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Nov
7
Open Spatial Webinars for Q4 2016 - Recording of webinars available
Posted by Johan Nel on 07 November 2016 04:57 PM

November and December webinars from the Open Spatial User Forum 2016 Tips & Tricks session that will be presented in more detail.

Webinar 1:  10 November 2016 10 am AEDT

Working with Munsys Menu's.

Gareth van der Merwe will show the do's and dont's of menu customisation and reveal the power available in optimising your workflow.


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Webinar 2: 29 November 10 am AEDT

QGIS Linking your Oracle to spreadsheets and maps.

Gaby van Wyk will show How to link your Munsys data to QGIS and bring multiple data sources together to create innovative maps

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Webinar 3: 13 December 2013 10 am AEDT

Creating and managing a public website: A Guide for Open Spatial Customers.

Johan Nel will show how to publish you existing map layers to a web application for your public maps.

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The Open Spatial Team

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Nov
7
OSUF 2016 Presentations
Posted by Johan Nel on 07 November 2016 12:39 PM

The Open Spatial User Forum 2016 on the 25th of October was an incredible success! The support from our user community maintains our passion and belief in the importance of an event that:

  • provides relevant information and updates about our company, our team, our products and solutions, as well as our roadmaps and visions;
  • enables the sharing of techniques and strategies, ours and yours;
  • delivers targeted workshop and training sessions;
  • is a great way to connect with other users building peer-to-peer networks

The presentations on the day can be downloaded below:

Opening Presentation: Wanda Skerrett

Open Spatial Development Strategy: Johan Nel and Gareth van der Merwe

Water Authority of Fiji Presentation

Tips and Tricks Session:

As Constructed Design Certification

Munsys Menu Customisation

QGIS:  A set of webinars will be conducted over the next few weeks to cover all the QGIS content and will be available after the webinar.

The Open Spatial Team

Open Spatial


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Oct
31
ACDC Hotfix
Posted by Johan Nel on 31 October 2016 04:23 PM

A hotfix for ACDC 4.2 and 4.3 has been released.

Issue Fixed by Hotfix: [WAE-875] Attached Object Data Removed During Pipe Break Validation
For validation processes that included a pipe break check, an issue occurred that caused the previous attached object data to be removed from validated objects.  This can cause data conversion inconsistencies. A hotfix has been made available via the product download section of the Open Spatial Website.

Open Spatial recommend that this hotfix be applied as soon as possible to ensure data integrity.

The Open Spatial Support Team


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Jul
8

You are invited to register for a brief webinar showing the recent updates to the As Constructed Portal www.asconstructed.com on Jul 14, 2016 10:00 AM  AEST (13:00 NZST) (17:00 PDT Jul 13) 

Register here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7573128604657861890

Open Spatial has released a new version of the As Constructed Portal. New functionality includes the ability to distribute documentation, personalisation and reporting on the site. Please join us as we share the new functionality of this exciting release.

Once you have registered, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

www.asconstructed.com

www.openspatial.com

 

The Open Spatial Team

Open Spatial


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Jun
7
Open Spatial Webinar Jun 8 2016 10 AM
Posted by Johan Nel on 07 June 2016 01:10 PM

 

Please register for enlighten 3.3 Release, What’s New in AutoCAD Map3D 2017, Monitoring and Optimising enlighten Performance on Jun 8, 2016 10:00 AM EST at: 

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3953091022996596483

With the release of enlighten 3.3, we will go through the new functionality. 
What’s New in AutoCAD Map3D 2017. 
Monitoring and Optimising enlighten Performance.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.



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May
19

AUSTRALIA, Sydney, 18 May 2016—Open Spatial today announced the introduction of “touch” capability in enlighten 3.3—its powerful browser-based mapping application and corporate geo-portal. Working intuitively on all form factors including desktops, tablets and smart phones, users can now easily use pinch zoom gestures directly on the map and panels to make selections and execute functions. In addition, support for GPS devices has been included extending the benefits of the enlighten business intelligence portal from the desktop to any form factor for users on-location.

“We continue to deliver enhancements that provide value to our customers and their organizations,” stated Colin Hobson, North American Director. “Including ‘touch’ and GPS to the geoportal is what our customers have been asking for. This improvement to enlighten provides a single point of contact to the asset maps and associated data no matter if the user is at a desk, in a truck or on-site.”

 

About enlighten 3.3

Enlighten enables seamless integration of engineering, corporate databases, imagery, mapping data and multimedia. The software takes advantage of Autodesk Infrastructure Map Server by extending its functionality with solutions for managing water, stormwater and sewer infrastructure assets, as well as planning, property and infrastructure assets for councils, utilities, airports and campuses. 

Accessed on premise through an Internet browser or in the cloud, enlighten requires no browser plugins, zero application software on the desktop and can include managed services.

To learn more about enlighten 3.3 on mobile devices, visit our YouTube channel.

About Open Spatial
Open Spatial provides geospatial engineering solutions for managing spatial data from survey through design, construction and data management. Our technologies are based on risk-averse ubiquitous platforms and bridge the gap between CAD, GIS, BIM and asset management applications. Utilizing open standards and engineering best practices, we deliver fit-for-purpose solutions with a focus on productivity improvements, definable return on investment and long-term savings.

www.openspatial.com

Open Spatial, the Open Spatial logo and all brand and product names above are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Open Spatial Corporation. All other brand names, product name or trademarks belong to their respective holders. Autodesk, AutoCAD Map 3D, AutoCAD Civil 3D, Oracle and Microsoft are registered trademarks of their respective owners.   

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