2-day 3D Modelling and Mapping for Site Engineers (Trimble Business Centre)

Learn everything a Site Engineer needs to know about TBC. We start at the basics from general settings and commands and gradually build up to working at an advanced level. You will learn how to bring in and export your surveys and use that data to produce professional 3D models and drawings. You will receive 3 months free 'Community' SOFC membership and you will be issued with a CITB certificate on completion of this course.

Live online events

2 days, 09:00 AM GMT - 04:00 PM GMT

Online

  • £395.00 incl. VAT

2 days, 09:00 AM GMT - 04:00 PM GMT

Online

  • £329.17 incl. VAT

Description

Learning Outcomes By the end of the course, delegates will be able to:

  • Describe the characteristics of different file types (e.g. DWG, DXF, DTM, CSV, LandXML)
  • Import data from the total station
  • Create tables of relevant data
  • Use CAD tools effectively
  • Retrospectively attribute codes to points or recode points
  • Create Cut/Fill colourised models and create the cute/fill line for setting out purposes
  • Export model information for use in Leica/ Topcon/Trimble machine control
  • Annotate levels
  • Georeference surveys and data
  • Create annotated sections
  • Select points from an electronic file and export them to a setting out schedule
  • Create a contoured plan
  • Compare volumes between subsequent surveys e.g. of stockpiles and to datum levels
  • Retrospectively insert or edit break lines
  • Carry out visual checks on 3D models
  • Produce a level difference model and create a ‘heat map’ (aka isopachyte) of as-built Vs design levels
  • Isolate relevant information
  • Check and convert units
  • Export compatible files of data for use in field controllers and machine control systems including strings, polylines and design surfaces
  • Describe the potential technical and contractual pitfalls of working with electronic information as opposed to hard copy drawings
  • Create drawings and deliverables and present them correctly

Prerequisites

This course is aimed at people who;

  • Are confident using GNSS and/or total station equipment
  • Have a working knowledge of 3D coordinate geometry 
  • Have basic computer literacy 

Have a look at our other courses if you do not have one or more of the above to get you started.