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Fernando Oliveira

CV5765-P: From InfraWorks to AutoCAD Civil 3D for Rail Projects

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Learn how to use InfraWorks software for conceptual design
  • Learn how to create Revit software content to use in InfraWorks software
  • Learn how to export InfraWorks software data to AutoCAD Civil 3D software
  • Learn how to use this data to create an advanced model in Revit software

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

This class will show you how to use InfraWorks software for conceptual design of rail projects and development of proposals and scenarios. You will learn how to use Revit software content in InfraWorks software to create and detail projects and create better presentations; export information to AutoCAD Civil 3D software to analyze and create advanced documentation; and create an advanced model in Revit software, with terrain, infrastructures, rail lines, bridges, roads.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Engineer's, project managers

Speakers

Speakers

Fernando Oliveira

Since 1999 Fernando Oliveira has been involved in sales and consulting, and he has trained users in Autodesk, Inc., software for the architecture, engineering, and construction market and Building Information Modeling (BIM) technology. He is a premium support specialist in Autodesk WWSS-GS-Premium support, working with enterprise priority customers worldwide. Fernando is Autodesk Presales Certified in AutoCAD Architecture 2008/2010 software, AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite 2008/2014 software, Revit Structure 2008/2014 software, and AutoCAD Revit MEP Suite 2009/2014 software. Fernando is also a Revit 2013 Certified Professional. In addition, he is moderator of the www.revitpt.com Portuguese language forum, international moderator in Autodesk User Group International (AUGI) at www.AUGI.com, and editor of http://Revit-pt.blogspot.com/.

Lucy Kuhns

Lucy Kuhns has experience that spans the practices of engineering, architecture, and construction. She began as a mechanical engineer designing and testing helicopters for Hughes Aircraft Company; off-road vehicles for Honda Motor Company, Ltd.; and bi-modal rail equipment for a small startup company. After an off-road vehicle test crash in the California desert, she began exploring and studying civil engineering and architecture. She later moved to New Mexico where she joined a civil engineering/surveying firm and led the company through the early and often painful process of implementing advanced technologies. She states, 'We worked smarter with fewer people and spent a fortune on new technology, and we competed with the big guys—and often won!' It was a natural progression for her to move into software applications engineering, training, and support in early 2001. She now works with the Autodesk, Inc., team of product support specialists offering Enterprise Support Solutions for the infrastructure industry.

Nathan Moore

Nate is a Premium Support Spatial for Autodesk. His focus is the geospatial products, and his background is in GIS and remote sensing, with government, NGO, and software support/QA experience. From aerial photography in Borneo and Congo to GIS analysis and more, he's well versed in all apsects of GIS. His educational background includes a B.A. in Geography and a master's degree in GIS. Formerly based out of the Manchester, NH office, he now works in Neuchatel, Switzerland.

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Published

  • 2014
  • CV5765-P
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • InfraWorks, AutoCAD Civil 3D

Industry

  • Civil Engineering and Natural Resources

Topics

  • Civil Infrastructure Design