their digital transformation efforts.

Qatium is a cloud based developer of digital water technology with offices in Valencia, Spain and a presence around the world. The company operates an open and collaborative water management platform that helps utilities improve the efficiency of their water systems.

Previously on Qatium

In case you missed last month’s update, we released demand spikes, watermain shutdowns, a new demo model and discussed the United States’ water strategy.

Thank you for following Qatium and stay safe!


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