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    Default CV34-2: Raster Data in the Subdivision/Site Design Process

    Instructor: Michael Carris - Carris Technology Solutions

    Class Description: Raster data can provide additional information to your Civil 3D project. The data the may be essential to determining the existing conditions of a particular project. Not only can the images serve as backgrounds in your project drawing, they can also be used to analyze site conditions. Autodesk Raster Design offers a wide range of tools to analyze and manipulate raster data. Using Raster Design, you can insert a wide range of image formats from JPG, TIF, GeoTiFF, ECW, SID, and even multispectral imagery and DEM files. This class will cover a series of exercises in different scenarios to demonstrate the capabilities of using raster data in a civil engineering project.
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