Take industry model data offline
With offline editing and synchronization, users can check out industry model data to work locally in the field or with other software. Extract data in queued edit mode and bring it into the design process using AutoCAD Utility Design software, or share it with workers in the field who use Infrastructure Map Server software. When your work is complete, sync and merge the data back into the industry model.
Desktop to web to A360
Store AutoCAD software drawings, project files, and map drawing files in an easy-to-access online workspace using A360. View and edit your designs online or on your mobile device, and share and collaborate easily with others. The AutoCAD WS web and mobile application for AutoCAD enables you to view, edit, and share DWG drawings and GIS maps online using A360.
Publish directly to the web
Distribute your geospatial data, designs, and GIS maps online in ways that meet your organization’s needs. Publish to the Internet using the Infrastructure Map Server application. Or distribute drawings as individual georeferenced DWF files, multisheet DWF map books, or paper plots. Also, you can publish a single DWG or multiple drawing files into a single map definition.
Interoperate with AutoCAD and GIS software
Read, write, and convert data between widely used formats. Widely used formats include:
Data exchange with 3D planning/design tools
Use the same data for conceptual modeling in 3D environments to make intelligent, model-based designs for civil and utility distribution projects. Share data more easily with Infraworks, AutoCAD Civil 3D, and AutoCAD Utility Design software.
Dynamic legends, north arrows, and scale bars
Improve public view documents, such as maps and exhibits, with north arrows, scale bars, dynamic legends, and more viewports within the exhibit.
Grids, graticules, and map books
Create and publish maps based on U.S. National Grid (USNG) standards, latitude and longitude grids, and more criteria.