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What is Autodesk InfoWater Pro?

Engineers use Autodesk InfoWater Pro® software to model water distribution systems in an easy-to-use GIS interface.

  • Leverage spatial analysis tools available in ArcGIS Pro to help with model building and management.
  • Analyze and understand criticality in your system, including pressure transient events.
  • Present results clearly and share them in ArcGIS Online.

What you can do with InfoWater Pro

Autodesk InfoWater Pro model view within ArcGIS Pro interface

Seamless GIS data migration to InfoWater Pro

Make the most of your hard-earned GIS data to efficiently build and update your water distribution models, with a 1:1 relationship between InfoWater Pro models and ArcGIS Pro.

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Customer layer data used for notification

Take advantage of non-native modeling data

Use a customer layer to find out who will be affected by an incident and improve model calibration with more accurate demand allocation using meter data.

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Fire flow results review within ArcGIS Online

Share modeling information easily

The close integration of InfoWater Pro with ArcGIS Online and new Web Services makes it easy to share data within and outside your organization.

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Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

What is Autodesk InfoWater Pro used for?

Autodesk InfoWater Pro is a hydraulic modeling application built in ArcGIS Pro that allows users to simulate countless scenarios and perform a wide range of analyses, including fire flow, valve criticality, pipe break, water quality, system curves, and energy usage.

Who uses Autodesk InfoWater Pro?

Autodesk InfoWater Pro is used by water engineers from water utilities and engineering firms, to plan, design, and operate water systems.

What is the difference between Autodesk InfoWater Pro and Autodesk InfoWorks WS Pro?

Autodesk InfoWater Pro is typically used by GIS practitioners looking to answer hydraulic questions. They can easily model water networks from within the familiar ArcGIS Pro and take advantage of spatial analysis and visualization tools.

Autodesk InfoWorks WS Pro is used by engineering teams who don’t require ArcGIS, especially if multiple modelers are in the engineering team. It also provides advanced modelers with the ability to explore scripting to automate model maintenance and the import of data from different sources.

Key features of Autodesk InfoWater Pro

Discover key functionalities of Autodesk InfoWater Pro that help hydraulic modelers effectively plan, design, and operate water distribution systems.

Autodesk InfoWater Pro overview within ArcGIS Pro, showing Feature Layer and Report Manager

Model within ArcGIS Pro

Use geospatial tools to efficiently build and edit models, present results, and generate maps

Model-telemetry connection

Be more confident in your model by connecting external telemetry data for continuous verification

What-if scenarios

Create, analyze, and compare what-if scenarios to understand the impact of model modifications

Pressure zone schematic

Quickly view the entire model in a schematic view and get a performance summary of each zone

Pressure-dependent demand

Water models can provide more realistic results during outage simulations

Fire flow analysis

Easily confirm fire flow capacity by evaluating and improving the readiness of the water supply to fight fires

Fix water quality issues

Analyze the movement and concentration of a single constituent or multiple interacting chemical species

Track old water

Model water age to control odors and find the percentage of water originating from a specified location

Valve criticality

Prioritize expenditure for maintaining the serviceability of key assets by ranking critical valves

Unidirectional flushing (UDF)

Understand the hydraulics when flushing the system, to locate pipes to be flushed and valves to be closed

Better network visualization

3D visualization allows for new ways to view model data and understand results

Transient analysis

Simulate surge events and test the effectiveness of hammer protection devices