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[QGIS 2.x] Positionnement du bloc carte pour un atlas

Bonjour,

Ma question n'est pas simple à résumer, donc le titre semble assez flou. Voilà en quelque mots mon problème :
Je travaille sur une commune nouvelle qui est compos√©e de 6 anciennes communes. Par habitude, les √©lus souhaitent avoir un rendu en fonction de ces anciennes communes. Pas de souci, j'ai mes contours d'anciennes communes et des identifiants clairs dans chaque couche utile afin de ne faire appara√ģtre que les √©l√©ments voulus sur chaque (√† l'aide du style par ensemble de r√®gle, je n'affiche que les donn√©es concernant la commune cibl√©e dans la planche d'atlas en cours).

Mon rendu se fait sous la forme d'un atlas, format A0 modifi√© (1300 * 900), avec un cartouche (format A4 contenant les informations, d'√©chelle,...), des marges de 3,5mm sur chaque c√īt√©,... Pour la cr√©ation de mon atlas j'utilise une couche de points contenant : Le nom de la commune (c'est aussi le nom de ma feuille d'atlas), l'orientation souhait√©e (utile lorsque je n'ai pas de cartouche), la largeur de mon espace cartographique, la hauteur de mon espace cartographique, l'√©chelle de visualisation, la largeur de l'emprise g√©ographique, la hauteur de l'emprise g√©ographique, la rotation (ou non) de mon espace cartographique (pivoter le bloc complet permet de faire suivre les √©tiquettes), la rotation (ou non) de la carte dans le bloc cartographique (si je ne faisais que tourner la carte dans son bloc, les √©tiquettes resteraient orient√©es vers le bas du bloc de carte, et ce m√™me si j'applique une r√®gle de rotation aux √©tiquettes depuis le menu de style), la position en X de mon espace cartographique, la position en Y de mon espace cartographique.

Le probl√®me c'est que certaines communes rendent bien en paysage et d'autres en portrait. Mais le malheur avec mon cartouche (celui de mon entreprise en fait) c'est qu'il m'a fallu du temps pour le concevoir en paysage, et c'est la gal√®re de le passer en portrait (en sachant que tout doit pivoter de 90¬į). Du coup il m'est arriv√© de "tricher" et d'utiliser la fonction de rotation du bloc de carte pour faire rentrer ma carte comme il faut dans mon A0.
Seulement voilà, avec un Atlas les choses se compliquent considérablement...
Si je ne fais que pivoter, mon espace cartographique dépasse de ma feuille, mais ça se corrige facilement en modifiant les dimensions de l'espace cartographique, donc pas de problème ici.
En revanche, d√®s que je change de planche mon espace cartographique se met √† se balader et ne se trouve plus l√† o√Ļ il devrait √™tre. J'ai donc impos√© un emplacement √† mon espace cartographique (la r√©f√©rence √©tant le coin en haut √† gauche du bloc). Du coup la position X / Y est de 3,5 / 3,5 lorsque j'ai une visualisation paysage, mais le coin en haut √† gauche se trouve d√©plac√© lorsque je souhaite afficher une carte en portrait, et la position X / Y deviens alors 1296,5 / 3,5. Le souci c'est que malgr√© cette r√®gle, le composeur n'arrive pas √† me placer correctement mon espace cartographique. En fait, il y parviens 50% du temps. Pourtant lorsque je suis en manuel, il me suffit de placer une valeur (pas forc√©ment la bonne) dans les param√®tres de position du bloc et il se remet en place comme il devrait l'√™tre.

Savez-vous d'o√Ļ peut venir ce probl√®me ? Est-ce que j'en demande trop √† QGIS peut-√™tre ?

Je vous remercie d'avance d'avoir pris le temps de me lire (j'espère que c'est compréhensible) et vous remercie d'avance pour vos réponses.

PS : pour le travail que j'ai à faire je suis pressé, mais je n'ai que quelque communes qui n'ont pas fonctionné comme je le souhaitait. Du coup je vais le faire à la main pour cette fois, mais la réponse m'intéresse tout de même car je serais (rapidement) amené à refaire ce genre de manipulations, mais à l'échelle de communautés de communes (environ 20 communes à chaque fois, donc c'est plus lent à la main !).

PSbis : Cette question a également été posée sur le forum Géorezo.
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[QGIS 3.x] Calcul de superposition de polygones et de lignes dans un même raster

Bonjour,

Je dispose d'une couche polygonale avec de nombreuses entités qui se superposent ainsi que d'une couche linéaire.
Je cherche à savoir combien de polygones et de lignes se superposent à un même endroit.
Comment puis-je calculer cette superposition?
Est-il possible de construire un raster me permettant de savoir combien de polygones se superposent dans chaque pixel mais également combien de lignes traversent chaque pixel? Et si oui, pouvez-vous m'indiquer comment?

Je vous remercie pour votre aide.

Bonne journée,

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[QGIS 3.x] Suppression de "presque doublons"

Bonjour à tous,

J'ai donc une couche d'entr√©e contenant 300 000 donn√©es. L'un de ces champs ("Nom") est un champ texte contenant environ 300 cha√ģnes de caract√®res diff√©rentes. Quand j'affiche toutes les donn√©es sur la carte, on n'y voit plus rien car elles se recouvrent toutes les unes les autres.

Je cherche donc à supprimer les données ayant la même valeur dans un champ texte si ces données sont trop proches géographiquement.

Pour essayer d'automatiser le nettoyage des données, j'ai essayé en utilisant le modeleur de traitements.
- Je crée d'abord une matrice de distance pour cette couche.
- Ensuite, je sélectionne dans cette matrice toutes les distances inférieures à une certaine valeur (nommons la D).
- Je joins ensuite à la matrice la valeur du champ "Nom" correspondant à chaque ID de la matrice.
- Je me retrouve avec une table de type "InputID","TargetID", "Distance", "NomID1", "NomID2".
- Je sélectionne alors les données répondant aux critères suivant : "NomID1" = "NomID2" ET "DIstance" < D.
- Je me retrouve alors avec une liste de mes valeurs en double et proches géographiquement.

Cependant, je ne sais pas comment ensuite dire à QGis de conserver une seule des valeurs en double proches (j'ai parfois 5 valeurs en double proche).
De plus, dans cette table des "presque doublons", chaque doublon appara√ģt 2 fois, une fois avec l'identifiant de l'une des donn√©es en "InputID" et celui de l'autre donn√©e en "TargetID", et une seconde fois avec les identifiants invers√©s (le premier dans "TargetID" et le second dans "InputID").

Voilà, si vous pouvez me dépanner je suis preneur J'espère que mes explications sont assez claires.

Merci d'avance !
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[PostGreSQL] Comment suppimer toutes les tables d'un schéma

Bonjour,

Je cherche une commande qui permet de dropper toutes les tables d'un schéma.
J'ai juste réussi à lister les tables :

SELECT tablename FROM pg_tables WHERE schemaname = 'mon_schema'

Je travaille avec :
pgAdmin III, version 1.22.2
PostgreSQL 9.5.10
PostGIS 2.2.1

Merci d'avance pour vos réponses
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[LizMap] Filtrer les données par utilisateurs & Table attributaire

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je vous fais part d'un problème que j'ai en configurant Lizmap.
J'ai une couche pour laquelle j'utilise "Filtrer les données par utilisateur". Ça fonctionne très bien, les données sont correctement filtrées.
En revanche, pour la même couche, il me faut la table attributaire. Or, en passant par la table attributaire il n'y a aucun filtre et donc tout le monde a accès à toutes les données.
Je ne sais pas si j'ai fais une mauvaise manipulation ou si cela vient de la configuration du serveur mais y a-t-il un moyen pour que le filtre par utilisateur s'applique √† l’affichage de la carte mais √©galement √† l'affichage de la table attributaire?

Merci d'avance
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Bentley Systems Announces Year in Infrastructure 2018 Awards Winners

bentley.com - 21/10/2018 - 15:30

Bentley Systems, Incorporated, the leading global provider of comprehensive software solutions for advancing the design, construction, and operations of infrastructure, has announced the winners of the Year in Infrastructure 2018 Awards. The annual awards program honors the extraordinary work of Bentley users advancing design, construction, and operations of infrastructure throughout the world.

Twelve independent jury panels of distinguished industry experts selected the 57 finalists from 420 nominations submitted by more than 340 user organizations around the world.

At a ceremony and gala at the conclusion of Bentley’s Year in Infrastructure 2018 Conference, Bentley acknowledged 19 Year in Infrastructure Awards winners and nine Special Recognition Awards winners.

Year in Infrastructure 2018 Special Recognition Awards winners:

Advancing Collaborative Digital Workflows in Rail and Transit
China Railway Engineering Consulting Group Co., Ltd. – BIM Project for the Beijing-Zhangjiakou High-speed Railway – Beijing, China

Advancing Digital Twins for Airports
Infraero Empresa Brasileira de Infraestrutura Aeroportuária – Digital Airport-Londrina – Paraná, Brazil

Advancing Digital Twins for Bridges
Composite Structures Lab, Chung-Ang University – Innovative Bridge Maintenance System Using Digital Twin Model – Seoul, South Korea

Advancing Digital Twins for Roads and Highways
Guangxi Communications Design Group Co., Ltd. – BIM-based Collaborative Design and Construction Management of All Elements and Objects in the Lipu-Yulin Expressway Project – Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, China

Advancing Digital Twins for Tunnels
AECOM – Tideway Tunnels C410 Central Contract – London, United Kingdom

Advancing Digital Twins for Utilities Transmission and Distribution
POWERCHINA Hubei Electric Engineering Corporation Limited – Cha’anling-Xiaojiazhou
220-kV Electric Transmission Line Project – Xianning City, Hubei, China

Advancing Industrialization through Digital Components for Urban Infrastructure
CCCC Water Transportation Consultants Co., Ltd. – BIM Technology Application in the Municipal Infrastructure Phase 1 Project of Zhong-Guan-Cun Science and Technology Town – Baodi District, Tianjin City, China

Advancing Digital Workflows for Asset Performance Modeling of Transit Systems
Maharashtra Metro Rail Corporation Ltd. – Nagpur Metro Asset Information Management System – Nagpur, Maharashtra, India

Continuous Surveying in Constructioneering
Shell Chemical Appalachia LLC and Eye-bot Aerial Solutions – Pennsylvania Chemicals Project – Monaca, Pennsylvania, United States

The winners of Year in Infrastructure 2018 Awards for going digital advancements in infrastructure are:

Bridges
PT. WIJAYA KARYA (Persero) Tbk – Design and Build of Road Bridge at Teluk Lamong Port Project – Gresik-Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia

Buildings and Campuses
Shalom Baranes Associates – Cannon House Office Building Renewal – Washington, District of Columbia, United States

Communications Networks
iForte Solusi Infotek – iForte Fiber Management System – Jakarta, Indonesia

Construction
AAEngineering Group, LLP – Phase II of Pustynnoe Gold Plant: Modernization and Capacity Increase – Balkhash, Karaganda region, Kazakhstan

Digital Cities
Yunnan Yunling Engineering Cost Consultation Co., Ltd. – New Municipal Road Construction PPP Project of the Municipal Public Facility Construction Project of Guandu Culture New City – Kunming, Yunnan, China

Environmental Engineering
PT. WIJAYA KARYA (Persero) Tbk – Landslide Disaster Protection Project on the National Road Network – Cianjur, West Java, Indonesia

Manufacturing
Digital Engineering (BIM) Center of Shenyang Aluminum & Magnesium Engineering & Research Institute Co., Ltd. – Alumina Refinery Project Cooperated between CHALCO and Indonesia – Bukit Batu, West Kalimantan, Indonesia

Mining and Offshore Engineering
Northern Engineering & Technology Corporation, MCC – SINO Iron Ore Mine – Perth, Western Australia, Australia

Power Generation
Sacyr Somague – Hydroelectric Use of the Foz Tua Dam – Foz Tua, Alijó- Vila Real, Portugal

Project Delivery
AECOM – Gaining New Perspective through ProjectWise Project Insights – United Kingdom

Rail and Transit
Skanska Costain STRABAG Joint Venture (SCS) – HS2 Main Works Lots S1 and S2 – London, United Kingdom

Reality Modeling
Skand Pty Ltd – Building Envelope Inspection Powered by Machine Learning and Reality Modeling for RMIT University Brunswick Campus – Victoria, Australia

Road and Rail Asset Performance
CSX Transportation – Annual Patch Rail Capital Planning – Jacksonville, Florida, United States

Roads and Highways
Lebuhraya Borneo Utara – Pan Borneo Highway Sarawak – Sarawak, Malaysia

Structural Engineering
Shilp Consulting Engineers – Alambagh Bus Terminal – Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India

Utilities and Industrial Asset Performance
Oman Gas Company S.A.O.C. – Asset Performance Solution for Reliability Management – Al-Khuwair, Muscat, Oman

Utilities Transmission and Distribution
Pestech International Berhad – Substation Design & Automation for Olak Lempit Substation Project – Banting, Selangor, Malaysia

Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants
MCC Capital Engineering & Research Incorporation Limited – 400,000 ton/day Water Supply Project of Wenjiang District, Chengdu City – Chengdu, Sichuan, China

Water, Wastewater, and Stormwater Networks
DTK Hydronet Solutions – Conceptioneering and Master Planning of Bankura Multi Village Bulk Water Supply Scheme – Bankura, West Bengal, India

Bentley Systems has posted highlights of this year’s winning projects on its website. Detailed descriptions of all nominated projects are in the print and digital versions of its 2018 Infrastructure Yearbook, which will be published in early 2019. To review the past editions of this publication, which together feature more than 3,500 world-class projects recognized in the Year in Infrastructure Awards program since 2004, access Bentley’s Infrastructure Yearbooks.

Image and caption:
Winners of Bentley Systems Year in Infrastructure 2018 Awards

About the Year in Infrastructure Conference and Awards Program
Since 2004, the Year in Infrastructure Awards program has showcased excellence and innovation in the design, construction, and operations of infrastructure projects around the world. The awards program is the only competition of its kind that is global in scope and comprehensive in categories covered, encompassing all types of infrastructure projects. The awards program is open to all users of Bentley software. Independent panels of industry experts select finalists for each category. Learn more.

Bentley’s Year in Infrastructure Conference features a series of presentations and interactive workshops exploring the intersection of technology and business drivers, and how they are shaping the future of infrastructure project delivery and asset performance.

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[SIG] QGis, géoréférencement et marge d'erreur

Bonjour,

Je travaille sur une carte du Val de Marne que j'ai géoréférencé avec 12 points. Le géoréférenceur m'indique cependant une marge d'erreur moyenne de 17.50 (mètres je suppose vu que je travaille en coordonnées projetées). C'est beaucoup ? pas beaucoup ? J'en ai vraiment aucune idée.

Merci beaucoup

Sylvain
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[ArcGIS 10.x] probleme d execution du script dans arcgis

bonjour,

j'ai un probleme lors de l execution de mon script dans arcgis voila l erreur :

Code: Executing: acpcanadaScript "C:\Users\User\Documents\miniprojet\test\testzone d etude.tif" C:\Users\User\Documents\ArcGIS\Default.gdb\testzonedetude_acpcanadaScriStartTime:FriOct1913:50:112018Running script acpcanadaScript...Failed script acpcanadaScript...Traceback(most recent call last):File"C:\Users\User\AppData\Roaming\ESRI\Desktop10.6\ArcToolbox\My Toolboxes\Toolbox.tbx#acpcanadaScript.py", line 25,in<module>File"c:\program files (x86)\arcgis\desktop10.6\arcpy\arcpy\__init__.py", line 655,inGetParameterAsTextreturn gp.getParameterAsText(index)File"c:\program files (x86)\arcgis\desktop10.6\arcpy\arcpy\geoprocessing\_base.py", line 226,in getParameterAsText    self._gp.GetParameterAsText(*gp_fixargs(args,True)))RuntimeError:Object:Errorin getting parameter as textFailed to execute (acpcanadaScript).Failed at FriOct1913:50:112018(ElapsedTime:0,24 seconds)

et voila mon script

Code: # acpcanada.py# Created on: 2018-10-16 13:15:30.00000#  (generated by ArcGIS/ModelBuilder)# Usage: acpcanada <testzone_d_etude_tif> <Princip_2> <acp_canada> # Description: # the analyse composent for canada # ---------------------------------------------------------------------------# Import arcpy moduleimport arcpy arcpy.env.workspace="C:\Users\User\Documents\miniprojet\test"# Script argumentstestzone_d_etude_tif = arcpy.GetParameterAsText(0)if testzone_d_etude_tif =='#'ornot testzone_d_etude_tif:    testzone_d_etude_tif ="testzone d etude.tif"# provide a default value if unspecifiedPrincip_2= arcpy.GetParameterAsText(1)ifPrincip_2=='#'ornotPrincip_2:Princip_2="Princip_d"# provide a default value if unspecifiedacp_canada = arcpy.GetParameterAsText(2)if acp_canada =='#'ornot acp_canada:    acp_canada ="acp.TXT"# provide a default value if unspecified# Local variables:# Process: Principal Componentsarcpy.gp.PrincipalComponents_sa("'testzone d etude.tif'",Princip_2,"3", acp_canada)

qu'est ce que je dois faire svp merci
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Shell Chemicals Project in Pennsylvania Wins Special Recognition Award for Continuous Surveying in Constructioneering

bentley.com - 19/10/2018 - 01:00

Shell Chemical Appalachia LLC and Eye-bot Aerial Solutions were recognized by Bentley Systems with the Special Recognition Award for Continuous Surveying in Constructioneering at Bentley’s Year in Infrastructure Conference, held in London this week.

Shell Chemical Appalachia is constructing a multi-billion dollar, world-scale ethane cracking plant to create polyethylene in the western Pennsylvania region. To help monitor and manage construction of the facility, the organization used unmanned aerial vehicles to capture real-time, accurate data of the entire site and the surrounding areas, close to 450 acres total, and processed the data into a high-resolution orthophoto and 3D reality mesh model. The 3D data provided a strategic perspective of the existing site conditions and served as a single source of truth for both future and retrospective progress analysis, optimizing collaboration and decision making between the client and the EPC contractors, with over 500 multidiscipline end users across 10 companies.

On a weekly basis, the project team captured more than 8,000 images and processed the images as 2D and 3D deliverables within the required 72-hour window using Bentley’s ContextCapture software. The high-speed processing engines of ContextCapture produced a dimensionally accurate 3D reality mesh, enabling the identification and resolution of potential construction problems before they impact operations on site. The 3D reality mesh models are expected to facilitate inventory control and improve emergency response management.

Phil Christensen, senior vice president, reality modeling for Bentley Systems, said, “It is our pleasure to present Shell Chemical Appalachia and Eye-bot Aerial Solutions with a Special Recognition award for the pioneering work they are doing in constructioneering. Using drone imagery and our ContextCapture, the team continuously surveys and creates 3D reality meshes of the entire construction site, supporting weekly inspections and monitoring of construction progress. To do this for the entire site on a regular schedule, the team leverages Bentley’s cloud services, and we are working together to further streamline automated work flows and improve processing time.”

Jacob Lydick, President Eye-Bot Aerial Solutions, said, “Organizing the vast amount of data into an easily consumable format has proven to be one of the most difficult challenges in the UAS industry. However, with the variety of output formats available in ContextCapture, this task has become much more manageable.”

Dmitry Gurevich, Shell’s Information Technology Manager, said, “Constructing the plant of the future means embracing digitalisation. In construction, Digital is about advancing the technology that helps us staying on top of progress and assure quality, while keeping people safe. In that respect, the 3D reality mesh modelling technology has made a profound impact on ways of working on the Project, rendering benefits above and beyond of what we had imagined when starting the modelling program 18 months ago.”

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[ArcGIS 10.x] arcgis python problem numpy

bonjour,

c'est ma 1ER fois que j utilise le model builder pour gérer un script

j ai un projet a faire consiste a appliquer l ACP sur une image dans le but de réduire le nombre des bandes en utilisant le model builder pour gérer le script python ,dans un 2em temps c est d appliquer une classification non supervisé et a chaque fois j change les classe de 5 a 10 , 15 et 20 dans le but de calculer le temps écouler entre chaque classes
en 1er temps j ai essayé d appliquer l acp en utilisant le model builder , j'ai importer le script mais a chaque fois je le tourne m affiche un problème : no module named numpy , alors sur idle de python 2 quand j écris numpy tout marche bien y a pas un message d erreur

voila mon script , j utilise arcgis 10.6 avec python 2.7

Code: # -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# acpcanada.py
# Created on: 2018-10-16 13:15:30.00000
#  (generated by ArcGIS/ModelBuilder)
# Usage: acpcanada <testzone_d_etude_tif> <Princip_2> <acp_canada>
# Description:
# the analyse composent for canada
# ---------------------------------------------------------------------------


# Import arcpy module
import arcpy
arcpy.env.workspace="C:\Users\User\Documents\miniprojet\test"


# Script arguments
testzone_d_etude_tif = arcpy.GetParameterAsText(0)
if testzone_d_etude_tif == '#' or not testzone_d_etude_tif:
    testzone_d_etude_tif = "testzone d etude.tif" # provide a default value if unspecified


Princip_2 = arcpy.GetParameterAsText(1)
if Princip_2 == '#' or not Princip_2:
    Princip_2 = "Princip_d" # provide a default value if unspecified


acp_canada = arcpy.GetParameterAsText(2)
if acp_canada == '#' or not acp_canada:
    acp_canada = "acp.TXT" # provide a default value if unspecified


# Local variables:


# Process: Principal Components
arcpy.gp.PrincipalComponents_sa("'testzone d etude.tif'", Princip_2, "3", acp_canada) merci d avance
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New Open Applications Advance Comprehensive Modeling Environment for Multidiscipline Collaboration

bentley.com - 18/10/2018 - 01:00

OpenSite Designer, OpenBuildings Designer, OpenBridge Designer, and OpenFlows FLOOD further extend Bentley’s design engineering and analysis portfolio

LONDON, U.K. The Year in Infrastructure 2018 Conference 18 October 2018 Bentley Systems, Incorporated, the leading global provider of comprehensive software solutions for advancing the design, construction, and operations of infrastructure, today launched OpenSite Designer, a built-for-purpose application for the design and construction of civil site projects. It also launched OpenBuildings, bringing together its AECOsim building design and Speedikon factory and industrial design applications; and announced the availability of OpenBuildings Station Designer, a specialized application for designing rail and metro stations. At the same time, Bentley announced the availability of OpenBridge Designer, which combines Bentley’s bridge modeling, analysis and design capabilities into one comprehensive package, and OpenFlows FLOOD, a flood analysis and early warning system.

In addition, in pursuit of its ‘industrialization’ strategy, Bentley announced it has rebranded under its Open portfolio several of its applications based on MicroStation technology which collectively accelerate the advancement of its comprehensive modeling environment by connecting digital workflows across disciplines and sharing digital components in its Connected Data Environment (CDE).

Bhupinder Singh, chief product officer, Bentley Systems, said, “Open has three meanings. First, it signifies open to multiple disciplines. Second, it means open to analysis and simulation. Using different applications, two different disciplines, for example, a geotechnical engineer and a structural engineer, can iterate on the same dataset in our comprehensive modeling environment, providing a ‘digital feedback loop’ and enhancing their collaboration across BIM workflows. And third, because MicroStation technology underpins Open applications, users can produce multidiscipline deliverables and accomplish multidiscipline clash resolution from any Open application. Bentley’s comprehensive modeling environment is ‘Open’ for collaborative digital workflows.”

Fully 49 of the 62 finalists and awardees of this year’s Year in Infrastructure Awards credited collaborative digital workflows in their successful outcomes. For example, OpenRoads, Bentley’s civil design applications for road networks, is credited by 22 awards finalists’ projects in 12 categories, and OpenPlant, Bentley’s plant design project management applications, is credited by 10 finalists’ projects in 9 different categories. ProjectWise and/or AssetWise were credited by finalists’ projects in 16 of 19 awards categories this year.

OpenSite Designer
The collaborative nature of digital workflows connecting analysis and simulation with design and modeling is exemplified in OpenSite, Bentley’s new solution for the design and construction of civil site projects. OpenSite provides rapid site modeling and analysis, earthwork optimization and quantification, drainage and underground utilities, and automated project deliverables.

OpenSite Designer provides the most comprehensive site design workflow available including reality modeling, geotechnical, underground utilities, stormwater drainage, terrain modeling, detailed drawing production, and visualization. OpenSite Designer optimizes design outcomes with multidiscipline information modeling and analysis. Interoperating with PLAXIS, Bentley’s newly acquired geotechnical engineering solution, site plans can be enhanced with new information about the active properties of soil including bearing capacity, stresses, and displacement.

OpenBuildings Designer
The newly launched OpenBuildings Designer incorporates all of the capabilities of AECOsim Building Designer as well as Components Center and a range of new capabilities and standards including EnergyPlus, a building energy model to help users comply with ASHRAE standards in the US, and UK energy requirements; support of international standards including IFC 2x3, IFC4 Reference View, COBie, and Singapore’s Building and Construction Authority; new capabilities to design curtain wall systems; and OpenBuildings Speedikon, a leading application for industrialized design and construction. OpenBuildings Designer takes advantage of collaborative digital workflows with other applications in Bentley’s Open portfolio, for example templates in OpenBuildings Station Designer for tunnel segments created through GenerativeComponents based on linear alignment from OpenRail. Showcasing their robustness and versatility, OpenBuildings applications were credited by 32 of 62 of the Year in Infrastructure Awards finalists projects in 15 of 19 categories.

OpenBridge Designer
OpenBridge Designer is a new, all-encompassing application that integrates the modeling capabilities of OpenBridge Modeler and the analysis and design features of RM Bridge, LEAP Bridge Concrete, and LEAP Bridge Steel to meet the design and construction needs of both concrete and steel bridges. OpenBridge Designer enables bridge designers to rapidly create an intelligent, parametric bridge model, fully integrated with analysis and design, as well as drawings. It enables seamless synchronization of various disciplines for analysis, design, detailing, documentation, construction engineering and load-rating. 

OpenFlows FLOOD
Bentley also announced the rebranding of its Haestad water modeling and ACTION Modulers flood analysis product lines to form OpenFlows for water districts, sewer utilities and flood plain managers. OpenFlows extends smart water networks capabilities with GIS-based asset-centric information for water loss reduction, water operations, flood prediction and prevention. OpenFlows FLOOD continuously monitors watersheds, integrating data from real-time monitoring stations and numerical models to calculate risk levels. OpenFlows FLOOD mitigates flood risk, improving understanding of the processes involved in flood generation, and transmitting early alerts to reduce the impact caused by floods. 

Connecting Digital Workflows Across Disciplines
Applications for analysis and simulation, on the one hand, can collaboratively and iteratively work with applications for design and modeling, and on the other, connect operational workflows and converge the work of different disciplines. Collaborative digital workflows are characterized by data captured or created for one purpose being accessed and used by other applications for other purposes thereby saving time, minimizing rework, and improving data quality over the asset lifecycle.

An example of multidiscipline collaboration with OpenFlows involves workflows that use ContextCapture to create a 3D reality mesh, feeding into OpenFlows FLOOD modeling and using the terrain as input to various analyses in a single review environment for visualization and presentation to stakeholders using LumenRT.

Connecting analysis with modeling in another Open collaborative digital workflow involves the layout of road geometry, and hydraulic analysis and design using storm analysis tools including the determination of the size of storm inlets, pipes, depth of pipes, and manholes. The collaborative nature of the workflow enables clash detection in the subsurface environment, and iteration and adjustment as needed, to confirm functional and physical characteristics.

Other instances of Open collaborative digital workflows connecting design and analysis include OpenUtilities with Siemens’ PSS©SINCAL, which helps utilities improve resilience and deal with weak spots in the grid; and OpenBuildings Station Designer with LEGION pedestrian simulation, to enable designers to design, test, and validate simulations of scenarios for pedestrian traffic.

Rebranding
Completing its announcement about Open applications, Bentley said that Bentley Map will be rebranded as OpenCities Map; and OpenComms, aimed primarily at multisystem operators, will incorporate Bentley Fiber and Bentley Coax.

About Bentley Systems
Bentley Systems is the leading global provider of software solutions to engineers, architects, geospatial professionals, constructors, and owner-operators for the design, construction, and operations of infrastructure. Bentley’s MicroStation-based engineering and BIM applications, and its digital twin cloud services, advance the project delivery (ProjectWise) and the asset performance (AssetWise) of transportation and other public works, utilities, industrial and resources plants, and commercial and institutional facilities.

Bentley Systems employs more than 3,500 colleagues, generates annual revenues of $700 million in 170 countries, and has invested more than $1 billion in research, development, and acquisitions since 2012. From inception in 1984, the company has remained majority-owned by its five founding Bentley brothers. Bentley shares transact by invitation on the NASDAQ Private Market; strategic partner Siemens AG has accumulated a non-voting minority stake.

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Bentley, the Bentley logo, AECOsim Building Designer, AssetWise, ContextCapture, LEGION, LumenRT, MicroStation, OpenBridge, OpenBuildings, OpenCities, OpenCities Map, OpenComms, OpenFlows, OpenRoads, OpenUtilities, and ProjectWise are either registered or unregistered trademarks or service marks of Bentley Systems, Incorporated or one of its direct or indirect wholly owned subsidiaries. All other brands and product names are trademarks of their respective owners.

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[QGIS 3.x] homogeneiser une carte NDVI sous Qgis

Bonjour,

Je souhaite créer une carte NDVI d'une de mes parcelles .
J'ai récupéré une image satellite Sentinel 2 via Qgis 3.2 , j'ai calculé le NDVI via la calculette raster . J'ai obtenu un raster que j'ai classifié par couleur selon les valeurs . Maintenant j'ai deux problèmes que je ne sais pas résoudre :
-je souhaiterais homogénéiser cette couche : qu 'il n'y ait pas de pixel tout seul d'une couleur dans un ensemble de pixel d'une autre couleur , pour obtenir une carte avec des zones homogènes pour en sortir les tendances.
-je souhaiterais aussi lisser le contour de mes pixels , avoir des contours adoucis.
Merci par avance de votre aide
Cordialement
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[WebMapping] Solution saisie simplifiée /alternative à Access

Bonjour,

On me demande de mettre en place une solution de saisie assez rapidement (d'ici la fin de l'année) pour que des observateurs puissent saisir leurs observations (qu'ils saisissaient avant sous Access, mais la base n'est plus utilisable).
En gros, ils se positionnent sur un point d'écoute, font des écoutes et doivent renseigner les effectifs pour une dizaine d'espèce sur une dizaine de sites par jour.

Que me recommanderiez vous de facile à mettre en place, et qui puisse alimenter une base Postgres.
Il faut que ce web, facile d'accès, facile à prendre en main (certains ne sont pas des informaticiens).
J'avais testé sur OpenDataKit pour une option mobile, mais tous n'ont pas de smartphones.

MErci! Alex
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Bentley Systems Releases Open-Source Library: iModel.js

bentley.com - 17/10/2018 - 01:00

Open-source JavaScript library for creating immersive connections to
i
nfrastructure digital twins

LONDON, U.K. The Year in Infrastructure 2018 Conference – 17 October 2018 – Bentley Systems, Incorporated, the leading global provider of comprehensive software solutions for advancing the design, construction, and operations of infrastructure, today announced the initial release of its iModel.js library, an open-source initiative to improve the accessibility, for both visualization and analytical visibility, of infrastructure digital twins. iModel.js can be used by developers and IT professionals to quickly and easily create immersive applications that connect their infrastructure digital twins with the rest of their digital world. iModel.js is the cornerstone of Bentley’s just-announced iTwin Services that combine iModelHub, reality modeling, and web-enabling software technologies within a Connected Data Environment (CDE) for infrastructure engineering.

Bentley’s iModels have become a de facto standard for visibility into digital engineering models.  iModelHub manages an iModel as a distributed database with an intrinsic ledger of changes—enabling alignment, accountability, and accessibility of its digital components—to form the backbone of an infrastructure digital twin.

The iModel.js library is a comprehensive collection of JavaScript packages that build on the most open, popular, and flexible standards for modern cloud and web development. It is written in TypeScript, and leverages open technologies including SQLite, Node.js, NPM, WebGL, Electron, Docker, Kubernetes, and of course HTML5 and CSS. The same codebase can produce cloud services and web, mobile, and desktop applications. The source code is hosted on GitHub and is distributed under the MIT license. 

With iModel.js, it is simple to create a web-based experience that shows interactive “nD” views (1D, 2D, 3D, 4D, etc.) of iModels that are assembled and synchronized from BIM files and other digital engineering models, and from data created directly with iModel.js. Those same views can also include digital (reality) context, real-time sensor data, and other data from enterprise sources and analytics. Since the iModel is synchronized by iModelHub, it always reflects the most recent updates from all project participants, who are thus able to visualize and analyze changes between points in time or between versions. Importantly, only users and applications authorized by the iModel owner, through iModelHub, are granted access through iModel.js.

Johan Palm, program manager – Digital Project Delivery at Hatch, said, “iModel.js gives Hatch the ability to implement a stakeholder engagement technology that extends the iModelHub visionary technology. We can expose complex project information to a level that is accessible, consumable, and extendable via the cloud and in context to the 3D model. Most importantly we can do so in a manner that embraces change as the project progresses. iModel.js aligns with Hatch’s internal development strategies as it is built on modern, highly portable web technology. Bentley is a key software technology partner on Hatch projects globally where our main objective is to provide a positive impact to our client’s assets and operations.”

Cai Chengguo, chair and general manager, Shenzhen Expressway Consulting Group, said, “The digital twin powered by iModelHub is efficiently improving project management, substantially reducing the waste of resources caused by site problems and will achieve digital handover after completion of the project for visual operations and maintenance.”

Keith Bentley, Bentley Systems’ founder and CTO, said, “We firmly believe that iModel.js, and of course the foundation upon which it is built, is the most open, productive, intuitive, and powerful development environment for capital projects and infrastructure assets, ever. We’re excited to work with user organizations, strategic partners, and third-party developers to build an open ecosystem around iModels to tap the vast potential of infrastructure digital twins. With iModel.js, the well-refined techniques of mainstream cloud and web development can leverage the physical and virtual reality in digital twins with near-zero impedance. By open-sourcing the libraries we use to create our iTwin™ cloud services, we expect to foster a substantial and vibrant ecosystem of innovation.”

More about iModel.js: iModeljs.org

More about iModels and iModelHub: iModelHub.com

About Bentley Systems
Bentley Systems is the leading global provider of software solutions to engineers, architects, geospatial professionals, constructors, and owner-operators for the design, construction, and operations of infrastructure. Bentley’s MicroStation-based engineering and BIM applications, and its digital twin cloud services, advance the project delivery (ProjectWise) and the asset performance (AssetWise) of transportation and other public works, utilities, industrial and resources plants, and commercial and institutional facilities.

Bentley Systems employs more than 3,500 colleagues, generates annual revenues of $700 million in 170 countries, and has invested more than $1 billion in research, development, and acquisitions since 2012. From inception in 1984, the company has remained majority-owned by its five founding Bentley brothers. Bentley shares transact by invitation on the NASDAQ Private Market; strategic partner Siemens AG has accumulated a non-voting minority stake.

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Bentley, the Bentley logo, AssetWise, Connected Data Environment, iTwin, MicroStation, and ProjectWise are either registered or unregistered trademarks or service marks of Bentley Systems, Incorporated or one of its direct or indirect wholly owned subsidiaries. All other brands and product names are trademarks of their respective owners.

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Going Digital (Twins):&lt;br&gt; Bentley Inaugurates iTwin‚ĄĘ Services!

bentley.com - 16/10/2018 - 01:00

Confluence of technologies enables project digital twins and performance digital twins for infrastructure engineering

LONDON, U.K. The Year in Infrastructure 2018 Conference - 16 October 2018 – Bentley Systems, Incorporated, the leading global provider of comprehensive software solutions for advancing the design, construction, and operations of infrastructure, today announced the forthcoming availability of iTwin™ Services, digital twin cloud services for infrastructure projects (project digital twins) and assets (performance digital twins). iTwin™ Services can be transparently provisioned within Bentley’s Connected Data Environment (CDE) for ProjectWise and AssetWise users.

Requirements for Realizing the Potential of Infrastructure Digital Twins
Infrastructure asset owners and their teams have recognized the potential for leveraging digital twins in many ambitious use cases including the application of analytics, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) in simulations and decision support throughout the lifecycle of design, construction, and operations. To realize this potential, representations of assets need obviously to be digital—but to be safely relied upon as a twin there must be practical solutions for their synchronization to changing actual conditions in the real world. Moreover, merely capturing and representing physical conditions, including IoT inputs, can never be sufficient to understand, analyze, or model intended improvements, without also comprehending the “digital DNA” captured in the project or asset’s engineering specifications.

To actually be worthwhile, therefore, would-be digital twins for existing infrastructure must reliably synchronize reflections of both an asset’s physical reality, and its “virtuality” (engineering data). A digital twin can meet this requirement by geospatially converging the digital context (representing the physical) and digital components (representing the virtual), naturally resulting in an immersive environment for both visualization and analytics visibility. 

To date, however, the evolving 3D physical reality of an as-operated asset has been too formidably difficult to capture digitally, let alone to keep up-to-date. Meanwhile, corresponding, as-operated engineering information tends to be unavailable or at best, dated, as typically an assortment of effectively inaccessible “dark data” in either opaque engineering files or unintelligent document formats. Bentley has now surmounted both of these challenges, with the confluence of its reality modeling, iModelHub, CDE, and web-visibility technologies.  

Reality Modeling
A representation of any infrastructure asset’s physical reality can now be reliably captured and maintained through increasingly continuous surveys and Bentley’s reality modeling software, providing digital context in the form of “reality meshes”. Overlapping photographs and (as needed) supplemental laser scans, largely from drones and ground-level imagery, are processed to generate spatially-classified and engineering-ready reality meshes at any desired level of accuracy—within which each digital component can be automatically recognized and/or geospatially referenced. The reality mesh can provide an efficient and immersive visual “twin” to intuitively navigate for finding, viewing, and querying the associated information within, or related to, the asset’s digital engineering models.  

Adding iModelHub within CDE
The challenge in comparably capturing and maintaining these engineering counterparts of the physical asset— its digital components—is the opacity of their existing representations, compounded by continuous changes. Bentley’s iModelHub, introduced in 2017, overcomes these hurdles through automated digital alignment (to achieve semantic consistency from otherwise dark data in known formats), and synchronization, based on change ledgers, corresponding to the CDE’s project workflows (ProjectWise) or configuration management (AssetWise). 

Web Visibility

Once populated and synchronized by way of digital context and digital components, iTwin™ Services deliver their benefits through Bentley’s new (separately announced) open-source iModel.js library (iModeljs.org) for web-based immersive visualization. Infrastructure teams can easily develop custom applications that connect their digital twin for specific use cases by leveraging a vast open source ecosystem. In addition, a geospatially immersive environment for city-scale digital twins is now available through Bentley’s new OpenCities Planner services.

Introducing Project Digital Twins
ProjectWiseCONNECT Edition users of Bentley’s CDE can instantiate cloud-provisioned iTwin™ Services for any project without disruption to their existing ProjectWise workflows. iModelHub will then transparently create and maintain the project’s comprehensive iModel: a distributed database, with its intrinsic change ledger updated at each deliverable-in-progress check-in state. For each such update to engineering information, application-specific “information bridge” processing effectuates digital alignment of the iModel’s digital components. 

To the extent of available reality modeling for the physical site, the CDE’s corresponding ContextShare service maintains updated digital context. The iModel’s digital components and ContextShare digital context are immersively merged through Navigator Web and iModel.js visualization, as authorized and secured by iModelHub.

Accordingly, iTwin™ Services enable comprehensive project status reviews to be continuously available, synchronized to any requested project state on the iModel change ledger timeline, and/or for visualization and analytics visibility into changes between any project timeline states.  iTwin™ Services will also integrate Bentley’s SYNCHRO 4D construction modeling.

iTwin™ Services for project digital twins will be available early in 2019, with quarterly base subscription charges for each iTwin™ based upon its scale, in terms of digital components and digital context, and inclusive of cloud provisioning and web accessibility.

Adding Performance Digital Twins
The iModel.js library supports functionality to create and curate iTwins fit for particular asset performance purposes, including “agent” updating of “data lakes” for analytics visibility. This enables emerging AI and mixed reality technologies to be advantageously applied throughout an asset’s lifecycle, and across assets—relying, for assured fidelity spanning physical reality and engineering data, upon the necessary digital alignment, change synchronization, and immersive visualization uniquely provided by iTwin™Services.

Also at the Conference, Siemens and Bentley unveiled PlantSight™, a new range of cloud services to be jointly offered for as-operated digital twins of any process plants. PlantSight will provide increasingly comprehensive as-operated digital twin services, to incorporate Bentley’s AssetWise APM with Siemens’ operational technologies, MindSphere, and Teamcenter, for industrial plants’ asset performance modeling. And to accelerate owners going digital, Atos and Bentley announced a new strategic partnership to create and curate performance digital twins.

Keith Bentley, Bentley Systems founder and CTO, said “Our work with early adopters of iModelHub over the past year has confirmed to me that its unique strengths for alignment, accountability, and accessibility find their highest and best use, in conjunction with our reality modeling technologies, for enabling project digital twins and performance digital twins. I look forward to actively working with users and external developers to create an open ecosystem of innovation for iTwin™Services, leveraging the iModel.js library. I expect Bentley Systems to lead the infrastructure engineering community, as the ‘infrastructure digital twin’ company!” Learn More.

About Bentley Systems
Bentley Systems is the leading global provider of software solutions to engineers, architects, geospatial professionals, constructors, and owner-operators for the design, construction, and operations of infrastructure. Bentley’s MicroStation-based engineering and BIM applications, and its digital twin cloud services, advance the project delivery (ProjectWise) and the asset performance (AssetWise) of transportation and other public works, utilities, industrial and resources plants, and commercial and institutional facilities.

Bentley Systems employs more than 3,500 colleagues, generates annual revenues of $700 million in 170 countries, and has invested more than $1 billion in research, development, and acquisitions since 2012. From inception in 1984, the company has remained majority-owned by its five founding Bentley brothers. Bentley shares transact by invitation on the NASDAQ Private Market; strategic partner Siemens AG has accumulated a non-voting minority stake.

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Bentley, the Bentley logo, AssetWise, Connected Data Environment, ContextCapture, iModel, iModelHub, iTwin, MicroStation, Navigator Web, OpenCities Planner, ProjectWise, and SYNCHRO are either registered or unregistered trademarks or service marks of Bentley Systems, Incorporated or one of its direct or indirect wholly owned subsidiaries. PlantSight is a trademark of Siemens AG and Siemens PLMS Inc. All other brands and product names are trademarks of their respective owners.

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Topcon and Bentley strengthen constructioneering initiatives and programs

bentley.com - 15/10/2018 - 01:00

Constructioneering Academies expand insights, create change 

LONDON – The Year in Infrastructure 2018 Conference – October 15, 2018 – Topcon Positioning Group, a world leader in positioning technology for the survey and construction industries, and Bentley Systems, the leading global provider of comprehensive software solutions for advancing the design, construction, and operations of infrastructure, announce new developments in the constructioneering workflow initiative.

Constructioneering Academy
The Bentley Year in Infrastructure Conference 2018 (YII) marks the first anniversary of the launch of the Constructioneering Academy initiative of Topcon and the Bentley Institute. The program has been held in multiple locations across North America and Australia throughout the first year and now expands into Europe with the first London-based Constructioneering Academy, part of the YII.

“The Constructioneering Academies are filled with a mix of professionals from companies, governmental agencies and organizations who are involved in putting important infrastructure projects into motion and seeing them through to completion. The uniqueness of the dialogue taking place among participants, representing more than 80 organizations in the first year, cannot be overstated,” said Ewout Korpershoek, executive vice president of Topcon Positioning Group. “The program’s educational and collaborative atmosphere is creating awareness of potential productivity gaps that can be encountered on a project, and how those gaps can be filled, resulting in a paradigm shift in how work can be accomplished.”

Alan Lamont, Bentley Systems’ vice president for Digital Advancement Academies, said, “The active participation and feedback that we have experienced during the various Constructioneering Academy events have been very informative and encouraging. The level of interest and feedback demonstrate that there is a clear need for automated digital workflows between design and construction to help project teams be more efficient and avoid mistakes. We look forward to expanding the reach of Constructioneering Academies to other geographic locations.”

“We are looking forward to building upon the success of the inaugural year of the Constructioneering Academy,” said Ron Oberlander, vice president of Global Professional Services for Topcon Positioning Group. “The industry needs these types of programs as a catalyst to drive digital automation adoption. A key part of the initiative is the interaction of field and office professionals from the ‘front lines’ and we are excited to provide this opportunity to professionals around the world.

“We believe the Constructioneering Academies are truly fostering progress. For the industry to be successful in meeting future infrastructure demands, we have to change the mindsets and processes on how we approach construction. What Topcon and Bentley have initiated and will continue to evolve is an exciting journey to help shape that change,” Oberlander said.

As additional dates and locations for the Constructioneering Academy become available, they will be provided at constructioneering.com/academy.

Integration agreement
As part of the ongoing constructioneering initiative, the companies have signed an agreement that will integrate the Topcon point cloud and 3D mesh service, MAGNET Collage Web, with the Bentley ContextCapture Cloud Processing Service. The Bentley cloud service enables operators to upload UAV imagery direct-to-web without the need for high-end hardware requirements or IT constraints. Topcon instrument, control systems and software users will benefit from an industry-leading, cloud-based photogrammetric engine for fast generation of 3D engineering-ready reality meshes and digital surface models.

Ted Lamboo, senior vice president of Bentley’s strategic partnerships, said, “We are very pleased with Topcon’s expanded commitment, through MAGNET Collage Web integration, to Bentley’s ContextCapture reality modeling cloud services. Now, all of Topcon’s positioning technologies can help to continuously survey a site’s digital context, synchronizing project digital twins to make constructioneering even more compelling.”

“The agreement for a web-based integrated workflow solution is an excellent example of the ongoing collaboration of Topcon and Bentley to simplify and speed up digital construction workflows,” Korpershoek said. “Through our partnership, we are continuously working together to create new solutions to improve survey, engineering, and construction processes.”

About Topcon Positioning Group
Topcon Positioning Group is headquartered in Livermore, California, U.S. (topconpositioning.com). Its European head office is in Capelle a/d IJssel, the Netherlands. Topcon Positioning Group designs, manufactures and distributes precision measurement and workflow solutions for the global construction, geospatial and agriculture markets. Its brands include Topcon, Sokkia, Tierra, Digi-Star, RDS Technology, and NORAC. Topcon Corporation (topcon.com), founded in 1932, is traded on the Tokyo Stock Exchange (7732). 

About Bentley Systems
Bentley Systems is the leading global provider of software solutions to engineers, architects, geospatial professionals, constructors, and owner-operators for the design, construction, and operations of infrastructure. Bentley’s MicroStation-based engineering and BIM applications, and its digital twin cloud services, advance the project delivery (ProjectWise) and the asset performance (AssetWise) of transportation and other public works, utilities, industrial and resources plants, and commercial and institutional facilities.

Bentley Systems employs more than 3,500 colleagues, generates annual revenues of $700 million in 170 countries, and has invested more than $1 billion in research, development, and acquisitions since 2012. From inception in 1984, the company has remained majority-owned by its five founding Bentley brothers. Bentley shares transact by invitation on the NASDAQ Private Market; strategic partner Siemens AG has accumulated a non-voting minority stake.

About Constructioneering
Constructioneering automates digital construction processes through surveying, engineering design, constructible model development, and as-built data collection within a connected data environment to improve construction execution and reduce project costs.

About Constructioneering Academy
The Constructioneering Academy is designed to educate civil design build professionals on the digital construction process. Attendees will learn how they can leverage mass data, digital cameras, design models, and automated machine control to win more work and execute their next project more efficiently.

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Press Contact:
Topcon Positioning Group
CorpComm@topcon.com
Staci Fitzgerald, +1 925-245-8610

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