Learn how Autodesk® Infrastructure Modeler (AIM) software can enhance your transportation workflows during the design execution phase. In Part 1 of this series, we focused on the classic ability of Autodesk Infrastructure Modeler in the conceptual design space, but what about later in the design? This class will show how a well-established AutoCAD® Civil 3D software model can be fed into Autodesk Infrastructure Modeler to communicate the design visually. In addition, we will discuss interoperability options between Autodesk Infrastructure Modeler and other products within Autodesk Infrastructure Design Suite, such as Autodesk® 3ds Max® Design software. This class will benefit Infrastructure Design Suite users who are interested in getting the most from their suite investment as well as standalone Civil 3D and Autodesk Infrastructure Modeler users who want to know more about how these products can interact.
- Share data between Civil 3D and Autodesk Infrastructure Modeler
- Create fast visualizations to communicate the preliminary design produced in Autodesk Infrastructure Modeler
- Explain the value of Infrastructure Design Suite Ultimate for transportation projects
- Begin using Autodesk Infrastructure Modeler for conceptual design and planning
Wes is a leading expert in the transportation industry with over twelve years of experience. Working his way through the business he made his start in road construction, progressing to construction surveying, followed by roadway design, and is now a key player in the transportation software arena. While working in the industry full time, he has earned a Computer Science degree. This education coupled with his experience gives him a unique perspective on all things transportation. Throughout his career, Wes has been dedicated to the task of optimization; whether it is a process, strategy, or software. This desire to optimize and attention to detail has helped to make him the leader he is today in the transportation community.
Alan Gilbert is an Autodesk Technical Specialist supporting the efforts of the transportation sales team. This focus includes departments of transportation within the U.S. and Canada, airport authorities, and all other companies and agencies within the transportation sector. 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 there, 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 Land Surveyor Intern in Alabama.