Autodesk is inviting to join as a continuation of the CE News and Autodesk webcast series on Overcoming Our Infrastructure Deficits. On June 2nd. They hope the interested for a presentation entitled:
Roads & Highways – Planning Ahead
Thursday, June 2, 2011
10:00 – 11:00 a.m. Pacific Time
You can Join in and earn PDH credits.
In this presentation, I’ll discuss how geospatial data can be integrated, as part of a BIM process, for more effective analysis and better design decisions on road & highway projects. I’ll also show how clear and concise maps and exhibits, shared in various formats with project stakeholders, can facilitate better understanding and fewer objections on projects. If you’re a planning, GIS, or civil engineering professional, join me and hear how you can shorten the environmental review process and get projects approved faster.
Accelerate Infrastructure Project Design
Check out these resources and take your project workflows to the next level.
- Solutions in Action. This resource contains a number of customer success presentations and interviews with Autodesk experts that highlight how Autodesk® solutions are being used to deliver roads & highways projects more effectively.
- The Value of BIM for Infrastructure Video. This video presents how AEC professionals are benefitting from BIM at every stage in the project lifecycle.
- Autodesk Product Trials. Download a FREE 30-day trial of AutoCAD® Civil 3D®, AutoCAD® Map 3D, and other infrastructure software to explore what Autodesk solutions can do for you.
- Get Current Promotion. Find out about special promotional discounts and you’ll see that there’s no better time to upgrade to the latest 2012 versions of Autodesk infrastructure software. And, if you’re still working with Autodesk® LandDesktop or older versions of AutoCAD Civil 3D for site development projects, find out why you should make the move to AutoCAD Civil 3D 2012 today. Visit the Land Development industry center to learn more.
You can take advantage of these tools and offers at the upcoming webcast. If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please visit Ask James.