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Top 60, the most searched of egeomate 2008

Here is the list of the 60 most popular words in egeomate (geofumadas in Spanish) in this 2008 year: 1. Own brand (1%) This is the keyword for which have reached more visits, usually used by those who already know the blog, who did not attend nor have read rss in their favorites, and not […]
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Who Moved My Cheese?

I like Geoinformatics so much, cause besides being a magazine with a great layout appeal; the contents are very good in geospatial. Today has been announced the release of April, where I have taken some texts highlighted in red to motivate a luscious reading. In earlier versions I did a summary for them, today I’ve […]
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QCad, AutoCAD alternative for Linux and Mac

As we know, AutoCAD can run on Linux under Wine or Citrix, but this time I’ll show you a tool that can be an inexpensive solution for Linux, Windows or Mac. This is QCad, a solution developed by RibbonSoft since 1999, and that has achieved sufficient experience as to be adopted by companies seeking to […]
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Engineering projects with AutoCAD Civil 3D

It’s one of the most complete Spanish resources I’ve seen on Civil 3D; I’ve realized this through the Cartesia Forum and I think that, with AUGI’s resources as a complement, is almost enough to learn Civil 3D. It has been promoted by ApliCAD, who built the entire document with the contribution of Neus Ros (Geodesy […]
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Preparing for my trip to Houston

Yesterday was another such invitations filled with great satisfaction when mentioned are paid expenses for travel and stay. So I’m… happy although life not always smiles, a Google Earth, Google Search and AdSense give good times to a fuckin blog as Geofumadas. I will be by Houston in the week of 6 to 14 June […]
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Incredible Questions on technologies CAD / GIS

You must be behind Google Analytics statistics to see some amazing questions or spend time on Yahoo Answers to keep our humor’s sense. I could respond to each of them but my irony is dangerous and become worst if this is a scheduled post via WordPress and Live Writer while I’m traveling. 1. How do […]
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The most important thing today, and in 60 years

I am leaving to a journey; it’s those kinds of trips that are very long. I left you in the company of Live Writer where I have something scheduled for the fidelity of the readers but I want to take advantage of the time for these trips is when I get nostalgic at the third […]
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Civil 3D topographic data

This Wednesday, April 15, 2009 will be a new Civil3D web cast on the management of topographic data among which includes data downloading, surfaces’ generation and cross sections. To do this you need to sign in, have a respectable connection, and meet between 12 and 13. Import, design and exportation of topographic data with AutoCAD […]
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Connect to the data, AutoCAD Map – Bentley Map

In this post I want to make a comparative between the access’ ways to a database with geospatial platforms from Autodesk and Bentley. I’ve used for this: AutoDesk Civil 3D 2008 (which includes AutoCAD Map) Bentley Map V8i AutoCAD Civil 3D 2008 Bentley Map V8i Connect to: File, connect to Data… Connect to: Settings, database, […]
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Accrediting cadastre service providers

In the next three weeks we’ll be conducting a training workshop aimed at creating service providers for a project that will perform cadastre in 65 municipalities. The goal is to accredit the technicians who will be hired by municipalities to implement projects that not only include strengthening in the cadastre area but also in financial […]
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2 good egeomates and others at the flight

Preparing to take my daughter to the dentist, and spend a long weekend I’m leaving some interesting links. The first ones are two interesting egeomates (Spanish Idiom: “geofumadas”, in this case ideas) that I recommend to look carefully, and then some contents for those who are seeking healthy readings on Friday night Blom, Visual Inteligence: […]
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Digital terrain model in Google Earth

Valery Hronusov is the kml2kml application creator; it is interesting that today has published a note in which Google recommends it, strange but not so, knowing what makes this application that only weighs 1 MB. Some time ago I talked about how to do something like this with AutoCAD, and also with ContouringGE. Let’s see […]
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The names of AutoCAD’s 2010 project

In Between the lines has been published the names of the various AutoCAD’s 2010 version projects; it is often used a nickname while the version receives a number to be released. When we are invited to participate as testers, this is the name by which we’re invited … and most times, reflects the project’s manager […]
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egeomate, a month, a post

If I have to recommend a post per month, this would be the result June 2007 How Google Earth does change our world? July Google Earth for land use? August A love history for geomatics September How precise are images of Google Earth October A projection not based on tables November AutoCAD and its 25 […]
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Bentley Cadastre, Schema wizard

In an earlier post, I’ve spoken about Bentley Cadastre’s logic and origin, which itself is a Bentley map oriented application for plot management that takes advantage of xfm infrastructure and topological control. In my opinion, Bentley’s Cadastre implementation occupies an alien smoke (a Spanish idiom: “fumada extraterrestre”) in case of walking from scratch; it may […]
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Comparison between CAD software

As there is a comparison between computer geographic information systems (GIS) solutions, also on the Wikipedia there is a table for the CAD tools aimed at what we know as AEC (architecture, engineering and construction) There are usually outdated University teachers who tell students that setting Wikipedia as bibliography source is to lower our work’s level; but […]
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From Excel to AutoCAD, more easier than ever

We had already discussed this before, more over, we had done a summary of the best, but I couldn’t avoid the temptation to speak about one simplest version a Cartesia’s Forum user had uploaded precisely today. It’s a simple Excel spreadsheet with columns for entering data, dot’s name and xyz coordinates, perfect for points’ management. […]
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Designing a Solar Plant with AutoCAD Civil 3D

It has been announced a webcast where we can learn about AutoCAD Civil 3D’s applications to solar plants.  This will be on March 26, 2009 at noon (12:00 or 13:00 hours, according to Madrid time, I guess). The webcast content includes: The creation of a digital terrain model (MDT). An MDT analysis using longitudinal and […]
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