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Lucy Kuhns

CI2321-L: Grid to Ground and Beyond: Advanced Surveying Lab

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Transform survey points and figures across local and assumed coordinate systems
  • Prepare accurate plans in both grid and ground measure, and identify critical measurement errors on extra-long projects
  • Add extra attribute information to points and create automatic offset stakeout points on your corridors designs
  • Automate survey reduction with field to finish best practices

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

Transformations, assumed coordinates, local coordinates, custom projections, extended point attributes, geodetic scale factors, convergence angles, high accuracy GIS, DESC key codes, GPS collection, scanner collection, field to finish automation, corridor stakeout�If any of this makes sense to you, then this is the lab to attend. We do a hands-on deep dive to explore each of these topics and you are sure to walk away amazed with the surveying and data positioning powers in Infrastructure Design Suite that you can use to your full advantage.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Lead surveyors, civil engineers, GIS and survey technicians, government and military cadastral professionals, BIM and VCD professionals who are involved in large projects; transportation and route planners; and utility transmission planners

Speakers

Speakers

Lucy Kuhns

Lucy returns to AU and Autodesk after a three year absence telling us that she needed more professional experience in the oil and gas industry and sought to add this to her extensive work resume. She began her career as a mechanical engineer, designing and testing helicopters for Hughes, off-road vehicles for Honda, and bi-modal rail equipment for a small start-up. Later she turned focus to civil engineering and land surveying and practiced in NM, AZ, and CO. Knowing that huge technology advances in engineering and surveying would set her company above the rest, she was an early adopter of CAD and GPS. Lucy first joined Autodesk in 2006 as a civil technical specialist. She is now working as an infrastructure support specialist, where she is helping enterprise customers successfully implement and use all of the latest and greatest from Autodesk.

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Published

  • 2013
  • CI2321-L
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Infrastructure Design Suite

Industries

  • Civil Infrastructure
  • Mining
  • Construction Services

Topics

  • Civil Infrastructure