• A big batch of Info360 Insight and Info360 Plant improvements

    Our next-generation, cloud-based Info360 Insight and Info360 Plant apps have been developing rapidly, adding lots of new features and functionality in just the last few months alone. We’ve gathered up all of the release notes from this burst of development to show you some of the standout features that we’ve added and explain how they…


  • Info360 Asset’s powerful new integration with ESRI apps

    Are you an Info360 Asset user? If you work for a water utility or are a consultant for utilities, chances are high that you regularly collaborate with people who rely heavily on Esri products. Our latest release gives you a way to add significant value to their work by pushing your in-depth data and analysis…


  • Scaling and sharing domain knowledge inside your water utility with analytic templates

    The workers who provide clean drinking water and the conveyance and treatment of our sewage are critical to maintaining civil infrastructure. They deserve the best technology and tools to make them more productive and collaborative, but they are often hamstrung by organizational limitations. With the right tools, domain experts can grow a knowledge base repository…


  • Creating a data-driven culture in your water utility with low-code and no-code analytics

    Water infrastructure, like treatment plants or networks, can generate lots of data. But is it useful information? How can captured data become actionable knowledge for planning, crisis management, and problem solving across organizations? Data is only useful when experts can interpret and share it so an organization can take action. We dig into new ideas…


  • Turning your data into decisions by creating a data culture inside your water utility

    Download the Autodesk e-book "Building a water data culture: How utilities can use operational analytics to turn data into decisions"


  • Info360 Asset update: multiparameter risk modelling, map improvements, in-app notification manager

    Coming off the exciting news of Info360 Asset’s integration with VAPAR Solutions, we have a new product update. We’ve taken your direct feedback with enhancements to how you calculate risk in your risk modelling, improved maps to make it easier for you to view pipe inspection details and defects, and we’ve added an in-app notification…


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    Improved asset condition and inspection data management in Info360 Asset

    Asset and condition inspection data are at the foundation of how water professionals build out risk and asset prioritization plans – prioritization plans that are essential to how water utilities allocate their capital expenditures.  We listen to your feedback on how you manage condition assessment inspections and asset data, and our product and engineering development…


  • Info360 Plant 2024.4 update: cascading scenario effects, expanded charts, OLEDB integration

    We’ve been working hard to deliver updates for our Info360 apps. These apps work in standalone ways but sometimes share common functionalities – particularly when it comes to analysizing data – which is the case with the latest releases for Info360 Plant and Info360 Insight. Forecast model results now available in workspaces Our development and engineering…


  • Info360 Insight 2024.4 update: better forms, contextual help for building expressions, and a handy toggle switch

    We’ve been working hard to deliver an update for our Info360 apps. These apps work in standalone ways but sometimes share common functionalities – particularly when it comes to analysizing data – which is the case with the latest releases for Info360 Insight and Info360 Plant. Forecast model results now available in workspaces Our development and…


  • Output water-quality reports on demand using Info360 Plant – whenever you need it

    In 2016, an outbreak of campylobacter in the Havelock North community of New Zealand resulted in four deaths, 50+ people hospitalized, and over 8,000 illnesses — affecting about a third of people in the community and surrounding area. The likely culprit was sheep faeces draining into a shallow aquifer after a heavy rainstorm event. Considering…