New Class: Introduction to Autodesk Vehicle Tracking

May 29, 2015 By Heather Adams Leave a comment

Autodesk® Vehicle Tracking 2015 software is a comprehensive transportation analysis and design solution for vehicle swept path analysis.

Advanced Solutions is now offering a one-day class for anyone wanting to verify their design will accommodate certain vehicles, learn how to easily move any vehicle down a designated path, view vehicle swept paths in both 2D and 3D, create animations to share with stakeholders, run data analysis, and so much more.


Tagged with Vehicle Tracking, Autodesk Vehicle Tracking, Infrastructure, Civil 3D, Swept path analysis, Vehicle Animation, Civil Infrastructure, Autodesk

Animation within Vehicle Tracking

April 28, 2014 By Rob Wiederman Leave a comment

The phrase "A picture is worth a thousand words" holds true when we are trying to convey our design intent to a client or reviewing agency. From Vehicle Tracking ribbon, we can simply choose the Animate button. In order to animate our swept path, we must have a path created similar to the one below.

Now that we have a swept path, we will simply choose animate.

After choosing animate, the vehicle tracking animation toolbar appears. The buttons we will be most concerned with are the last five. Starting from the the far right: Fly-by-camera, Animate in 3-D, Snapshot, Settings, and Record.

If we choose the Animate in 3-D, we can see our vehicle in motion along the path we have created.


Tagged with Animated in 3-D, Vehicle Tracking, Infrastructure, Autodesk Vehicle Tracking 2014, Vehicle Animation, Autodesk

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