Civil Engineering, Natural Resources, and Infrastructure
This track focuses on using Autodesk® products to plan, design, and construct transportation, water, and land projects. It includes a cross section of classes that cover product information, workflows, and case studies from users and industry experts who use Autodesk products in practice.
This track covers topics that are related to the use of Autodesk Plant Solutions, including AutoCAD® P&ID, AutoCAD® Plant 3D software and Autodesk® Plant Design Suite in the design, construction, operations and maintenance of process plants.
Learn about the use of Autodesk suites and solutions in the oil and gas industry, ranging from upstream exploration and production to downstream refineries.
Classes include best practices on using Autodesk® Infrastructure Design Suite for storm and sanitary analysis, pressure pipes, drainage, and river analysis.
Learn about sustainable practices, surveying, and visualization for land projects. Classes also include tips and tricks for grading and for using raster imagery.
The focus of these classes is the use of Autodesk Infrastructure Design Suite for workflows that help realize the benefits of Building Information Modeling (BIM) for infrastructure. Topics include implementing BIM in road and highway projects, virtual design and construction, and design validation and visualization.
This select list of classes showcases the use of the Autodesk® 360 cloud services platform and Autodesk® BIM 360™ cloud-based capabilities as they pertain to infrastructure and oil and gas projects.
Learn about the exciting capabilities of Autodesk® Infrastructure Modeler as well as complementary products and solutions for conceptual design and early preliminary design and analysis of infrastructure projects.
This PowerTrack will lead you through an infrastructure project from planning to design and right through construction. Learn about tools such as Autodesk® Infrastructure Modeler, AutoCAD® Map 3D, AutoCAD® Civil 3D®, Autodesk® 3ds Max® Design, Autodesk® Navisworks®, and Autodesk® Revit® Structure software to bring Building Information Modeling (BIM) for infrastructure to life on a road project.
Join us for a unique cloud-computing experience in the Autodesk 360 Lounge. Get your hands on the Autodesk® 360 cloud-based platform and see for yourself how the power of the cloud will help you dramatically improve the way you design, visualize, simulate, and share your work with others anytime, anywhere.
This year, the Creative Studio & Education Lounge teams are joining forces to spark the curiosity and creativity in AU attendees of all ages. Modeled after a maker space, the lounge provides you with hands-on time with cool free software and digital fabrication tools, plus learn how you can make a difference in helping shape the next generation of architects, designers, and engineers.
Advance your designs even further when you visit THEbar at AU 2012. Do you need product support or have a technical question? Our experts will be on hand throughout the week to help.
Autodesk University 2012 #DigthisAU
Dana will be making her rounds through various venues at AU. Find Dana and get a fun #DigThisAU giveaway (while supplies last)!
And while you’re at it, ask Dana about other ways that you can Learn about Autodesk® Infrastructure Modeler, Civil Infrastructure, and BIM for Infrastructure.
From Monday, November 26, through Thursday, November 29, we’ll be tweeting Dana’s whereabouts via the @AutoCADCivil3D Twitter handle at various points during the day.
Are you digging your Civil Engineering, Natural Resources and Infrastructure AU experience? Join the #DigThisAU Twitter conversation and tweet us about it.
Dana Probert is technical marketing manager for Civil Infrastructure at Autodesk. As part of the Infrastructure Marketing team, Dana works to understand the needs of the industry and build compelling, relevant stories to help customers understand how BIM will transform their business. Before joining Autodesk four years ago, Dana worked for private consulting firms in the US and Canada on a variety of civil infrastructure projects.