Design Manager: User
What will I learn from this course?
This course is designed to instruct end users on how to use Smallworld Design Manager in performing their jobs. The course covers the creation and management of jobs and designs, as well as the use of design layout tools to create and edit the network assets stored in a Smallworld database. Use of these tools is illustrated in relation to process flows and scenario based workflows as found in distribution centres.
Who Should Attend?
The course is designed for end users, typically engineers and designers, who are responsible for designing and updating utility network and work management systems
There are no mandatory prerequisites for this course. Ideally students should have experience of:
Smallworld Core functionality
Experience of using a GIS
Experience in engineering and/or distribution design
Following the course, students should have:
Familiarity with Design Manager concepts.
A basic knowledge of the available manipulation tools
An understanding of the use of designs and jobs
The use of Design Layout Tools
The use of these facilities in conjunction with typical work flows
Introduction to Design Manager
Starting Design Manager, and Overview of Main GIS Window
Smallworld functionality embedded in Design Manager
Creating and Managing Jobs and Designs
Design Layout Tools (DLT)
Using the Design Browser
Point Span Editor
Using the Analysis menu
Work Scenario exercise