Autodesk InfraWorks 2019.1.1 [Size: 3.3 GB for x64] ... Autodesk has released an update to Autodesk InfraWorks 2019. The improvements are focused on providing opportunities for easier collaboration between users, better software interoperability and easier drawing of complex shapes. Autodesk recently announced its latest releases: Autodesk InfraWorks and Autodesk Civil 3D 2019. The improvements are focused on providing opportunities for easier collaboration between users, better software interoperability and easier drawing of complex shapes. Some of the updates allow for better interoperability between the two programs specifically. Users can now automatically import InfraWorks roads into Civil 3D as corridors, making the translation between the two faster and easier. And both pieces of software now boast a shared view: the ability to share documents online and have people comment on them, even without an Autodesk account. The updated InfraWorks includes several tool changes that make modeling easier and more accurate: new support for parametric tunnels, view-based settings for terrain contours and more complex bridge modeling. InfraWorks road data can now be sent seamlessly to an Autodesk Structural Bridge Design model, making it far easier for bridge designers to sync and analyze their designs. The update has also consolidated all the road modeling tools and allows changes to InfraWorks bridges to be dynamically updated in Revit in order to avoid losing all the detailed design work already done on the bridge in Revit. But one of the most intriguing features is centered on more convenient data sharing: in the new InfraWorks, users can collaborate on projects through the cloud using Autodesk’s BIM 360 platform. Through the new platform, users can store projects in complex libraries, with different team members afforded different levels of modification permission. The update also makes it possible for users to mark up project data for other team members to look over.