QuickStart for Terrain & Geometry Using OpenRoads Technology Aug. 03, 2015 Alvie Franklin Griffith
QuickStart for Roadway Modeling Using OpenRoads Technology Aug. 04, 2015 Alvie Franklin Griffith
Terrain Modeling Aug. 05, 2015 Alvie Franklin Griffith
Creating Centerline Geometry Aug. 05, 2015 Alvie Franklin Griffith
Modeling a Superelevated Divided Highway Aug. 06, 2015 Alvie Franklin Griffith
InRoads classes thru July 31:
Advanced Roadway Designer for InRoads Express July 27- 29, 2015 Instructor: Joey LouAllen
Templates - Using and Editing July 27, 2015 Instructor: Jeff Martin
Defining Template Backbone July 28, 2015 Instructor: Jeff Martin
Defining End Conditions July 29, 2015 Instructor: Jeff Martin
All classes are scheduled based on United States Eastern Time Zone unless otherwise noted. Click the…
All classes are scheduled based on United States Eastern Time Zone unless otherwise noted. Use this Time Zone Converter: http://www.worldtimebuddy.com/ to determine your local start time.
Road Fundamentals using InRoads with MicroStation (imperial and metric) Express July 13, 2015 Instructor: Sean Conway
Pad and Parking Lot Modeling July 14, 2015 Instructor: Joey LouAllen
Using Civil Cells in OpenRoads July 14,…
Until recently, cross sections tended to drive the design of our projects. They depicted an accurate representation of a model—one that we all generally grew accustom to. However with the advent of OpenRoads technology, cross sections eventually became what is more so a “byproduct” of our proposed design model, leaving the 3D model to drive design.
Introducing this topic as the basis for his closing…
Ian Rosam set the stage for establishing best practices using OpenRoads Geometry, addressing his comments to all users from novice through to expert.
What’s different in OpenRoads? The main characteristics of OpenRoads Geometry user will notice is functionality built on the concept of “Design Intent” and a more interactive and dynamic user experience.