Course Content (Syllabus)
The technical plan and digital design introduce the Forestry Environmentalist to the concepts of technical plans, which make up the studies of forest technical and hydrological projects, as well as forestry or urban landscape studies. The importance and utility of the technical design and digital design contracts, the means and capabilities of imprinting and presenting field data or digital backgrounds are key tools for the science of forestry. Theory, analysis and design of information systems. Information collection techniques and data banks. Methodology and data processing. Computer Networks and Project Management. The basic design equipment (writing surfaces, writing instruments, design instruments) and how to use them, lines-designing lines, letters and numbers writing, geometric constructions, design scale and legend, Draft - Definitive Design, Building and Building Plan, Topographic diagram, Free Drawing, 3D design and automated digital design in the science of the forester-environmentalist are typical steps of technical and digital design. Learning the use of the peripheral devices of the computer (PC) for the import and performance of digital designs and models, the systems and transformations of coordinates used in automated digital design, the CAD -type design systems, the basic design commands of a CAD are required. The introduction of forest orthophoto’s into the AutoCAD desktop and geo-referencing based on WGS '87 coordinates, the processing of maps and data, the comparison of recent orthophoto’s with old ones, the length of the road network, the extent of the mountainous settlements and the controversial land, the two - dimensional and three - dimensional forestry designs, the design with coordinates and their processing in design programs are immediate and productive.
Technical Design, Digital Designs, Cartographic Scale, Forest Constructions, Hydronomic Constructions, Topographic Diagrams, Land Registry