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Course Overview

This AutoCAD Map 3D instructional class acquaints understudies with drawing-based and geospatial includes inside the AutoCAD® Map 3D programming.

Understudies find out about the highlights and elements of the AutoCAD Map 3D programming, including how to make, oversee, and delineate. The instructional class covers the crucial subjects of the AutoCAD Map 3D programming.

In the wake of finishing this AutoCAD Map 3D preparing, you will have the capacity to:

  • Portray the Autodesk Map 3D UI.
  • Make and alter geometry.
  • Connection and oversee drawing-based characteristic information.
  • Utilize protest grouping.
  • Interface with geospatial highlights.
  • Alter geospatial highlights.
  • Import and fare drawing-based information.
  • Work with raster pictures.
  • Work with source illustrations.
  • Utilize source drawing questions.
  • Adapt illustrations and geospatial highlights.
  • Plot maps.
  • Utilize Survey Data.
  • Utilize Lidar Data.
  • Work with Industry Models.

AutoCAD Map 3D Essentials

Chapter 1: Getting Started

  • Lesson: AutoCAD Map 3D User Interface

Chapter 2: Creating and Editing Geometry

  • Lesson: Using Coordinate Geometry
  • Lesson: Performing Drawing Cleanup

Chapter 3: Linking and Managing Drawing-Based Attribute Data

  • Lesson: Creating and Attaching Object Data
  • Lesson: Editing and Managing Object Data
  • Lesson: Creating Dynamic Annotation
  • Lesson: Connecting to a Database
  • Lesson: Defining a Link Template and Linking Records to Objects
  • Lesson: Using Database Information in a Drawing

Chapter 4: Using Object Classification

  • Lesson: Setting Up Object Classifications
  • Lesson: Classify, Select, and Create Classified Objects

Chapter 5: Importing and Exporting Drawing-Based Data

  • Lesson: Importing and Exporting Data
  • Chapter 6: Establishing a Geospatial Environment
  • Lesson: Connecting to a Feature Source
  • Lesson: Using Coordinate Systems
  • Lesson: Working with Point Data
  • Lesson: Query Features on Connect

Chapter 7: Editing Features

  • Lesson: Editing Feature Attributes and Geometry
  • Lesson: Moving Data Between DWG Objects and FDO Features
  • Lesson: Merging and Splitting Features
  • Lesson: Enhanced Data Exchange

Chapter 8: Working with Raster Images

  • Lesson: Inserting Raster Images
  • Lesson: Modifying Inserted Raster Image Properties and Behavior
  • Lesson: Connecting to Raster Images
  • Lesson: Working with DEM Files

Chapter 9: Working with Source Drawings

  • Lesson: Attaching Source Drawings
  • Lesson: Working with Coordinate Systems

Chapter 10: Using Source Drawing Queries

  • Lesson: Define Property and Location Queries
  • Lesson: Altering Properties During Queries
  • Lesson: Using the Query Library
  • Lesson: Save Back to Queried Drawings

Chapter 11: Stylizing Drawings and Feat

  • ures
  • Lesson: About the Display Manager
  • Lesson: Stylizing FDO Features

Chapter 12: Plotting Maps

  • Lesson: Prepare a Layout Sheet for Review
  • Lesson: Map Books

Chapter 13: Survey Data

  • Lesson: Creating Survey Data Stores
  • Lesson: Working with Survey Data Stores

Chapter 14: Industry Models

  • Lesson: Open, Edit, and Create an Industry Model

Appendix A: Additional Exercises

  • Lesson: Point Clouds
  • This instructional class is intended for the understudy who is new to the AutoCAD Map 3D programming. It is prescribed that you have a working information of the accompanying:
  • Making, opening, and sparing illustration records, changing the show of an illustration by zooming and panning, showing and docking toolbars, sparing and reestablishing named sees, utilizing object snaps, and overseeing layers and controlling layer perceivability.
  • Microsoft® Windows® programming. Before taking this course, understudies need a decent working aptitude level in the AutoCAD programming. At least 80 long periods of work involvement with the AutoCAD programming is prescribed.