Jump On Civil 3D Blog

A blog about Civil 3D method and practice, Civil 3D Templates, Civil 3D Styles, Civil 3D Management, and Civil 3D customization

 

Lots of Survey and civil engineering design firms love our  InstantOn Basic and Jump Kit products because they reduce for them lots of the upfront work it takes to get AutoCAD Civil 3D producing real work in many releases. The Survey functionality inside C3D and IOB has vastly improved in the last couple of releases. The “I like IOB” by Survey folks always leads to questions…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags track, points, figures, survey, survey db, QA, QC, implementation, Project Management

People tend to ring me up and ask the same stuff over and over. (Like things really change between releases or something ;). That’s a good thing for me and I trust for them too. Posts are often a somewhat imperfect answer to the issue at hand and maybe help get us on the right track.

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People at Autodesk must be read my mind.
I do a post on Imagery in AutoCAD Civil 3D 2013 on one day and the very next day Autodesk Labs announces a brand new Imagery technology preview for AutoCAD Civil 3D 2013 and AutoCAD Map 3D 2013.
Honestly, I didn't cheat - not even one little bit.

Base Jump into Images and More

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags imagery, aerials, Project Basejump

The DTMC (Design Technology Management Conference) from last year evolved into the new and larger Autodesk University Leadership Forum at this year's AU. 

A larger More Business focused and Manager's Conference at AU 2011 is high on my list for great expectations.
The AULF schedule leaves lots of time for the participants to chat things up. Based on the sign ups I've seen, the group of…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags AU, AU2011, Autodesk University, management, Project Management

At this years AU 2011 Leadership Forum I'm hosting a session called

Outliers on the Road to Extremistan

"Does the “80/20 rule” actually apply to the context of human effort, results, and reward?
The basic math would mean that only 1% produce 50% of the results…

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