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There won’t be ArcGIS 9.4

In one of my crazy predictions for this 2010, I mentioned my doubt that ESRI would dare to make a version named 9.4, and indeed, it has been commented that the next version will be called ArcGIS 10, and will be available in the second half of 2010. In several places it has been mentioned, […]
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TatukGIS Viewer… a great viewer

For now is one of the better (if not the best) CAD / GIS data viewers I’ve seen, practical and free. Tatuk is a product line born in Poland; just a few days ago it was announced TatukGIS Viewer version 2. Other viewers If we value the free programs of other brands, provided to view […]
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CAD, GIS… or both?

… Selling capabilities of what free software does is more difficult than to convince an official to commit a felony punishable (piracy) for what expensive software doesn’t do. Bentley has recently launched a campaign to promote Bentley Map, using as an argument, it is not necessary to be thinking separately if they can be handled […]
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eGeomate: here among us

This week, apart from waiting a new nanny for my children, I had the opportunity to meet a blog’s friend who contacted me before I came to this land and told me he wanted an interview for personal purposes. I was flattered to know that from a couple of flown hours he reads me and […]
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Bentley Cadastre: differences with Bentley Map and Power Map

From MicroStation Geographics in 2004 it was launched the project known as XFM, which within the same V8 dgn format included XML capabilities. After the 8.9 version known as XM Bentley discontinued, Geographics launches Bentley Map, a different smoked regarding the handling of data, but with the same logic operation. Migrating is now indisputable, for […]
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This is my last post

After almost three years of existence of the Geofumadas Blog, 813 entries and 2,504 comments, after a difficult month of stressful situations, it seems that everything ends up settling. This life is so, all the passions are often temporary, and this, it seems that has come to an end. Among the topics that made me […]
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eGeomate: Predictions 2010: GIS Software

TRANSLATION NOTE: Please read the comments at the end of the post to clarify the real meaning of some terms. ——– A couple of days, at the warmth of a stick coffee (Spanish Idiom: “café de palo” a kind of coffee entirely prepared at home without any electrical artifact) made by my mother-in-law, we did […]
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Bentley Geopak, first impression

Similar (not much) to what AutoDesk Civil 3D offers, Geopak is a series of Bentley applications for Civil Engineering for making works for surveying, digital terrain models, design of roads and some geotechnical tasks. Although we know, the latter will be catapulted after the acquisition of gINT Software. RunningGeopak Once installed, it is not created […]
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gvSIG: 21 CAD tools

A common weakness in specialty GIS programs is its limitation to construct data with the ease that offers CAD-oriented tools. Gradually, the gap is narrowing, although it is questionable whether the GIS has had an improvement in their ability to build or CAD have implemented variants such as Bentley Geospatial Map and AutoCAD Map. gvSIG […]
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Create a TIN digital model with Bentley Site

Bentley Site is one of the tools include within the package known as Bentley Civil (Geopak).  In this case we’re going to see how to create a terrain model based on an existing 3D map. 1.  The data I’m using a file in three dimensions, which contains a triangulated model in which each object is […]
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Geographics: Installing a local Project

TRANSLATION NOTE: Please refer to the end of the post for knowing more about some Centro American Dishes and drinks. ——— The case occurred in a project where the central database was Oracle, but for doing cadastral maintenance at municipalities level or public exhibitions features base was required in order to edit maps while offline. […]
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Caceres’ GIS

This is one of the projects that became a finalist for the award of the Be Inspired 2009 in the category of Cadastre and Land Development. They also made a presentation which was in charge of Luis Antonio Alvarez and Faustino Cordero, with a very good PPS presentation, videos and also a printed map. The […]
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Be Inspired 2009 winners

This is the first release in the Be Inspired format, of what once were the Bentley Empowered (BE Awards). From thematic axes they have become to best practices, focusing more on the relevance of the process itself. Bentley has already issued the formal list of winners; I will put my efforts in nothing more than […]
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I-model, the new Bentley bet

For a moment I had my doubts, if Bentley was talking about a new format to replace the dgnV8, then, I thought it was a kind of compressed format like the kmz with Google Earth kml. Many months ago I did a post, wanting to assume the meaning of the “i” in the V8i, after […]
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The software value

The price is in the box, the cost in our motivation, the utility in the use we give it, the value in our appreciation. This is a rather sensitive issue depending on the point of view of the one who is giving his opinion, on what he works at, and on the one who pays […]
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How to work on the boundary of two UTM zones

We often face the problem of working within the limits of the UTM zone, having a lot of problems (Spanish Idiom: “ver a palitos” to have a problem of difficult solving) because the coordinates do not work there. The reason of the problem Some time ago I explained how the UTM, coordinates operate, here I […]
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The Be Inspired …

Wonderfully… The pair of tears Keith Bentley engulfed in the morning, telling us about his beginnings… worth the trip. Presentations of nominees are performed by now.
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TopoCAD, more than Topo, more than CAD

TopoCAD is a basic but comprehensive solution for surveying, CAD drawing and engineering design, although it does more than that in a development that has taken more than 15 years after his birth in Sweden. Now it is all over the world in 12 languages and 70 countries but does not seem to have achieved […]
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