Getting Started With Qatium

Qatium is building an open and collaborative water management platform. Quatium is democratizing access to digital twins – and we need your help to make our product a success. We’re looking for GIS experts and hydraulic engineers to provide feedback on our platform.

When you sign up to Qatium

You can upload your own GIS dataset or EPAnet file where you can run a simulation of a water network. We’ll then ask you for feedback on your experience to help us improve our product.

Want to be among the first to discover Qatium ?

When you sign up for early access to Qatium, you can upload your own GIS dataset or EPAnet file where you can run a simulation of water network. We’ll then ask you for feedback on your experience to help us improve our product.

Benefits

What makes Qatium unique?

Self-Learning Digital Assistant

Clear visualizations

Powerful simulations

Open APIs

Open roadmap

Free forever pricing

Self-Learning Digital Assistant 

Clear visualizations 

Powerful simulations 

Open APIs 

Open roadmap 

Free forever pricing 

Here's how you can collaborate with Qatium:

We’ll ask you to attend 3 short video calls: the first to introduce you to Qatium and answer your questions; the second to onboard you as a user, and the third to share your experience with us.

We’ll also ask you to weigh in on our open product roadmap: https://roadmap.qatium.com

There are no financial costs involved, and your data will remain private

All names and datasets you share with us are considered private and confidential – we will not resell or public your data.

To participate, you upload a GIS or INP dataset relative to a specific water distribution network.

There is no financial cost or IT development work associated with the program.

An open

Community-Led Approach to Development

Qatium is a collaborative community of multi-disciplinary users and experts, whose aim is to democratize and transform the hydraulic sector.

Join our group of international hydraulic models, industry experts, open-source developers, and public utility leaders today, and be part of the future of digital water!

Want to get started with Qatium?

When you sign up for early access to Qatium, you can upload your own GIS dataset or EPAnet file where you can run a simulation of water network. We’ll then ask you for feedback on your experience to help us improve our product.

An open Roadmap

Water Network Distribution
Sewer Networks
Irrigation Networks
Water Plants and Facilities
Customers
Working on
Future releases
RELEASED
IN PROGRESS
UPCOMING
UNDERCONSIDERATION
Oct 15, 2021

Version 1.2 (Current)

Automatic detection of arterial networks - Oct 15, 2021

Qatium is able to detect the pipes of the network that make up the main arterial network using their relative diameters and/or by their connection to singular elements of the model such as tanks, pumps, reservoirs, valves etc.

Machine learning models for automatic demand estimations - Aug 17, 2021

Using AI, Qatium is able to estimate network demand based on the area’s total population. In the absence of data point, Qatium applies global machine learning models to to estimate demand patterns across the water distribution network.

Intelligent topology corrections - July 8, 2021

Thanks to advanced data science techniques, Qatium automatically adjusts and corrects topological data, including duplicate items, isolated elements, X and T crossings and more.

Simulate opening and closing pipes - June 3, 2021

Change the state of any pipe and close them without needing to add a valve. Each pipe opening and closure runs a new simulation and generates updated water flow and network pressure data.