Tag: InfoWorks ICM

  • 3 fresh Water Drop workflow videos: pipe-sizing automation, fireflow analysis, and new cloud capabilities

    Happy Spring, everyone. You know what they say: April showers bring May Water Drops! It’s certainly true where I live in Denver, Colorado. Earlier this month, we had 1/3 of our annual rainfall occur in just 72 hours. Streets, roads, and (unfortunately) my basement were flooded. It was a prescient reminder of why hydraulic modelers […]

  • Is it time for you to make the switch from InfoSWMM to InfoWorks ICM?

    If you’re a long-time InfoSWMM user, have you considered making the switch to InfoWorks ICM? InfoWorks ICM is Autodesk’s flagship product for sewer, storm, and flood analysis. It contains all the tools you need today to undertake basic capacity analysis – and the ability to tackle more complex analyses tomorrow. Now is a good time to […]

  • Ready to get started with our cloud capabilities? Here’s what our customers ask us before diving in.

    Are you curious about the recent release of cloud capabilities for InfoWorks ICM and InfoWorks WS Pro? Our subscription offerings now include advanced features like cloud-distributed simulations, cloud-based storage for single and multi-user databases, and streamlined project database management. But with all these exciting new capabilities, you may have questions about the access to the […]

  • Powerful cloud capabilities now included with InfoWorks ICM and InfoWorks WS Pro subscriptions

    It’s global launch time at Autodesk! This means the 2024 versions of our core water solutions are now available to our customers. This year, we have a monumental release for water distribution, wastewater, stormwater, and flood modelers alike. We’re thrilled to announce that our subscription offerings of InfoWorks ICM and InfoWorks WS Pro now come […]

  • Water Talks in droplet form: The answers you need in the time that you have

    Your challenges are our challenges. While this statement may sound cliché, I think it rang true for the thousands of viewers of our Water Talks webinar series over the past three years. Since April 2020, we’ve reached 30,000 registrants, hosted 14,000 live attendees, and answered over 2,600 questions! We’ve heard from the best and brightest […]

  • What XPSWMM users who made the switch to InfoWorks ICM no longer need to worry about

    First released for Windows in 1997, XPSWMM aided stormwater and flood professionals to take on the water challenges of the time. Now, 20 years on, the water industry demands modeling solutions that efficiently handle large data sets, that help them crack complex flow conditions across multiple catchments, and that can manage different climate change scenarios […]

  • Protecting Florence’s past from the future

    What do Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Machiavelli, Raphael, Galileo, Brunelleschi, and Botticelli all have in common? They all, at one point, lived in Florence, Italy. Home to the powerful and beneficent Medici family, this Renaissance city located beside Tuscany’s longest river, the Arno, has long been a wellspring of art and culture. But it’s also […]

  • RAFTS in InfoWorks ICM Learning Series

    XPRAFTS has served the Australian stormwater industry well for over 45 years, and part of its usefulness is that it includes methods recommended by the Australian National Guidelines (most recently revised as ARR2019). Originally developed in the mid-1970s, Rafts as a program was around on MS-DOS in the 1980s. XPRAFTS was rewritten for Windows beginning […]

  • Watch the Water Talk: Troubleshooting tips to avoid disastrous SSF results

    The latest Water Talk video is now available on our YouTube channel. Subscribe and hit the notification bell to be alerted as soon as each Water Talk has been uploaded. For this one, Systems Engineer Ryan Brown and Solutions Engineer Tim Medearis showed you common mistakes people make when creating SSF models. They went through lots of workflows […]

  • Upcoming Water Talk: avoiding disastrous SSF results

    New users to InfoWorks ICM should feel comfortable navigating, creating, and running collection system models. But what happens if you get stuck? Join us next week on February 14 (Valentine’s Day!) for our next Water Talk, Troubleshooting Tips to Avoid Disastrous Storm, Sewer, and Flood Modeling Results. We’ll talk about the worst kind of disaster […]