InfoDrainage


  • 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,…


  • Transforming your drainage design workflows with InfoDrainage

    Building sustainable water infrastructure is at the core of our mission here at Autodesk. This is why our development teams have been hard at work building InfoDrainage into the foremost drainage design platform. It represents a single solution for sanitary and storm sewer design, all in an easy-to-use interface, with integrations into Civil 3D and…


  • 4 new Water Drop videos: templatizing, SQL, water quality workflows

    We are back with another edition of Water Drops, wherein we share four new workflow videos. We have been releasing new videos every month since we began releasing them six moons ago. You can find them all on our YouTube channel playlist. Subscribe and turn on notifications and you’ll be alerted whenever a new batch drops.  …


  • InfoDrainage 2024.3: Cloud Analysis, Clash Detection, HEC22 Advanced Inlet Analysis

    The latest update of InfoDrainage is here, with advanced clash detection for stormwater controls, cloud simulation analysis tools, and advanced HEC22 Inlet analysis capability. InfoDrainage 2024.3 builds off the most advanced, user-friendly solution in drainage system design to make it even better.   In this post, we’ll walk through what these improvements mean for you, and…


  • InfoDrainage Standard vs Ultimate: What’s the difference?

    Autodesk’s InfoDrainage is a drainage design and analysis solution that designers, developers, landscape architects, engineers, consultants and approval authorities rely on to: Water professionals who are completely new to InfoDrainage sometimes ask us which version they need to get started. We’ve put together this simple guide to explain the differences. Choosing between InfoDrainage Standard vs.…


  • A fresh batch of Water Drop workflow videos

    As summer winds down and students get back to hitting the books, you can step up your hydraulic modeling skills with four new Water Drop workflows. I’ve also been told these are great to listen to while enjoying a late summer afternoon thunderstorm. Another Civil 3D and InfoWorks ICM integration Ryan Brown takes a look…