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Try the instructions here.Although the samples are for C#,you can make use them in VB.NET with relative ease.


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I am an old school dgn user - to use a .dgn file in any other program other than microstation - it must first be exported as a .dxf http://www.gdal.org/drv_dxf.html


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There is the possibility of quickly opening the .las files within a lidar software viewer having in it a background image covering the study area. For example, in Fusion LDV it would look like this: In the above scene, two tiles are missing (upper left corner and lower right corner). After visualizing the .las tiles in the scene, make sure the names of ...


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If I understood the surveyor's directions correctly, you should be able to make a custom projected coordinate reference system for the CAD data. Let's say that standard UTM coordinates are calculated like this: e = fe + k0 * x n = fn + k0 * y where e = UTM easting, n = UTM northing, k0 = 0.9996, fe = 500000.0, fn = 0.0, and x and y are the ...


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This may help of even answer your question. I don't know how accurate you have to be in your maps but georeferencing should get you close. The how to is referencing an older version of arc but it should be basically the same as performing this in 10.2 ...



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