• InfoWorks WS Pro 2024.5: Model Diagnostic Tables, Demand Area Analysis, and the age of your water

    The latest update to InfoWorks WS Pro is here, with improvements to the platform to make hydraulic modelers’ lives easier. InfoWorks WS Pro 2024.5 introduces Diagnostic Tables to the platform so users can find stability issues within a given hydraulic model with more ease. Additionally, the Demand Area Analysis functionality already in the platform has…


  • AU 2023: The year AI took center stage for Autodesk water solutions

    Autodesk University this year marked a significant focus on the water industry and solutions. This was evident in the core narrative of the AEC keynote and industry forum, highlighting Autodesk's unique attention to water as a valuable resource.


  • What’s the difference between 1D and 2D hydraulic modeling and how to decide between them?

    Predicting floods and how these flows of water interact with topography and infrastructure has presented a menagerie of challenges for engineers of past and present. Like any force of nature, floods are dynamic events that encompass a series of interrelated factors that determine the resultant effects. Factors like topographical variance, soil permeability, precipitation intensity, existing…


  • Designing sustainable irrigation networks with InfoWorks WS Pro 

    Agriculture accounts for roughly 70% of global water usage annually – a staggering statistic that underscores the world’s need for sustainable and well-managed irrigation systems. In addition, irrigated agriculture accounts for 40% of the world’s food supply, despite taking up only 20% of the world’s cultivated land. With severe weather events, the impacts of climate…


  • Autodesk InfoDrainage integrates Artificial Intelligence with Machine Learning Deluge tool 

    Every built thing in the world has a drainage plan. From housing developments to commercial properties to roads and railways – each of these unique engineering projects requires resilient stormwater infrastructure and sustainable drainage design. For much of human history, engineers and builders took a more rudimentary path towards drainage: dig holes, oversize pipes and canals,…


  • InfoDrainage 2024.4: Machine Learning, results migration with Civil 3D, speed improvements

    The Autodesk InfoDrainage team has built in some fantastic new features into InfoDrainage 2024.4, including intelligent machine learning deluge, results mapping with Civil 3D, and speed and scalability improvements. In this post, we’ll walk through what these improvements mean for you, and how you can stay up to date with our product roadmap, webinars, and drainage…


  • InfoWorks ICM now integrates with Civil 3D, uniting designers with hydraulic modelers

    Everything in the built environment progresses through the planning phase and design phase, before eventually being constructed and operated. In the planning phase, sites are scoped, drainage studies are completed, and hydraulic analyses are run to understand where and when capital improvements are needed. Powerful hydrologic modeling tools like InfoWorks ICM are vital to engineers…


  • New technical information hubs for Autodesk Water desktop products

    The Autodesk Water team is excited to release our latest Technical Information Hubs for our desktop products. These newly released information hubs work to collect the wealth of information that various Autodesk teams provide to customers each and every day, all in one place. InfoWorks WS Pro Information Hub | autodesk.com InfoWorks ICM Information Hub…


  • InfoWorks WS Pro 2024.4: Reserved runs in the cloud, live data configuration, and quality improvements

    The latest version of InfoWorks WS Pro is here, bringing improvements to the platform in a variety of ways. Perhaps most significantly, you now have access to reserved runs in the cloud, streamlining collaboration and workflows. Additionally, the development and QA teams have built in streamlined live data configurations and made a variety of quality improvements…


  • Water Drops: A batch of lesser-known workflows that deserve the spotlight

    This release of Water Drops workflow videos is exceptional – that is, we go over some of the lesser-known capabilities of our software packages that we want to make sure aren’t overlooked. For example, did you know you can also design sanitary networks in InfoDrainage? Or, have you ever wondered how other Innovyze products (specifically,…