InfraWorks


  • THE BEST OF CIVIL INFRASTRUCTURE AT AU 2020 | YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS THIS

    Digital transformation is top of mind for many AEC professionals. Autodesk University 2020 reinforced this theme with presentations and classes that informed customers about the power of data, automation, and insights to accelerate innovation, drive better business outcomes, and realize the new possible. Over 100,000 people registered to attend the first-ever all-virtual Autodesk University. We […]


  • Using ArcGIS Enterprise and ArcGIS Online for Model Creation in InfraWorks

    BY: VINCENT FREDON Original French article from Civil Made in France: https://civilfrance.typepad.com/blog/2019/04/videos-de-l-exploitation-par-infraworks-de-donnees-publiees-sur-des-portails-arcgis.html Continuing the BIM and GIS Integration Through the Autodesk and Esri Partnership, the tools allowing the simplification of the connection between Autodesk BIM design software and Esri GIS database continue to evolve. A new version of the Autodesk Connector for ArcGIS was introduced […]


  • 5 Reasons to believe in Context Modeling

    Context Modeling is the process of building an enriched, existing conditions project framework. With the tools found in the Architecture, Engineering and Construction Collection you can process LiDAR and/or drone-based data, connect to ArcGIS organizations, and import many other data types to build an intelligent model to base your project designs from. By utilizing current, […]


  • Pan Borneo Highway Sarawak: History in the Making for Malaysian Infrastructure

    Opening up new economic opportunities for the Malaysian State of Sarawak Design and construction teams in Malaysia are using Autodesk BIM solutions—including Civil 3D, Revit, ReCap, InfraWorks, Map 3D, Dynamo, 3ds Max, and Navisworks—to deliver the expansion and upgrade of the Pan Borneo Highway Sarawak. Malaysia’s Ministry of Works is in the midst of a […]


  • Spotlight On Air Travel: How Technology Tackles 5 Key Infrastructure Challenges

    The future may be unpredictable, but one thing seems certain: The air travel and cargo sector will keep booming. More specifically, passenger travel is expected to expand to 8.2 billion air travelers annually by 2037 and the number of cargo freight aircraft is expected to jump 30 percent. If these projections come true, airport designers […]


  • How Civil 3D Tackles Tomorrow’s Challenges Today

    Estimated Reading Time: 4 Minutes A rapidly growing population, resource constraints, and an urgent need for climate-resilient infrastructure… civil engineers and architects face a host of challenges as we approach the next decade. But what if you had to build a city for 600,000 in less than six months right now? At a time when […]


  • InfraWorks: New enhancements for bridge design, ArcGIS data integration, and more

    Join our community webcast on October 3rd, meet our product managers, and watch a live demonstration of this latest release. Here in New England, many mark the start of fall when the temperature dips and the leaves turn, or when you can finally get your pumpkin spice latte fix. I’m excited to be kicking off […]


  • Innovation at Istanbul Metro

    The Istanbul Kabatas-Mecidiyekoy-Mahmutbey Metro Civil and Electromechanical Design & Construction Works project, managed by Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IMM) – Directorate of European Side Rail Systems, is a mass transportation railway system and the first BIM for metro rail in Istanbul. The metro line is located at one of the busiest and the most popular parts […]


  • World’s first cross-sea transportation cluster project

    The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge Authority’s Zhuhai-Macao Bridge project includes artificial islands, bridges and tunnels.  With help of Engineering firm, China Railway Construction Electrification Bureau Group, LTD., they used BIM for structural design, sub-surface design and construction of this  enormous project of more than ten sub-systems. For the main project, the team adopted a bridges-tunnels combination scheme.  […]


  • CCCC designs container terminal for Gaolan Port

    BIM process helps save 60 days and 10 million Yuan. Read more.