A public roadmap for Info360 products

Parrod Perrine Parrod Perrine October 26, 2022

3 min read

We’ve seen incredible progress since we launched the initial version of our next-generation Autodesk Innovyze Info360 water and wastewater environment last summer.  

This software package combines Info360 Insight, Info360 Asset, and our just-launched Info360 Plant to provide water professionals with a comprehensive solution for managing the entire water lifecycle. Because our Info360 solutions are cloud-based, you can count on regular improvements with exciting new features and enhancements to improve your workflows – without having to install any new updates.

To that end, we’ve created the Autodesk Innovyze Public Roadmap for the Info360 platform to help you plan for today and the future.

Confidently adopt Info360 cloud solutions

This roadmap reflects areas for potential investment across our cloud-based water solution. These ideas are based in market research, customer feedback, and the deep expertise of our Innovyze team. It’s all part of our continued focus on helping water utilities and plants manage assets and operations today, while predicting and preparing for the future.

For each Info360 product, we show you what we’ve launched and what’s currently under consideration.

Key areas of focus across our solutions include:

Info360 Asset

Info360 Asset empowers water utilities, local councils, and consultants to streamline the delivery of inspections for the purposes of asset capture, condition assessment, risk management, and capital planning prioritization. Asset managers can effectively prioritize maintenance, repairs, and renewals, and defend risk-based investment decisions to all stakeholders.

The strategic vision for the evolution of Info360 Asset is to grow support for inspection and condition standards so that more regions in the world may benefit from a cloud-based solution. Despite existing capability, the product strategy also includes improving intra-operability and interoperability with internal and external software to break down data silos.

Info360 Insight

Info360 Insight for operational intelligence and incident management, unifies water utility data in the AWS cloud. It applies sophisticated analytics and modelling and alerting tools to make operational information more accessible, reliable, and actionable. It is uniquely designed to support dynamic digital twins by gathering asset information, connecting live and historical performance data to Innovyze and to third-party water applications enabling utilities to improve service delivery, maximize operational resources and to identify and rapidly respond to incidents.

The strategic plan for Info360 Insight is to keep enhancing the data analytics and visualization of results and create workflows that operationalize network model insights and outputs. Our focus is on facilitating engineering and operational teams so they can better understand their underground water and wastewater system operations.

Info360 Plant

Info360 Plant is designed specifically for water and wastewater treatment plants to improve real-time data analysis and enable workflows associated with performance, compliance, and improvement planning. It is used for easy and secure access to your data, advanced monitoring and analysis to improve plant performance, managing and mitigating operational risks, automated compliance reporting to deliver consistent and efficient reporting, and justifying facility improvements— all in a single workspace.

With its recent launch, Info360 Plant is off to a strong start. As with Info360 Insight and Info360 Asset, we have a product vision we are building towards. The strategic vision includes AI-based functionality to optimize plant operations, as well as additional plant data analytics and intraoperability with other Info360 products.

Follow along with our updates

We’ll keep updating this roadmap with new plans, and we’ll post new updates on a regular basis. You can click through to read about each update directly from the Product Roadmap site, but you can also keep up-to-date by following us on Twitter, LinkedIn, or Instagram.

Additional authors

Thanks to Casey Chaisson, Water Industry Marketing Team Manager, and Patrick Bonk, Product Marketing Specialist, at Autodesk, for contributing to this blog.

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