Autodesk officially announced this week the release of the Autodesk 2020 AEC Collection products including Autodesk Civil 3D 2020, Infraworks 2020, Revit 2020, Navisworks 2020, Vehicle Tracking 2020, Recap Pro 2020, etc. This is notably the first truly simultaneous release of all the Autodesk civil and related products.
If you are an Autodesk subscription customer, your…Read more
Autodesk continues the usual round of hot summer Update releases for the 2019 products. If you are counting, there have been three updates released since mid-July in the Autodesk Infrastructure space. First, they released the Infraworks 2019.1 Update. You can see all or particular parts of the official rollout webinar here.…Read more
For reasons that remain even a mystery even to me, this month has been a collection of large-scale project questions and answers. Everyone who called seemed to have a larger and more complex project in the works. They were all head down in the practical details of large SurveyDb projects or big lidar point cloud data sets coupled in their projects with lots of connected models delivered in various…Read more
Too often our AutoCAD tool user perspective tends to get in the way of productive work. Let’s put the issue in frank terms. People think we use AutoCAD to draw pictures. Well, don’t we? But AutoCAD employs data to create pictures. This is something entirely different. Civil 3D employs an even more structured form of data than raw AutoCAD. I like to call this…
The Civil 3D Data Behind
Officially AutoCAD Civil 3D 2019 became Autodesk Civil 3D 2019 on its release day earlier this week. You might ask if the new Civil 3D 2019 is actually a Civil 3D 2018 Update? There is pretty much one Civil 3D for both 2018 and 2019 at this point. Hence I couldn’t resist the tongue and cheeky post title. If you’re looking for new Civil 3D specific software features in 2019, you…Read more