There are more and better CAD functions in the new version. Among other things, there is now object focus where you quickly mark the object you are working with and the rest of the map is shaded or not displayed at all, depending on the setting you selected.
A delivery button allows you to choose what you want to deliver from the topx file, such as external references, control codes, project settings, etc., and is then saved in a new folder.
A new function for moving the scale bar and north arrow in the drawing sheet is requested and is now in place. You can also create a new line type that contains circles.
Now, importing KML files is possible. An improved IFC import with filter function and link incoming metadata to the own attributes. The attributes can also have metadata.
A useful feature is Compare layers to layers in the drawing, where you can choose to delete or import the differences, for example.
A really cool function is that it is now possible to pour water on a terrain model. Topocad shows which direction the water takes and where the ponds are formed.
In the section template there is a new smart function for testing the section template, where you can simulate how a terrain will look.
Find trees in point clouds in the new version Topocad 19.2!
Calculate the number of trees in your point cloud, get heights from current terrain model (or point cloud) when, for example, you draw a polyline, open all documents from the last session, merge two profiles and a brand new module for VA jobs – these are just a few of all the functions in the new version of Topocad!
Drones facilitates keeping the map database of Vänersborg up to date
Working with a drone is very effective. That’s what Map- and measurement engineer Cecilia Eriksson, at Vänersborg municipality, deem. The drone compliments other equipment and makes it possible to easily update the map database when the demand on accuracy isn’t that high.
Vänersborg is a very attractive municipality. A sign of that is the lively housing market.