• How to use Australian Rainfall and Runoff Guidelines (ARR19) in the latest InfoDrainage 2023.2 release

    The Australian Rainfall and Runoff Guidelines (ARR19) are critical in providing reliable flood risk estimates to ensure infrastructure is designed well to keep communities safe and environments protected.  The addition of ARR19 in the latest release of InfoDrainage means Australian designers, engineers,…


  • InfoWorks WS Pro Learning Series

    InfoWorks WS Pro is designed for water professionals to help them assess supply to individual customers. Supply deficiencies or pollution incidents can be investigated and fixed quickly, allowing you to model how best to achieve regulatory standards while continuing to deliver value…


  • London wants more SuDS. Here’s how Arcadis is helping them calculate SuDS ROI.

    As the pressures of urban growth and climate change continue to pinch urban centers, the calculation of return on investment and financial viability for long-term resilience strategies will become an essential element for infrastructure management. Perhaps more to the point, calculating your…


  • Water: recycled, reclaimed, toilet-to-tap? What are the differences?

    People often use the terms “recycled water” and “reclaimed water” interchangeably. The most inclusive definition of both together would be any water that has been captured after use and then treated and reused, rather than sent directly into natural drainages.  This definition…


  • Upcoming Water Talk: Can you handle the pressure?

    Join us for the first Water Talks of the new year next Tuesday, January 17: Can Your Water Distribution Model Handle the Pressure? We’ll show you how to properly differentiate customer water use from water leakage in water distribution models. Host Midori…


  • Ross Valley Sanitary District: from cease and desist to solid asset management

    Way back in 1899 – a decade after hydraulic mining was outlawed in California and the Gold Rush had completely petered out – the Ross Valley Sanitary District was established. It’s one of the Golden State’s oldest sanitary districts. Located in Marin…


  • What we learned at Melbourne Digital Water Day

    Data, predictive modelling, AI, automation, and other digital technologies are providing solutions to the biggest challenges facing Australian water utilities, ensuring their assets and communities can remain safe, efficient and cost-effective.   At Autodesk Digital Water Day, held in November 2022 in Melbourne,…


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    New in InfoWater Pro: Latest ArcGIS Pro support + powerful diagnostic tools

    The latest updates of InfoWater Pro now support ArcGIS 3.0 and improves re-run workflows and hydraulic simulation reporting.  Latest ArcGIS Pro support InfoWater Pro, which is built on top of ArcGIS, is now compatible with the latest ArcGIS Pro. With InfoWater 2023.3, you…


  • WEFTEC chat: Easier ways to get data into your system

    Models love data. And, therefore, water modelers love data, too. But they sometimes face challenges with getting information into their water system before being able to organize and utilize it.   As Solutions Architect Javier Cantu told WaterOnline’s Angela Godwin at WEFTEC…


  • Product roadmap updates for Info360 cloud products

    Last quarter, we announced the launch of our first public-facing roadmap for Autodesk’s Info360 cloud solutions for water and wastewater. As true SaaS products, Info360 Insight, Info360 Asset, and Info360 Plant are regularly updated with exciting new features and enhancements to meet evolving customer needs. Today, we have…