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SolidCAD Presents City of Vancouver and InfraWorks Webinar – July 16

June 23, 2015   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Alison Hermansen
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Using 3D Modeling, Visualization for Effective Stakeholder communication on Municipal Infrastructure Projects


In this webinar you will learn how the City of Vancouver is using technology to drive business value to all stakeholders.


Leveraging BIM, GIS and CAD data into a single intelligent visual digital model brings vast value to any organization, especially those involved with local or regional government planning.

Using Autodesk InfraWorks 360, civil engineers and transportation planners can better deliver projects by more efficiently managing larger-scale models created from existing data sources, designing in context from the start, and generating proposals at the appropriate level of detail.


Additionally, we will review how users can communicate to a broader audience, including public and project stakeholders, in new ways with nearly anytime, anywhere access to project scenarios.


See how easy it is to convey design intent by designing in-context using realistic 3D models created from existing data sources and discover how Autodesk InfraWorks is being used as a powerful tool to communicate with constituents and key stakeholders as well as shorten approval cycles of proposed public projects! 


Date & Time

Thursday, July 16, 2015

1:00 PM Eastern / 10:00 AM Pacific


Alex von Svoboda

Alex von Svoboda joined Autodesk in 1997 and took on various roles in the AEC business for North America. With a civil engineering background and a focus in municipal engineering, he is currently a Product Sales Specialist for Autodesk InfraWorks 360 for North East US and Eastern Canada. Prior to Autodesk, he managed Softdesk Canada, Softdesk Europe and multiple start-ups. 



Dan Campbell

Dan Campbell is a Systems Analyst with the City of Vancouver, responsible for coordinating 3D visualization and analysis activities, and managing the City's 3D model. He has a background in fine art, planning, and urban design which he is able to apply in the context of GIS, and city modeling. Dan has spoken at many conferences including Autodesk University, Map Asia, GeoWeb, GeoTec, URISA, GITA, BIM Forum, Middle East Geospatial Forum, India Geospatial Forum and the Pitney Bowes Insight, focusing on the role of 3D as it relates to design and public involvement. Dan has had articles published by Vector1 Media, GeoWorld, and Geospatial World. In 2012, Dan was the recipient of the Pitney Bowes Meridian Award for Technical Achievement.


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