Urbano Polygon will support your workflow from start to finish regardless of project type. You will benefit from the speed and accuracy of the dynamic design model while enjoying great design and drafting flexibility thanks to the configuration system. Data exchange with complementary software is built-in with more than a dozen supported file formats. To complete the offer, there is a full set of calculation and analysis tools at your disposal.
Urbano 9.0 works on all versions of AutoCAD 2010 - 2016, 32 and 64 bit.
* Parcel creation and editing
* Data conversion from line/polyline
* Data conversion from text/block attributes
* Pipe layout design
* Buffer, overlay & thematic maps analyses
* Pipe & parcel intersection analysis
* Pipe clash analysis
All previous features
+ Import/Export with .shp & .tab
+ Import/Export with Databases
+ Import/Export with AutoCAD Civil 3D
+ Export to .ifc
+ Advanced cross sections
+ Advanced trench designs
+ Long section design
All previous features
+ Sewage & stormwater design
+ Catchment & influence area design
+ Flow & hydraulic calculations
+ Water distribution networks design
+ Data input according to EPANET
+ Import/export with EPANET
+ Pressure pipe dimensioning
+ Digital terrain modelling
+ Productivity tools for raster & vector maps
Program functions can be selected and started from the side-docking Workspace, a Ribbon, a custom created toolbar or directly from the AutoCAD® command line. Functions open free floating windows. You can open and operate several floating windows at the same time.
The UI adapts to almost any user workflow, saving time and enhancing user experience.
Pipe networks created with Urbano automatically group basic elements i.e. nodes and sections, into a topological network system. There are five distinct network topology elements: node, section, branch, array and system. Arrays are editable and provide advanced features like drawing all long sections at once.
The network topology creates a unique advantage, the possibility to select and edit a large data set.
Data selection and data input represent a major distinction between Urbano and other programs. Urbano includes the selection of multiple topology elements, from node to node, from station to station, according to a query etc. You can even create custom selection sets based on standard selection types.
The built-in data selection & input functions increase design accuracy and significantly reduce design time.
Data tables are the fastest solution for an overview of design data. They are based on configurations and can be created and adjusted freely. The contents can be copied to Microsoft Excel or to an AutoCAD® table.
User data and additional network data
A flexible way to add, import or export data associated with topology elements. User data is accessible like any other project data and can be used as part of any configuration. Additional network data can be associated with any station or station range – ideal for data describing pipe condition, damages and inspection results.
A simple way to create complex data sets for further analysis. A common use of queries is to filter data by using linked criteria. Based on configurations, queries can be used with data tables, thematic maps and styles.
Configurations represent the stored settings and data of an Urbano function.
They are used to drive the output of many functions like long sections, labels, data tables, data import and export, pipe clash analysis and the automatic calculation of pipe inverts. You can have many different configurations of the same function. If you update a configuration that produces a part of the drawing e.g. long section, all instances of that configuration will be refreshed automatically.
Configurations used in the project are stored in the .dwg file. To exchange configurations with other Urbano users it is enough to exchange a .dwg file. Configurations can be stored on a local computer and on a network server.
Polygon topology is a special type of data structure used for creating parcels or zones. You can create a polygon topology in an automated procedure by converting existing lines and polylines. The automated procedure will always create parcels that conform to the requirements. You can use post-processing cleanup and editing tools on all nonconforming lines and polylines. Additional information like parcel number, type and owner can be imported from a database or converted from AutoCAD® texts. You can use standard Urbano tools to edit, label, search, query and analyze the parcels.
Urbano includes a number of specific parcel analysis tools. To improve project insight you can perform buffer, union, intersection and overlay analyses. You can create analysis reports using thematic maps and data tables.
This is a special analysis type that allows you to detect intersection points between pipe networks and parcels. The results of the intersection can be stored in custom data variables which can be added to long section configurations. This will, for instance, allow you to control the type of parcel a pipe run is going through. The Polygon/ Pipe connection is dynamic and any change in the pipe run or the parcel will be refreshed automatically in all data views.
|System requirements for Urbano 9.0|
|Operating System||Microsoft® Windows® 10 (Desktop OS)
Microsoft Windows 8.1 with Update KB2919355
Microsoft Windows 7 SP1
|CPU Type||1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor|
|Memory||For 32-bit version:
|Display Resolution||1360x768 (1600x1050 or higher recommended) with True Color.
125% Desktop Scaling (120 DPI) or less recommended.
|Display Card||Windows display adapter capable of 1360x768 with True Color capabilities and DirectX® 9. DirectX 11 compliant card recommended.|
|Disk Space||Installation 6.0 GB|
|Pointing Device||MS-Mouse compliant|
|Media (DVD)||Download and installation from DVD|
|Browser||Windows Internet Explorer® 9.0 or later|
|.NET Framework||.NET Framework version 4.6|
|ToolClips Media Player||Adobe Flash Player v10 or up|