You have been detected as being from . Where applicable, you can see country-specific product information, offers, and pricing.
(includes all Subscriptions)
Keyboard ALT + g to toggle grid overlay
InfraWorks® 360 2016 civil infrastructure design software now offers point cloud enhancements, a screencast recorder, model storage enhancements, and data exchange capabilities for more precise modeling.
Assign different units and precision settings.
Build roads with curbs, lanes, and shoulders.
Slopes and materials for each side of the road.
Calculate and apply superelevation to road designs.
Recognizes and responds to the complex geometry.
Draw and stylize rights-of-way, parcels, and easements in your model
Edit bridge decks and girders independently of other bridge components.
Store models on shared network drive. (video: 52 sec.)
Work in conceptual, engineering, or custom view.
Presentation technique for demonstrations, help and training. (video: 45 sec.)
View projects in context of existing conditions.
Build data into your model terrain.
Recognize features and convert them to components.
Build models from data-rich global content sources. (video: 1:00 min.)
Import and manage point clouds more easily.
Display contour lines for Area of Interest features.
Inspect superelevation through critical stations.
View cut and fill volumes for component roads.
Perform a detailed analysis in the cloud.
Model flooding with Hydronia Riverflow 2D.
Import preliminary designs into Civil 3D. (video: 26 sec.)
Import Civil 3D complex horizontal and vertical geometry. (video: 45 sec.)
It’s easy to get started. Download a free 30-day trial and try it out. Purchase options include flexible subscription terms to fit your needs.
Get InfraWorks 360 with a broad set of tools to deliver more scalable, sustainable, and resilient civil infrastructure.
Autodesk is a leader in 3D design, engineering and entertainment software.
Privacy/Cookies | About our Ads | Legal Notices & Trademarks | Report Noncompliance | Site map | © 2017 Autodesk Inc. All rights reserved