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Vehicle swept path analysis software

Vehicle Tracking transportation analysis and design software is built for vehicle swept path analysis. Engineers, designers, and planners can evaluate vehicle movements on transportation or site design projects. Requires AutoCAD, AutoCAD Architecture, AutoCAD Civil 3D, or Bentley MicroStation. 

Vehicle Tracking features and functionality

  • Extend the AutoCAD platform

    The design and simulation tools in Vehicle Tracking integrate with AutoCAD and Microstation environments.

  • Planning and design tools

    Use swept path analysis to speed planning and design processes.

  • Evaluate options quickly

    Explore alternative roundabout design options and evaluate safety and standards compliance.

  • Vehicle swept path analysis

    Animate vehicle paths directly within the CAD environment. Create 2D or 3D animations, using multiple camera angles and even a Record function.

  • Parking lot design

    Lay out vehicle parking areas in minutes instead of hours. Quickly place rows, custom bays, and access roads. Use grips to easily edit design alternatives.

  • Roundabout design

    The Road Design tool uses intelligent objects to help engineers create and edit roundabout geometry to a variety of international design standards.

  • Airport design

    Analyze all aspects of airside vehicle operations by checking taxiing, stand clearances, pushback maneuvers, jet blast safety zones, ground service vehicle access, and more.

  • Light rail and tram design

    Assess the movements of trams and other light rail vehicles. Model the path of most single or double multi-axle bogies, as well as suspended units.