Autopath - Swept path analysis 

Autopath is a professional software solution for vehicle swept path analysis used by civil engineers, transportation professionals, architects and urban planners.

  • Easy Drive. An interactive method of defining the vehicle path. Besides an easy input this method includes realistic simulation because it considers parameters such as vehicle speed, wheel turning speed and the superelevation of the road.
  • Vertical Clearance. For checking vehicles clearance for things such as parking garages, bridges and more.
  • Easily create custom vehicles
  • Autopath is so easy to use that no training should be required. Users are up and running in a matter of minutes.
  • Predictive turning

Description

Autopath is most commonly used to analyze vehicle maneuvers on roads, intersections, roundabouts, parking lots, construction sites, airports, loading bays and more. Autopath PRO is not limited to the libraries of vehicles included with the program, you can use the software to define specialized vehicles, like cranes, telescopic trailers and more. Autopath is available as PRO and as LT (lite) version! See more >> http://www.cgs-labs.com/Software/Autopath.aspx *** FEATURES *** 1. Swept Path Analysis methods Autopath features several interactive methods of swept paths analysis based on vehicle speed, road superelevation, lateral friction, and turn radius algorithms while supporting analysis simulations for multiple vehicles on the same path. Autopath adaptive horizontal and vertical vehicle swept path analysis can be linked to the road centerline, road edge, road curb or any other user defined line, polyline, or alignment. Desired offsets can be set for the front, or the back vehicle axle. The swept path analysis will dynamically update whenever the vehicle path is changed. EasyDrive analysis method features interactive forward and reverse vehicle turn prediction with optional "full lock on stop" capability for difficult maneuvers. You also have the flexibility to work with previously created analyses, either through editing the existing analysis, or by continuing on and adding to it. 2. Horizontal & Vertical Simulations Horizontal and vertical swept path simulations enable users to check vehicle side and vertical (overhead and underside) clearances. Vehicle steering parameters, radius value and slope values for vertical simulations are presented at all stages of the simulation and provide all the data needed for vehicle & analysis inspection. Various display options for any single swept path simulation give unlimited possibilities to generate visually appealing simulations: • Wheel trails • Vehicle axis center point • Vehicle outer edge • Layer options • Line type and hatch options • Color display 3. Reports Autopath provides a range of swept path analysis reports: • Horizontal and vertical vehicle contour and parameters display • Dynamic steering wheel parameters diagram • Vehicle collision detection for side objects, overhead and underside objects • A Swept path width labelling option for the inspection of maximum width values at any point along the curve 4. Vehicle Library Autopath includes a list of predefined country specific vehicle design libraries. With the custom vehicle design option, users can extend existing vehicle libraries, or create completely new county specific libraries of vehicles that are otherwise not included in the software. Vehicle definition import/export tools are also included allowing new vehicles to be conveniently shared with the team 5. Custom & Specialized vehicles Custom vehicles: Autopath enables definition of a comprehensive set of vehicle parameters including: vehicle geometry, number of axles, vehicle track width, number of wheels per axle, wheel spacing, tire radius, tire width, steering options for each axle and others. Combined with various steering definition options like steering calculation, turning cycle parameter and turn time value definitions it gives user the ability to generate geometrically correct and realistic swept path analysis. Specialized vehicles: Further options for horizontal and vertical vehicle contour design give users extended capabilities to define vehicles with high levels of details. Vehicle contour option supports adding load shapes to a vehicle for even greater swept path analysis capability. And horizontal and vertical simulations will include collision detection for any added loads. 6. Google Maps Import Autopath PRO features functionality for importing raster and elevation data into a DWG drawing at a click of a mouse. Select location, adjust zoom to the desired area to be imported, check whether you want to import Raster, Elevation data or both and select the appropriate country specific coordinate system*. Data is seamlessly inserted into your drawing. *Users have the option to request additional country specific coordinate systems if they are not yet included in the list. See more >> http://www.cgs-labs.com/Software/Autopath.aspx

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Autopath - Swept path analysis  Autopath
BricsCAD Pro V19 - V21

Windows
Released
April 30, 2019
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CGS Labs d.o.o.
Brnčičeva ulica 13
Ljubljana1000
SLOVENIA
www.cgs-labs.com
+386 1 235 06 00

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