This course will teach you how to combine and connect data using InfraWorks 360 to better manage, create, visualize, analyze, and collaborate information to make decisions in context. Software required: InfraWorks 360.
Have you ever had the need to create more compelling 3D models and 3D visualizations to help speed up the approval process with a larger range of stakeholders? This course, Introduction to InfraWorks 360, will help you obtain the software skills and know-how to create more effective proposals. You will also see how to optimize design alternatives, along with how to communicate and collaborate with project teams and stakeholders more effectively. You will start your journey by getting familiar with the InfraWorks Home Page, the user interface, and the intelligent tools. Next, you'll learn how to build a model with Model Builder and from scratch, use the drawing tools, work with styles, and use the basic analysis tools. You will then finish the course by learning how to use the animation and rendering tools and how to share data and collaborate with others. After completing this course, you will have a software solution that lets you plan, design, and engineer with real data in the real world and in real time. Software required: InfraWorks 360.
Eric DeLeon isn’t your typical “CAD Guy".
With an 18+ year career spanning both public and private sectors, Eric has a broad drafting, design, marketing, technology, and management background that encompass work within civil engineering, industrial design, marketing, and new technology environments.
Course Overview Hi everyone, my name is Eric DeLeon, and welcome to my course, Introduction to InfraWorks 360. I am an AEC technology professional with 18 years of experience, encompassing work within civil engineering, industrial design, marketing, and new technology environment. InfraWorks 360 has taken the industry by storm by giving you the tools to compete preliminary design with data-rich 3D models, and this course will teach you how to combine and connect data to manage, create, visualize, analyze, and collaborate information to make better decisions in context. This course is for the new InfraWorks 360 user. Basic 3D and civil engineering knowledge and terminology is helpful, but not required. Some of the major topics that we will cover include InfraWorks home page, user interface and intelligent tools, model building for existing and proposed conditions, animation and rendering tools, sharing data and collaborating with others. By the end of this course, you will have the software skills and know-how to create more effective proposals, how to optimize design alternatives, and how to communicate and collaborate with project teams and stakeholders more effectively. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn InfraWorks with the Introduction to InfraWorks 360 course at Pluralsight.