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"2019 FLUG Training Conference Agenda"


Friday Oct. 11, 2019 Workshops

8:00AM - 4:15PM

Horizon

Friday Workshop - $125

* F-1-H

Intermediate - Expert

PDH Credits : 6

Seats Available: 22.000000

* FDOT Design and 3D Modeling with Plans Development for OpenRoads Designer (Repeat)

Building on the original FDOT 3D Design and Roadway Modeling Course, this workshop incorporates both 3D modeling and plans development for the new FDOTConnect workspace for Bentley OpenRoads Designer Connect Edition.

*** Please Note the Friday workshop will begin at 8:00am and finish at 4:15pm to allow the full 6 hours of training.

OpenRoads Team - FDOT

FDOT OpenRoads

8:30AM - 12:00PM

Seahorse

Friday Workshop - $100

* F-1-SH

Novice - Expert

PDH Credits : 3

Seats Available: 10

* Creating Reality Models and Integrating them into Civil Designs

In this workshop you will learn how to build a reality model using ContextCapture from photogrammetry. Civil users will gain valuable insight into the accuracy level provided from these models. The user will learn to include ground control on a captured roadway project and access detailed reports attesting to accuracy. Learn what it takes to generate a survey accurate reality model for use in civil design projects. Next, you will work with disparate data aligning spatially referenced information to generate a working design for volume comparison between various models all within the Open Roads environment.

Kurt Rasmussen - Bentley

Reality Modeling

8:30AM - 12:00PM

Sandcastle I

Friday Workshop - $100

* F-1-SC I

Novice - Expert

PDH Credits : 3

Seats Available: 15

* TopoDOT – Feature Extraction – Newer and Important Tools – Best Practices / Q&A

This hands-on workshop will explore the latest techniques of feature extraction for topography mapping and asset collection using TopoDOT. We will also answer your questions on processing with TopoDOT in this live Q&A session on best practices and feature extraction workflows.

Michael Cook - TopoDOT

LiDAR

8:30AM - 12:00PM

Sandcastle II

Friday Workshop - $100

* F-1-SC II

Intermediate - Expert

PDH Credits : 3

Seats Available: 15

* Autodesk Civil 3D: Advanced Subassemblies – Using General & Conditionals

This course is intended for Experienced and Advanced users that want to maximize Corridor creation. The Focus will be the use of the Conditional Subassemblies. These often overlooked subassemblies work as “If / Than” statements. Used correctly, a Corridor can automatically choses layout options based upon configuration. You will learn how to Crate, Control and Understand these amazing tools in multiple scenarios

In this hands-on course will cover many topics, which include:
o Ditch / Channel
o Roadway: Shoulders and Medians
o Cut/Fill options
o Land Development

Leo Lavayen - ASI + IMAGINiT Technologies

Civil 3D

1:30PM - 3:45PM

Sandcastle I

Friday Workshop - $75

* F-2-SC I

Novice - Expert

PDH Credits : 2

Seats Available: 6.000000

* Creating and Manipulating the Corridor

In this course, you will create a roadway corridor and then explore the many tools and techniques to edit and manipulate the corridor.

Sonya Pieterse - Bentley

OpenRoads

1:30PM - 3:45PM

Seahorse

Friday Workshop - $75

F-2-SH

Novice - Intermediate

PDH Credits Available : N/A

Seats Available: 15

QuickStart for Survey

An introduction to surveys in OpenRoads Designer. Most projects begin and end with survey. This course will get you started processing data files, reviewing the resulting data and performing simple edits. We will also discuss the project tree, how the terrain is linked to the processed data and how to produce a final package for delivery.

Ray Filipiak - Bentley

Survey

1:30PM - 3:45PM

Sandcastle II

Friday Workshop - $75

* F-2-SC II

Intermediate - Expert

PDH Credits : 2

Seats Available: 15

* Site and Residential Grading with Civil 3D

The old days of tissue paper seemed to have died with Civil 3D software, or have they? The mentality and methods used to grade are often using the computer as a sketch tool. We will look at how to use Civil 3D software to provide us with information and grade our site and subdivision efficiently and with a well-defined model. We will learn about feature lines, grading groups, grading objects, corridors, and surface editing.

Ken Driscol - Applied Software

Civil 3D

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