Incorporate a variety of data sources into InfraWorks models
Explain and use the basic tools in InfraWorks
Use InfraWorks to support communication and design objectives
Use ReCap to prepare point cloud data for other applications
This class shows you how to use InfraWorks software to create highly realistic and accurate context models for civil infrastructure projects that support a more efficient, productive, and collaborative design workflow. The class shows how to aggregate a variety of data sources in InfraWorks such as geospatial information, LiDAR data using ReCap software, design data from AutoCAD® Civil 3D® software, and 3D models from Revit® and 3ds Max® software. Use ReCap to preprocess LiDAR data for other Autodesk applications. The class shows several real-world infrastructure projects where InfraWorks was used to support design and communication.
designers and CAD managers who are interested in taking full advantage of InfraWorks and ReCap to support their civil infrastructure projects
Kevin Gilson is the Manager of Design Visualization for Parsons Brinckerhoff, an international transportation planning, design and construction management firm. He manages 3D modeling and visualization programs for large infrastructure projects worldwide. For the last several years, Kevin has helped promote and implement new technologies such as Building Information Modeling (BIM), Virtual Design and Construction (VDC), and 3D model-based design solutions on several large infrastructure projects. Kevin has presented often on 3D modeling, visualization, and BIM/VDC processes, and has presented several courses previously at Autodesk University. Kevin spent several years as an Autodesk/Discreet Training Specialist.
Jerry Bartels is a Senior Technical Marketing Manager with Autodesk. For more than 20 years, Jerry has worked in all areas of civil engineering, surveying, and mapping, providing clients with services in CAD management, implementation, and network administration. At Autodesk, Jerry specializes in civil engineering, surveying, and mapping solutions, and currently provides pre-sales, training, and support services throughout the country.
This roundtable session looks beyond rail tracks, and outlines the workflows for running a rail project from planning through detailed design and construction sharing design data. We discuss design of civil-based structures, such as platforms and combining it all with station building design. We also discuss checking the track design from a driver's point of view for signal sight analysis.
AU Las Vegas
Infrastructure Design Suite, Building Design Suite