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Autodesk University 2018

CES226806 - Using Point Clouds and Large Datasets in InfraWorks

Session Description

Point clouds can be a wealth of information for modeling and design projects, and the large data sets of point clouds can provide amazingly detailed models when viewed in InfraWorks software. But managing these data sets and importing the point clouds can be a challenge. And then, once you have the point cloud imported, what’s next? In this session, we will show how to create a model from scratch and how to import large point clouds and data sets. We’ll demonstrate a simple but effective method to manage large collections of point clouds when bringing them into InfraWorks, and then show how to use the point clouds to extract vertical features such as transformers, poles, and street furniture. This method can be employed for a variety of items, and then the features can be styled to reflect the goals for your 3D model. We will also walk through the process of creating a storyboard and a fly-through that will impress your stakeholders and provide detailed information in a visually informative model.


Additional Information
Learn how to import and manage large data sets, including point clouds, into InfraWorks
Discover how to use feature extraction to identify vertical features within an InfraWorks model
Learn to style and configure the extracted vertical features to highlight the most-important features of the model
See the process used to create a storyboard fly-through to present to stakeholders
Instructional Demo
Intermediate
Improving AEC Project Delivery
Data Management, Building Information Modeling (BIM)
InfraWorks
Users should know the basic functions of InfraWorks Model Builder and have a working knowledge of GIS data.
Land/Urban Planner, Civil Engineer, BIM/VDC Manager, Visualization Designer, Transportation Planner
Product Users
Design teams, City or Urban Planning, Civil Engineers and pre-design teams familiar with InfraWorks and who are managing larger 3D Models and using point clouds and large datasets.
Going beyond software basics
Project Execution
3D Modeling, Design Visualization, Data Management, Civil Engineering, BIM, Asset Management, GIS, Geospatial, Modeling, Urban Planning
AIA Approved
1 hour
Session Speakers
  • Stephen Brockwell - President, Brockwell IT Consulting, Inc.

    Stephen Brockwell founded Brockwell IT Consulting to provide independent business and technical leadership for the Geospatial community. His leadership at Autodesk, where he was a Senior Business Development Manager and Director of Product Management, provided the path for advanced GIS initiatives. Before joining Autodesk, Stephen was on the team for SHL VISION* Solutions, developers of the first all-relational GIS based on Oracle. Qwest Communications and First Energy, among others, still use the underlying technology he developed. Recently, Stephen has been involved in enterprise-level projects for Nevada Energy and First Energy; field mobility projects for City of Alexandria and Welland Hydro; and product development for Autodesk. With his experience in the Geospatial industry including government and private sector, Stephen has been a regular instructor at Autodesk University. He is committed to efficient, low-cost solutions to implement GIS technology for infrastructure design.

  • Richard Horrocks - Senior Consultant, Brockwell IT
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