Autodesk Lab's Project Kameleon* gives you the tools to author your own infrastructure component parts that are compatible with InfraWorks 360 and AutoCAD Civil 3D, or customize existing component parts, parts families, and catalogs in the built-in shape library.
The bridge and drainage component catalogs that you author or modify in Project Kameleon, such as Abutments, Girders, Piers, Pier Foundations, Inlets, Manholes, Culverts, Frames, Grates, and Underground Structures, can be published and used inside your InfraWorks 360 models.
In this post, I walk you through how to join Project Kameleon, then use the free beta to enhance a Bridge Design or Drainage Design project. * Free technology previews are subject to the terms and conditions of the end-user license and services agreement that accompanies download of the software.
I have different versions of Autodesk InfraWorks 360 and AutoCAD Civil 3D installed on my computer. One is from the 2017 product line, and the other is from 2016. Can I still exchange data between the two applications?
This post clarifies compatibility requirements between InfraWorks 360 and AutoCAD Civil 3D for the 2016 and 2017 releases.
Some bright colleagues put together a script that pops up with a dialog in the UI to allow you to change the elevation of your viewport using this script (included in post). Give it a try, it only takes a moment. The script will allow you to change your viewport elevation by any numeric value you specify. The elevation uses the units of measurement specified in your model, so if you are using meters to report elevation, then your changes to viewport elevation will adjust in meters as well.
Anyone can download InfraWorks 360 and run the application in Presenter mode for free!
When you use Presenter Mode for InfraWorks 360, you can view any InfraWorks 360 models that are shared with your A360 account. This means that, if you are a user of InfraWorks 360, you can share your work with any stakeholder-- even if they don't have entitlements to use InfraWorks 360. Conversely, if you want to view a specific InfraWorks 360 model that someone you know has access to, you can use Presenter mode to check out any model that is shared with you.