• 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,…


  • HEC-RAS: Its history, benefits, drawbacks, and alternatives

    For much of human history, rivers were one of the most prevalent resources to civilization, serving as the liquid highways for goods and providing needed water for irrigation. It’s no wonder then why the world’s top minds have long toiled over how to control rivers and understand their flow. While understanding rivers presented persistent toil…


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    Improved asset condition and inspection data management in Info360 Asset

    Asset and condition inspection data are at the foundation of how water professionals build out risk and asset prioritization plans – prioritization plans that are essential to how water utilities allocate their capital expenditures.  We listen to your feedback on how you manage condition assessment inspections and asset data, and our product and engineering development…


  • Our local superpower: end-to-end consulting partners

    With the acquisition of Innovyze in 2021, Autodesk set out on an exciting journey to digitize the global water industry. But we are not doing this on our own.    For over 30 years Autodesk has partnered with thoroughly vetted, professional Solution Providers (SPs), who are located all over the world and whose workforce consists…


  • Davidson Water: Going deep with surge analysis and bubbling up with community engagement

    As a nonprofit membership-based organization, Davidson Water is entirely supported by the rates and fees paid by its member customers – no county taxes involved. Created over 50 years ago by enterprising businessmen who realized that this part of the popular Piedmont corridor of commerce and trade would not be able to host more business without…


  • InfoWater Pro 2024.3: SCADA Event Runs from Info360 and Hydraulic Diagnostics improvements

    Our development teams have been hard at work bringing new updates to InfoWater Pro this year. In the 2024.2 release, we rolled out fire flow simulations in the cloud, increasing speed and allowing modelers to save their local machines from intensive simulations. Notably, the Denver Water team said their fire flow“simulation times went from over 1.5 hours to…


  • InfoWorks ICM Standard vs. Ultimate: which one do you need?

    Autodesk’s InfoWork ICM is a complete catchment modeling software which can be applied to hydraulic modeling challenges as diverse as: Water professionals who are completely new to InfoWorks ICM (welcome!) sometimes ask us which version they need to get started. We’ve put together this simple guide to explain the differences. What is included with Standard and Ultimate…