As a part of the Infrastructure Design Suite PowerTrack, this class will highlight the potential uses of Autodesk® Infrastructure Modeler software as a central tool for use in a multidisciplinary project environment. Participants will build a realistic view of an existing site by using contextual, geospatial data and will then add information at various levels of detail to represent stages in the design process. This will range from conceptual sketches through to civil surfaces and architectural models. Once built, the model will be adapted to act as a central environment for visualizing the as-built site by referencing additional data sources, such as asset registers, as well as linking out to individual design tools and collaboration environments.
- Link from objects in the central model out to other information sources, applications, and collaboration tools
- Add conceptual designs to a model and share the results with users of AutoCAD Civil 3D
- Use Autodesk Infrastructure Modeler to build a model representing existing conditions
- Aggregate design data from Autodesk® Revit software and AutoCAD® Civil 3D® software into a single project environment