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Jeff Williams

GEN22118: Mapping PAVER in AutoCAD Map 3D

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Learn how to manage geospatial pavement features related to PAVER
  • Learn how to use the Pavement Toolkit to link and edit Branches, Sections, and Sample Units between AutoCAD and PAVER
  • Learn how to generate PCI and structural map documents based on PAVER data
  • Understand alternative methods for applying CAD and GIS tools to everyday problems

Description

Description

This class will cover the workflows and processes for integrating AutoCAD Map 3D software with PAVER pavement maintenance management system. We will examine the various issues involved in managing the spatial components of branches, sections, and test locations that are evaluated in PAVER and visualized in AutoCAD Map 3D software. We will showcase the use of Industry Model within AutoCAD Map 3D software as a repository for managing these pavement features. Within AutoCAD software, we will show how to use custom topology tools to validate and fix errors in the pavement geometry. And we will demonstrate how, using display maps and map layers, we can symbolize Pavement Condition Indices (PCI) and other conditions evaluated in PAVER to present pavement structures in a map layout for printing. This session features AutoCAD Map 3D.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Pavement engineer’s evaluators looking to bridge the gap between the creation, visualization and analysis of geospatial map features in AutoCAD Map 3D and pavement evaluation data store in the Pavement Maintenance Management System known as PAVER

Speakers

Speakers

Jeff Williams

Todd Thompson is a graduate of University of Florida with degrees in business administration and computer-aided drafting and design. For 18 years Thompson worked for L-3 Communications as a software developer and analyst providing services to the field of geographic information systems (GIS) in both government and commercial sectors. In 2011, Thompson joined Dynamic Software Solutions (DS2) as the product development manager. Thompson is an experienced designer, developer, and implementer of solutions utilizing AutoCAD Map 3D software and AutoCAD Civil 3D, plus InfraWorks software, 3ds Max software, and Revit software. Capitalizing on his many years of experience in GIS software development and integration, Thompson works to meet DS2 customer needs while making their visions reality. DS2 provides full-lifecycle software engineering, applications development, and IT management to the United States Department of Defense, and to federal and commercial clients. The firm specializes in geospatial mapping and analysis software solutions.

Todd Thompson

Todd Thompson is a graduate of University of Florida with degrees in Business Administration and Computer Aided Drafting and Design. For 18 years, Mr. Thompson worked for L-3 communication as a software developer and analyst providing services to field of Geographical Information Systems (GIS) in both government and commercial sectors. In 2011, he joined an exceptional team of developers and integrators as the Product Development Manager for Dynamic Software Solutions, Inc. (DS2). Mr. Thompson is an experienced designer, developer, and implementer of solutions utilizing AutoCAD Map 3D and Civil, plus Infraworks, 3DSMax, and Revit. Leveraging his many years of experience in GIS software development and integration, Mr. Thompson works to meet DS2 customer needs while making their vision reality. DS2 provides full life-cycle software engineering, applications development, and IT management to DOD, federal, and commercial clients. They specializes in Geospatial mapping and analysis software solutions.

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Published

  • 2016
  • GEN22118
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • AutoCAD Map 3D

Industries

  • Engineering Service Providers
  • Civil Infrastructure

Topics

  • AutoCAD and General Design
  • Civil Feature Workflows