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This 2-day training event is more than just an introduction to Esri CityEngine. This is a hands-on practical course that will teach you some CGA (procedural rules) theory as well as a more advanced understanding of the inner workings of CityEngine and how it integrates with products like ArcGIS Pro and industry workflows and pipelines.

Using CityEngine you will learn how to author a web scenes from 2D and 3D data GIS data as well as existing 3D assets from 3rd party modelling tools, to create various development scenarios.

This course will familiarise the user with the CityEngine interface and some workflows. You will explore how CityEngine can ‘3D enable’ your data, to make compelling and interactive 3D web viewable models and how it can fit in to other pipelines and workflows.

This course is constantly revised and updated to include the new features & GUI enhancements of CityEngine 2021.1. This course is suitable for Architects, Urban Planners, Geospatial, Military and Entertainment professionals.

Please note: This course is delivered using Microsoft Teams. Delegates will need CityEngine installed locally on their PC or laptop. If you do not have a CityEngine licence we can provide a temporary licence for the purpose of the training.

This course will be delivered by Garsdale Design Ltd a Partner of Esri UK.

2 Days
Who is this course for?
GIS Professionals
GIS Users
GIS Analysts
Identify components of the CityEngine interface.
CGA (rule file) theory and best practice.
GIS workflows.
Create a CityEngine project.
Create a webscene.
Use existing 3D content.
Use existing 2D content.
Introduction to Python scripting in CityEngine.
Advanced workflows outside.

What is CityEngine? An Introduction; CityEngine.
Getting Started: Creating a new project, interface and controls introduction
Rule file basics: Introduction to CGA rule file creation, step by step hands-on instruction.
CGA Theory: Background to inner workings of CGA & approach
Sharing your work: Exporting to ArcGIS Pro and creating a web scene.