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Ways to transform Transforming from DWG/DXF to GIS (Experiences are welcome)?

I've got tons of DWG/DXF files with information (in several layers) dealing with:

  • Contour lines and elevation (lines)
  • positions of antennas (points)
  • protection areas (polygons)
  • administrative boundaries (lines)
  • roads (lines)
  • rivers (lines)
  • fences (lines)
  • ...

All this information have been inserted into these CAD files in a non-standard way (not-unified names or colors in layers), and now I want to translate it into GIS (SHP files or into a PostGIS Server).

I'm investigating which is the best wayhow to translate these data in the easiest way. 

I'm considering:

I'd be very grateful if anybody could share their experiences with theCan CAD2GIS translation. Thank you very much in advance. be achieved with this software?

Ways to transform from DWG/DXF to GIS (Experiences are welcome)

I've got tons of DWG/DXF files with information (in several layers) dealing with:

  • Contour lines and elevation (lines)
  • positions of antennas (points)
  • protection areas (polygons)
  • administrative boundaries (lines)
  • roads (lines)
  • rivers (lines)
  • fences (lines)
  • ...

All this information have been inserted into these CAD files in a non-standard way (not-unified names or colors in layers), and now I want to translate it into GIS (SHP files or into a PostGIS Server).

I'm investigating which is the best way to translate these data in the easiest way. I'm considering:

I'd be very grateful if anybody could share their experiences with the CAD2GIS translation. Thank you very much in advance.

Transforming from DWG/DXF to GIS?

I've got tons of DWG/DXF files with information (in several layers) dealing with:

  • Contour lines and elevation (lines)
  • positions of antennas (points)
  • protection areas (polygons)
  • administrative boundaries (lines)
  • roads (lines)
  • rivers (lines)
  • fences (lines)
  • ...

All this information have been inserted into these CAD files in a non-standard way (not-unified names or colors in layers), and now I want to translate it into GIS (SHP files or into a PostGIS Server).

I'm investigating how to translate these data. 

I'm considering:

Can CAD2GIS translation be achieved with this software?

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Ways to transform from DWG/DXF to GIS (Experiences are welcome)

I've got tons of DWG/DXF files with information (in several layers) dealing with:

  • Contour lines and elevation (lines)
  • positions of antennas (points)
  • protection areas (polygons)
  • administrative boundaries (lines)
  • roads (lines)
  • rivers (lines)
  • fences (lines)
  • ...

All this information have been inserted into these CAD files in a non-standard way (not-unified names or colors in layers), and now I want to translate it into GIS (SHP files or into a PostGIS Server).

I'm investigating which is the best way to translate these data in the easiest way. I'm considering:

I'd be very grateful if anybody could share their experiences with the CAD2GIS translation. Thank you very much in advance.