Automation from Manual Walkout data – a Telecom ” last mile ” design example.
- Creating an intelligent infrastructure map
- Creating ” tiles” from large maps
- Solving ” scale change ” problems
- Enforcing drawing standards
- Changing drawing standards
- Local automation – save a few minutes at a time, all day long
- Global automation – manipulate groups of drawings unattended
- Standardizing utility blocks without losing data or formatting
- Assembling a master drawing from groups of tiled or overlay drawings
- Join linework fragments using our Line Following algorithm
- Industrial strength Cleaner solves conventional and unconventional problems
- Automatically Join, Clean and Curvefit linework from GIS sources
- Contour labeling
- Create optimized point sets for DTM use.
- Processing Large Projects
- Rubbersheeting a basemap to fit new coordinates
- Rubbersheeting one drawing to fit another (Edgematching)
- Rubbersheeting groups of drawings to fit a rubbersheeted basemap (overlays)
- Rubbersheeting in “corridor ” applications – unstable calibration
- Assembling tiled maps to make a seamless basemap (Navajo County).
- Preserving the Valve of Legacy Data (City of Lake Oswego)
- Automatic text orientation
- Enforce street naming standards with the push of a button