• Ready to get started with our cloud capabilities? Here’s what our customers ask us before diving in.

    Are you curious about the recent release of cloud capabilities for our desktop modeling products? Our subscription offerings now include advanced features like cloud-distributed simulations, cloud-based storage for single and multi-user databases, and streamlined project database management. But with all these exciting new capabilities, you may have questions about the access to the cloud-based features,…


  • Pool of water

    InfoDrainage 2024 launch: Design Logic Switch, FEH2022 support, and arc pipes

    Global Launch at Autodesk is the time of year that marks the release of the latest innovations for our software. For InfoDrainage, that means you’re now able to update to InfoDrainage 2024. Here’s what you can expect to find when you’re notified of the latest update from the Autodesk Access app. Introducing Design Logic Switch…


  • Powerful cloud capabilities now included with InfoWorks ICM and InfoWorks WS Pro subscriptions

    It’s global launch time at Autodesk! This means the 2024 versions of our core water solutions are now available to our customers. This year, we have a monumental release for water distribution, wastewater, stormwater, and flood modelers alike. We’re thrilled to announce that our subscription offerings of InfoWorks ICM and InfoWorks WS Pro now come…


  • Jacobs engineered a SuDS-friendly, sustainable, flood-resistant amphitheater for Sidmouth. It’s beautiful.

    In the town of Sidmouth on the South West coast of England, Jacobs, a leading technical consultancy, not only designed a flood alleviation scheme that protects residents and properties but created an innovative, unique, impeccably sustainable, dual-use amenity for residents. The Sidmouth area has a long history of flooding from sea, river and stormwater, with…


  • The Water Gap: A new, simplified way of thinking about the world’s water problems

    As we all know, the first step in solving a problem is understanding the scope of the problem. But getting a good understanding of the state of the world’s water problems can be a daunting task. The UN has led the way in collecting data around water and sharing it as broadly as possible to…


  • Public roadmap for Autodesk’s water solutions now includes both desktop and cloud products 

    Over the past year, Autodesk’s public-facing roadmap for water solutions has included insight into the development of our Info360 cloud products. Today, we’re excited to expand this roadmap to include core desktop solutions, providing transparency to our full product vision and strategy. Our product roadmap is focused on delivering continuous improvements to our existing capabilities…


  • Water Talks in droplet form: The answers you need in the time that you have

    Your challenges are our challenges. While this statement may sound cliché, I think it rang true for the thousands of viewers of our Water Talks webinar series over the past three years. Since April 2020, we’ve reached 30,000 registrants, hosted 14,000 live attendees, and answered over 2,600 questions! We’ve heard from the best and brightest…


  • What XPSWMM users who made the switch to InfoWorks ICM no longer need to worry about

    First released for Windows in 1997, XPSWMM aided stormwater and flood professionals to take on the water challenges of the time. Now, 20 years on, the water industry demands modeling solutions that efficiently handle large data sets, that help them crack complex flow conditions across multiple catchments, and that can manage different climate change scenarios…


  • Rogers-O’Brien combined a drone with InfoDrainage to solve a problem quickly – and very accurately

    We need you to come back to the site. There’s been some flooding. No general contractor wants to find a message like that in their inbox half a decade after wrapping up a construction project. But a representative from Magnolia Montessori was indeed coming back to Rogers-O’Brien (RO). They were concerned because water was ponding…


  • Extraordinary flood mapping project influencing the way we prepare for floods in Australia

    In 2016 and 2018, devastating floods affected Tasmania, resulting in millions of dollars in damage and leaving communities recovering from significant losses. Following these events the Tasmanian and Australian governments funded the Tasmanian Flood Mapping Project to better understand the statewide flood risk, help build stronger community resilience, and support effective emergency response and recovery…