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Survey sketch execution in software in the Kokeš
Marek, Přemysl ; Matějík, Miroslav (referee) ; Berková, Alena (advisor)
The topic of this Bachelor's Thesis is to create three sample Survey sketches in the KOKEŠ program and to record video instructions for their creation. These instructions will further serve as a teaching aid in the subject of real estate cadastre. The first part of the Bachelor's Thesis deals with the KOKEŠ program, theory and history associated with Survey sketches. The second part discusses the practical process of creating a survey sketch from ordering it to handing it over to the client.
Creation the taskbar in the program MicroStation for documentation the current state of the building
Kuchařová, Hana ; Kuruc, Michal (referee) ; Berková, Alena (advisor)
The bachelor's thesis describes the creation of a panel of tasks and, with it, the creation of a work set for the passporting of buildings according to ČSN 01 3420 Drawings of building structures - Drawing drawings of building parts in the MicroStation CONNECT Edition program. The work contains detailed instructions for creating new libraries of user lines, cells and the *.dgnlib file. An annotation scale was used to create the working set. The working set can be used to obtain simplified construction documentation/passport. The functionality of the Passport work set was verified on sample drawings of the plan, vertical section and perspective.
Use of annotation scale for vectorization and generalization of topographic map in MicroStation
Krška, Jakub ; Andělová, Pavla (referee) ; Berková, Alena (advisor)
The MicroStation CONNECT Edition program is characterized by a complete change of the user environment, which the user can also create according to the specified requirements. The result of the work is the creation of a user environment (the ribbon) for drawing a topographic map. At the same time, the annotation scale is implemented for selected elements, its use facilitates the possible generelization of the map. At the end of the work, the created WorkSet is tested on the vectorization of a topographic map and its subsequent generalization.
Modelling a rectory building in the Revit program
Chladil, Martin ; Hanzl,, Vlastimil (referee) ; Berková, Alena (advisor)
The main objective of this thesis is to make the construction documentation of the part of the historical building using modern means. Data capture was done by laser scanning with a test of an automatic scan registration and a georeferencing in the field. The building was modelled in Revit as a BIM (Building Information Modelling) model. A certain degree of generalization of shapes and capture of details was used during creation. Subsequently the construction drawings were completed from the model for the customer purposes.
The surveying of the Chapel „Christ in Olive Mountain“, St. Ursula’s convent area, Josefská street in Brno
Podhora, David ; Berková, Alena (referee) ; Bartoněk, Dalibor (advisor)
The work deals with Geodetic surveying of the Chapel „Christ in Olive Mountain“ St. Ursula’s convent using topological coding. The codes will be added to the list of point coordinates and modified in this way the list will be automatically drawn using a Python script in QGIS. The script is completed and is not a part of the solution. The import into the suitable CAD software (MicroStation AutoCAD) from QGIS is then possible via the DXF interchangeable format. Surveying in the field will be supplemented by cloud points from laser scanning. The work will include an evaluation both of these methods and a comparison with the classical method.
Terrain creation in the Revit program
Meluzín, Tomáš ; Volařík, Tomáš (referee) ; Berková, Alena (advisor)
This bachelor´s thesis deals with the creation of a digital terrain model in AutoDesk Revit software. It explores the three options for creating a digital terrain model offered by Revit. Terrain modeling based on contour lines, inputting elevation points directly in Revit, and modeling based on an imported text file with coordinates. The input data for the first mentioned option, contour lines, was created in AtlasDMT software. This process is also described in the thesis. The thesis is devided into two parts. The first part focuses on Digital terrain model issues and related data collection methods, and the second part provides a detailed procedure for creating a digital model in Revit. The outcome of this thesis is a digital terrain model of the surrounding area of the object of interest and a site plan of this area.
Documentation of listed buildings from a surveyor’s point of view
Vystavěl, Ondřej ; Kuruc, Michal ; Berková, Alena ; Volařík, Tomáš
Production of documentation of listed buildings in a comprehensive digital form is an important step in the process of preserving cultural heritage and enables the preservation of as much information as possible about cultural monuments for future generations. One of the ways to approach this issue is to create an information model. Modelling is preceded by data acquisition. Surveyor should be responsible for this activity. At present, this often involves geometric surveying of the object using laser scanning technologies, followed by processing into a point cloud, which forms the spatial basis for the creation of the information model of the scanned object. It should be standard to connect the measurements to a coordinate and height reference system. For the creation of BIM, it is generally necessary to choose software that, among other things, allows modelling from predefined elements. There are a number of elements for designing new structures. However, the situation is different for historic buildings. These contain elements of completely different and often complicated geometric shapes that are not currently available in the available libraries, so you have to create them, because they tend to be different, often unique, for each building. In order to visualise the resulting information model for the general public, game development environment tools are now increasingly being used to create outputs for ordinary users. The above-mentioned issue is described in this paper using a case study of the creation of an information model of the listed building Maxmiliánův dvůr in Kroměříž, built in the mid-19th century by the Archbishop of Olomouc, Maxmilián Sommerau Beck.
Construction phase in the building information model
Richterová, Zuzana ; Hanzl,, Vlastimil (referee) ; Berková, Alena (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with the creation of construction phases in the building information model, which were created with the use of data from the design documentation of passport, data from the actual measurements taken mainly by laser scanning and the design documentation of reconstruction. This thesis describes the procedure from fieldwork (acquisition of measurement data), through its processing, to the final drawings including also the model in *.rvt format. The focus of the thesis is on the project phases, for which the issues arising in their creation are described. The stumbling block in this thesis was the inconsistency in the design documentations, which was mainly reflected in the creation of the model of the reconstruction phase. All the pitfalls that occurred in the thesis are explained in the text.
Measurement of identical points for geometrical plans creation and accuracy of cadastral maps
Vysloužilová, Marie ; Berková, Alena (referee) ; Machotka, Radovan (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis deals with proccesing older informations about identical points from earlier map working (stable cadastre, instruction A, THM, ZMVM etc.) and from ZPMZ and with successive new measuring these points in propriate chosen loctions in cadastral territory Blansko. The aim is on the one hand assessing real accuraccy of the cadastral maps in chosen locations and then assessing posibility of identification and accuracy of the identical points that are used for example during creating survey sketches.
Using of the annotation scale to draw a purpose map in MicroStation
Plisková, Anna ; Nosek, Jakub (referee) ; Berková, Alena (advisor)
The aim of the bachelor thesis was focused on the use of annotation scale for drawing in MicroStation V8. Annotation scale can be used to draw cells, user lines, texts and dimension styles, and hatching. The main task of the work was to rework the existing library of cells and the library of lines for scale 1: 1000 into a library containing elements of size in millimetres, according to ČSN 01 3411 Large scale maps – Drawings and markers. There was also described how the MicroStation V8 works, when drawing a map in a drawing model using annotation scale – from project creation, uploading the libraries using annotation scale to a new created project, creating the dgnlib control file and task panel, to inserting elements when drawing the map. To check the functionality of the reworked libraries of cells and lines, were used measured data to create a thematic map of the Observatory on Kraví hora in Brno, which was measured in the second year of bachelor’s degree in the subject Mapping I.

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