MAGNET summer webinar series

Summer webinar series

MAGNET experts are dedicating a full summer to introducing and teaching brand new field and office workflows that keep your jobs running fast and efficient.

Summer webinar series is just getting warmed up! Stay in the loop with this weekly webinar series, we guarantee that you’ll find the right information for what’s important for you.

Sign up for MAGNET® 5 summer webinar series.

Schedule and topics

June 8th: Highlights, top must-know improvements

June 15th: Work directly from map with fewer clicks

June 22nd: Bring your favorite configuration from job to job

June 29th: Greater control when importing data including Autodesk, Bentley, and third-party formats

July 6th: Seamless vertical construction Autodesk to Topcon workflows

July 13th: Cloud connectivity alleviates data silos between MAGNET, Bentley, Autodesk and Topcon Sitelink3D

July 20th: Field to finish for surveyors

July 27th: Benefits and capabilities of office data prep prior to survey and field layout

Aug 3rd: Efficient takeoff of earthwork volumes and file prep for machine control

Aug 10th: Road and highway model building with zone-based functionalities

Aug 17th: Asphalt resurfacing

Aug 24th: Mass Haul, new scheduling and oversight capabilities

Aug 31st: Built-in BIM for infrastructure capabilities

Sep 7th: Collage, mash up UAV and scanning data to get the right perspective on your project

Webinars are in Pacific Time but with your free myTopcon account you can watch the seminars whenever you want.
Expected duration from 30-45 minutes.

What’s new in MAGNET 5

Few reminders about the new features:

  • Faster machine control file preparations for corridors with zone-based logic
  • New BIM for infrastructure functionalities
  • Enhanced Bentley integrations
  • Improved user interface
  • Autodesk BIM 360 and Bentley ProjectWise cloud connection
  • Unlimited file and project storage

Contact us

Our team at Viasys VDC is dedicated to helping you increase the efficiency of your civil engineering projects.