Autodesk Vehicle Tracking

Autodesk Vehicle Tracking Video Training

Useful and Essential Civil Training from Vehicle Tracking Experts and Consultants

    Civil 3D experts and consultants produce a wide range of Vehicle Tracking specific video content. This pages features videos about various Vehicle Tracking features tasks in Civil 3D.
    These may range from the very basic to advanced topics.

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 Vehicle Tracking in 2020

Vehicle Tracking in 2020

10/21/2019

 

Leo Lavayen, a Civil Subject Matter Expert for IMAGINiT, demos the important Swept Path and Parking Layout tools in Vehicle Tracking.
Visit the IMAGINiT YouTube page

 

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A good webinar presentation of Vehicle Tracking in 2020 which is available for use in both AutoCAD and Civil 3D in the AEC Collection.
The product is available in other AEC Collection releases.

The importance of taking a bit of time to create your own versions of the Parking Standards cannot be stressed enough.
If you do a little upfront standards setup work, you can the results you need much quicker and with less hassle.

Vehicle Tracking employs a very object-based approach to Layers and properties, but the results are easy enough to rename and adjust.

 

 Street Parking with Vehicle Tracking

Street Parking with Vehicle Tracking

11/14/2018

 

USCAD's James Lord walks through a basic overview of On-street parking with Vehicle Tracking.
From the James Lord's AKN page
See James Lord's blog on USCAD.com

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This is an interesting way to attack on-street parking layouts. Yes, you could build island specifics into a parking standard to create no parking zones.

 

 Vehicle Tracking Swept Path Basics

Vehicle Tracking Swept Path Basics

11/14/2018

 

USCAD's James Lord walks through a basic overview of Swept Path in Vehicle Tracking.
From the James Lord's AKN page
See James Lord's blog on USCAD.com