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Jerry Bartels

CI147335: AutoCAD Civil 3D: Tips, Tricks, and Unnatural Acts (Repeat)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Learn how to automate several tasks
  • Learn how to make more use of underutilized features
  • Learn how to use several standard functions in new ways
  • Discover several useful undocumented commands

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

This session is dedicated entirely to productivity techniques that will help improve your daily operations when working with AutoCAD Civil 3D software. These tips include automating regular tasks, using standard functions in new ways, exploring underutilized features, and even exploiting a handful of undocumented commands. We'll present the information using a real-world problem-solving context, rather than simply going feature by feature, so you can fully appreciate the "why" in addition to the "how." Come join us for this 90-minute session as we show you numerous ways to help you get the most from your AutoCAD Civil 3D investment.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Project managers, CAD managers, civil engineers, and civil drafters, anyone who would benefit from a boost in Civil 3D productivity.

Speakers

Speakers

Jerry Bartels

Jerry Bartels is a senior civil technical specialist with Autodesk, Inc. For more than 25 years, Bartels has worked in all areas of civil engineering, surveying, and mapping, providing clients with services in CAD management, implementation, and network administration. He also has more than 10 years of experience teaching Autodesk products, as well as developing curriculum. At Autodesk, Bartels specializes in civil engineering, surveying, and mapping solutions, and currently provides presales, training, and support services throughout the country. He has received several awards from Autodesk for his presentations.

Jeff Bartels

For more than 20 years Jeff Bartels has worked in the civil infrastructure industry. Before coming to Autodesk, Jeff served as the CAD manager for a civil engineering and consulting firm in Illinois. He was one of the early adopters of Civil 3D, migrating his firm to a BIM related workflow in 2008.He also served as a Technical Specialist for an Autodesk partner, providing consulting, training and implementation services to customers in the central United States region.As a member of Autodesk's Infrastructure Technical Specialist Team, Jeff provides training and support for many of Autodesk’s civil infrastructure applications. Since 2008, he has published 25+ titles on AutoCAD and Civil 3D.

Alan Gilbert

Alan Gilbert is an Autodesk Technical Specialist supporting the efforts of the AEC sales team. This coverage includes everything from small engineering firms up to large government customers such as departments of transportation.In 2009, Alan joined Autodesk from Bentley Systems where he worked for eight years. For the first six years at Bentley, he worked as a civil support engineer, performed services for the civil group (training, consulting, and implementations), and also did technical pre-sales. During the last two years, Alan managed Bentley's civil and geospatial technical support team.Prior to Bentley, Alan worked for a municipal utility company in Alabama. There he worked as a water and natural gas distribution engineer. Alan is registered as a Professional Engineer and Professional Land Surveyor in Alabama.Alan is a co-contributor on the Civil Immersion Blog http://civilimmersion.typepad.com/ where he and his colleagues provide useful tips and tricks for the infrastructure product line at Autodesk.

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Published

  • 2017
  • CI147335
  • AU Las Vegas;

Software

  • AutoCAD Civil 3D
  • AutoCAD Map 3D
  • InfraWorks

Industry

  • Civil Infrastructure

Topics

  • Geospatial
  • Transportation
  • Land Development and Urban Planning