We’ve added the Export to FGDB command for exporting InfraWorks features to a file geodatabase that can be used in ArcGIS Online or another application.
We’ve improved the Send to Revit workflow to allow for improved Revit project template set-up, as well as the ability to map InfraWorks feature types to Revit categories once your data is opened in Revit, provided that you create a new Revit model in your Send to Revit operation. See Send to Revit.
You can now use the Reimport command to update alignments and profiles that you have brought into InfraWorks from Autodesk Civil 3D. This improvement allows bridge designers to fetch road alignment updates from Civil 3D.
InfraWorks has a brand new user interface featuring a new toolbar, new visual styles, tighter organization of tools, and the removal of the in-canvas Intelligent Tool icons.
We have improved our keyboard shortcuts by removing the ones that were not frequently used and adding keyboard shortcuts for the most frequently used actions in InfraWorks. In addition, any action in the new InfraWorks toolbar that has a keyboard shortcut will display the shortcut in the user interface.
The Application Options panel now provides a new User Interface tab with a button to restore original quick access settings in the Toolbar if they were changed.
InfraWorks as part of the AEC collection now supports standard Autodesk Network Licenses, which allows for multi-user licensing. At install time you will now be able to select a network license server location or a single user license from the new license manager. See To Install InfraWorks for more information.
We’ve added a new terrain generation option in the Model Properties dialog for choosing whether to generate the model terrain for speed or for precision.
We’ve added new context menu options for reviewing or modifying component roads in-canvas or via the profile view graph.
We’ve added the ability to input design speed for a selected component road using an editable annotation.
When editing road curve annotations, design standard violations and invalid input errors are displayed in a new tooltip near the editing box. The new warning messages include guidance on minimum radius for the design speed of the road and a range of valid input values.
The station range of a selected road will now be displayed in the Road stack.
The “Runoff on Tangent” and “Runoff on Spiral” values are now editable in the Stack when a curve is selected and Superelevation is on.
In the profile view the station tracker now displays the station and elevation of the road according to its location along the road.
The active tracker toggle allows the station tracker location to be controlled by moving the cursor in the profile view window.