Autodesk University
BIM for Rail Projects
Roundtable    CI1741-R
Jack Strongitharm
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Description

This roundtable session looks beyond rail tracks, and outlines the workflows for running a rail project from planning through detailed design and construction sharing design data. We discuss design of civil-based structures, such as platforms and combining it all with station building design. We also discuss checking the track design from a driver's point of view for signal sight analysis.

Key Learnings

  • Explain the impact of visualization on rail proposals
  • Use workflows for sharing design data
  • Design civil structures
  • Analyze signals over time

Speakers

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As the Autodesk Civil Industry Manager. I am responsible for the future direction in this industry segment and developing workflows with our technology. Before joining Autodesk, Jack worked as a design engineer for a number of consultants and local authorities where his work spanned designing landscaped surfaces to major road design schemes working with AutoCAD and other civil engineering design products. I also publish to a blog site (www.autodesk.com/fromthegroundup) and also Civil YouTube channel (www.youtube.com/civilfromthegroundup).
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