InfraWorks 360 software has tremendous potential for planners and architects. In this era of big open data and the integration of the Internet of Things with the built environment, municipal governments must find new ways to use this growing wealth of information to improve civic engagement, promote economic development and entrepreneurship, and make data-driven decisions. From this perspective, InfraWorks 360 software can not only create a unified platform for all of this data, but also visualize it in 3D, combining all your Revit (RVT) files into a single model, rendering in real time, and running various analyses. This class will use real-world examples to look at all of the features around district planning, transportation infrastructure projects, and airports. We will also walk through how to create and test the impact of various design scenarios and then share those with project stakeholders. Note that we will not be doing any roadway or bridge design in this session. This session features InfraWorks 360 and 3ds Max. AIA Approved
- Learn how to use InfraWorks 360 to quickly create overall campus maps and plans with existing and free data
- Learn how to use InfraWorks 360 for visualizations and communication of design scenarios with owners and project stakeholders
- Learn how to connect a variety of data sources for visualization and analysis
- Learn how to run analysis across various types of model and data content
Gunnar Hand is a city and regional planner, and he is a passionate all-around community organizer. He has cultivated his knowledge and interest in the built environment into action and positive change. From starting his own property reinvestment business and launching several transit advocacy nonprofits, to promoting neighborhood improvements and public education on various appointed and elected boards, Gunnar is a problem solver. He is perpetually engaged in the community, partnership building, and the work needed to progress the many places he lives and works. Gunnar is always expanding his knowledge and understanding of civic systems in order to find new ways to make them better. As an urban designer, he seeks to create functional, integrated, and equitable communities that can foster a higher quality of life for all people. Hand seeks to facilitate, create, and design places that have a regenerative impact on society and the world.
As a principal business consultant with the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) Team with Autodesk Consulting, Eddy Krygiel focuses on Building Information Modeling (BIM) and technology workflows for AEC clients. He has almost 20 years of experience in architectural offices and on a range of projects from single-family residential to office, federal, civic, and aviation clients. Krygiel has helped firms around the country at a firm level and project level. His most recent project is the Mexico City International Airport, where he manages the BIM office for the new $9 billion greenfield airport. He has led or been involved in other large-scale projects which have taken BIM beyond documentation, including Denver International Airport, Chicago Transit Authority’s Wilson Station, General Services Administration’s National Nuclear Security Administration campus, and San Francisco 49ers’ Levi’s Stadium. Krygiel is the author of over 17 books on BIM and sustainability, including the Mastering Revit series and Green BIM.