Working with QGIS is great experience as it has all the features we need and more, the community and commercial support is great, and it's developping at an incredible pace.
We're using it with success as a replacement for ESRI software in Desktop, Server/Web and Mobile Data Collection.
For Desktop we use QGIS, for server side we use QGIS server (WMS/WFS) so that we have the same look in Desktop and in WEB/Mobile, for Mobile Data Collection we use Intramaps Roam, and for Web client we use qgis web client and openlayers 3 mobile viewer.
As this is an Epanet thread I won't go further into details but please don't hesitate to contact me at tudor (dot) barascu (at) qtibia (dot) ro if you want a better glimpse into QGIS with respect to water-wastewater utilities (invitation for everyone). But basically, we're pushing towards an open-source integrated system and we would like Epanet and SWMM to be a part of it.
For a video demo of the Epanet plugin check this out.
Please note that we are looking for a free dataset with full informations (pumps, tanks, valves, pipes and their characteristics…) to distribute with this plugin as a test case and demonstration.
- A QGIS specific usage presentation regarding the water/wastewater utilities companies.
- Qwat project.
- Interresting related presentation.
All the best,