A little less than a week, I begin to feel the stress of an ArcGIS course, of those who come out who knows whereWhat do you accept, do not you know? when, and that suddenly you are already committed.
It is a group of enthusiasts who do not want to complicate with unknown software, who have the money and hope to integrate ArcGIS. For a moment I wanted to offer you other options, but in this case, ArcGIS is the best option for you, due to a number of circumstances, including the availability of manuals and the time I don't have for a longer course.
They require integrating a cadastral system, which I see includes files with succulent topological cleaning. It gave me satisfaction to know that these maps were built by the person who taught me Microstation a few years ago, hence the dirt they have is the product of crazy maintenance and innocence in not applying the Historical. This would make it easier to know where the changes and possible topological errors are.
For now, I have made them a diet proposal, because neither they have, nor do I have the time, especially if you have to travel a couple of hours. In two weekends the classroom training will be covered, with tasks for the week and a support of two weeks via Gmail chat.
In addition, it will be necessary to give you a step-by-step tutorial of the most common 7 routines, among which has been identified:
- CAD data integration
- Integration into the database
- Analysis with other layers for planning
- Cadastral maintenance
- Generating maps for printing
- Interaction with Google Earth
There I will tell you how I am doing, for now I have demanded that they have the machines ready and send me examples of the data to be conforming the geodatabase. And if all goes well, maybe those step-by-step tutorials and support tips will end up loaded on this blog.