CAD-Earth is a software for exchanging images, objects, lines and earth meshes between Google Earth and famous CAD software. With this, you can use the complications and elevations of the land in CAD software and have much more accurate and realistic maps. It is very easy to use this program and you can easily access its commands from the toolbar or the corresponding menu. Arqcom, the manufacturer of this product, has always considered supporting famous software such as AutoCAD, Bricscad, and ZWCAD in the CAD-Earth development project. Various operations such as previewing designs, jerking and rotating the map, and changing various parameters are processed at high speed in CAD-Earth, allowing users to focus on map design instead of getting involved in repetitive details.
Features and features of the CAD-Earth tool:
Importing Google Earth images to CAD software
Export a screenshot of the map to Google Earth
The possibility of using geographic reference images
Importing Google Earth data into CAD
Export CAD objects to Google Earth
Support more than 3000 global coordinate systems
Intersection of meshes and sections
Showing cross-sections of meshes
CAD-Earth doesn’t need any additional requirements from the ones needed to run your CAD program optimally (please consult your documentation). Google Earth™ Free or Pro version 5 or newer must be installed in your computer. If you don’t have Google Earth™ installed you can download the free version from: http://www.google.com/earth/download/ge/agree.html. Currently, CAD-Earth works in Windows Vista, 7, 8 and 10 in 32 and 64 bits and in the following CAD programs: AutoCAD Full 2010-2017 (and vertical products i.e. Civil3D, Map, etc) and BricsCAD V14-V16 Pro/Platinum.