Water distribution


  • Predicting water demand by collaborating between InfoWater Pro + Civil 3D, via the Autodesk Connector for ArcGIS

    Predicting demand for water isn’t as simple as counting new construction units. It can become more difficult when two different professions do the forecasting, but the ArcGIS Online connection between InfoWater Pro and Civil 3D allows you to share the same data and approach. To show you how it works, we teamed up with Symetri…


  • 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…


  • CHA Consulting is helping Florida utilities meet ambitious reclaimed water effluent regulations

    New regulations are challenging Florida water utilities to tighten up and ultimately eliminate all non-beneficial surface water discharges. CHA Consulting has been working to help utilities across the sunshine state find the right balance and stay ahead of statewide deadlines for compliance. Many thanks to co-author of this piece Project Engineer Parsa Pezeshk, who shared…


  • 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…


  • 3 new free InfoWater Pro learning courses

    A few months back, we introduced new courseware for four apps: InfoWater Pro, InfoWorks WS Pro, InfoDrainage and InfoWorks ICM. We’ve just launched three more free courses to help our customers get as much out of our apps as possible. These three new courses are all about InfoWater Pro. InfoWater Pro Advanced This is the…


  • InfoWorks WS Pro 2024.1-3:  Improved cloud features, multi-run improvements, and enhanced engine stability 

    It’s been a while since we last talked about updates to InfoWorks WS Pro, but that doesn’t mean that our development and QA teams haven’t been delivering new tools and working to provide even greater value to water distribution modeling. We just released InfoWorks WS Pro 2024.3, which we’ll cover in this post, alongside what…


  • Understanding water loss and leakage: strategic overview, zonal planning, and operations

    Utilities sometimes spend large amounts of money on non-revenue water. If you spend hours developing annual water loss reports to track the money you spend on non-revenue water, you may be eager to find a leakage strategy to reduce these losses throughout your water network, for both transmission and distribution. While leakage strategies may mean…


  • InfoWorks WS Pro 2024: new cloud capabilities, included transient analysis, and more

    The latest update of InfoWorks WS Pro 2024 includes cloud functionalities, surge analysis, and the ability to merge network changes. InfoWorks WS Pro is now a hybrid on-premises and cloud product, available as part of an Autodesk subscription, using a single installer, which simplifies the access to our cloud capabilities. Flexible database storage You can…


  • SWAN report: What’s driving innovation at water utilities – and what’s inhibiting it? 

    There’s a rising tide of challenges approaching public water utilities. Faced with growing demand, crumbling infrastructure, climate change and a tight labor pool, public utility owners are looking toward smart water technology to help them manage a most precious resource: water.     SWAN’s 2023 report, How Utilities Organize for Digital Innovation, offers great insights into…


  • InfoWater Pro and ArcGIS dashboards help City of Livonia respond faster to emergencies

    In the depth of winter in January 2018, the City of Livonia, Michigan experienced a master meter failure that caused several water main breaks, closed a major highway, and triggered a city-wide boil-water advisory. Read the case study Read all about a messy water main pipe break in our latest case study and how it…