Novapoint Site Tool
3D and cross sections viewer for Road models
Novapoint Site Tool provides complete control of the calculated geometry of the road. It can be controlled as well in 3D as in cross sections or plan view. In addition to that, one has an overview of the input data used for the road design. All road surface widths, slopes, layers in the superstructure, etc. are available in dialogues.
Export setting out data
There are a lot of functions for creating setting out data for GPS/total stations or machine control systems In Novapoint Site Tool. Road designs (VIPS) can be opened directly in the program and exported to Leica Road Runner, LandXML (Mikrofyn, SBG), Trimble (*.tdf and *.PRO) and Anmask. One can also export lines, surfaces or points to different formats, among others LandXML triangle model, which can be used directly in machine guidance systems.
Import data to the DtM
All measured data from terrain, ditches, pipes, etc. can be imported to a Novapoint Terrain Model using formats like *.kof, *.sosi, *.LandXML, *.txt, etc. This way one can supplement the Terrain Model with measured terrain surface or measured rock surface.
Create and calculate Road design
As both the Road design and the Terrain Model are available in Novapoint Site Tool, present Road designs can be calculated relative to recently measured terrain data. If you need to design your own roads (VIPS projects), e.g. for setting out a ditch or a site, this can be performed in Novapoint Site Tool.
Volume report to eXCel
Both generated Road designs and Road designs from the employer can be calculated, and the reports sent directly to Excel. At the same time you have the opportunity to get cross sections drawings along the whole alignment. This combined with the Excel-report gives a good basis for documentation.
By controlling the quality of the layers of the superstructure, the measurements can be read to the Terrain model via formats like *.kof etc. After that one can get a non-conformance report between the measured points and the theoretical soil layers of the Road design.