The new version delivers an even higher level of interoperability, providing enhanced data management performance and scalability for power ArcGIS software users.

MWH Soft, a provider of water resources applications software, announced that its latest release of H2OMAP water/wastewater modeling software supports ArcSDE 9. The new version delivers an even higher level of interoperability, providing enhanced data management performance and scalability for power ArcGIS (ESRI, Redlands, CA) software users. An indispensable advantage for geoengineering, H2OMAP combines the industry's most advanced and effective tools with hallmark analysis and integration capabilities in a unique interoperable geospatial framework that provides a consistent user interface. The result delivers new levels of geospatial analysis, infrastructure management and business planning for the water and wastewater industries.

Developed by ESRI, ArcSDE is an integrated part of ArcGIS and a core element of any enterprise GIS solution. Its primary role is to act as the GIS gateway to massive multiuser geographic databases stored in relational database management systems (RDBMSs). As a leader in enterprise GIS modeling applications, MWH Soft has fully integrated its advanced geospatial technology with ESRI's geodatabase management system software. With the addition of ArcSDE 9 support, users will find it even easier to create, manage and share important GIS and modeling information in H2OMAP.

Developed and supported by leading industry experts, H2OMAP GIS software is used worldwide by municipal engineers, consultants, government organizations, and planners to create detailed, accurate models of water and sewer infrastructure systems. These models enable users to analyze their systems with exceptional accuracy; pinpoint current and future problem areas; optimize operations and capital improvement and rehabilitation programs; meet environmental regulations; improve community relations; and plan sound security measures.

Source: MWH Soft, Feb. 16, 2005