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1000 - How Great Stories Take Shape Narrative. It’s how we simplify and make sense of the complex. It supplies meaning, larger context, and ultimately – the whole story. Data and analytics can provide clarity and insight. But great stories are not shaped by data and analytics alone. Join us for the opening keynote as Ola Rollén, President and CEO of Hexagon, narrates how information technologies can be used to bring the complete story into view. Today, it’s entirely possible to retell, reimagine, and even rewrite your story – the outcome is entirely up to you. 90 Minutes General Session Ola Rollen
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1110 - HDS University - Leica ScanStation P30/40 (and C10 & P20) Operation and Surveying Workflows The all new Leica ScanStation P30 and P40 boast some of the cleanest data on the market as well as improved surveying functionality. The ability to use the Leica ScanStation P30/40 (and C10 and P20) like a total station is one of its greatest benefits to surveying and laser scanning professionals. This hands-on session will include outdoor time using the scanner as well as discussing some of Cyclone's traverse editing software. Topics will include: 1) Using ScanStation P30/40 with the latest version of ScanStation Pxx firmware 2) Recommendations for fixing traverse errors 3) Optimizing field productivity while maintaining high project accuracy with tilt on/off 4) Working with the latest version of ScanStation Pxx firmware with advanced traverse tools 240 Minutes Hands-on (Paid - Sign-up Required) Matthew Mizell
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1111 - HDS University - Topographic Field & Office Workflows for Laser Scanning Using Leica Geosystems laser scanners is a solution for many of the challenges that professional surveyors face in today's market. One key to the successful use of laser scanning is achieving efficiency in both the field and office. There are many time saving tools within Leica Geosystems scanners and the Cyclone and CloudWorx suite of products that can help to efficiently achieve the accurate results needed. Topics for this hands-on session will include: 1) Efficient site and roadway topographic mapping and volumes 2) Recommended scanning resolution & scanner placement 3) Optimal office workflows using Cyclone, CloudWorx, and Cyclone II TOPO 4) Removing the potentially confusing and overwhelming aspects of viewing point clouds: segment point clouds or view ""just what you want"" 5) Using cross-sections and Virtual Surveyor for road topo 6) Using Smart Picks and Reference Plane in Topo II for site topo 7) Creating ""quick"" deliverables and giving your maps the ""wow"" factor 240 Minutes Hands-on (Paid - Sign-up Required) Matthew Mizell
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1112 - HDS University - Intermediate Registration Techniques (HDS) Registration of point clouds is often where a project can become unexpectedly problematic. Today many point cloud registration techniques and tools are available to the professional, both via Leica scanners and a choice of field workflows and in the office, where. Cyclone REGISTER is considered the industry’s gold standard. This hands-on session will explore some of those registration techniques at an intermediate level. Topics will include: 1) Trouble-shooting tips when initial registration results are problematic 2) When & how to use cloud-to-cloud registration for optimal results 3) Tilt-compensation and how to use it for optimal results 4) Guidance for target types, location and network geometry for optimal results 5) Adding & removing constraints to analyze & diagnose potential problem sources 6) Statistical reports and how to analyze them 7) Field guidance for each type of Leica Geosystems scanner 8 Guidance using Cyclone's latest automated target identification and extraction tools 9 Methods for registering large numbers of scans 240 Minutes Hands-on (Paid - Sign-up Required) Tim Woodruff
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1113 - HDS University - Using and Maximising Groups in Registration While Visual Registration and Auto Align have changed the way some Cyclone users approach regis-tration, the new improved Grouping functionality remains a highly valuable, unsung hero. In this class we will go over all the new tools including Grouping to show you how these tools work together to help finish easy to complex registrations. Grouping has been enhanced to provide clear feedback during the registration process, so you can know where the errors are and fix them real-time and know that the edits are valid before continuing! Hands-on topics include: 1) Understanding the Auto Align process 2) Performing Visual Registration 3) Using the 2D scan thumbnail to the fullest extent 4) Grouping a) Auto Align (Auto Registration) Groups b) Making Groups with targets c) Using Targets and Auto Align Cloud-to-Cloud in the same registration. d) Merging groups e) Inspecting a group for valid constraints f) Performing a final sub-registration in a group g) Adding targets to an Auto Align Cloud-to-Cloud group 240 Minutes Hands-on (Paid - Sign-up Required) Guy Cutting
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1114 - HDS University - Introduction & Maximising TruView TruView is one of the most popular tools for professionals to share and collaborate with their clients or colleagues. This session will explore methods to best use and deploy Cyclone PUBLISHER and Leica TruView, including new TruView Global, for your company and clients where they become the differentiator between you and your competition Hands-on training topics will include: 1) Introductions to newly released features that are may not yet be publically announced 2) Taking advantage of the very latest Cyclone PUBLISHER and TruView features 3) Creating better site maps and custom site maps with PowerPoint and HTML tools 4) Using the External Camera Kit and other imaging options for improved color & background images 5) Creating & sharing Markups and Hotlinks 6) Publishing CAD models with point cloud data in TruView 7) Understanding TruView's published data structure 8) Hosting TruView data on the Web 240 Minutes Hands-on (Paid - Sign-up Required) David Langley
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1115 - Cyclone Tips / Tricks / Hidden Jewels The Leica Cyclone software suite is the world’s most powerful and popular software for point cloud processing. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or a new user looking to get an edge, this session is filled with tips that will enhance your user experience. Topics for this hands-on session will include: 1) Very latest version of Cyclone a) Overview of latest features b) Understanding “Point Cloud Engine (pcE)” architecture c) Optimal performance settings d) Workflows for large data sets e) ScanStation C5/C10/P20/P16/P30/P40: Cyclone SCAN best practices; importing projects stored onboard 2) General Best Practice a) Maximizing use of the latest Registration tools b) Visualization performance settings, workflows and do's and don'ts c) A few simple but powerful hidden gems for higher office efficiency and creating advanced deliverables 240 Minutes Hands-on (Paid - Sign-up Required) Karen Hughes
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1116 - Using 3DReshaper 3DReshaper gives users that extra edge when creating meshes based on point clouds. This powerful program has a wide variety of efficient and productive tools for the professional who uses laser scanning to create deliverables that include mesh-based elements. Hands-on training topics will include: 1) When to take advantage of meshing using 3DReshaper 2) Mesh controls and optimal techniques 3) Optimal data exchange between Cyclone and 3DReshaper 4) Meshing and mesh management examples 5) Depending on registrant interest, some mechanical reverse engineering applications 240 Minutes Hands-on (Paid - Sign-up Required) Doug Schueneman
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1118 - BIM Software Workflows using CloudWorx for Revit and CloudWorx for Navisworks BIM is a hot topic in today’s scanning market and many users have demanded a better way to work with point clouds in Revit. Developed based on specific user requests, Leica CloudWorx for Revit and CloudWorx for Navisworks offer unique and powerful solutions. Leica CloudWorx for Revit allows users to create BIM models from point clouds with ease. Leica CloudWorx for Navisworks offers customer the ability to superimpose point clouds on models as well as powerful new clash and anti-clash tools for the largest data sets. Topics in this hands-on session will include: 1) How to maximize your efforts in this high-growth market 2) Preparing point clouds 3) CloudWorx for Revit 4) Optimal point cloud workflows using Revit 5) Native Revit vs CldWx functionality 6) Point Clouds in the family editor 7) Opening point clouds in Navisworks 8) Determining Clashes and Anti-clashes 9) Useing COE in Revit to port models back and forth to Cyclone 10) Using COE objects in TruViews 240 Minutes Hands-on (Paid - Sign-up Required) Jeff Bowers
Clair VanderZwaag
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1121 - HDS University - Using Leica CloudWorx for AutoCAD with Civil3D There is a fair bit of buzz in the market today about the growing capabilities of various CAD applications, including Civil3D, to directly manage and work with point cloud data. Against this backdrop is the popularity and correspondingly increasing performance of easy-to-use point cloud plug-ins for CAD, such as Leica CloudWorx. Leica CloudWorx enables users to efficiently manipulate and manage point cloud data, and it offers modeling tools and clash detection in CAD. The latest version, CloudWorx for AutoCAD 5.0, offers new tools that further increase office efficiency and assure accurate mapping. In this class we will take an in-depth look at the differences between the point cloud tools inside Civil3D and those in or enhanced by CloudWorx for AutoCAD. The class will cover topics like: 1) Orientation Tools 2) Clipping Manager 3) Workplane 4) Points on a Grid 5) Smart Picks 240 Minutes Hands-on (Paid - Sign-up Required) Jay Meszar
David Langley
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1130 - Putting Value to Imagery: Creating Measurements in the Office The process of collecting field data is the necessary task that surveyors complete to bring the outside world into the office. May times, a field crew will mistakenly or unknowingly omit collecting a crucial piece of data which results in return visits to the field. This in turn will inflate costs and possibly run a project over budget. However, images that are taken in the field as a standard of practice can reduce the amount of missed data and save companies time and money in the process. Course objectives include: 1) Theory of Terrestrial Photogrammetry 2) ROI of a single measurement 3) Parameters of points from Imagery 4) Creating Images with real world comparisons 5) Blind Point Creations 6) Future of Imagery in Surveying 120 Minutes Hands-on (Paid - Sign-up Required) Ted Miller
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1131 - HDS University - Laser Scanning for Forensics (Public Safety Group) Laser scanning is fast becoming the primary method used to document scenes by many crime and crash scene investigators. The portability, speed, and ease of use of Leica’s laser scanners have merged with the science community’s challenge to improve forensics and now agencies that use laser scanning can produce high quality forensic exhibits to reach scientific based conclusions. This hands-on session will explore methods used at the crime scene using the ScanStation C5, C10, P20, P16, P30, and P40 scanners to capture and then analyze the scene using Cyclone software. Topics for this session include: 1. Trajectory analysis 2. Ejected shell casing patterns 3. Effective workflows for crime scene processing 4. Using Leica’s Twin target Pole to produce NIST traceable measurements data 5. Registration techniques for crime and crash scenes 6. Creating accurate 2D diagrams from point cloud data 7. Annotating and measuring evidence using virtual techniques 8. Creating investigative reports and exhibits 9. Review of significant court cases and admissibility issues 10. Overview of Leica’s Certification for Public Safety Laser Scan Technicians 120 Minutes Hands-on (Paid - Sign-up Required) Ken Jones
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1133 - Geodesy Fundamentals for GNSS Users: Moving Beyond NAD83 As the NGS moves toward the replacement of NAD83 and NAVD88 with a newly realized geocentric reference frame in 2022, the GNSS community needs to begin considering the impact on their operations. This course is designed to provide an overview of the geodetic fundamentals required for professionals to understand the motivation behind this move, anticipate the impact on their geospatial data sets and prepare for the transition. Course objectives include: 1) Motivation 2) The Geodesy: Understanding the Soup of Acronyms 3) The New Kid: Velocity 4) Active Geodetic Control: The role of Real-time Networks 5) How SmartNet is Preparing 6) How the GNSS End-User Community is Preparing 120 Minutes Hands-on (Paid - Sign-up Required) Jill Johnson
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1134 - GNSS Proceessing Strategies in Infinity Post processing of GNSS data remains one of the most flexible yet precise tools a surveyor can utilise for deriving the most confident results for their project work, in particular for establishing ground control. With all the advances of using RTK in the field, its even more important that Surveyors clearly understand the value that post processing adds to them and their clients. Infinity GNSS Post Processing sets new standards in this field. Knowing how to consider the processing of static or kinematic GNSS data helps to derive important fundamental skills. The seminar is targeted to increase the awareness and foundation for 3D position determination and will teach sources of potential errors be more proficient with precise measure campaigns. This expertise brings the awareness to employ the correct GNSS approach to whatever fits the clients requirements to get the job done and to get the right results the first time. Infinity GNSS Post Processing seminar - reviewing the fundamentals of GNSS post processing and understanding how using a solution optimization strategy provides the most precise and reli-able results. 120 Minutes Hands-on (Complimentary - Sign-up Required) Mara Branzanti
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1135 - Monitoring with GeoMoS and the Latest Innovations Learn about the latest innovations in automated monitoring software will be presented in a series of short segments covering a variety of topics. We will discuss automated deformation scanning in combination with 3D prism monitoring. AnyData, which is the ability to now import data from any sensor into the database. Tracking your geotechnical sensors alongside your geodectic data. The new integration with radar data; see how we easily combine these technologies. Lastly we will discuss the latest advances in GNSS monitoring sensors and GNSS monitoring techniques as well as the upcoming import of manually collected monitoring data for a more automated reporting and data presentation. The class will teach: 1) Integrating scan data and 3d prism data 2) Importing of ASCII data into the monitoring database 3) Presenting radar data with 3d spatial data 4) How the VADASE GNSS monitorng software works 5) Importing manually collected data into GeoMoS 240 Minutes Hands-on (Complimentary - Sign-up Required)
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1136 - Survey Workflows: Office to Field and Field to Office Using Infinity The bridge between field and office. There will always be a reason an instrument is in the field, whether to collect data that represents an asbuilt or topographic survey or the need to stake out design data, Infinity can be used to visualize, prepare, quality control and report on these data flows. Examples for Captivate and iCON field softwares will include practical examples. The end of the session will provide some mention of upcoming features that will further support the data path to and from the field. 1) Field to office: Asbuilt or Topographic survey with field codes to export a CAD file 2) Office to field: CAD file import to prepare data for a stake points job, then to import the job and generate a staked points report 3) Office to field: IFC file import to prepare data to export to the field software, and what data is imported back to the project for generating reports 120 Minutes Hands-on (Paid - Sign-up Required) Kevin Hanson
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1150 - HDS University - Using and Maximising Groups in Registration (Re-run) (Sign-up Required) While Visual Registration and Auto Align have changed the way some Cyclone users approach regis-tration, the new improved Grouping functionality remains a highly valuable, unsung hero. In this class we will go over all the new tools including Grouping to show you how these tools work together to help finish easy to complex registrations. Grouping has been enhanced to provide clear feedback during the registration process, so you can know where the errors are and fix them real-time and know that the edits are valid before continuing! Hands-on topics include: 1) Understanding the Auto Align process 2) Performing Visual Registration 3) Using the 2D scan thumbnail to the fullest extent 4) Grouping a) Auto Align (Auto Registration) Groups b) Making Groups with targets c) Using Targets and Auto Align Cloud-to-Cloud in the same registration. d) Merging groups e) Inspecting a group for valid constraints f) Performing a final sub-registration in a group g) Adding targets to an Auto Align Cloud-to-Cloud group 240 Minutes Hands-on (Paid - Sign-up Required)
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1151 - Cyclone Tips / Tricks / Hidden Jewels (Re-run) The Leica Cyclone software suite is the world's most powerful and popular software for point cloud processing. Whether you're a seasoned veteran or a new user looking to get an edge, this session is filled with tips that will enhance your user experience. Topics for this hands-on session will include: 1) Very latest version of Cyclone a) Overview of latest features b) Understanding "Point Cloud Engine (pcE)" architecture c) Optimal performance settings d) Workflows for large data sets e) ScanStation C5/C10/P20: Cyclone SCAN best practices; importing projects stored onboard 2) General Best Practice a) Maximizing use of the latest Registration tools b) Visualization performance settings, workflows and do's and don'ts c) A few simple but powerful hidden gems for higher office efficiency and creating advanced deliverables 240 Minutes Hands-on (Paid - Sign-up Required) Karen Hughes
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1160 - Laser Scanning Profiency for Public Safety (Sign-up Required) Leica Geosystems will be offering proctored proficiency testing to our customers who are interested in becoming certified as a Forensic Laser Scan Technician using the Leica ScanStation. ISO/IEC 17025:2005 section 2.1 (d) requires the demonstration of technical competency of equipment and this testing is designed to satisfy that requirement. It is the recommendation of Leica Geosystems that any person or entity that 1) recognizes, collects, analyzes, or interprets physical evidence AND (2) issues test or examination results, provides laboratory reports, or offers interpretations, conclusions, or opinions through testimony with respect to the analysis of such evidence should strongly consider getting certified. According to work products created by the National Commission on Forensic Science that includes crime scene units and those performing crime scene reconstruction. Testing is by appointment only. Contact Ken Jones at ken.jones@leicaus.com in order to reserve your test time. Each student will be observed and tested for technical competency on the following tasks: 1. Set-up a ScanStation and scan a staged crime scene 2. Register the scan data 3. Process the data as directed by the test Proctor The test will be PASS/FAIL. Those passing will be certified by Leica Geosystems as a Certified Forensic Laser Scan Technician and will receive (via email) a certificate for their curriculum vitae indicating that he/she has been tested by the manufacturer and has successfully demonstrated proficiency. 240 Minutes Hands-on (Complimentary - Sign-up Required) Ken Jones
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1161 - Laser Scanning Profiency for Public Safety (Wednesday) Leica Geosystems will be offering proctored proficiency testing to our customers who are interested in becoming certified as a Forensic Laser Scan Technician using the Leica ScanStation. ISO/IEC 17025:2005 section 2.1 (d) requires the demonstration of technical competency of equipment and this testing is designed to satisfy that requirement. It is the recommendation of Leica Geosystems that any person or entity that 1) recognizes, collects, analyzes, or interprets physical evidence AND (2) issues test or examination results, provides laboratory reports, or offers interpretations, conclusions, or opinions through testimony with respect to the analysis of such evidence should strongly consider getting certified. According to work products created by the National Commission on Forensic Science that includes crime scene units and those performing crime scene reconstruction. Testing is by appointment only. Contact Ken Jones at ken.jones@leicaus.com in order to reserve your test time. Each student will be observed and tested for technical competency on the following tasks: 1. Set-up a ScanStation and scan a staged crime scene 2. Register the scan data 3. Process the data as directed by the test Proctor The test will be PASS/FAIL. Those passing will be certified by Leica Geosystems as a Certified Forensic Laser Scan Technician and will receive (via email) a certificate for their curriculum vitae indicating that he/she has been tested by the manufacturer and has successfully demonstrated proficiency. 1 Hour Hands-on (Paid - Sign-up Required) Ken Jones
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1162 - Laser Scanning Profiency for Public Safety (Thursday) (Sign-up Required) Leica Geosystems will be offering proctored proficiency testing to our customers who are interested in becoming certified as a Forensic Laser Scan Technician using the Leica ScanStation. ISO/IEC 17025:2005 section 2.1 (d) requires the demonstration of technical competency of equipment and this testing is designed to satisfy that requirement. It is the recommendation of Leica Geosystems that any person or entity that 1) recognizes, collects, analyzes, or interprets physical evidence AND (2) issues test or examination results, provides laboratory reports, or offers interpretations, conclusions, or opinions through testimony with respect to the analysis of such evidence should strongly consider getting certified. According to work products created by the National Commission on Forensic Science that includes crime scene units and those performing crime scene reconstruction. Testing is by appointment only. Contact Ken Jones at ken.jones@leicaus.com in order to reserve your test time. Each student will be observed and tested for technical competency on the following tasks: 1. Set-up a ScanStation and scan a staged crime scene 2. Register the scan data 3. Process the data as directed by the test Proctor The test will be PASS/FAIL. Those passing will be certified by Leica Geosystems as a Certified Forensic Laser Scan Technician and will receive (via email) a certificate for their curriculum vitae indicating that he/she has been tested by the manufacturer and has successfully demonstrated proficiency. 1 Hour Hands-on (Paid - Sign-up Required) Ken Jones
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1200 - Introduction to Hexagon Smart M.App Hexagon Smart M.Apps are lightweight, data-driven applications that provide targeted solutions to your business problems. Each Hexagon Smart M.App® combines multi-source content, sophisticated analytics, and tailored workflows, fused together into a dynamic user experience. Hexagon Geospatial’s M.App Studio web application empowers our partners to design, build, and publish Hexagon Smart M.Apps using an intuitive, interactive framework. This hands-on session will demonstrate the use of the M.App Studio to build and publish a Hexagon Smart M.App, including designing layout, connecting to content, defining analytics, modelling workflow, and publishing to the online store. 240 Minutes Hands-on (Complimentary - Sign-up Required)
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1201 - Get Up and Running on ERDAS IMAGINE Get familiar with ERDAS IMAGINE raster data manipulation software in this four-hour course. You'll walk through some of the most important basic processes in ERDAS IMAGINE. Learn about image visualization, including band combinations and contrast stretches using the new Image Chain; vector display, symbolization, and collection; point cloud visualization and editing; and basic mosaicking and image stitching techniques. 240 Minutes Hands-on (Complimentary - Sign-up Required)
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1202 - Take Back Control: Tame the Data in Your Organisation with ERDAS APOLLO The American biologist, Anne Wojcicki, once said "Data helps solve problems". While this is true, the data being used to solve all these problems can be a problem in itself; data scattered around the network is hard to find and frequently exists in multiple copies. This session introduces you to the ERDAS APOLLO data management system. During this session the user will be instructed on how to take control of their organizations data by using the ERDAS APOLLO Data Manager to crawl and catalog various types of geospatial and non-geospatial data as well as how to portray that data utilizing various style techniques. The user will also learn how to work with keywords and metadata within the catalog so end users can easily and quickly find data. Product(s): ERDAS APOLLO Essentials / Advantage & Data Manager Skill Level: Beginner Pre-requirements: familiar with geospatial data, projections, OGC services. 240 Minutes Hands-on (Complimentary - Sign-up Required)
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1203 - Constructing Customised Solutions with the IMAGINE Spatial Modeler We are too busy to do the same task over and over again on different datasets! This four-hour, hands-on course will teach you the basics of raster and point cloud manipulation and how the Spatial Modeler can create reusable, adaptable, sophisticated spatial models to save you from the drudgery of repetitious data processing. Learn about point cloud and vector operators in the modeling environment, and the power and flexibility of ERDAS IMAGINE’s data processing. A real-time preview lets you instantly see the effect of changes to the model – even on large datasets. Find out how these visual indicators and improved error reporting significantly reduce debugging times! 240 Minutes Hands-on (Complimentary - Sign-up Required)
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1204 - Behind the Scenes: The ERDAS APOLLO Administrator In the classic movie “The Wizard of Oz”, the great and powerful Oz was just a man who ran everything from ‘behind the green curtain’. This session takes you behind the green curtain of ERDAS APOLLO Advantage & Data Manager for Administrators. Learn how to configure the GetCapabilities of your services as well as the metadata templates that relay important information to the end user. Practice modifying the templates utilized in the Clip-Zip-Ship process so the end user is properly notified once the CZS process has been completed. Schedule server clean-up to remove unwanted data, as well as tune the performance of the system as a whole. Add additional metadata information (“queryables”) to the catalog. Additional information such as tips & tricks, will be discussed as time allows. Skill Level: Advanced. Pre-requrements: proficient with ERDAS APOLLO at both the User and Administrative level. 240 Minutes Hands-on (Complimentary - Sign-up Required)
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1205 - Create Geospatial Mobile Apps with the Mobile SDK Today’s mobile devices provide almost limitless possibilities, and yet many of these geospatial opportunities have gone untapped. Learn how to build your app on our proven foundation with the Hexagon Geospatial Mobile SDK. Build apps that access geospatial data. Learn what it means to use app development environments and learn the Hexagon Geospatial Mobile SDK to build an app. Prerequisites: Web Developer with solid JavaScript knowledge. Must bring your own Android or iOS tablet that meets the Mobile MapWorks specifications. Must bring your own Mac if you plan to develop an iOS app. 240 Minutes Hands-on (Complimentary - Sign-up Required)
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1206 - Introduction and What's New in GeoMedia Get hands-on experience with GeoMedia Desktop as we explore some of the basics concepts, processes, and commands used in geospatial workflows. The session will review how data is presented in the GeoWorkspace; graphic and tabular. We will examine standard workflows for accessing and displaying data, which includes the Style properties of individual map features and the generation of Business graphics, such as pie charts and bar charts. We will also evaluate some of the new functionality coming out with GeoMedia Desktop 2016. 240 Minutes Hands-on (Complimentary - Sign-up Required)
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1208 - Getting More Out of Your Data in GeoMedia Smart Client 2016 This class will open up several new features in GeoMedia Smart Client, including the all new graphical Workflow Manager. You don't need to code every single parameter in a text editor to get your workflow up and running. The simple structure of the User Interface allows you to create the most complex workflows in a very short amount of time. Learn how to get a workflow up and running and also get a detailed impression of how to customize the workflow. Learn how to use the all new Style Editor in GeoMedia Smart Client 2016. The combination of the latest web technologies and a template based approach to create your style allows you to get your task done in a very small amount of time. Besides the major changes in GeoMedia Smart Client 2016 we are also offering new features on the server as well as on the client side. See how you can use the new database connection (PostgreSQL) and learn how to setup your secured OGC service (WMS / WFS) with the advantage of using them natively in Smart Client itself. Benefit from the possibility to get all raster files natively displayed in Smart Client with GDAL and the automatic transformation of your ECW, which also can be secured, into the project coordinate system. No matter in what coordinate system the ECW is stored. Your WMTS will be ready much earlier, because the tile creation is significantly increased. 240 Minutes Hands-on (Complimentary - Sign-up Required)
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1209 - Hexagon Smart M.App Spatial Workshop Expand the power of the M.App Studio with the Spatial Workshop. The Spatial Workshop allows you to build custom Spatial Recipes, or models, to analyze data and create custom outputs. Join us in this four hour class and learn to build a Special Recipe, save it to use within the M.App Studio and build a simple Smart M.App to view the results. You will also see how to customize your Smart M.App to enhance the viewing experience. 240 Minutes Hands-on (Complimentary - Sign-up Required)
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1300 - Hands-On Training: EdgeFrontier - Take the Pain Out of Integration Integrating different systems is critical to public safety IT and operations and is facilitated by software interfaces. Unfortunately, configuring software interfaces in not a trivial task. This day-long, hands-on training session will teach you how to start configuring your own software interfaces that enable your own applications, systems, and devices to exchange data. You will use Hexagon's lightweight integration platform, EdgeFrontier, to learn the fundamentals of building software interfaces. The training will cover the basics of EdgeFrontier, highlight the new EdgeFrontier v6.4 features, and then move on to how to configure your own sample software interface to Twitter all by yourself. Upon completion, you'll be equipped to start building and managing your own integration needs with EdgeFrontier. Prerequisites: Attendees should have experience in IT/systems administration. 540 Minutes Hands-on (Complimentary - Sign-up Required) Michael Cole
Jack Williams II
Mohinder (Mo) Singh
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1302 - Hands-on Training: Intergraph CAD System Administration If you've ever wondered what you should know to be the most effective Intergraph CAD system administrator you can be, then this day-long, hands-on session is for you! Learn best practices from Hexagon support and implementation experts for server maintenance, database administration tips, logging, backups, CAD client configuration, and best practices for preparing for your next upgrade. 540 Minutes Hands-on (Complimentary - Sign-up Required) Craig Huling
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1304 - Hands-On Training: Introduction to Intergraph Mobile for Public Safety Interested in hands-on experience with Intergraph Mobile for Public Safety? Gain valuable practice on our latest version in this informative, four-hour training workshop. You'll see the software in action, learn fundamentals, and discover how Mobile for Public Safety fits in your agency's workflow. 240 Minutes Hands-on (Complimentary - Sign-up Required) Matt Folsom
Angela Fine
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1305 - Hands-On Training: Experienced Users - Advance Your Skills in Intergraph Mobile for Public Safety If you're an experienced administrator - you don't want to miss this training session! Learn the finer points of Mobile for Public Safety administration in this complimentary, four-hour workshop designed specifically for users with administrator experience. Hear an overview of our Mobile for Public Safety software, including functional reviews, configuration methods, and best practices for administration and deployment. Gain hands-on practice with more advanced concepts that will expand the benefits of Mobile for Public Safety for your organization. Prerequisites: If you aren't an experienced admin but would still like an overview of Mobile for Public Safety, you will be provided non-workstation seating if you'd still like to attend. As an alternative, beginners can attend our introductory workshop (Introduction to Mobile for Public Safety). 240 Minutes Hands-on (Complimentary - Sign-up Required) Matt Folsom
Angela Fine
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1308 - Hands-on Training: Intergraph inPURSUIT WebRMS System Administration Join this training session for an in-depth analysis of inPURSUIT WebRMS client/server system administration. Learn tips for maintaining your system, including the audit trail, duplicate name recombination, code maintenance, workflow administration, regional configuration, and code sharing. This session includes technical discussion on the maintenance and troubleshooting of server-side components of WebRMS for IT support groups. Support Issues will be discussed, including how to handle situations concerning connections, system monitoring, and other items of concern. 540 Minutes Hands-on (Complimentary - Sign-up Required) Jamie Algatt
Emily Neal
Nick Medley
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1310 - Hands-On Training: Map Workflow Administration From GIS source to ready to roll, this hands-on training workshop will explore the processes and options offered in an I/Map Editor-based workflow. Learn topics such as data readiness review, centerline and address point conversion, map cartography, and understanding the map roll process. This workshop will leverage the GeoMedia 2015 platform, but the content will also be relevant to customers using I/Map Editor for either GeoMedia or ArcGIS. 540 Minutes Hands-on (Complimentary - Sign-up Required) Dann Borden
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1500 - Faster Configuration and Easier Administration of your SPF/SPO Systems SmartPlant Foundation 2016 (v6.0) introduces new modules that make administration and configuration easier and faster than ever. Hands-on experience with the new Access Control Analysis module will reveal a powerful, fully-featured reporting and administration application. It can quickly and easily visualize and edit access control data, such as methods, APIs, relationship definitions, and access groups. End users will appreciate the new Attribute Manager module, which allows easy visualization and management of attributes that are allocated to specific class definitions or classifications. Throughout the training session, users will become familiar with how these new tools can rapidly increase the speed of system configuration and administration. 240 Minutes Hands-on (Paid - Sign-up Required) Brian Agalsoff
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1501 - Next Step in Instrument Engineering and Design with SPI 2016 Learn how the new SPI 2016 can increase your productivity and design quality by performing a proper workflow from retrieving data in the P&ID to publishing your cables to S3D. In the process you will work with the new Integration ToDo list (iTDL), Query Builder, EDE, and Project Management. This will benefit users who work in a fully-integrated implementation of SPI or in a standalone environment. This is a can't-miss course if you are in instrument engineering and design. 240 Minutes Hands-on (Paid - Sign-up Required) Scott Ambrose
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1502 - Piping Enhancements in Intergraph Smart 3D 2016 Smart 3D 2016 has significant enhancements of routing and modification workflows of piping and other route disciplines. The new Extend Route command, along with better selectability of structural and other objects, improves modeling productivity. Modification of routed topology is simplified and more predictable. Sections of route networks can be more easily selected using targeted commands; free legs move with connected legs. Disconnections are handled in an automated way across permission boundaries. Reconnections are made only in collinear and orthogonal cases. This session will focus on new enhancements through hands-on exercises and demonstrations. 240 Minutes Hands-on (Paid - Sign-up Required)
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1503 - How to Use Intergraph Smart 3D's Automated Cable Routing on Projects from FEED to Construction Learn the Smart 3D workflows that enable 3D auto-routing of cables, starting at the earliest stages of your projects. Hands-on exercises demonstrate how to overcome commonly perceived obstacles to 3D cable routing during FEED, including: identification of equipment/devices which must be modeled; getting those devices modeled with minimal effort and cost; early sizing and space reservation for main trays on utility racks; roughing in of designated cableways for essential routes; preliminary estimation of cable lengths; validating the quality of cable paths; and dealing with frequent design changes endemic to early design. Attendees will learn how to use powerful capabilities specifically included in Smart 3D 2016 to begin routing cables at the earliest phase of projects, including: specialized reports to streamline equipment modeling and to validate the quality of cable paths; automated routing of cableway, cable tray, and conduit; powerful commands for quickly modifying or copying sections of cable tray and duct bank systems; and enhancements to modeling of divided cable trays to better support modification and cable assignment. 240 Minutes Hands-on (Paid - Sign-up Required) Evgenii Beletskii
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1504 - Fusion Preprocessor Utility for P&ID Drawings, Datasheets, and Tables SmartPlant Fusion 2016 (v4.0) and 2016 R1 (v4.1) bring a new way to process data for import into a SmartPlant Fusion database. This training session is the first in a series of HxGN Live 2016 hands-on workshops (HxGN 2016 Triple-Play) that will take data from drawings and datasheets and extract instrument and equipment tags for further processing in a SmartPlant Enterprise Owner Operator engineering information management system. The SmartPlant Fusion Preprocessor Utility gives users the ability to set up templates that will be used to recognize scattered text fields and concatenate these fields to create and load tag items into the Fusion database. Specifically, PDF P&ID drawings and datasheets will be used with the Preprocessor utility to show the configuration and capture/creation of instrument and equipment tags. SmartPlant Fusion 2016 R1 (v4.1) will bring an added feature to provide support for extracting information from a grid (table) of information that may be contained in a PDF file. The table may contain information such as Tag Name, Tag Description, Tag Pressure, etc. Once information has been loaded into SmartPlant Fusion from different sources (P&ID drawings, Datasheets, and tables) it will then be possible to consolidate the information into a master data list. From the consolidated information or the master data list, reports (Excel or other formats) can be used to feed another system (such as SAP, Maximo, or other in-house systems). 240 Minutes Hands-on (Paid - Sign-up Required) Mitch Harbin
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1505 - Stepping Up Productivity in Electrical Design with SPEL Learn how SPEL 2015 R1 can help streamline the electrical design work process and the creation of deliverables. The training will use real-life examples to illustrate new functionality. We will cover single line diagrams, wiring diagrams, managing your deliverables, creating reports, cable routing, and working with composite drawings that enable you to move existing or newly created graphics into the intelligent SPEL environment. Be ready to be more productive and competitive with SP Electrical 2015 R1. 240 Minutes Hands-on (Paid - Sign-up Required) Yuval Adler
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1506 - Model Data Reuse and Transform Enhancements in Intergraph Smart 3D 2016 Smart 3D 2016 has added significant new enhancements to the model data reuse (MDR) work process to improve coping between datasets with different catalogs. MDR operation can be done by mapping pipe specs, short codes, and option codes and swapping symbols between source and target catalogs, or completed without mapping as temporary replacement by generic components. Model Data Transform (MDT) offers new ability to transform (move and rotate) large sets of data. 240 Minutes Hands-on (Paid - Sign-up Required) Vanessa Dorado-Martinez
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1507 - Hands-On Training Workshop for New Intergraph Smart Materials Mobile Scan In this four-hour advanced training class, you will see actual examples of how Intergraph Smart Materials Mobile Scan works to quickly inventory parts with a direct interface to SmartPlant Materials. When materials have been inaccurately received, poorly categorized, or misplaced, it takes excessive time and effort to locate them when needed. If they are not found, more are ordered, which can lead to unnecessary costs and waste. Logging deliveries and locating materials is often handled manually, which introduces a huge risk from human error. It's also inefficient, with a long delay between a task occurring and the updated action being shared with the team. Delays and errors in this area can have a dramatic downstream impact on planning and construction and ultimately the cost and delivery of projects. In this hands-on training session, you will learn to work with the application and which processes are covered by this first release of Smart Materials Mobile Scan. 240 Minutes Hands-on (Paid - Sign-up Required) Johan Kroon
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2000 - The Technology Roadmap of Tomorrow Join the Intergraph Process, Power & Marine keynote series while at HxGN LIVE. Hear how companies are adopting Intergraph solutions, understand our product roadmap, and get a sneak peek at game-changing technologies on the horizon. In this primary keynote, Intergraph PP&M President Gerhard Sallinger will introduce new Hexagon innovations for BIM and the AEC market as well as the newly-acquired project controls solution from EcoSys. Special guest Johan Krebbers, IT CTO & VP TaCIT Architecture of Shell International, will share Shell’s vision of project execution using cloud technology and explain how Shell is realizing the value of data throughout the asset lifecycle. Charles Evans, Melanie Eakes and Patrick Holcomb will update attendees on recent client advances, upcoming technology roadmaps, and futuristic possibilities in augmented reality, virtual reality (VR), wearable tech, and more. 45 Minutes Divisional Keynote Johan Krebbers
Patrick Holcomb
Gerhard Sallinger
Charles Evans
Melanie Eakes
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2001 - Integrated Construction Execution Product strategists Neely Hemassi and Michael Buss will highlight the latest technologies for Integrated Construction Execution. Topics will include why project controls are critical in today’s market and how technology has enabled today’s mobile worker. Hear directly from clients on how these new enhancements are creating tangible value within their organizations. Plans for integration of design, materials management, construction planning, and EcoSys project controls will be discussed as we create the future of strategic project intelligence and analytics. 45 Minutes Divisional Keynote Aidhean Camson
Michael Buss
Neely Hemassi
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2002 - Break Through the Barriers with New Cloud-Based Information Management Service Engineering data and documentation is essential to both effective project delivery and safe, efficient operations. EPCs and owner operators alike struggle to maintain large volumes of engineering information and make it accessible to field workers when it counts – during construction, operations, maintenance, inspections, modifications and turnaround activities. And in these economic times, you’re being asked to do more with less. Come hear about Intergraph’s new cloud-based information management service, which will help you address this challenge in practical, cost-effective steps. First, you’ll learn how your engineering information can be captured and organized so that everyone in your organization can quickly and easily find the data they need. Next, we’ll show you how that asset information can be leveraged to improve the data quality in your existing maintenance, reliability and other operations systems. And finally, you’ll get a sneak preview of our new mobile app which allows workers to access all this information in the palm of their hand, on the plant floor, as they’re performing their jobs. Join Brad Broughton, Vice President, IM Solutions & Strategic Alliances, and special guests to hear first-hand how Owners and EPCs are achieving rapid returns with Intergraph Information Management solutions. 45 Minutes Divisional Keynote Don Richardson
Jay Schwartz
Brad Broughton
Adrian Park
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2003 - Golden Valve and Platinum Pipe Awards Presentation Always a popular activity within the Process, Power & Marine Track is the annual presentation to recipients of the Golden Valve and Platinum Pipe Awards. Entries from across the globe demonstrate well-executed and creative use of Intergraph® software and automations. The Golden Valve Awards are categorized into four different categories: Visually Complex, Discipline-specific, Photo-realism and Animation. Entries are created in SmartPlant® Review or Intergraph Smart™ 3D. All winners are eligible for cash awards and featured in our popular Golden Valve Awards wall calendar. The Platinum Pipe Awards recognize the most innovative automation ideas using Intergraph Smart™ 3D, SmartPlant® Review, SmartPlant P&ID, SmartPlant Electrical, or SmartPlant Instrumentation. Join us for this session to see amazing visuals and animations using Intergraph software and congratulate this year’s winners! 45 Min Overview Session
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2100 - Project Execution Track Introduction During this session we will highlight what is new and different in SmartPlant solutions and some examples of how we can utilize other Intergraph products and our creativity to generate opportunities for both engineering and operations. The conference is all about leveraging the experiences of customers worldwide in different industries, and we encourage attendees to listen, learn, and apply. We will show how to make the most of the conference experience by examining topics, highlights, and recommended session tracks. This introductory session will cover the solutions for this track, including Intergraph Smart 3D, Engineering & Schematics, Information Management, and Visualization workflows. 45 Min Overview Session Frank Joop
Tom Szoka
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2101 - Benefits of Using SmartPlant Reference Data in the SmartPlant Cloud In this session learn how Burns and McDonnell successfully moved their implementation of SmartPlant Reference Data to the SmartPlant Cloud. This change helped them reduce their IT burden getting the support and expertise required from the Smart Cloud support team. With the successful implementation of SPRD, Burns and McDonnell are considering moving other products such as Smart 3D and SmartPlant P&ID to the SmartPlant Cloud. 45 Minutes Breakout Session Jackie Davis
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