• New cloud tool and improved SWMM diagnostics in InfoWorks ICM 2025.2

    InfoWorks ICM 2025.2 is here, delivering new cloud tools, improved SWMM diagnostics and import, and extended backwards compatibility for simulation results. Our development teams have been SWMMing through a number of important updates for SWMM modelers in the last several months. As we noted in our last release post, InfoWorks ICM 2025.1 enabled curve number…


  • FHWA Culvert Analysis and enhanced flexible reporting in InfoDrainage 2025.2

    InfoDrainage 2025.2 is here and with it comes culvert analysis functionality, enhanced flexible reporting capabilities, and speed and simulation improvements. Our team of developers and product leaders have been hard at work not only developing the next generation of drainage design software, InfoDrainage, but also understanding what drainage designers around the world need in their…


  • Water infrastructure software solutions: How Autodesk wants to build a better future

    Over the next 30 years, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence forecasts that there could be up to a 50% increase in global water demand. The 2023 United Nations World Water Development Report estimates that 2.4 billion people in urban areas face water scarcity by 2050, which is up to half of the…


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    New Fire Flow Analysis and water quality improvements in InfoWater Pro 2025.1

    InfoWater Pro 2025.1 delivers a new analysis option for users to examine the impacts of these increased flow events throughout their network and address vulnerabilities. Additionally, new functionality in this release decreases run durations for water quality simulations. Our water distribution development and QA teams have been hard at work delivering solutions and workflows to…


  • Hydraulic simulations ‘any way you want it’: Your cloud and local hydraulic modeling simulation options

    Do you remember Pizza Hut’s famous “Any way you want it” deal, where you could get a large pizza with whatever toppings you want – all for $10? It was one of the pizza chain’s most successful. But… what does that have to do with Autodesk hydraulic modeling software? Well, about this time last year…


  • How small consultancies like Climate Adaptive Systems use Autodesk Water Infrastructure software

    At Autodesk, we get to interact with a diverse set of people throughout the water industry. From the world’s largest consulting firms all the way down to small businesses run by solo practitioners. While massive infrastructure projects often get the glamorous headlines, it’s important to remember that a large subset of the engineering field is…


  • ACE2024: Solving workforce challenges, implementing AI, and enabling digital transformation

    It’s a wrap on the American Water Works Association’s annual conference, ACE 2024. The Autodesk water solutions team was there in full force, meeting with partners and those in the water industry about enabling the next wave of digital transformation through hydraulic modeling and asset analytics tools. There were a few common themes this year,…


  • InfoDrainage 2025.1: Flexible drainage reporting and enhanced integrations with Civil 3D

    The latest release of InfoDrainage is one of the most impactful yet, bringing enhancements to its already powerful Civil 3D integration and providing new flexible reporting features to increase efficiency and reduce tedium in the drainage design process. Enhanced integration with Civil 3D We’re excited to announce a significant enhancement to the integration between InfoDrainage…


  • Curve Number infiltration in 2D Zones: CNSWMM updates in InfoWorks ICM 2025.1

    Another new update for InfoWorks ICM is here, bringing support for Curve Number (CN) infiltration in 2D zones, among a few other new features. In this post, we’ll walk through what’s new in InfoWorks ICM 2025, highlighting CN infiltration specifically in a conversation with our developers, as it was the highest customer voted feature for…


  • Importing EPANET files and improved skeletonization in InfoWorks WS Pro 2025.1

    InfoWorks WS Pro 2025.1 is here, and it’s one of the most jam-packed releases we’ve ever had. In this latest version, you now have an easy process to import EPANET (.inp) files. Additionally, improved skeletonization based on flow paths makes your skeletonized networks more accurate and efficient. While these two features headline the release, there…