Imagine if you could visualize your 3D design data in the real world, even though it only exists as a design model. Trimble® recently introduced SiteVision™ which is a user-friendly outdoor augmented reality system that brings your 3D design data to life so you can visualize, explore and understand the impact of your design in the real world.
SiteVision combines hardware and software in an integrated, lightweight handheld or pole-mounted solution.
This video is a recording of Seiler Design Solutions monthly webinar series titled "Using the Autodesk Connector for ArcGIS Online in Civil 3D 2020.1" which was broadcast on Friday, October 25, 2019.
In this webinar, Seiler Design Solutions will demonstrate the organization, curation and use of GIS data utilizing the Autodesk Connector for ArcGIS Online. This data can be imported into your Civil 3D design as true civil objects. Data from the completed project can be published back to ArcGIS Online to make our finished design information available to other projects or maps.
Seiler Design Solutions presents the fourth in a series of videos featuring the Autodesk Connector for ArcGIS Online and how the data can be used in Autodesk Products.
In this video, we will show you how you can connect to and upload data from Civil 3D to ArcGIS Online, copying standard Civil 3D object properties to the online GIS layers. This data can be used by GIS Professionals in their maps and analyses and can be accessed by other design professionals for future design work.
In this video, Seiler Design Solutions presents the third in a series of videos featuring the Autodesk Connector for ArcGIS Online and how the data can be used in Autodesk Products.
In this video, we will show you how you can create gravity pipe network Civil 3D data objects in Civil 3D 2020.1. We will connect to ArcGIS Online data that contain both pipe and structure layers with attributes we can map to standard Civil 3D pipe network attributes. We can fill in any missing data with default values allowing us to get a start in creating pipe networks for analysis or design.
In this video, Seiler Design Solutions presents the second in a series of videos featuring the Autodesk Connector for ArcGIS Online and how the data can be used in Autodesk Products.
In this video, we will show you how you can create Civil 3D data objects in Civil 3D 2020.1. We can create parcel data, alignments, COGO points, feature lines and more with data that is curated from your own ArcGIS Online account, or publicly available data from others and the ESRI Living Atlas. In the next video, we will continue with Civil 3D and create pipe networks from this data.
Autodesk has just released Civil 3D 2020.1 Update for download. You can download and install this update via your Autodesk Account or from the Autodesk Desktop App. Full release notes can be viewd at THIS LINK.
This update contains several bug fixes and product enhancements. Bug fixes include major fixes to the following items:
Seiler Design Solutions recently hosted a webinar on "Using GIS data in your engineering designs with Civil 3D and Map 3D". Thank you to all those who attended. We hope that you gained some valuable information you can use in your engineering desing workflows.
If you missed out on our webinar, you can view a recording of it below.
In this webinar, Seiler Design Solutions demonstrates a few common ways in which GIS data can be utilized in your engineering designs.
You have GIS contour data of a site in .SHP file format. You import the data into your design only to find out it is in 2D. How do you turn this 2D data into 3D data easily to create a Civil 3D surface
In the linked video, I will use Map 3D tools from within Civil 3d and show you how to import 2D contour data from a shapefile into a drawing, query the data to another drawing to elevate the imported polylines and finally create a Civil 3D surfrace from this data.