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CAD and GIS integration

Hassan A. Karimi

CAD and GIS integration

by Hassan A. Karimi

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Published by Auerbach Publications in Boca Raton .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementeditors, Hassan A. Karimi and Burcu Akinci
Classifications
LC ClassificationsG70.28 .C33 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24519960M
ISBN 109781420068054
LC Control Number2009025801

  Don has 26 years of CAD/GIS/Engineering integration experience and is currently the technical product manager for CAD interoperability at ESRI, Redlands CA. He has a degree in Civil Engineering and has worked in Municipal Engineering, with two different State Transportation Departments, for a Civil Engineering software company, and as the Sr. Overlaying CAD data with your spatial data is a quick way to add read-only content to your map document. With minimal setup and without converting the source data, you can include a drawing's features and attribute information with your analysis using common ArcGIS for Desktop tools and workflows.

CMMS Integration Cityworks Atlas Book As-built Viewer CIS Integration Dig-Alert Dig Smart Mobile GIS Cluster Server ArcSDE Storage AVL GPS Insight E-facility book Dashboard Viewer Business Analysis for Mobile GIS System Architecture Design cess Data tions tial s tion CAD Shapefile Personal Geodatabase Enterprise. Both industries (GIS and CAD) have become more integrated. Surveyors, Engineers and Designers are utilizing GIS data during planning stages and for bid preparation. GIS data is free (mostly) and readily accessible. GIS analysts are absorbing as-built CAD data for generating database layers.

INTRODUCTION. This section provides an overview of the purpose and methodology for this research effort. It provides background information about Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Computer-Aided Design (CAD), explains how transportation agencies use GIS and CAD together, presents the distinction between software interoperability and integration, and . I am supposed to integrate CAD files and different GIS layers in a project (as a job interview) in ArcGis. I am writing to know whether there will be any special consideration regarding to this procedure which should be taken into an account that effect the accuracy.


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