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How to Export Controls Points from Topcon 3D Office


Note: This workflow requires high attention to details when following the instructions. Any deviation from the steps may result in incorrect creation of the localization file. For any questions please contact support@skycatch or your Customer Success representative.  

User Steps 

  1. Create a New Project
  2. Go to Project > Export control points > To text file...
  3. Select New format...
  4. Name the format “Skycatch”, with extension “CSV”
  5. Under the Line Item tab, add the following line items:
  6. Point name
  7. Point northing
  8. Point easting
  9. Point elevation
  10. Point WGS84 latitude
  11. Point WGS84 longitude
  12. Point WGS84 height.  Make sure to disable trailing comma by selecting Append > Nothing.
  13. The line items tab should look like this:
  14. Switch to Export rules tab and click Add…
  15. Under Rule, select “Add line as header” with the following value:
    “name,n,e,z,lat(dms),lon(dms),alt”


NOTE: Unit of measure should be listed in header following these formats:

meters:  “name,n(m),e(m),z(m),lat(dms),lon(dms),alt(m)"
us-ft: “name,n(us-ft),e(us-ft),z(us-ft),lat(dms),lon(dms),alt(us-ft)”
ft: “name,n(ft),e(ft),z(ft),lat(dms),lon(dms),alt(ft)”

 

 Select “Skycatch” as export format and click Next >

Choose file destination and click Finish to export file:

 

Note: Your final localization.csv file should include control points that apply BOTH vertical and horizontal localization. Please exclude any control points that do not apply both.

 

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