Adoption is growing for AutoCAD Utility Design software. Yet many small and mid-size utilities—as well as engineering organizations that provide services to utilities—view deployment as a daunting challenge. This session will break down the core requirements for an AutoCAD Utility Design implementation and walk through a practical process to identify the requirements, plan a phased implementation, develop a test plan, and document use cases and job aids so designers can make practical use of the software.
- Discover the essential elements to document AutoCAD Utility Design implementation requirements
- Learn about the required and optional elements of an AutoCAD Utility Design configuration
- Discover a practical phased-implementation approach for AutoCAD Utility Design
- Discover the benefits of AutoCAD Utility Design for small and mid-size utilities
Dan has spent over 25 years doing CAD, GIS, and engineering work including advanced modeling, solution analysis and software mplementation. He has also done software product management and marketing, and has lead a variety of product and solution teams at several enterprise software companies. For the past 6 years as Principal Consultant at DL Consulting, Dan has been providing customized consulting, training, and implementation services to organizations using a variety of Autodesk® products including AutoCAD® Utility Design, Vault, AutoCAD®, and AutoCAD® Map 3D.