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  Load Custom Aerial imagery
Posted by: Tom.larner - 05-24-2019, 04:56 AM - Forum: Manage - Replies (1)

Possible stupid question - 
How do i load privately captured areal imagery into topodot.  I have a number of GeoTiff files which i want to overlay on the Lidar Point Cloud.  

Many thanks in advance

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  TUC '19
Posted by: Randy Allen - 05-08-2019, 03:20 PM - Forum: TopoDOT Users Conference - Replies (1)

Ok....who made it to Orlando? Who learned a ton? And who's ready to dive right into a point cloud?

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  E57 Conversion failure
Posted by: johnhalifax@aimsurveys.com - 04-27-2019, 07:04 AM - Forum: Assess - Replies (3)

Help!
I have a problem with conversion of E57 files from Riscan Pro.
When conversion starts in the progress bar it says 1/1. It should say 1/30.
I have let it run for over 4 hours and it just says not responding. It appears to be trying to create 1 massive Dot file. I have used this conversion before and never had a problem.
I have looked to try and convert direct from the RSP file but that facility no longer exists.
I have exported as LAS files but they do not work with the images.

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  New Management Sessions and New Technical Content
Posted by: jtriana - 04-02-2019, 09:02 AM - Forum: TopoDOT Users Conference - No Replies

Hi TopoDOT Family!
Make sure to register for your TUC sessions as some are getting full. Check out the recent agenda changes including the Management sessions and the Technical sessions indicated "New Content". 
Here is a full session list

To register please visit the event website

Let me know if you have any questions!
See you soon

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  Load Aerials - Int. Ft / US Ft Shift?
Posted by: Nick Dutil - 03-13-2019, 07:21 AM - Forum: Manage - Replies (1)

Good Morning - we've been dealing with this for a couple of years now, and have always just tried to scale our TopoDOT generated aerials to existing topo drawings, but we're now running into issues where we're creating aerials for preliminary work before survey data has been collected.

We work in US survey feet (State Plane coordinates).  What we're finding is that the TopoDOT generated aerial drawings are shifted, and the amount is dependent upon where the project falls in the state plane zone.  Sometimes the shift is minimal, other times it can be over 5 feet.  It doesn't appear to be an issue with our state plane definitions within the TopoDOT Aerial tool (when using 32bit), as the shift is applied no matter what coordinate system we assign to the aerial drawing.

I realize that this may be more of a MicroStation issue than a TopoDOT issue, but was hoping that someone here has run into this already, and might have some sort of procedure to get MicroStation to make this correction.

Any advice?

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  What tool/process would you learn about at TUC?
Posted by: jtriana - 03-07-2019, 01:01 PM - Forum: TopoDOT Users Conference - No Replies

TUC 19 schedule is already set but we'd live to hear from you about what new tools, processes, applications or subjects you'd like to learn about to incorporate them into our 2020 agenda!
Looking forward to your comments

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  Fit Arc (2 lines 1 point)
Posted by: Tom.larner - 03-05-2019, 09:21 AM - Forum: MicroStation Connect - Replies (1)

Seem to be getting mixed success with this command.  
Great when it works but lately it wants to make an arch in the z axis rather than in plan.  Ive played around with the ACS setting but with no result.  
Anyone had this problem and know a fix?

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  TUC19
Posted by: David Terneus - 02-28-2019, 09:33 AM - Forum: TopoDOT Users Conference - No Replies

You can find more information about TopoDOT Users Conference (TUC) 19 here: https://cvent.me/E7Kw9.

If you have any questions, everyone here at the TopoDOT team is available for you - call us, email us, or submit a thread on the forums!

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  Plotting Levels (Z Values)
Posted by: Tom.larner - 02-28-2019, 09:11 AM - Forum: MicroStation Connect - Replies (2)

Hi all, 
Quite new to TopoDOT and Microstation but slowly getting there. 

My question is around how to create and plot Z values on my line work.  Im sure its a simple thing to do but its really bugging me .  

Any help much appreciated!

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Smile TopoDot User Conference
Posted by: Randy Allen - 02-20-2019, 08:14 PM - Forum: TopoDOT Users Conference - Replies (7)

Who will be attending TUC19?

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