InfraWorks is a civil infrastructure conceptual design software that helps civil infrastructure professionals model, analyze, and visualize design concepts within a real-world context of the built and natural environment – helping improve decision making and project outcomes.
Please note that each user will be required to sign in using their own Autodesk ID in order to access InfraWorks. Educational licenses are not supported for InfraWorks (2020.1) or more recent release versions at this time. Currently, only InfraWorks (2020.0) or older release versions support educational licenses. If you need to deploy InfraWorks to a lab or to multiple computers, please sign in to the Autodesk Education Community with an individual (student or educator) account in order to access and download the software. Then, choose the 'Create Deployment' option shown during the installation process. Further information on lab installations for InfraWorks can be found here.
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