• 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 […]


  • Water at Autodesk University: Day One

    Autodesk University got off to a rousing start yesterday, with CEO Andrew Anagnost strolling on stage to the fanfare of a New Orleans brass band. This is the first time in three years AU has been held, owing to the pandemic, and the first time the event has been held in the Big Easy. Andrew […]


  • How to utilize limited resources to address water loss during a drought 

    During drought, water loss becomes even more important for utilities and consultancies to track and mitigate the impact. Learn how.


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    Autodesk Info360 Plant: cloud-based operational intelligence for water and wastewater treatment plants

    At Autodesk, we think a lot about how to make things easier for the people who work hard to deliver safe drinking water and return clean wastewater to the environment every day. We’re excited to announce that we have a brand-new way for water and wastewater treatment facilities to operate efficiently and effectively. Introducing Info360 […]


  • Watch the Water Talk: a culture of continuous improvement with Digital Twins

    Our latest Water Talk, Create Impactful Change within Your Organization by Implementing Digital Twin Technology, is done and gone. But that doesn’t mean it’s inaccessible. We put every Water Talk on our YouTube channel – and right here on the One Water blog. This time around, we talked about Digital Twins. Are there defined standards for […]


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    Building Europe’s first smart canal with Autodesk software

    We’re extremely excited to announce the launch of a new film about Europe’s First Smart Canal: The power of Digital Twin technologies Produced for Autodesk by BBC StoryWorks Commercial Productions, the film follows Scottish Canals Head of Engineering Peter Robinson as he paddleboards along the Glasgow canals, talking about the challenges their long-neglected canal routes […]


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    Upcoming Water Talk: how Digital Twins foster a culture of continuous improvement

    You’ve heard the phrase. You understand the basic benefits. But how do you actually start using Digital Twin technology? Join us on September 20 for the next Water Talk, Create Impactful Change within Your Organization by Implementing Digital Twin Technology. We’ll show you how using digital twin software is not only a representation of a […]


  • Drop-by-drop: a thorough approach to mitigating leaks, conserving water, and reducing costs

    In regions with aging and decaying infrastructure, water utilities around the world have been dealing with reducing non-revenue water for decades, particularly the water leakage part. Because leaks continue to occur and grow, finding and reducing leakage is continuous work. Underground leaks can generate high costs for a water utility: treated water is lost, including […]


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    Watch the Water Talk: Surge analysis in hydraulic modeling

    In our most recent Water Talk, Crystal Broadbent of Hazen & Sawyer shares three unique customer stories to demonstrate the application of InfoSurge with InfoWater Pro. InfoSurge uses transient analysis and modelling to predict how your water distribution network will react to pressure surges or reductions, and to evaluate surge control devices. The Joukousky Expression […]