3D ground survey data management

136
0
10-11-2021 07:14 AM
MatthewC
New Contributor II

I collected with my Trimble Survey equipment (precisions around 0.03-0.05ft)  using coordinate system NAD 1983 (2011), US State Plane Ohio North, US Feet, for X,Y  with Geoid 12A to get orthometric elevations.  I  import those location points via CSV into ArcGIS Pro and display them just fine.  However in a 3D Global Scene layer the points sit way above the surface.  That’s the first issue.

 

Secondly, when I use the points import and snap to then including Z snap I get a line defined that has vertices where the Z values are considerable different than the original values.  See below.  Any thoughts on how to make this work to both fit the surface and also to get the line vertices to match the orthometric values that I measured?

 

This is a measurement of the locations of a directional boring route with depths below the surface.  I would be doing this in AutoCAD Civil 3D but I can’t get the darn thing to install.

 

 

2D data looks great, fits the base map and imagery as reasonably expected.

 

MatthewC_0-1633961652238.png

 

 

 

 

3D vertically off by 2100’ or so

 

 

MatthewC_1-1633961652239.png

 

 

 

 

Vertices from snapping a created line from the points.

 

 

MatthewC_2-1633961652239.png

 

0 Kudos
0 Replies