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September 19, 2014
We spoke about Autodesk Vehicle tracking in these other posts:
- Work Smarter with Roadway and Parking Lot Design
- BIM for Infrastructure: BIM Leaves the Building and Hits the Road
And in this post, we wanted to show you the actual workflow of the Parking, Swept Path, and Roundabout features in Vehicle Tracking, so you can see how easy it is to use. You can also see that your stakeholders and decision makers do not need to be CAD users to be able to visualize your design. Clear communication, ease of roadway and parking lot design, and a similar CAD interface are all reasons that designers and engineers are working with Vehicle Tracking.
Swept Path feature:
As you can see, Autodesk created a familiar feel of the software while providing more features to make your designing easier.
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