By David Crowther
In these two previous blogs we explored how we can better integrate CAD and GIS teams by sharing spatial datasets more effectively.
- Integrating GeoSpatial Assets with your CAD team: https://www.cadlinecommunity.co.uk/hc/en-us/articles/360001406237-QGIS-Integrating-CAD-and-GIS-Using-AutoCAD
- Utilising the ESRI ArcGIS to AutoCAD Plugin to provide basemapping options for our spatial assets within AutoCAD: https://www.cadlinecommunity.co.uk/hc/en-us/articles/360002202378-Integrating-CAD-and-GIS-Using-AutoCAD-Part-2
Now, in Part 3 we explore the most recent version (beta 400) of the ESRI ArcGIS to AutoCAD Plugin to access our GeoSpatial Assets via an ArcGIS Online Account. We will then manage those assets within AutoCAD – deleting, inserting and editing features – and then synchronise those changes back to ArcGIS Online so that the wider project team e.g. InfraWork Users see those changes instantly update within their Models.