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1 Extended Survey Training Sponsored by HQ Survey Support EEDS and the Surveyor Presented by HQ CAE Support Jeff Graham Kate Severson Clint Hill Extended Survey Training EEDS and the Surveyor Sept. 20, 2011

2 Webinar Notes Please mute phones unless you have a question, use the Raised Hand function to get presenters attention If your listening on PC speakers use the Webinar Question function to Ask Questions Follow along in the EEDS manual EEDS pages references in presentation Web address will be sent via Chat Extended Survey Training EEDS and the Surveyor Sept. 20, 2011

3 EEDS and the Surveyor Objectives: 1.Identify the purpose for EEDS 2.Understand the EEDS deliverables specific to Survey and Right of Way 3.Identify the Survey folder structure 4.Recognize the survey file naming conventions 5.Understand project closure and transition 6.Document Control Network and Topography surveys Extended Survey Training EEDS and the Surveyor Sept. 20, 2011

4 What is EEDS? Electronic Engineering Data Standards A WSDOT manual that defines standards and procedures in preparing, delivering and archiving electronic engineering data for all phases of highway projects Extended Survey Training EEDS and the Surveyor Sept. 20, 2011

5 EEDS Purpose Establishes Standards and Procedures Promotes uniformity and consistency Project data is managed efficiently Adds value by making data created by someone else easy to access and use Extended Survey Training EEDS and the Surveyor Sept. 20, 2011

6 What does that mean to me? Consistency –In location and naming conventions allows others to quickly identify and access pertinent information Efficiency –As a surveyor collecting information for a design project, many groups in downstream processes depend on your data Documentation –Provides necessary trail to key data, decisions and criteria, and other invaluable info to pass to customer Extended Survey Training EEDS and the Surveyor Sept. 20, 2011

7 EEDS Contents Division 1 – Deliverables Deliverables 1 WSDOT Resources Deliverables 2 Data Transfer, Review and Acceptance Deliverables 3 Project Directory Structure Deliverables 4 File Naming Conventions Deliverables 5 Survey Deliverables 6 Roadway Design Deliverables 7 Drafting and Plans Preparation EEDS Manual Pg. 4

8 EEDS Contents Division 2 – Forms Forms 1 General Forms 2 Survey Forms 3 Project Forms 4 InRoads Forms 5 CAD EEDS Manual Pg. 5

9 EEDS Contents Division 3 – Symbology Symbology 1 Requirements Symbology 2 Data Collection Symbology 3 Design Standard Symbology 4 Right of Way Standards Symbology 5 PS&E Standards EEDS Manual Pg. 5

10 WSDOT Resources Agency Developed Software Resources –Increased efficiency for survey, drafting, design and construction Standard symbology Productivity tools Conventions –Support Plans Preparation manual and EEDS manual EEDS Manual Pg. D1-1

11 Deliverables - Suppliers Responsibility Data Transfer –Information in electronic format –Posted on WSDOT network –Transmittal letter to the customer –Submissions shall be in accordance of EEDS –Electronic files same as “hard copy” –Files named in accordance with EEDS EEDS Manual Pg. D2-1

12 Transmittal Letter Project Information: Name, Project Numbers, and Description Submission Number and Date InRoads Location Survey Checklist Contents Listing: Names and Location of the Electronic Data EEDS Manual Pg. D2-2

13 InRoads Location Survey Checklist Provides contact info Use for project data contents listing Ensures complete package LocationSurveyChecklist.docx EEDS Manual Pg. D2-2

14 Acceptance – Customers Responsibility Review of Survey Files Verify Data Complies with standard field code usage Coordinate ranges are consistent with project Correct application of combined factor was applied EEDS Manual Pg. D2-3

15 Acceptance – Customers Responsibility Review of Surface Models – Inconsistencies between DTM features and MicroStation base mapping – Contours for inconsistencies or anomalies – Elements for incorrect elevations – Profiles for unusual slopes or breaks – Sections for unusual slopes or breaks – Erroneous triangles have been deleted EEDS Manual Pg. D2-3

16 Acceptance – Customers Responsibility Review of CAD Files – Levels adhere to standards – Graphic elements conform to standards – Accuracy and consistency of tie points, stationing and dimensions EEDS Manual Pg. D2-3

17 Rejection of Electronic Data Submittals Files that do not meet requirements are returned to the supplier for correction: The customer will provide written explanation of areas that do not conform The supplier responsibilities are: –Finding the source of the errors –Correcting the errors –Resubmitting the files EEDS Manual Pg. D2-4

18 Project Directory Structure WSDOT Standard Structure for Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) Data Storage Folder structure: Project stored in uniquely named folder Contains all data files - includes all survey and other supporting data files Master files stored in the standard project – Working copy may reside on local computer - surveyor’s office or field PC EEDS Manual Pg. D3-1

19 Project Directory Structure WSDOT CAE Standard Project Folders EEDS Manual Pg. D3-2

20 Survey Directory Structure All survey files are stored in the survey structure EEDS Manual Pg. D3-11

21 Survey Directory Structure _Deliverables Complete-to-date survey datasets formatted for design purposes _Requests Copy of completed survey request form EEDS Manual Pg. D3-11

22 Survey Directory Structure _SurveyDoc All survey related project documentation –Survey-generated project datum calculation reports –Audit/revision reports from processed raw data –Survey documentation spreadsheet, etc. EEDS Manual Pg. D3-11

23 Survey Directory Structure \Control Control network datasheets Traverse analysis and adjustment reports Other related documentation EEDS Manual Pg. D3-11

24 Survey Directory Structure \Monumentation Documents for Record of Survey and Record of Monumentation DNR Permits and completion reports for monumentation removal or destruction Control network datasheets Other related documentation EEDS Manual Pg. D3-12

25 Survey Directory Structure RawData Original survey data files Field data collector files *.crd, *.rw5,*.sdr, etc. Scanned hard copy field notes EEDS Manual Pg. D3-12

26 Survey Directory Structure WorkingData Surveyor’s working data \RWKs Surveyor's InRoads Project Files (*.rwk). \Fieldbooks InRoads Survey Fieldbook (*.fwd) Files EEDS Manual Pg. D3-12

27 Survey Directory Structure WorkingData \Geometry Surveyor's InRoads Geometry Project (*.alg) Files \Surfaces Surveyor’s InRoads Surface (*.dtm) Files EEDS Manual Pg. D3-12

28 File Naming Conventions Standard Naming Conventions – Make data portable – Are easy to recognize – Able to use files created by others EEDS Manual Pg. D4-1

29 File Naming Conventions EEDS Manual Pg. D4-1

30 File Naming Conventions EEDS Manual Pg. D4-1

31 File Naming Conventions EEDS Manual Pg. D4-2

32 File Naming Conventions EEDS Manual Pg. D4-2

33 File Naming Conventions EEDS Manual Pg. D4-3

34 Survey Deliverables Data Collection and Processing –Use WSDOT standard feature codes to identify field observations –See Symbology 2 – Data Collection for complete code list –The raw data file must be processed and delivered to requestor in InRoads format EEDS Manual Pg. D5-1

35 Survey Deliverables Data Organization All electronic project files and data are organized as defined: Deliverables 3 “Project Directory Structure” Deliverables 4 “File Naming Conventions” EEDS Manual Pg. D5-1

36 Survey Deliverables Incremental Delivery of Survey Data Incremental transfer package should include: Entire survey dataset (all survey points and survey chains) collected to date Checklist items that apply to the latest dataset EEDS Manual Pg. D5-1

37 Survey Deliverables Documentation Survey Request Form Complete surveyor’s portion Place form in Survey\Request folder Note: Survey Request Form is created in the Survey\Request folder when CAE Project is created. EEDS Manual Pg. D5-2

38 Survey Deliverables Documentation InRoads Survey Documentation Spreadsheet Must be completed for the project Named Projname_InRoadsSurveyDoc.xlsx Used to document EEDS Manual Pg. D5-2 ‒ Project Information ‒ Control Monumentation ‒ Alignments ‒ DTM ‒ Survey Fieldbook

39 Survey Deliverables Documentation Project Control All monuments used to establishment project control network must have documentation Documentation will be included in the _SurveyDoc\Control folder Entry in InRoads Survey Documentation Spreadsheet EEDS Manual Pg. D5-2

40 Survey Deliverables Documentation Project Control Must include source documentation –WSDOT Report of Survey Mark –County reports of survey documentation Remain in its original format Retain its original name Monumentation maps may be scanned – Electronic scan treated as the source EEDS Manual Pg. D5-2

41 Survey Deliverables Documentation Supplemental Control –Stored in Survey\_SurveyDoc\Control folder –Entry in InRoads Survey Documentation Spreadsheet –Points must have traverse adjustment notes documenting ties with project control EEDS Manual Pg. D5-2

42 Survey Deliverables Documentation Project Datum Methodology defined in Chapter 6 of the WSDOT Highway Survey Manual Where multiple combined factors are required –Map of the project datum areas –Impacted control must be documented EEDS Manual Pg. D5-3

43 Survey Deliverables Documentation Project Datum State Plane to Project Datum conversion report Format ASCII Text, Microsoft Excel, or Word file formats File name example: L1234_SPCtoPD.rpt Stored file in Survey\_SurveyDoc folder EEDS Manual Pg. D5-3

44 Survey Deliverables Data Processing Fieldbooks (*.FWD) Import raw data files or processed data file from another application File name example: L1234_PCid_Topo.fwd Audit files (*.log files) Document modifications and adjustments File name example: L1234_PCid_Survey.log EEDS Manual Pg. D5-4

45 Survey Deliverables Data Processing Graphic Files (*.DGN) Final survey planimetrics will be written to graphics to produce a MicroStation DGN file File name example: L1234_PCid_Survey.dgn Stored in Survey\_Deliverables folder EEDS Manual Pg. D5-4

46 Survey Deliverables Data Processing Surface Files (*.DTM) Surface DTM will be created from final survey fieldbook Will be reviewed for accuracy File name example: ID1234_PCid_Survey.dtm Stored in Survey\_Deliverables folder EEDS Manual Pg. D5-4

47 Survey Deliverables Data Processing Geometry Project Files (*.ALG) Two geometry projects will be created –project that contains the control points and monuments File name example: L1234_PCid_Control.alg Stored in Survey\_Deliverables folder –project that contains the final survey fieldbook dataset File name example: L1234_PCid_Survey.alg Stored in Survey\_Deliverables folder EEDS Manual Pg. D5-4

48 Survey Deliverables Data Processing Raw Survey Data All survey data collected for the project needs to be included in its raw, unedited format Any modifications or edits prior to import into InRoads must be done on copies of the raw files and noted in the survey documentation EEDS Manual Pg. D5-4

49 Survey Deliverables Data Processing InRoads Survey Package Deliverables A complete InRoads survey package consists of all the electronic data in the project’s Survey subfolder This folder contains all files and data necessary for the requester to import and use the survey dataset in InRoads, and the supporting documentation for the survey EEDS Manual Pg. D5-4

50 Survey Deliverables The Survey\Deliverables Folder – Contains all the electronic data necessary for designer to use the survey data with InRoads – The only data that will be used directly in the design phase – Access to the other subfolders under the Survey project folder is necessary for backup and overall project documentation EEDS Manual Pg. D5-4

51 Survey Deliverables Project Closure and Transition Preparation of Deliverable Package General requirements for the transfer, review and acceptance of the data are detailed in Deliverables 2 The surveyor will prepare a complete survey package and notify the requestor survey has been finalized EEDS Manual Pg. D5-5

52 Survey Deliverables Project Closure and Transition Preparation of Deliverable Package Delivery accomplished by providing the requester access to the entire Survey folder if both surveyor and requester share a network resource and can both reference the same project folder EEDS Manual Pg. D5-5

53 Survey Deliverables Project Closure and Transition Preparation of Deliverable Package If shared network location is not an option Surveyor will provide a copy of the project’s Survey subfolder This can be accomplished using any medium that can reliably contain the entire folder structure. (e.g., an , an FTP site, a compact disk or a DVD) EEDS Manual Pg. D5-5

54 Survey Deliverables Data Archival WSDOT surveyor responsible for archival of the final electronic survey data per the region’s policy External surveyor, it is the requester who is responsible for archival of the final electronic data per the region’s policy If no regional archival policy exists, the responsible party needs to ensure the data is appropriately archived for future reference EEDS Manual Pg. D5-5

55 Survey Forms Survey Request Form –Copied to Survey\_Requests folder when CAE project is created –Form also available WSDOT Form Catalog InRoads Location Survey Checklist Link on EDDS web address InRoads Survey Location Spreadsheet Copied to Survey\_SurveyDoc folder when CAE project is created EEDS Manual Pg. F2-1

56 Symbology Symbology 2 – Data Collection Describes the symbology used to identify features by survey crews, photogrammetry and other collection methods EEDS Manual Pg. F2-1

57 Survey Deliverables Symbology EEDS Manual Pg. F2-1

58 Summary EEDS project structure can be generated easily and will promote a consistent approach among projects across the state. This reduces the time taken to reverse engineer another teams data.


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