I was given some IFC made with "Sierrasoft Roads" software. Everytime I try to convert them to a featureclass using Data Interoperability's Quick Import, I always hit this error: ISO10303-21: Skipping instance #75: Instance is not syntactically valid. Opening the IFC in Notepad and inspecting the instance I read: …(Show moreShow less)
Thank you Adrian Welsh. I am trying this with the Quick Import from ArcGIS Pro (v.2.2.4). Bruce Harold Thanks. I will ask because unfortunately the data is not mine, but I will surely open a ticket if I am told I can share the data, and if there's no previous knowledge on this problem. Thanks.
Hello, I run the GIS portion of our CAD system. This CAD system only uses data that is developed from ESRI's vsn 10.2. Further, our CAD vendor has no plans to upgrade to a more current version although the CAD's mobile piece will eventually use ArcGIS Pro (which is a separate animal entirely). My question: Is there a way that I can upgrade my…(Show moreShow less)
Fay, I'd be curious to know what you find out. Plus, you could potentially share one of your CAD files here on GeoNet, have someone with 10.6 convert it to a shapefile (or whatever file you need) and then try it again on program to see if it works. Just an idea
Hello, When I import an already georeferenced AutoCAD drawing into ArcGIS Pro, it does not land on the correct location. I have used the following different ways to georeference my drawing in AutoCAD: 1. On AutoCAD 2018 there is a Geolocation tool in where I choose the geographic coordinate system and then start to draw. In ArcGIS I add…(Show moreShow less)
I'm trying to find a database or table that can be brought into ARCMap that has the base elevations for Cross sections of the 500 year floodplain for Harris County Texas. I have looked everywhere and the only thing I can find to help you lookup the elevations is a FEMA FIS table in PDF format where you have to identify each cross section and look…(Show moreShow less)
I want to automate the process of exporting PLS CAD designs files into ESRI usable format. Does anyone have any experience in this area? I can export individual reports to get what I need in excel and then put them together and import the X,Y. I can also export it as a XML file, but as of yet cannot figure out how to import it into a…(Show moreShow less)
Andrew, I know this is a bit of an old thread, but I wanted to ask the obvious question here, have you used this tool? Import 3D Files—Help | ArcGIS Desktop Or, have you already solved the problem? tagging CAD/GIS Data IntegrationPreviewHide preview