This extremely dynamic, feature-filled class will help you to evaluate in context, analyze, and communicate your highly detailed land development site projects using InfraWorks and Civil 3D. We will use real-world projects with InfraWorks 360 and Civil 3D models at the 30%, 60%, 90%, and 100% design stages for quality design checks and public involvement reviews. More specifically, we will bring these sites to life with buildings, ponds, ADA access, accurate parking stripes, and pavement markings. Next, we'll demonstrate how to add more depth by randomizing the vehicles and vegetation with Java script that you can tailor to your own requirements. We'll also uncover the secrets of when to use IMX, DAE, SDF, and others file formats to greatly increase your productivity and improve file management. Lastly, we'll place everything on a storyboard to produce a striking client video. This class will be packed full of information, so hold on to your site. Hope to see you there.
- How to get the best materials off the internet
- How to efficently put togther the best possible video
- Know which file formats are well suited for different situations
- Have a basic but powerful understanding of Java Script and Filtering
David is the Firm Wide CAD Coordinator for Kimley-Horn. He has been in the engineering community for more than 25 years. He worked in the Autodesk Reseller channel for over eight years. Prior to that, he worked for number of large firms, has been published by CADalyst and AWWA, and was a popular presenter in many venues, including AU 2005 with his class "Amazing Grade How Sweet the Ground", "Civil 3D Grading: It's not a Slippery Slope" at AU 2006, and 2007/2008 Caffeinated Grading. As a presenter, David's energetic attitude and enthusiasm make him easy to understand and relate to.
Daniel is the Director of Product Development for the Civil Infrastructure Product Line at Autodesk, Inc. In this role, he is responsible for product development of the InfraWorks 360 design capability and Autodesk® Civil 3D. Daniel joined Autodesk in 1998 and has held various roles in product development during his tenure at Autodesk. Daniel has presented at Autodesk University many times and enjoys sharing his product insights with the user community.