Through Recursos Técnicos Madrid, S.L. (www.rtm.es), Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros de Caminos, Canales y Puertos (ETSICCP) in Madrid has signed the new “Programa Académico de Bentley Institute” for the incoming course 2017-2018.
This program includes “STUDENTserver” in order to provide professors and pupils with over the 60 most recent software applications by Bentley. RTM-Bentley supply as many access codes as they need to provide the start up of any of the Bentley products downloaded and installed.
Likewise either professors as pupils are provided with the direct access to on line courses “On-Demand” and “Live” under “Elearning” via “Bentley LEARNserver” through which they will learn to manage the products that can ease them in the performance of their projects according to their application field: bridges, roads, hydraulics, structures, sewing, 3D/4D modellization , CAD, etc.
Every logged pupil will be able to access the information about on line courses “On-Demand” and “Live”, from which and once they are completed he/she will be able to download printing certificates by Bentley. These certificates will warrant the knowledge achieved all at once they give an added value to those certificates and credits granted by Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros de Caminos, Canales y Puertos.
In order to ease even more the learning process, a Professional and Product Support Net is set up through the Bentley Social Community. It includes the 24/7 support offered to Bentley users. At the same time Recursos Técnicos Madrid, S.L. will supply a continuous assistance to the School as they have been doing to other centres with who they have participate in the subscription of the Academic Program by Bentley Institute.
Thanks to the Academic Program by Bentley Institute supplied by RECURSOS TÉCNICOS MADRID, S.L. https://www.rtm.es, the ETSICCP extends even more its educational offer in order to ease the introduction of the future engineers into the labour markets either in Spain as in other countries where the demand of engineers skilled in Bentley applications increases daily.
Through Recursos Técnicos Madrid, S.L. (www.rtm.es), Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingeniería Civil (ETSIC) (Higher Technical School of Civil Engineering) (http://www.ingenieriacivil.upm.es/) has signed the new “Programa Académico de Bentley Institute”. (Bentley Institute Academic Programme)
This program includes “STUDENTserver” in order to provide professors and pupils with more than 60 most recent Bentley software applications. RTM-Bentley supplies as many access codes needed to provide the start up of any of the Bentley products downloaded and installed.
Likewise either professors or pupils are provided with the direct Access to on line courses “On-Demand” and “Live” under “Elearning” via “Bentley LEARNserver” through which they will learn to manage the products that are more interesting for them.
Every logged pupil will be able to access the information about on line courses “On-Demand” and “Live”, from which and once they are completed he/she will be able to download printing certificates by Bentley. These certificates will warrant the knowledge achieved all at once and they give an added value to those certificates and credits granted by Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingeniería Civil.
02 September 2011 • 11:04am
Carmen Bermejoo handing certificate to one of the presenters.May 31 2011 – The First FME 2011 User Seminar took place in the premises of Colegio de Ingeniero…
Carmen Bermejo handing certificate to one of the presenters.May 31 2011 – The First FME 2011 User Seminar took place in the premises of Colegio de Ingenieros Técnicos Agrícolas de Centro, Madrid (España).Sponsored by RECURSOS TÉCNICOS MADRID, S.L. (RTM), SAFE SOFTWARE’S dealer, RTM has been a pioneer in providing the FME technology to Spain since 2000. The great majority of licenses have been installed the Spanish Central and Regional Government authorities in and also to many private GIS and organisations were translation of spatial data formats are a necessary requirement.FME (Feature Manipulation Engine) is the tool to collect data with ETL (Extract, Transform and Load) used to manage spatial data, either within the desktop or used within a server envirnonments. Over 265 Formats GIS, CAD, vector, raster and database are translated and delivered in accordance to the user requests. Few formats are not covered by FME. It is within SAFE policy to increase the number of them every year. Together with RTM’s team (Carmen Bermejo, Miguel A. Hacar, Miguel Bodalo and Marta Hacar) the Seminar had the presence of Ken Bragg SAFE Software’s expert in FME Server who was available to answer as many questions as the attendees wanted to ask. At the end of the event, Ken Bragg and RTM continued replying to questions. Certificates were delivered to lecturers and attendees. Because of the enormous interest indicated by the number of attendees, RTM will be scheduling a new event for next year.
Recursos Técnicos Madrid, S.L. (RTM) has served the National Geographic Institute of Spain (IGN) with functionality that added to the FME Universal Format Converter, optimize and greatly simplify the process of transforming data to the specific model of INSPIRE.
These features together with FME Oracle applications such as FME Workbench, FME Quick Translator, FME Universal Viewer and others, as well as new functionality to Inspire are currently served by RTM.
“The Inspire Directive establishes a spatial data infrastructure in the European Union, and urges Member States to establish and manage a network of spatial data services which include, among others, visualization services.
“The National Geographic Institute has initiated and undertaken the transformation of its services in INSPIRE services. Changes largely marked by European legislation and its transposition into Spanish, including the use of open source tools in the development of permits. “
- Process Template for FME Workbench
- Tutorial with examples of mapping processes FME Workbench
- Help spread the FME Workbench integrated with specific information for INSPIRE
- Access to current INSPIRE specifications directly from FME Workbench
- More than 100 additional tools (“FME Transformer)” to support the mapping schema
- INSPIRE: Creating specific attributes and values.
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Nombre y Apellidos: RECURSOS TÉCNICOS MADRID, S.L.
Teléfono: 91 460 9406
Razón social: Pº de Yeserías 31, 2º J
Actividad de la empresa: Consulting de Ingeniería
Utilización del UAV denominado ELFOII en Operaciones de Conservación.
La utilización del ELFOII para efectuar Análisis periódicos del comportamiento de vehículos en desvíos de tráfico.
Cuantificación rápida de siniestros. Inventario. Cartografía rápida desde el aire.
En este artículo proponemos la utilización del UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) diseñado por RTM para controlar desde el aire obras lineales, superficiales y verticales en cualquiera fase del proceso constructivo. ELFOII es el nombre que hemos dado a nuestro “vehículo aéreo no tripulado”. La capacidad para portar todo tipo de cámaras, termográficas, infrarrojas, de alta definición unido a la capacidad para emitir imágenes vía radio en tiempo real y efectuar recorridos utilizando piloto automático, nos hace intuir que en un plazo muy breve ELFOII será una herramienta habitual en operaciones de conservación, inventario y cuantificación de daños en carreteras, viviendas. En muchos casos, ELFOII puede llegar a sustituir a un helicóptero tripulado y a costes muy inferiores.
En situaciones de emergencia el despliegue del ELFOII a fin de documentar la zona puede marcar la diferencia entre un antes y un después en el control de obras, basta con pensar que en cualquier momento y lugar podemos subir una cámara de video que nos envía imágenes en tiempo real a una altura de 300 metros en cuestión de segundos y tener una perspectiva de una situación imposible de conseguir por otros medios y en ese plazo.
Aeropuertos Españoles y Navegación Aérea (Aena), which handles more passengers than any other airport operator in the world, is using software from the British developer Cadcorp to manage geographic information about its extensive infrastructure of airports and radio masts.
Stevenage, 10 May 2013–Aeropuertos Españoles y Navegación Aérea (Aena), which handles more passengers than any other airport operator in the world, is using software from the British developer Cadcorp to manage geographic information about its extensive infrastructure of airports and radio masts. Any authorised user can now visualise, add and modify cartographic and infrastructural data, from Aena premises that include both airports and radio mast installations.
The application called “SIGNA” by Aena, is the start of a wider GIS project for intranet GIS, first specified by the Aeronautic Information Service (AIS) in Aena in 2009. The project aim was to bring together the range of geographic data built up over the years by Aena into a single web server,in order to serve any user requesting this information.
The application has been developed by Cadcorp partner Recursos Técnicos Madrid, S.L. under Aena’s specifications, and in collaboration with the contractor Topografía y Obras, S.A. (TYOSA). TYOSA was responsible for surveying and field data collection over a three year period. In parallel, RTM working with the staff of Aena, assumed the responsibility for application development. This included designing the software user interface, and maintaining connectivity with a central spatial database “Ingena”. All maps and surveying data held in Ingena can now be accessed through Internet Explorer® over Aena’s intranet.
RTM was tasked with migrating the Ingena database from Oracle® to Microsoft SQL Server®, while at the same time developing the graphic client application that would access the database. The task was complicated by the requirement for the application to accommodate new records as the TYOSA survey team created them, as Mr. Hacar in charge of the project from RTM’s side, explains:
“The integration with database records is done in real time and updated and coordinated by means of a Maintenance application we have developed for the Ingena database. It takes advantage of one of the strengths of Cadcorp technology by being able to upload all available maps – in both vector and raster formats – in their native format. We are able to add 2D and 3D vector maps in formats such as DGN, DWG and SHP, without any modifications. We are also managing orthophotos as very large raster files, again without problems.“
“We congratulate RTM on the success of this prestigious project” commented Mike O’Neil, CEO of Cadcorp. “They have shown the value of treating spatial information is a generic and shared resource that organisations can put to work in support of different business activities.”
About Recursos Técnicos Madrid, S.L (RTM)
Founded in 1999, RTM is a Spanish software house specialising in GIS and CAD applications for the environment and land surveying markets. www.rtm.es
Cadcorp is a British software development company focused on geographic information system (GIS) and web mapping software. It offers a complete suite of products – the Cadcorp Spatial Information System ® (Cadcorp SIS®) – addressing all phases of spatial information management. Cadcorp SIS is available worldwide through a network of Cadcorp partners and through a direct sales team in the UK and Ireland. www.cadcorp.com