Making the Most of your CAD, GIS & Civil data<br />Midlands 23rd September 2009<br />MicroCAD<br />ACADEMY<br />
The Missing Link<br />ACADEMY<br />Ian Robinson & Joe Wright<br />AEC System Engineers<br />MicroCAD<br />COMPUTER AIDED D...
Who am I?<br />Ian Robinson<br />AEC System Engineer<br />Approved Autodesk Instructor<br />AutoCAD®<br />AutoCAD® Map 3D<...
Who am I?<br />Ian Robinson<br />Mountain Biking<br />Fell Walking<br />Sailing<br />Technology<br />Maps!!!<br />
The Missing Link<br />ACADEMY<br />Ian Robinson & Joe Wright<br />AEC System Engineers<br />MicroCAD<br />COMPUTER AIDED D...
What about standard AutoCAD® users ?<br /><ul><li>  AutoCAD® users can see your geometry in .DWG</li></li></ul><li>AutoCAD...
Do I need to replace all my data ?<br />
Legacy LandLine® Data<br /> Most organisations still hold legacy LandLine® data<br /> DXF or DWG format<br />“Easy Peasy”<...
Legacy Drawing Data<br />Control multiple drawings<br />Tiled or overlaid information<br />Quickly get the information you...
Using MasterMap® like LandLine®<br /> MasterMap® can be themed like LandLine®<br /> Styling MasterMap® is easy<br />“Easy ...
You can do more with MasterMap®<br /> Underlying data means you can theme <br /> Styling is easy<br />“Easy Peasy”<br />
You can do even more with AutoCAD Map®3D<br /><ul><li> Analyse your drawings</li></ul>“Easy Peasy”<br />
Round table discussion…<br />MasterMap®<br />Discuss your issues with your peers in a 10 minute round table session<br />
The Missing Link<br />ACADEMY<br />Ian Robinson & Joe Wright<br />AEC System Engineers<br />MicroCAD<br />COMPUTER AIDED D...
Working with data files …<br />Map links to many data files…<br />SDF<br />SHP<br />WMS/WFS<br />.jpg, .jpeg, .jp2, .j2k, ...
Working with databases …<br />Map links to many databases<br />Microsoft<br />Access<br />ArcSDE<br />ODBC<br />
FDO Provider Overview<br />Autodesk® Certified Providers<br />Third-Party or Open Source Providers <br />ESRI®ArcSDE®<br /...
Publish your data<br />Create Map Books easily<br />Publish to AutoCAD®<br />Publish to DWF, DWFx and PDF<br />Microsoft X...
Reasons to consider …<br />Autodesk has solutions to help with the complete project lifecycle<br />
Reasons to consider …<br />AutoCAD® Map 3D 2010<br />It’s AutoCAD®!<br />The worlds most popular draughting software<br />
Reasons to consider …<br />AutoCAD® Map 3D 2010<br />It’s works with lots of data…<br />
Reasons to consider …<br />AutoCAD® Map 3D 2010<br />Unified and managed      data access<br />Public Access<br />Engineer...
Reasons to consider …<br />AutoCAD® Map 3D 2010<br />Create and share better designs<br />
Reasons to consider …<br />AutoCAD® Map 3D 2010<br />+<br />=<br />“Easy Peasy”<br />
SAM<br />Robert Barnes<br />MicroCAD<br />
Comfort Break 10 minutes<br />
Welcome Back<br />ACADEMY<br />Robert Barnes<br />MC<br />MicroCAD<br />COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN SPECIALISTS LTD<br />
Making it Easy!<br />ACADEMY<br />Robert Barnes<br />MC<br />MicroCAD<br />COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN SPECIALISTS LTD<br />
Continuing the Adventure!<br />ACADEMY<br />Ian Robinson & Joe Wright<br />All round do-gooders<br />MicroCAD<br />COMPUTE...
In line with today&apos;s theme…<br />Sweet<br />Simple<br />Short<br />
Do you…?<br />New Junction & Parking Areas During Construction<br />
Do you…?<br />New Junction & Parking Areas During Construction<br />
Do you…?<br />New Junction & Parking Areas During Construction<br />
Do you…?<br />New Junction & Parking Areas During Construction<br />
Do you…?<br />New Junction & Parking Areas During Construction<br />
AutoCAD®<br />2010<br />Civil 3D®<br />So … What’s the right tool for you? <br />
Anyone who needs…<br />To…<br />Modify/design the shape of land<br />Analyseland or project surfaces (e.g. produce contour...
Hands up… Who uses survey drawings ?<br />
Questions ?<br /><ul><li>How do you get useful information off these drawings ?
How do you know if they have been done well ?
How do you work with the drawing to change things ?</li></ul>Quick Demonstration !<br />
Civil 3D® 2010<br />ACADEMY<br />Joe Wright<br />AEC System Engineer<br />MicroCAD<br />COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN SPECIALISTS ...
Answered !<br /><ul><li>Work with Survey information !
Know what your looking at !
Design !</li></ul>Easy Peasy !<br />
Civil 3D® 2010<br />ACADEMY<br />Ian Robinson<br />AEC System Engineer<br />MicroCAD<br />COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN SPECIALIST...
3D Roundup<br />ACADEMY<br />Ian Robinson & Joe Wright<br />AEC System Engineers<br />MicroCAD<br />COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN ...
And now for the cool bit…<br />Data used with kind permission from<br />So lets play!!<br />
AutoCAD® for Engineers<br />=<br />Most Civil Engineers are familiar with the core tools available inside AutoCAD®<br />
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  • What about the piles of stuff I already have, do I need to replace all of this?No, you can still use all your old data, whatever the format.-----------------carry on to next slide
  • Discuss how your organisation currently uses mapping data?Think about your current process to getting mapping info into your drawings? And discuss any problems or delays you have encountered
  • We have already seen connection to a Spatial Data file when I connected to an ESRI SHP file, but we can also connect to Autodesks SDF file, ideal for those of you working with Mapguide, another open source project by Autodesk.We can connect to images and surfaces for real world visualisations and referencing…We can also connect to Web Mapping Services and Web Feature Surfaces. More about that a little later.
  • AutoCAD Map can also work with databasesAutoCAD® Map and Civil can work with Oracle, and visualise it’s database, the same can be said for ESRI ArcDSE, Microsofts SQL Server, spatially enabled and the Open source MySQL…We can also deal with none spatial databases through ODBC
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    1. 1. Making the Most of your CAD, GIS & Civil data<br />Midlands 23rd September 2009<br />MicroCAD<br />ACADEMY<br />
    2. 2. The Missing Link<br />ACADEMY<br />Ian Robinson & Joe Wright<br />AEC System Engineers<br />MicroCAD<br />COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN SPECIALISTS LTD<br />
    3. 3. Who am I?<br />Ian Robinson<br />AEC System Engineer<br />Approved Autodesk Instructor<br />AutoCAD®<br />AutoCAD® Map 3D<br />AutoCAD® Civil 3D<br />
    4. 4. Who am I?<br />Ian Robinson<br />Mountain Biking<br />Fell Walking<br />Sailing<br />Technology<br />Maps!!!<br />
    5. 5. The Missing Link<br />ACADEMY<br />Ian Robinson & Joe Wright<br />AEC System Engineers<br />MicroCAD<br />COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN SPECIALISTS LTD<br />
    6. 6. What about standard AutoCAD® users ?<br /><ul><li> AutoCAD® users can see your geometry in .DWG</li></li></ul><li>AutoCAD® Map 3D imports lots of extra formats<br />ERSI Map Info MasterMap® XML GML GZ <br />As well as bringing in the geometry from these file-types the underlying data is also available<br />Vector Mapping Images (Tiff, JPG etc.,) are correctly geo-referenced<br />
    7. 7. Do I need to replace all my data ?<br />
    8. 8. Legacy LandLine® Data<br /> Most organisations still hold legacy LandLine® data<br /> DXF or DWG format<br />“Easy Peasy”<br />
    9. 9. Legacy Drawing Data<br />Control multiple drawings<br />Tiled or overlaid information<br />Quickly get the information you want from multiple AutoCAD® drawings <br />
    10. 10. Using MasterMap® like LandLine®<br /> MasterMap® can be themed like LandLine®<br /> Styling MasterMap® is easy<br />“Easy Peasy”<br />
    11. 11. You can do more with MasterMap®<br /> Underlying data means you can theme <br /> Styling is easy<br />“Easy Peasy”<br />
    12. 12. You can do even more with AutoCAD Map®3D<br /><ul><li> Analyse your drawings</li></ul>“Easy Peasy”<br />
    13. 13. Round table discussion…<br />MasterMap®<br />Discuss your issues with your peers in a 10 minute round table session<br />
    14. 14. The Missing Link<br />ACADEMY<br />Ian Robinson & Joe Wright<br />AEC System Engineers<br />MicroCAD<br />COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN SPECIALISTS LTD<br />
    15. 15. Working with data files …<br />Map links to many data files…<br />SDF<br />SHP<br />WMS/WFS<br />.jpg, .jpeg, .jp2, .j2k, <br />.sid, .png, .tif, .tiff, <br />.dem, .ecw, .dt0, .dt1, .dt2, .asc, .adf, .nitf<br />
    16. 16. Working with databases …<br />Map links to many databases<br />Microsoft<br />Access<br />ArcSDE<br />ODBC<br />
    17. 17. FDO Provider Overview<br />Autodesk® Certified Providers<br />Third-Party or Open Source Providers <br />ESRI®ArcSDE®<br />PostGIS<br />Oracle® and Microsoft® SQL Server®<br />25+ vector formats<br />SQL Server<br />OGR<br />FDO-based Applications<br />For example, AutoCAD®®Map 3D and Autodesk MapGuide® Enterprise<br />Oracle<br />GDAL<br />25+ raster formats<br />MySQL®<br />MicrosoftAccess™and Excel ® <br />ODBC<br />FME<br />100+ vector formats<br />SDF<br />Oracle<br />SHP<br />.jpg, .jpeg, .jp2, .j2k, <br />.sid, .png, .tif, .tiff, <br />.dem, .ecw, .dt0, .dt1, .dt2, .asc, .adf, .nitf<br />Raster<br />SQL Server<br />WMS<br />IBM® Informix®<br />WFS<br />…<br />Released by Autodesk<br />Natively access data from multiple spatial sources without copying or file conversion<br />Released by third party or open source<br />…<br />…<br />In development<br />
    18. 18. Publish your data<br />Create Map Books easily<br />Publish to AutoCAD®<br />Publish to DWF, DWFx and PDF<br />Microsoft XPS<br />
    19. 19. Reasons to consider …<br />Autodesk has solutions to help with the complete project lifecycle<br />
    20. 20. Reasons to consider …<br />AutoCAD® Map 3D 2010<br />It’s AutoCAD®!<br />The worlds most popular draughting software<br />
    21. 21. Reasons to consider …<br />AutoCAD® Map 3D 2010<br />It’s works with lots of data…<br />
    22. 22. Reasons to consider …<br />AutoCAD® Map 3D 2010<br />Unified and managed data access<br />Public Access<br />Engineers<br />Management<br />Architects<br />Planners<br />Data Management<br />GIS<br />
    23. 23. Reasons to consider …<br />AutoCAD® Map 3D 2010<br />Create and share better designs<br />
    24. 24. Reasons to consider …<br />AutoCAD® Map 3D 2010<br />+<br />=<br />“Easy Peasy”<br />
    25. 25. SAM<br />Robert Barnes<br />MicroCAD<br />
    26. 26. Comfort Break 10 minutes<br />
    27. 27.
    28. 28. Welcome Back<br />ACADEMY<br />Robert Barnes<br />MC<br />MicroCAD<br />COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN SPECIALISTS LTD<br />
    29. 29. Making it Easy!<br />ACADEMY<br />Robert Barnes<br />MC<br />MicroCAD<br />COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN SPECIALISTS LTD<br />
    30. 30. Continuing the Adventure!<br />ACADEMY<br />Ian Robinson & Joe Wright<br />All round do-gooders<br />MicroCAD<br />COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN SPECIALISTS LTD<br />
    31. 31. In line with today&apos;s theme…<br />Sweet<br />Simple<br />Short<br />
    32. 32. Do you…?<br />New Junction & Parking Areas During Construction<br />
    33. 33. Do you…?<br />New Junction & Parking Areas During Construction<br />
    34. 34. Do you…?<br />New Junction & Parking Areas During Construction<br />
    35. 35. Do you…?<br />New Junction & Parking Areas During Construction<br />
    36. 36. Do you…?<br />New Junction & Parking Areas During Construction<br />
    37. 37. AutoCAD®<br />2010<br />Civil 3D®<br />So … What’s the right tool for you? <br />
    38. 38. Anyone who needs…<br />To…<br />Modify/design the shape of land<br />Analyseland or project surfaces (e.g. produce contours, water runoff etc.)<br />Work with height data<br />Produce cross sections/long sections through existing and/or proposed surfaces<br />Calculate volumes (cut & fill)<br />Produce setting out data to create projects in the field<br />This bits specially for you…<br />
    39. 39. Hands up… Who uses survey drawings ?<br />
    40. 40. Questions ?<br /><ul><li>How do you get useful information off these drawings ?
    41. 41. How do you know if they have been done well ?
    42. 42. How do you work with the drawing to change things ?</li></ul>Quick Demonstration !<br />
    43. 43. Civil 3D® 2010<br />ACADEMY<br />Joe Wright<br />AEC System Engineer<br />MicroCAD<br />COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN SPECIALISTS LTD<br />Demonstration<br />
    44. 44. Answered !<br /><ul><li>Work with Survey information !
    45. 45. Know what your looking at !
    46. 46. Design !</li></ul>Easy Peasy !<br />
    47. 47. Civil 3D® 2010<br />ACADEMY<br />Ian Robinson<br />AEC System Engineer<br />MicroCAD<br />COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN SPECIALISTS LTD<br />
    48. 48. 3D Roundup<br />ACADEMY<br />Ian Robinson & Joe Wright<br />AEC System Engineers<br />MicroCAD<br />COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN SPECIALISTS LTD<br />
    49. 49. And now for the cool bit…<br />Data used with kind permission from<br />So lets play!!<br />
    50. 50. AutoCAD® for Engineers<br />=<br />Most Civil Engineers are familiar with the core tools available inside AutoCAD®<br />
    51. 51. 3 Steps to “Easy Peasy”…<br />The Right Tool<br />1<br />Implementation - Services <br />2<br />Training – Workshops – Up-date<br />3<br />
    52. 52. Summary<br />ACADEMY<br />Robert Barnes<br />MicroCAD<br />MicroCAD<br />COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN SPECIALISTS LTD<br />

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