Eagle Point Software Corporation released AutoCAD Civil 3D Workflows that walk users through the use of AutoCAD Civil 3D software following step-by-step best practices of the Wisconsin DOT and Northern Region of Alaska DOT. The workflows have been added to the 29 existing processes delivered with Eagle Point's Pinnacle Series. These workflows were developed in conjunction with the respective DOTs to help organizations who work with these agencies follow a workflow that is consistent with the DOT's design process. Following these workflows will not only help with the implementation of AutoCAD Civil 3D, but also ensure that deliverables are consistent with the DOT's requirements.
Firms who do not work directly with the Wisconsin or Alaska DOT can also benefit from these workflows. By implementing these, and other included workflows, organizations that have not fully implemented AutoCAD Civil 3D can start by following known best practices, then modifying them to work with projects specific to the organization.
"The use of the Pinnacle Series during the implementation and daily use of AutoCAD Civil 3D has had a profound impact on the success rate of AutoCAD Civil 3D adoption. The Northern Region of Alaska DOT has made that adoption and is further evidence that using the Pinnacle Series to assist in the implementation of AutoCAD Civil 3D can ease the transition and be done in a fraction of the time. The addition of these workflows to our already robust library shows our continued commitment to help organizations adopt AutoCAD Civil 3D and take advantage of its amazing dynamic abilities," explains Steve Biver, Eagle Point Civil Infrastructure Product Line Manager. "We are excited about the positive impact these additional workflows can have on all AutoCAD Civil 3D users."
The DOT Workflows come free with the Eagle Point Pinnacle Series. For more information on Pinnacle Series, please contact Eagle Point at 1-800-678-6565 or visitwww.eaglepoint.com.
Eagle Point Software Releases New AutoCAD Civil 3D Department of Transportation Workflows
April 18, 2011