InfraWorks 360 2016: What You Need To Know


infraworks-badge-128px-hd┬áInfraWorks 360 2016 is out and once again, has a ton of new features and enhancements i think you’ll like. However, before i tackle that, you need to know what you have first. I’ll explain…


So, with this new 2016 release of InfraWorks, you once again have two options:

  1. InfraWorks 360
  2. InfraWorks 360 LT

A little different than in 2015 when it was InfraWorks/InfraWorks 360, huh?

And just like before, each version has it’s benefits and short-comings which is explained below:


To see the entire web page, click here.

So what do you have as far as InfraWorks goes, if you have one of the Infrastructure Design Suites or Building Design Suites. If you noticed the fine print at the top of the chart above it says:

InfraWorks 360 LT is available as a Subscription entitlement for Infrastructure Design Suite Premium and Ultimate, and for Building Design Suite Ultimate. InfraWorks 360 LT is also available as a stand-alone purchase via Desktop Subscription.



So, what (I believe) this means is that if you have a current maintenance subscription account, you are entitled to InfraWorks 360 LT as part of the IDS Premium and Ultimate and BDS Ultimate. If you don’t have a current maintenance subscription account, you can purchase InfraWorks 360 LT as a standalone license via desktop subscription. If you would like the full features of InfraWorks 360, you will need to purchase a license. Just contact your Account Representative, and they will gladly help you with that.

If you still have questions, please contact us and we’ll be glad to come out and demo this for you and explain how InfraWorks can make a huge difference in the early planning and design phase.


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