InfoDrainage


  • InfoDrainage 2025: Generating responsive flood maps with the Machine Learning Deluge Tool

    InfoDrainage 2025 is here, delivering phase two of our Machine Learning Deluge tool, achieving interactivity with user-placed ponds and swales. This release is another example of how Autodesk AI is being integrated into our water portfolio. Announced last year, InfoDrainage’s Machine Learning Deluge Tool enables drainage designers to create predictive flood maps quickly and accurately…


  • How spreadsheets lock drainage designers into formulaic cells

    Spreadsheets are great at crunching data, but not so great as a design tool.


  • Water Drops: NEXRAD, inlets, and templates, oh my!

    This release of Water Drops focuses on some key functionality to help improve your workflows: Designing inlets in InfoDrainage We’ve already seen many useful tools in InfoDrainage from previous Water Drops collections. In this video, we continue to built on those skills by taking a deep dive on inlets inside InfoDrainge. More specifically, how inlets should…


  • The rainfall and runoff calculation methods inside InfoDrainage and how to customize them

    We list all of the regional rainfall and runoff calculations in InfoDrainage and show you how to customize them.


  • How InfoDrainage integrates with Civil 3D and how the integration is growing

    Our team of drainage experts and product developers have made it their mission to solve this industry challenge through expanding integrations between InfoDrainage, Autodesk’s drainage design solution, and Civil 3D, the world’s foremost civil design software.


  • 4 New Water Drop videos: DWF allocation, 2D flooding display, grade lines, and Autodesk Docs

    A new year to learn new workflows! We’re kicking off 2024 with four additional Water Drop workflow videos. Check out our YouTube playlist to catch up on all our short-form workflow tutorials, and please do let us know in the survey at the bottom of the page if you have any suggestions for future videos.…


  • New video: ‘Fundamentals of Drainage Design’

    If you are a new civil engineer, urban planner, or simply interested in understanding how drainage systems work, we have a brand-new course that’s designed to provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to tackle drainage design challenges. The video was created and narrated by Drainage Design Product Engineer Daniel Yardley, who is located…


  • How engineers can help prevent catastrophic flooding 

    Severe weather events are some of the largest looming threats to civilization in the next many decades. The power of water is humbling, something that anyone who has ever been through a flood knows well. Floods can wreak havoc on urban communities, destroying homes, but also destroy environments, damaging wetlands and natural habitats.  However, we aren’t helpless. As a…


  • 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…


  • 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,…