The world is changing and becoming more collaborative, and the lines between fields are constantly blurring. Design, business, and engineering in industry do not happen in a vacuum independent of each other. So why would we approach education in these fields as if they do? How do you introduce innovative software features and technologies into a product development process without stifling creativity and innovation? How can we maximize the power of AI and feature-rich software such as Fusion 360 software to help solve problems in design? We explore these questions and more in the San Jose State University classrooms, as we experiment in the SJSU/Autodesk Kreative Kitchen. The Kreative Kitchen is an innovative, multidisciplinary, educational pilot model dedicated to exploring how we can maximize the benefits of diverse fields in a collaborative academic environment that mimics industry.
This session will demonstrate how to easily and quickly incorporate high-resolution, frequently updated geospatial content into your engineering planning and design workflows – avoiding the need for costly bespoke flyovers or time-consuming trips to the field. In this session, we will show you how to integrate Nearmap vertical orthographic imagery, 3D terrain data, and AI-derived planimetric linework into Civil 3D and InfraWorks. Learn how to conduct fast and easy design workflows in Infraworks utilizing the full Nearmap geospatial content stack as well as how to generate high-quality contours for your engineering basemap.