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How to Use PRO600 for MicroStation V8i for Photogrammetric Vector Data Collection and Editing
PRO600 is an integrated suite of software applications from Hexagon Geospatial that optimizes MicroStation V8i for photogrammetric vector data collection and editing[^1^]. PRO600 is composed of two products: PROCART and PRODTM. PROCART is a cartographic editing tool that allows you to create and edit vector data in a stereo environment. PRODTM is a digital terrain model (DTM) editing tool that allows you to create and edit DTM data in a stereo environment.
MicroStation V8i is a computer-aided design (CAD) software purpose-built for infrastructure design, helping architects and engineers bring their vision to life, present their designs to their clients, and deliver their projects to the community[^2^]. MicroStation V8i supports 2D and 3D modeling, rendering, animation, and data management.
In this article, we will show you how to use PRO600 for MicroStation V8i for photogrammetric vector data collection and editing. We will assume that you have already installed PRO600 and MicroStation V8i on your computer and that you have access to stereo imagery and orientation data.
Step 1: Launch PRO600
To launch PRO600, you need to run the PRO600 Launcher application from the Start menu or the desktop shortcut. The PRO600 Launcher will allow you to select the product (PROCART or PRODTM), the project, the stereo model, and the display mode. You can also configure the settings and preferences for PRO600 from the PRO600 Launcher.
Step 2: Load Stereo Model
Once you have selected the product and the project, you need to load the stereo model that you want to work on. A stereo model consists of two overlapping images and their orientation data that allow you to view the terrain in 3D. You can load a stereo model by clicking on the Load Model button in the PRO600 Launcher or by using the File > Open Model command in MicroStation V8i. You can also create a new stereo model by using the File > New Model command in MicroStation V8i.
Step 3: Collect Vector Data
After loading the stereo model, you can start collecting vector data using the tools available in PRO600. Depending on the product you are using, you can collect different types of vector data, such as points, lines, polygons, text, symbols, contours, breaklines, etc. You can use the mouse or a digitizer to collect vector data in 3D by clicking on the terrain or by tracing features on the images. You can also use keyboard shortcuts or commands to enter coordinates or attributes for vector data.
Step 4: Edit Vector Data
Once you have collected vector data, you can edit them using the tools available in PRO600. Depending on the product you are using, you can edit different aspects of vector data, such as geometry, topology, elevation, attributes, symbology, etc. You can use the mouse or a digitizer to edit vector data in 3D by dragging or snapping them to other features or by using commands or dialogs. You can also use keyboard shortcuts or commands to modify coordinates or attributes for vector data.
Step 5: Save Vector Data
When you are done with collecting and editing vector data, you need to save them using the File > Save command in MicroStation V8i. You can save vector data as MicroStation design files (.dgn) or as other formats supported by MicroStation V8i. You can also export vector data as shapefiles (.shp) or as other formats supported by PRO600.
In this article, we have shown you how to use PRO600 for MicroStation V8i for photogrammetric vector data collection and editing. We hope that this article has been helpful and informative for you. If you want to learn more about PRO600 or MicroStation V8i, please visit their official websites[^1^] [^2^] or contact their support teams.
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