With the adoption of machine control for construction, the ability of various GIS systems to accept 3D data, and now with the expansion of the term BIM to cover elements outside of a building [...]Read more
With the economy what it is and everyone trying to get as much bang for their buck as possible, I’m finding that online training for your CAD software programs is an increasingly popular and cost [...]Read more
The ability to import and export to LandXML has been around for quite awhile, but I still get a lot of curious looks when I mention it in my training classes. So, what is it? And why should you [...]Read more
There have been many debates in various blog posts, discussion group posts, and articles regarding what is the best way to handle North rotation on maps. With AutoCAD-based systems, there were [...]Read more
If you are working in an IntelliCAD version of Carlson Survey or Civil and need to bring in surface entities (contours) from a Civil 3D (C3D) or Land Desktop (LDT) drawing, it’s actually [...]Read more
There have been many articles, discussions, and presentations on Building Information Modeling in the recent months. If you haven’t already heard the basics, this post covers it well. For [...]Read more
So, how cool is this? At the Carlson User Conference this week in Lexington, KY, Brent Jones of ESRI announced a new grant program in coordination with Carlson Software. The program will bring [...]Read more
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