Live Map Service - Civil 3D 2014

April 09, 2013 By Rob Wiederman Leave a comment

In Civil 3D 2014, Autodesk has introduced a live map service to acquire satellite images. In order to use this service, the user first needs to log into Autodesk 360, and have a coordinate system assigned to the drawing. After logging in, the user simply needs to type GEOMAP on the command line.


The user is presented with several choices. The first choice is Aerial.

040913_02The second choice is Road.

040913_03The third choice is Hybrid. This is a combination of Aerial and Road.

040913_04Lastly, the user can simply select off to hide the imagery.

Tagged with Map, Autodesk 360, Infrastructure, Civil 3D

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