infrastructure design

December 18, 2017
[On Demand] 5 Must-See Infrastructure Classes from Autodesk University 2017 premium
Did you make it to Autodesk University (AU) this year? There was a great deal of buzz about infrastructure and the ways in which, in the words of Autodesk’s Theo Agelopoulos, “we can develop more sustainable and resilient infrastructure yet optimize their operations and longevity”. But there were also some great breakout sessions on all […]
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October 26, 2017
Are You Ready for Infrastructure Reimagined? premium
Did you love “BIM on the Rocks”, Autodesk’s blog dedicated to all things infrastructure design/build/management? Alas, as of August 31st, it’s no more. Before you grab your Kleenex, take a look at the new kid on the blog – Infrastructure Reimagined. Infrastructure Reimagined takes over from where BIM on the Rocks blog left off. Launched […]
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Government Writer
October 5, 2017
Hurricane-Ready: How States can Better Model Flooding Risk and Improve Mass Evacuations premium
Hurricane season is far from over, but with four major hurricanes – Category 3 or greater – already causing untold damage in Texas, Florida, and Puerto Rico, 2017 has already proved to be a brutal one. The steady stream of unrelenting devastation has impacted millions of Americans who face the choice of rebuilding or moving […]
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Autodesk Tech Writer
September 21, 2017
What is a Smart City Anyway? premium
When you think about smart cities what springs to mind? Perhaps it’s a city app that lets you know the location of available parking spots or a transit company that can automatically re-route buses away from congested areas based on a network of fleet- or city-wide sensors. In reality, the definition of a smart city […]
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July 12, 2017
[Now On-Demand] How to Handle Each Phase of a Challenging Roadway Project premium
As BIM gains ground in transportation infrastructure, with 52% of contractors now deploying it in their projects, BIM is fast becoming a “must-have” – reducing risk and waste, and enabling a more responsible way to design, build, operate and maintain roads, bridges, and more. But how does that translate to the nuts and bolts of […]
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Autodesk Tech Writer
April 11, 2017
[Webinar Series] Handling the Phases of a Challenging Roadway Project – Soup to Nuts! premium
City and county infrastructure designers and civil engineers won’t want to miss this unique webinar series taking place every Tuesday through May 2017. Join a host of familiar Autodesk faces as they walkthrough the phases of a challenging roadway project. From gathering data about the existing situation, producing a project concept, moving that concept to […]
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Autodesk Tech Writer
January 30, 2017
As the Waters Rise, Flood Simulation Tools Can Help premium
As global temperatures rise, extreme downpours can result in flash floods that put a catastrophic strain on U.S. infrastructure. In fact, a new study from Nature Climate Change and reported by The Guardian, suggests that by the century’s end, storms that now occur once a season (like the Louisiana flood of 2016) could happen five […]
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Government Writer
November 10, 2016
Infrastructure Events at Autodesk University 2016 premium
This year’s Autodesk University (November 15-17) promises to be quite a different experience for infrastructure folks. While you can expect plenty of technical tracks and great training content, Autodesk is also focused on sharing ideas and concepts in action. “We challenged ourselves to ‘make it real’ and we have done just that,” writes Teresa Elliott […]
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Government Writer
September 2, 2015
Latest Release of Autodesk InfraWorks 360 Adds Traffic Simulation + More premium
Today, Autodesk announced its mid-year update to InfraWorks 360 its flagship preliminary engineering and design software. What’s new? Well, the latest update  brings a more integrated approach between design and analysis. According to Autodesk’s In the Fold blog, “Roadway design can be a highly iterative process with designers having to balance multiple factors – the demands of geographic […]
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April 30, 2015
4 Trends that are Transforming Utility Infrastructure Design premium
How are BIM, cloud, big data and data management technologies changing the way our utilities infrastructure is designed and managed? Here are four fast facts: 1) BIM Sure, BIM has made it easier to share 3D intelligent models of infrastructure design projects, but BIM is more than a 3D model. It’s and entire process for creating […]
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