On May 7th, we hosted a new webinar featuring some of the latest features that integrate the worlds of Esri and Autodesk, like the Autodesk Connector for ArcGIS.
This whitepaper is an additional resource for our Autodesk University Session, CES226806 Using Point Clouds and Large Datasets in InfraWorks, on November 15, 2018.
Additional video resources for our Autodesk University Session, CES226806 Using Point Clouds and Large Datasets in InfraWorks, on November 15, 2018.
This tutorial allows users to create models in Revit, and then export those models into ArcGIS platforms, meaning that all simulated built-environments, and all their information, are completely accessible in the same environment as your existing GIS data.
This session explores the collection process and business implications for street-level reality capture and examine 2 alternatives, such as Google Street View and CycloMedia. We also discuss practical workﬂows for municipal governments using this data, including design and visualization, with a focus on water asset management and pavement surface markings, and we describe how to effectively integrate these data sources with AutoCAD Civil 3D software and InfraWorks software.
Using a specific road-design example from a large North American city, we demonstrate the use of InfraWorks software to aggregate ArcGIS Online, how to configure local GIS servers for ArcGIS Online access, and how to configure ArcGIS orthophoto and terrain services for use in InfraWorks.
Autodesk Infrastructure Map Server (AIMS) Replacement Solutions and Data Migration: A Definitive Guide
In this whitepaper, the Brockwell team reviews the options for migrating from AIMS and discusses the factors in deciding which option to choose.