• flooded town

    Facing rising floodwaters with advanced hydraulic modeling

    It seems that every week, we hear increasingly worse news about flooding: Just a few days ago, Dallas recorded its highest 24-hour precipitation total in nearly 90 years. With bridges collapsing under the weight of floodwaters and the ground unable to soak up excess rainwater in Kentucky, 35 people lost their lives last month. At around the […]

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    Water Talk next week: California’s new sanitary sewer regulations

    Regulatory changes within the water industry in the US sometimes come from Washington, DC, but when California makes a regulatory move, the rest of the country sits up and notices. And they often follow California’s lead. “The 2022 proposed update to the Statewide Waste Discharge Requirements under the General Order for Sanitary Sewer Systems is […]

  • InfoWorks WS Pro

    New release: InfoWorks WS Pro 2023.1

    The newly released InfoWorks WS Pro 2023.1 provides hydraulic modelers with more accurate pump configuration and selection, cross-version compability, and enhanced water demand reporting. We have several updates that we hope will make hydraulic modeling faster and easier for you. System head curve analysis System head curves are designed to help InfoWorks WS Pro users […]

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    Words of Water Wisdom: Rainbows

    From time to time, we like to collect our favorite quotes, sayings, and statistics about water and share them with readers. Today we’re celebrating a phenomenon that can’t happen unless water is present – the rainbow. We wondered: What, exactly, are the conditions that need to be present for a rainbow to form? Besides water, […]

  • Water Talk replay: Elevate your water operations with powerful data analytics

    In our last Water Talk, Elevate Your Water Operations with Powerful Data Analytics, we talked about how you can use Info360 Insight to turn your live or uploaded data into analytics and really use it to drive your decision-making process. Want to be notified when new Water Talks are available? Sign up here to attend in person or subscribe to […]

  • info360 asset help

    Getting started with Info360 Asset: a new video playlist

    Info360 Asset is our cloud-based application that helps asset practitioners at utilities and municipalities better manage costly inspection data, use historical and current condition data to monitor and assess condition and performance of their assets, and build models of likelihood of failure (LoF) and consequence of failure (CoF) for renewal prioritization planning. We’re always adding […]

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    Why water professionals should attend Autodesk University 2022 

    Autodesk University, or “AU” as many people have come to call it after its 20+ year history, is where connection happens. Industry leaders and makers come together to exchange ideas and tackle the biggest challenges we face head on. For the first time in person, water professionals will have more opportunities than at any AU […]

  • water sensort data

    Upcoming Water Talk: You’ve hooked up your sensors. Now what?

    Live sensor data is becoming more readily available, which is excellent. But we’ve noticed that some organizations set up their sensors and start collecting data – but then they may do nothing with it. With all of this data at your disposal, why let it go to waste? In our next Water Talk on August […]

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    Watch the Water Talk: The advantages of using GIS data within your model

    Our most recent Water Talk delves into InfoWater Pro Allocator, an app within InfoWater Pro that automates junction node demand allocation. If you’ve never used it – or never heard of it – it can be a huge time saver. You can load up a GIS data set that you might already have on hand like […]

  • Webinar: Take your water distribution to the next level

    Innovyze, an Autodesk company, presented a webinar on the benefits of digital twin technology for the water industry. Watch the replay.