I recently installed the 30 day trail version of the Autodesk Vehicle Tracking. I'm tyring it out before we decide to buy it. I'm working on a project where I have to show that a fire truck can back up and leave the site. I'm using a WB-40 to simulate the fire truck and I used a predetermined path through our site; however, I can't seem to get it to show the reverse path. I've worked with AutoTurn in the past and have been able to do it. Any thoughts?
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Sounds like you already have your answer, Autoturn? If it's not broke, don't try to fix it. Granted a true Autodesk turning application would be nice, but most of us can't wait or spend the time just to find out if a truck will fit or drive down a path.
True; however, that doesn't help me since we don't have AutoTurn. I work for a small company and we typically us truck turning templates. This software was suggested and I was given the job of testing it out on a project where it was critical to make sure the fire truck could back up without going off the access drive.
christinaz....you need to create a new path. I have not been able to figure out how to do this to an existiing path (make edits then reverse the vehicle). I can grip edit all day long but there does not seem to be a way Reverse an existing path. Hopefully someone will correct me on this.
See this link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R7huxvvF5-Q and advance the video to the 16:00 min mark, and in there he shows you how to create a forward path, then back in the vehicle.
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