For one reason or another drawings sometimes need to be moved from one coordinate system (datum) to another. A classic example may be moving from a NAD 27 datum to a NAD 83. Whatever the case may be, how might one perform this translation as accurately
The September / October issue of AUGIWorld is now available for download. The cover story for this issue is “A First Good Impression”. Impression is a brand new program that Autodesk released this year which allows you to give your CAD drawings a hand sketched look.
Perhaps one of the most common GIS related tasks I am asked to help with is how to import and then elevate GIS contour data. Oftentimes this data is provided as an ESRI Shapefile, and when imported has no elevation. While GIS contour data isn’t accurate
Since I know everyone out there has joined AUGI (Autodesk User Group International) this is likely old news. Just in case you haven’t checked it out already, the latest issue of AUGIWorld (July/August) has a number of great articles in it including one from yours truly.
In observance of the “National Orange Effect Day” The CAD Geek Blog is proudly displaying the colors of Virginia Tech – Orange and Maroon. Those of us who work with geospatial data (aka GIS Data) know how incredibly valuable the data can be. Living in the digital
As Published in the March/April 2007 AUGI World Magazine Somewhere in the lifecycle of nearly every project there will come a time where quantities must be calculated. Regardless if they are a part of a review agencies requirements, or in-house needs insuring your project isn’t over