Explore the functionality in AutoCAD® Raster Design, and AutoCAD® Map 3D software for working with aerial imagery, viewing Digital Elevation Model (DEM) data, editing scanned maps and photos, and converting raster data into vector. Learn how to accurately insert georeferenced images. Insert and correlate non-referenced images. Access and manage imagery using image manipulation tools. Improve image display with nonlinear tonal adjustment and palette controls. Create slope and elevation maps from DEM data. The class will also look at draping images on surface models and the raster capabilities of the AutoCAD Map 3D Feature Data Objects (FDO) functions.
Autodesk Map 3D and AutoCAD® Civil 3D® users of all levels
David is the CAD manager at NV5, Inc. NV5 is a full-service civil engineering firm with offices in California, Utah, Colorado, Florida and New Jersey. At NV5, David supports the firm’s infrastructure design division with design, BIM modeling, and document delivery processes. In addition to support, he also develops CAD tools, training, and company standards. Prior to joining NV5, David was an independent CAD consultant, specializing in civil engineering, surveying, and mapping. Other past work experience includes: structural engineer, staff engineer for a municipal public works department, project engineer, project manager, and as a trainer and consultant for a software reseller. David has also obtained professional civil engineering licenses in California and Colorado.
Intended for intermediate to advanced users of InfraWorks 360 software and AutoCAD Civil 3D software, this class is designed to show the civil industry professionals techniques for creating renderings and depicting custom models utilizing multiple Autodesk, Inc., tools. Using tools provided in Infrastructure Design Suite civil engineering software (AutoCAD Civil 3D software, InfraWorks software, Revit software, and 3ds Max software), this class will consist of a live demo showing how to create and use grading, site geometry, and custom Filmbox (FBX) models that you can use in your InfraWorks models. This session features InfraWorks 360 and AutoCAD Raster Design. AIA Approved
Working with raster images presents a unique set of challenges. Oftentimes a raster image may be so degraded that it will benefit from a vector redraw. At other times, adding vector to just part of the drawing may meet your requirements. In either case, working with raster images can be frustrating, but fortunately AutoCAD Raster Design software has integrated tools that make the process less painful. Couple these tools with the power of AutoLISP® programming, and your process just got a whole lot easier, faster, and more accurate. This class covers the thought process behind enhancing raster commands, shows you the fastest ways to get the job done, and helps you take the first steps toward a smarter way to use AutoCAD Raster Design, no matter which version you currently use.
See how easy it is to input data in the Coordinate Geometry Editor and run results and reports from one simple interface. Some deeds require a lot more input than the typical tools will allow, so one of the only ways to recreate some deeds is by using this COGO Editor. We will also explore some other useful COGO tools. The Mapcheck Analysis tools are a great way of checking things as well, so we will review how to use that tool.
Good old-fashioned paper drawings have a wealth of information that can complement the lifecycle of a design, and when they are scanned into a digital format, they offer potentially more than any modern data capture method. Image data is pervasive and is more often than not a prerequisite for a project, but how can you make sense of a dirty, warped scanned document? Is it the correct location, and does it have the correct geography? How can you extract intelligence from the image, thus extending the value of this existing information? AutoCAD® Raster Design software helps you to easily clean, edit, enhance, and maintain scanned drawings and plans in a familiar AutoCAD® environment. This class explores the tools that are available with AutoCAD Raster Design and how to get the most from your imagery using powerful raster editing and raster-to-vector conversion tools.
Get a jump start on your AutoCAD designs by taking advantage of existing 3D point cloud data. We will take scanning to the third dimension as we explore the power of point clouds. Learn the latest methods, trends, and workflows for bringing real-world measurements into AutoCAD software. Understand the laser scanning process and how the real world gets into AutoCAD. Explore the AutoCAD point cloud tools for attaching and managing point cloud files. Finally, expect a close analysis as well as live demonstrations of design methods for going from real-world data to native AutoCAD 2D and 3D design deliverables as we maximize the power of point clouds.
Muchos usuarios utilizan AutoCAD Civil 3D pero no conocen las ventajas de utilizar AutoCAD Map 3D y AutoCAD Raster Design, estas son aplicaciones que apoyan sus tareas diarias e incrementan sus competencias profesionales.
Los clientes que tienen Autodesk® Infraestructure Design Suite Premium 2013 utilizaran estas aplicaciones más de lo que se imaginan.
This class will show you how to use AutoCAD® Raster Design 2013 on AutoCAD® 2013 to convert poor quality scanned images to intelligent AutoCAD entities. You will learn to insert, optimize, and convert raster images to vector data using AutoCAD 2013.