Category: Events

  • Webinar: iAgua & Canal de Isabel II

    We recently organized a webinar with iAgua (article also available in Spanish) to discuss in depth the digitalization of the water industry. The event was organized to show how technological innovation is transforming water management in municipalities, which often comes not just from within their organization but also through work alongside their consultants and contractors. The webinar […]

  • 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 return on investment in SuDS is important if you want to change the […]

  • 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 Patterson will talk to Shawn Huang and Felipe Hernàndez about leaks, bursts, and […]

  • 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, leaders from across the water sector explored the impact of digitisation and exactly […]

  • 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 recently, “only around 5-20% of data being collected is being utilized for decision-making […]

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    IIJA Webinar: Unlocking the Future of Water Resources in Infrastructure

    Listen in to Autodesk’s David Totman and Carolina Venegas Martinez, with their special guest Tommy Holmes from the American Water Association, as they dive into the historic IIJA funding to understand the potential and how you can be part of it.

  • Water innovations make waves at Autodesk University 2022

    This year, Autodesk University was packed with great discussions on the latest developments in and advancements made to technology built for the water industry. We’ve collected the best of these talks from AU, which you can watch at your leisure. These presentations and classes include helpful documents you can download to follow along or take […]

  • Preparing Australia’s water and wastewater networks for the 2032 Brisbane Olympics

    The Games of the Olympiad need no formal introduction. For the last 3,000 years the ancient origins of this athletic affair has held its place through to modern times as the most exhilarating get together of the world’s sporting elite. In the next few years, spectators will venture to France, Italy, and the USA and eventually […]

  • Water at Autodesk University: Day Three

    We kicked off the day with an 8 am session Info360 Operational Digital Twin for Water. It was the first live demo of the just-released Info360 Plant, and Product Manager Michael Pennell didn’t disappoint. Mike walked the attendees through the Info360 platform, reviewing trends in operational Digital Twins and how we’re moving simulation models to […]

  • Water at Autodesk University: Day Two

    Day Two at AU2022 started with three excellent talks on sustainability, concluding with Catherine Topley of Scottish Canals. It was an inspiring talk about the incredible transformation the canals of North Glasgow has undergone in the last decade. And they did it with help from Innovyze software, draining the canal using sensors and weather data […]