Autopath provides you with vehicle Swept path analysis for AutoCAD, Civil 3D, Map 3D and BricsCAD. Its ease of use allows users to be up-and-running within minutes, Autopath is the vehicle swept path analysis application favoured by civil engineers, transportation professionals, architects, and planners for projects of all varieties and scale.
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As a bonus, all new licenses of Autopath PRO sold in June come with 1 year of maintenance for free. This offer is available until June 30, 2018. Offer applies to standalone and network licenses. Don’t wait to take advantage of the cool features of Autopath PRO!
Autopath is the ideal platform for projects that require users to manoeuvre around stationary objects, such as intersections, roundabouts, parking lots, airports, loading bays, construction sites, and more. However, Autopath is not limited to the provided library of cars, trucks, and trailers, as you can use the software to create your own library of non-standard vehicles, like construction equipment, farm equipment, and more.
- Dynamic horizontal and vertical analysis
- The ability to fully account for vehicle speed and recommended steering rates in both forward, and reverse vehicle turn manoeuvres
- Forward and reverse turn prediction
- Easy Drive, a fast interactive method of defining the vehicle path in forward and reverse direction
- Realistic vehicle movement simulation, with the ability to control vehicle speed and steering
- Swept path analysis of vehicles with multiple trailers
- Support for custom and/or special transport vehicles with multiple axles and turning wheel definitions
- Support for all types of vehicles, including EuroCombi trucks, articulated buses, forklifts, and harvesters
- AASHTO 2004, which is a 2011 library featuring specifically designed vehicles and trailers
- Easy-to-use tools to create new vehicles and trailers as needed, or modify existing ones
- The ability to create dynamic swept path analysis results and reports
Autopath supports many local standards, including:
- New Zealand
- Germany (FGSV2001)
- USA (AASHTO)