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Creating Complex Desktop Apps
AutoCAD® Map 3D mapping software for model-based infrastructure planning and management helps integrate CAD and GIS data to inform GIS, planning, and engineering decisions. With intelligent industry data models and tools, you can apply regional and discipline-specific standards. Integrating spatial information into a database makes data available throughout the organization, helping you improve quality, productivity, and asset management.
My responsibilities as design manager for the AutoCAD Map3D 2013 release project were: pilot product line-wide initiative to replace the traditional product requirements gathering process with a new User Centered approach of researching/validating user needs to assist Product Management group with Product Definition and Requirements Prioritization; Project and People Management of a team of user experience professionals with planning and coordination of user research activities, produce and/or review various User Experience Design deliverables (like Use Case Documents, SwinLane Diagrams, High Fidelity Mockups); request, review and approve visual design documentation; plan, coordinate and execute various usability engineering activities.
With Autodesk® AutoCAD® Map 3D software, you can access and use CAD and GIS data from a range of sources. With comprehensive gas, water, wastewater, and electric industry data models, you can more easily organize disparate asset information and apply industry standards and business requirements. See some of the features I have helped facilitate the team work:
Data Exchange with Civil 3D and AutoCAD Utility Design
AutoCAD Map 3D 2013 helps you utilize the same data in different products. Share data more easily between AutoCAD Map 3D, Autodesk® Infrastructure Modeler, AutoCAD® Civil 3D®, and AutoCAD® Utility Design software. Sharing industry data models helps teams to work more efficiently and effectively on projects.
Publish Native DWG to Autodesk Infrastructure Map Server
Publish a single DWG directly to Autodesk Infrastructure Map Server using AutoCAD Map 3D 2013, or publish multiple drawing files into a single map definition by using Infrastructure Studio 2013. When publishing to Autodesk® Infrastructure Map Server software, FDO layers and AutoCAD layers—together with data filters—are published together, providing 100 percent visual and data fidelity of DWG files without conversion
Dynamic Legends, North Arrows & Scale Bars
Improve public view documents, such as maps and exhibits, with north arrows, scale bars, dynamic legends, and more viewports within the exhibit documentation.