More familiar to Civil 3D users is component based roads (similar to sub assemblies) which use components instead of style based textured surfaces. In preview so you can comment on its approach to design road models in this new
Until now this was only available for the x130 and the x330 Faro scanners, including the 5010c scanner from Z+F. Now Autodesk adds one more manufacturer to the list, and scan file conversion is no longer required for the P16 Leica's terrestrial 3D laser scanners
Being new to Autodesk, Jack has invited me to post on his blog, which I hope to be able to share with you some tips, tricks and processes from my time spent in the civil infrastructure industry.
Before I begin posting, I thought I’d share a bit about myself first…
I have recently joined Autodesk (just celebrated 1 year) as an Infrastructure Technical Specialist, and am responsible for adoption of Autodesk's Infrastructure Solutions across Australia and New Zealand, with a particular focus on the civil design component.
Prior to joining Autodesk I have spent over 20 years in the civil infrastructure industry as a geometric road designer, having worked for some of the country’s largest consultants working on some of Australia's biggest road projects – from the earliest conceptual planning stages through to the detailed design and beyond.
Having used Autodesk products for over 20 years now (starting with AutoCAD R11), I enjoy diving deep into AutoCAD Civil 3D to develop and automate processes as much as possible through the likes of scripts, AutoLISP and the the .net API.
Just in time for the latest update to InfraWorks 360 we're launching a new webcast series that starts on Wednesday, April 22nd at 12:00 PM EDT. The goal of the series is to give InfraWorks 360 users a chance to hear from the InfraWorks 360 Product Team and get an inside look at what's going on with the software.