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In this recent webinar the Trimble Access and Trimble Business Centre product team went through how to leverage Trimble Geospatial software to turn a road corridor design into a constructible model. First using an existing alignment to design a corridor in Trimble Business Center (TBC) software and then, uploading it to Trimble Connect to import into the Trimble® Access™ Roads module. Different types of road corridor creation methods—such as a surface and alignment or strings and an alignment—were shown in TBC and then leveraged into different road design data for Trimble Access. Fig 1: Creating an alignment The team demonstrated: ...
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Use the Surface inspection feature to compare an asbuilt scan to a reference surface, such as a horizontal, inclined, or vertical planes, cylinder, imported surface file or other scans. The Surface inspection Cogo function calculates the distance to the reference surface for each point in the selected scan(s) and creates an inspection point cloud. Points in the inspection point cloud are color-coded to provide immediate visual feedback between the point cloud and the reference surface. When inspecting a brick facade, for example, you will be able to see whether any sections of the facade are showing signs of movement off vertical. Users can define ...
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