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  • Now you can use InfoWorks WS Pro and InfoWater Pro simulation results in Info360 risk analyses

    Water network hydraulic models are foundational, essential, and widely utilized across the water industry, helping you build, create and calibrate and plan, design and operate drinking water distribution systems. From a system capacity standpoint, they can also inform your decision-making on system upgrades, maintenance schedules, failure scenarios and operational strategies. Building on your hydraulic modeling…


  • Everything new in Autodesk’s desktop hydraulic modeling software 2025 releases

    The latest 2025 releases of all of our desktop hydraulic modeling solutions are out, and with them, there are a ton of new features waiting to help you in your workflows and processes. The Autodesk Water team has been hard at work developing solutions to real-world challenges you face in your day-to-day work and implementing…


  • Streamlining data exchange with InfoWater Pro 2025’s new Results API

    InfoWater Pro 2025 delivers many new features like adaptive mixing water quality resolution, Results API access, and Info360 Asset integration improvements. In this post, we’ll spend some time discussing how the new Results API works and tips for leveraging it to its full potential. Results API with InfoWater Pro 2025 InfoWater Pro 2025’s key feature…


  • Powerful cloud simulation capabilities and flexible ways to work with InfoWorks ICM 2025

    InfoWorks ICM 2025 delivers enhancements to its powerful cloud capabilities and new flexible ways to work Last year at this time, we announced powerful cloud simulation capabilities for InfoWorks ICM 2024, which are included with an Autodesk subscription. This year, as part of the release of InfoWorks ICM 2025, our development team has enhanced these…


  • Water distribution modeling integration with asset management for InfoWorks WS Pro and InfoWater Pro 2025

    InfoWorks WS Pro 2025 and InfoWater Pro 2025 now provides users with the ability to share simulated operating conditions for pipes within Info360 Asset, enhancing modelers’ abilities to create digital twins of their network. Additionally, InfoWater Pro 2025 is delivering enhancements to its existing sensor integration with Info360 applications. In this post, we’ll walk through…


  • InfoDrainage 2025: Generating responsive flood maps with the Machine Learning Deluge Tool

    InfoDrainage 2025 is here, delivering phase two of our Machine Learning Deluge tool, achieving interactivity with user-placed ponds and swales. This release is another example of how Autodesk AI is being integrated into our water portfolio. Announced last year, InfoDrainage’s Machine Learning Deluge Tool enables drainage designers to create predictive flood maps quickly and accurately…


  • 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…


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  • Are you sometimes afraid to update your software? What we’ve done with InfoWorks ICM to make it stress-free.

    Does the phrase “software update” make you quiver with fear and frustration? We get it. Having to take time out of your day to load new versions of software doesn’t top the list of anyone’s goals and accomplishments. But there are some very good reasons to update your hydraulic modeling software. When it comes to…