What is CAD & GIS?
The integration of GIS and computer-aided design/drafting (CAD) have operated as largely separate types of software, where CAD is used by the design, engineering, and architecture communities, although spatial relationships and components are often critical for this software.
An example of a truly integrated system, where CAD components and software concepts work with GIS data and structure is AutoCAD Map 3D. File structures in CAD, such as DWG files that store design data, can interoperate with GIS files, such as SHP files.
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