What is Infrastructure? Better question - What is Operations Engineering? If our firm works in Civil 3D Land for any significant amount of time, the odds are a good portion of the firm income is generated in the Operations Engineering space. If we work in the governmental or agency side of things, we call this Public Works.
The Autodesk 2023 product releases late last week featured the release of the new Autodesk Innovyze InfoWorks Products. The Autodesk and Innovyze merger from last year has born Autodesk 2023 product fruit.
Many organizations in Civil 3D Land are in the business of Operations Engineering (Storm, Sanitary, and Water Systems) so the new products should be welcome…Read more
What exactly does an Alignment do in Autodesk Civil 3D? That’s a loaded question. That may be the most mission critical question we can ask about the Alignment in Civil 3D. The familiar word – Alignment – is more sophisticated and nuanced in meaning these days. We certainly need to align our thinking with the Civil 3D functional realities.
If we have employed old-school,…Read more
Autodesk released a bunch of new Autodesk Infrastructure product Updates, Extensions, and tools over the last 60 days most in advance or around the virtual AU 2020 event. These included the Autodesk Civil 3D 2021.2 Update. Remember to be on the lookout for promised Autodesk Construction Cloud integration products promised to be released later this month.
The Framework for…Read more
Out here in Civil 3D Land, we all recognize what I like to call Operations Engineering is the mainstay and/or core business for a great deal of survey and civil engineering work. Many commercial civil engineering firms are the public works departments for small towns and lots of pseudo/quasi departments and/or public agencies.
Infrastructure engineering,…Read more