With the latest releases of Civil 3D and InfraWorks, our new Civil Infrastructure Products Public Roadmap is here! Featuring performance enhancements and product insights you asked for, our product management team is hosting an Ask Me Anything YouTube Live session to go through it all.
Now let’s talk more about why we created this masterpiece. While we have posted public roadmaps in the past, we wanted customers to have a single, more holistic view of the key capabilities on the horizon across our portfolio. In addition to this, we wanted you to have a voice in what we have under consideration. As a result, we provided a more visually appealing format for the roadmap, enabling you to review more details about a given feature and allowing you to vote on the capabilities most important to you.
So, don’t forget to like and vote for your favorite features on the Public Roadmap Trello board by clicking on the image below*. Your voice will help us better understand what our customers value the most to make our products better in any way we can.
*To vote, sign up for a free Trello account. Once you have an account, you’ll see a “Vote” button on each card.
(New additions are tagged as “new”)
What value does it bring to customers?
This new roadmap gives you the ability to see which customer ideas are under consideration as well as the strategic functionality we are considering.
Unlike the previous roadmaps, the new roadmap is broken into enhancements by industry. These categories help you focus on the areas that are most important to you, without having to scan through paragraphs of text. As mentioned earlier, the ability to vote for features will help us determine which features we might work on next.
Customers are also encouraged to submit ideas on our Civil 3D and InfraWorks Idea Forums to get more diverse feedback and support from peers. We will continue to select popular ideas from those forums to move into the public roadmap.
We will continue to notify you of new items added, via our forums.
Features on this board that have been delivered will be moved into a new column to show they have been implemented in a currently available product. You can see an example of that in the image above; the second column from the left is what has been delivered in the 2022.1 Updates. Let us know what you think!
The Autodesk Civil Infrastructure Product Team