- Full 3D integrated design across all modules in one single user interface.
- Google Earth point & elevation imports
- Auto pick up OGL, PL & slope level
- Real-time verification
- Improve working speed by 80% over the previous version
- Better visualization, more accurate design & enjoys better coordination
- Clash analysis between Water, Sewer & Drain in 3D
- View & edit directly entity clash in 3D
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USING MITS TO DESIGN STANDARD-COMPLIANCE INFRASITES
Road– urban or rural– design can be a tricky subject to get right, despite the simplistic appearance. The engineers have to consider multiple factors such as guideline compliance (REAM, ATJ 2015 or to some extent, AASHTO), cost consideration, soil condition and the impact on the ecosystem. The designed road must be pleasing to drive at, it must not disturbed..
STEP BY STEP TO RESOLVING EARTHWORK QUANTITY DISPUTES WITH CLIENT
How do you resolve earthwork quantity disputes?
Frequently we receive such inquiries from our users. Often when our users– who are consultants– present their earthwork quantity results, their clients would come up with an alternative figure. Often, the clients will just present a single number, with no..
ADDING VALUES TO YOUR CLIENTS
How do you differentiate yourself as a consulting engineer?
With more and more civil engineers entering the workforce–one estimate is that around 16K new graduates are produced yearly (about 50% of them are civil engineers), and with more and more engineering firms set..
CASE STUDY: WHEN YOUR EARTHWORK CUT AND FILL RESULT IS CHALLENGED...
Imagine in a meeting, you just happily present the output of MiTS software for the infrastructure design. You show the earthwork levels you design, the keyplans, the drainage longitudinal cross section, the predevelopment watershed analysis and the 3D view to your client, architects, other fellow engineers and quantity surveyors. It seems that everyone is extremely engaged and towards the end, it looks like you are making the greatest…
WATERSHED CASE STUDY
Watershed is the area where the flows from higher point drains all the water running to a common outlet. It combines with other watersheds forming network of stream that all drain into larger body of water, such as lakes and oceans. Topography..