AWS is thrilled to present our first premium webinar exploring latest innovations and industry insights in water modelling!

Building on the content presented in our free webinar on AI tools for modelling innovation, this premium webinar will allow attendees to step through the process of generating your own model input files with AI assistance. During this premium webinar our expert presenters will provide you with the necessary tools to allow you to undertake segmenting processes in real time with your own model.

Whether you use TUFLOW, HEC-RAS, FLO-2D, MIKE FLOOD, Flood Modeller, RORB, HEC-HMS, or any other water modelling software, this webinar is designed to provide practical tools in an interactive learning session.


Wednesday, 27 March 2024
9:00am (Australia/Sydney; find your local time)
Format 2 * 1 hour webinar sessions
Cost Standard fee AUD$79 (includes GST)
Code PW-24-01
Contact training@awschool.com.au


Bill Katzenmeyer


William Mark (Bill) Katzenmeyer, P.E., C.F.M. is Senior Water Resources Technical Lead for C.H. Fenstermaker and Associates, LLC.  Bill specializes in hydrologic and hydraulic modeling, automation, a... Read more

Aaron Nichols

Atwell, LLC

Aaron Nichols is a water resources engineer at Atwell, LLC, specializes in 2D modeling with HEC-RAS and FLO-2D. He has worked on projects that include large-scale 2D urban modeling, design of regional... Read more

Sean Micek


Sean Micek, P.E. is a licensed Professional Engineer whose background is in hydrologic & hydraulic modelling, coastal transition zone analysis, and full-stack software development. Before joining ... Read more

Panel Members

Krey Price

International Water Training Institute

Educated at the University of California at Berkeley, Krey is a civil engineer and project manager with international experience in water resources. He is engaged in computational modelling, engineeri... Read more

Webinar Outline

This 2-hour webinar is divided into two 1-hour sessions (with a break between sessions) for a structured and comprehensive learning experience.

Session 1

In Session 1 you will access custom scripts that allow you to automate the process of delineating hydrologic and hydraulic features from aerial or satellite imagery. An example of the Segment Anything model for generating structure polygons will be shown using a Google Colab notebook to help you integrate Machine Learning libraries into your toolbox.

Session 2

Session 2 will apply tools to interrogate digital elevation models and other terrain data to identify a range of hydraulically relevant features. You will generate break lines along roadways, levees, buildings, waterways, and catchment divides that can be imported into hydrologic and hydraulic models.

Credit source: Terrain triangulation


Introductory Webinar: AI tools for modelling innovation

Take a sneak peak at this 1-hour free introductory webinar held on 7 February 2024


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