Learn how Autodesk Vehicle Tracking can be used in the preliminary design phase of an airport project. Create and then model the movements of both aircraft and ground support vehicles including push-back manoeuvers. But why stop there? It can also be used to model the movements of vehicles inside airport buildings and help to optimize the design and increase safety. Additional transport links can also be designed by using the "Light Rail" module and traffic flow can be improved improved by using the "Roundabout Design" module.
Mark is a Technical Marketing Manager for civil infrastructure products at Autodesk and currently based in the UK. He started his career in the nuclear industry working with radiation safety and environmental plant management on both operational and decommissioning nuclear power plants for 6 years. He moved to join Savoy Computing 4 years ago where he and was a technical specialist in supporting the development, testing, training, sales and marketing of the AutoTrack swept path analysis software. Since joining Autodesk 1 year ago Mark has been expanding his knowledge of civil infrastructure products. Mark holds a BSc in Theoretical Physics from the University of Exeter, England.
Vehicle Tracking software is a comprehensive Transportation Analysis and Design Solution for vehicle swept path analysis. The software enables engineers, designers, and planners at government agencies and engineering consulting firms to predictably evaluate vehicle movements on transportation or site design projects. This hands-on lab will teach attendees how to utilize Vehicle Tracking software's swept-path tools and use them within a 3D environment in AutoCAD Civil 3D software.