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<p>[00:00:01.610]<br /><encoded_tag_open />v Gary<encoded_tag_closed />Hello and welcome to today’s webinar,<encoded_tag_open />/v<encoded_tag_closed /></p>
<p>[00:00:05.017]<br />»How Central Helps Teams Work Remotely.»</p>
<p>[00:00:08.710]<br />My name is Gary Johnson</p>
<p>[00:00:10.260]<br />and I am one of the customer solutions specialist</p>
<p>[00:00:12.920]<br />for Seequent Civil and Environmental team.</p>
<p>[00:00:15.720]<br />If you haven’t spoken with me</p>
<p>[00:00:17.530]<br />or one of my colleagues on the support team,</p>
<p>[00:00:20.230]<br />I urge you to reach out and we would be happy to help</p>
<p>[00:00:22.560]<br />with your projects or answer any questions</p>
<p>[00:00:24.500]<br />that you might have.</p>
<p>[00:00:26.230]<br />We are here and happy to help.</p>
<p>[00:00:29.050]<br />I know that many of you are currently working remotely,</p>
<p>[00:00:33.020]<br />but I like to keep in mind that we’re still here</p>
<p>[00:00:35.170]<br />and very happy to help,</p>
<p>[00:00:37.040]<br />and you can still reach us at any time.</p>
<p>[00:00:43.190]<br />Some of the guidelines and or software requirements</p>
<p>[00:00:46.420]<br />for today’s webinar,</p>
<p>[00:00:48.180]<br />in order to go through the entire workflow</p>
<p>[00:00:50.260]<br />of what we’ll be demonstrating,</p>
<p>[00:00:52.210]<br />you will need Central and Leapfrog Works.</p>
<p>[00:00:56.780]<br />One thing to note, the audience will be muted</p>
<p>[00:00:58.930]<br />during the demonstration.</p>
<p>[00:01:00.910]<br />For any questions that you might have,</p>
<p>[00:01:02.480]<br />please use the chat window and go to webinars,</p>
<p>[00:01:04.810]<br />these will be followed up within 24 to 48 hours.</p>
<p>[00:01:09.540]<br />Please also kindly stay on the line</p>
<p>[00:01:12.390]<br />after the webinar has completed</p>
<p>[00:01:14.130]<br />to partake in a short survey.</p>
<p>[00:01:15.950]<br />This will only be brief and a few questions</p>
<p>[00:01:17.910]<br />and is very much appreciated by myself and my team.</p>
<p>[00:01:24.440]<br />At Seequent, our vision is to enable better decisions</p>
<p>[00:01:27.920]<br />about the earth, environment and our energy challenges.</p>
<p>[00:01:35.430]<br />Very often, we’ll be working with data</p>
<p>[00:01:37.720]<br />and projects and a team.</p>
<p>[00:01:39.950]<br />And the decision process requires first of all,</p>
<p>[00:01:44.100]<br />accessibility to the data,</p>
<p>[00:01:46.510]<br />but of course, we want to be able to collaborate,</p>
<p>[00:01:48.360]<br />we don’t want decisions to be made</p>
<p>[00:01:49.960]<br />on a single person’s input.</p>
<p>[00:01:52.420]<br />And then of course,</p>
<p>[00:01:53.253]<br />once you’ve made some decisions and collaborated,</p>
<p>[00:01:55.300]<br />we want to be able to audit and or make edits</p>
<p>[00:01:58.560]<br />to the models and or anything involved</p>
<p>[00:02:02.890]<br />in the decision-making process of the project.</p>
<p>[00:02:05.580]<br />And so our projects are very complex</p>
<p>[00:02:09.250]<br />and they often have a long life cycle.</p>
<p>[00:02:12.020]<br />This often requires specialized professionals to collect,</p>
<p>[00:02:15.210]<br />analyze, and interpret data.</p>
<p>[00:02:18.350]<br />We know that data accessibility and transparency</p>
<p>[00:02:20.850]<br />throughout the project’s life cycle is very important,</p>
<p>[00:02:24.100]<br />and we know that many different individuals</p>
<p>[00:02:26.083]<br />often need to actively collaborate</p>
<p>[00:02:28.780]<br />and or communicate with the project and the data involved</p>
<p>[00:02:31.710]<br />in order to end up at an ultimate decision.</p>
<p>[00:02:39.500]<br />Of course, many of you are currently working remotely.</p>
<p>[00:02:47.290]<br />Of course, with the current climate,</p>
<p>[00:02:49.210]<br />we understand that many of you might be working remotely.</p>
<p>[00:02:52.780]<br />I myself am also working remotely,</p>
<p>[00:02:54.810]<br />I’ve converted my bedroom to a temporary office.</p>
<p>[00:02:58.870]<br />And my apologies if you hear the train in the background</p>
<p>[00:03:01.860]<br />as I actually live right next to some train tracks.</p>
<p>[00:03:05.980]<br />One thing to keep in mind when working remotely</p>
<p>[00:03:08.640]<br />is that data needs to be organized and stored</p>
<p>[00:03:11.060]<br />in a way that it can be easily accessed, manage</p>
<p>[00:03:13.890]<br />and then integrated</p>
<p>[00:03:15.110]<br />into the ultimate decision-making process.</p>
<p>[00:03:18.400]<br />And so, one of the things that’s really nice</p>
<p>[00:03:21.130]<br />about Seequent Central</p>
<p>[00:03:22.220]<br />is it is a cloud-based server platform</p>
<p>[00:03:25.460]<br />that allows individuals across the globe</p>
<p>[00:03:28.260]<br />to access the models, track changes,</p>
<p>[00:03:32.060]<br />and really enhances model management and collaboration</p>
<p>[00:03:34.730]<br />among teams.</p>
<p>[00:03:37.110]<br />As many of you might be aware,</p>
<p>[00:03:38.900]<br />when sharing Leapfrog projects,</p>
<p>[00:03:41.280]<br />we always urge you to send zip copies</p>
<p>[00:03:44.177]<br />and not store these on a OneDrive and or external drives.</p>
<p>[00:03:48.490]<br />And so, Seequent Central was actually originally designed</p>
<p>[00:03:52.510]<br />to eliminate the painstaking process</p>
<p>[00:03:55.070]<br />of passing around and sharing models,</p>
<p>[00:03:57.020]<br />and then trying to check changes on those.</p>
<p>[00:03:59.020]<br />And so we will demonstrate in this webinar,</p>
<p>[00:04:02.270]<br />how this enables you to do so.</p>
<p>[00:04:06.690]<br />Instant accessibility is of course important</p>
<p>[00:04:10.110]<br />for all phases of the project’s life cycle,</p>
<p>[00:04:12.780]<br />ensuring that one version of the truth</p>
<p>[00:04:14.940]<br />and providing instant accessibility is very important.</p>
<p>[00:04:19.860]<br />And we want to ensure that teams are able to relate</p>
<p>[00:04:22.690]<br />reliable decisions based off multiple inputs fast</p>
<p>[00:04:27.220]<br />and in a safe and secure manner.</p>
<p>[00:04:33.720]<br />We also want to ensure that we remain connected</p>
<p>[00:04:35.990]<br />on all levels,</p>
<p>[00:04:37.370]<br />whether you are technical and you are actually modeling</p>
<p>[00:04:41.010]<br />and creating 3D models,</p>
<p>[00:04:43.210]<br />whether you are one of the decision makers</p>
<p>[00:04:45.890]<br />in this case, likely a project manager,</p>
<p>[00:04:48.830]<br />and or maybe a regulator such as the EPA.</p>
<p>[00:04:52.310]<br />We want to make sure that everyone is involved</p>
<p>[00:04:54.920]<br />at all points in the process,</p>
<p>[00:04:56.520]<br />and that you have complete control over who is involved.</p>
<p>[00:04:59.690]<br />We also want to enable you to QA and QC your models</p>
<p>[00:05:03.470]<br />through time and track changes.</p>
<p>[00:05:06.700]<br />But of course, tell a story,</p>
<p>[00:05:08.380]<br />and so, I like to think of every project as a story.</p>
<p>[00:05:12.540]<br />And how do you communicate that story,</p>
<p>[00:05:14.090]<br />and how do you tell that through time?</p>
<p>[00:05:16.260]<br />Whether it’s the beginning of your project or the end,</p>
<p>[00:05:18.910]<br />and you’re trying to demonstrate</p>
<p>[00:05:20.690]<br />how you’ve made your ultimate decisions,</p>
<p>[00:05:23.510]<br />Central enables you to do so.</p>
<p>[00:05:30.390]<br />Of course, being a cloud-based server,</p>
<p>[00:05:32.910]<br />this allows you to collaborate across distances</p>
<p>[00:05:35.430]<br />and disciplines.</p>
<p>[00:05:37.210]<br />We can manage your model in a single environment,</p>
<p>[00:05:40.850]<br />we can visualize and track changes,</p>
<p>[00:05:43.760]<br />make decisions collaboratively.</p>
<p>[00:05:47.680]<br />And we can also document a coherent audit trail</p>
<p>[00:05:50.870]<br />through time, this is very important,</p>
<p>[00:05:53.230]<br />and often, this is where projects run into trouble,</p>
<p>[00:05:56.560]<br />and we hope to give you a nice and easy solution to that</p>
<p>[00:06:01.050]<br />via Central.</p>
<p>[00:06:02.610]<br />Central allows geologists, geotechnical engineers,</p>
<p>[00:06:07.880]<br />civil engineers, everyone involved in the project life cycle</p>
<p>[00:06:12.000]<br />to have a seat at the table.</p>
<p>[00:06:13.700]<br />And this is really nice because it enhances collaboration</p>
<p>[00:06:18.630]<br />where there might have been some gaps or voids previously.</p>
<p>[00:06:22.750]<br />And so, it brings everyone together into a single platform</p>
<p>[00:06:27.210]<br />on a single team and allows you to move forward</p>
<p>[00:06:30.140]<br />making decisions accordingly.</p>
<p>[00:06:36.680]<br />Of course, we always want to save time and digital space.</p>
<p>[00:06:40.140]<br />Space on a hard drive is very important,</p>
<p>[00:06:42.080]<br />and that’s why the cloud has really revolutionized</p>
<p>[00:06:45.550]<br />in the past few years.</p>
<p>[00:06:47.470]<br />Central is a cloud-based server,</p>
<p>[00:06:49.590]<br />and we also have newly developed a Data Room.</p>
<p>[00:06:53.880]<br />The Data Room is an online based platform</p>
<p>[00:06:58.170]<br />which you can access on your Central portal,</p>
<p>[00:07:00.830]<br />this is also cloud-based,</p>
<p>[00:07:02.680]<br />and you can actually add an organize any file type,</p>
<p>[00:07:06.080]<br />whether it’s a geologic models,</p>
<p>[00:07:07.680]<br />designs, reports, PowerPoints,</p>
<p>[00:07:11.340]<br />any single file type can be uploaded and organized</p>
<p>[00:07:14.510]<br />in the Data Room according to the project.</p>
<p>[00:07:17.050]<br />And so you can keep everything for your project</p>
<p>[00:07:19.470]<br />in a single space ensuring that your lifecycle</p>
<p>[00:07:22.820]<br />is organized of your project,</p>
<p>[00:07:24.537]<br />and you can always go back in time</p>
<p>[00:07:26.990]<br />and see exactly what you might’ve been referring to</p>
<p>[00:07:30.580]<br />and or keep all of your files in a single place.</p>
<p>[00:07:35.490]<br />We also have the ability here in Central</p>
<p>[00:07:38.520]<br />to upload many different versions of a single project,</p>
<p>[00:07:41.810]<br />but only store a single one of those on your local drive,</p>
<p>[00:07:45.260]<br />this can free up a bunch of space</p>
<p>[00:07:46.710]<br />where you previously might have had multiple versions</p>
<p>[00:07:49.750]<br />of a project that are each multiple gigabytes,</p>
<p>[00:07:52.670]<br />now you can only have a single one of those,</p>
<p>[00:07:55.530]<br />the one that you’re currently working on</p>
<p>[00:07:57.470]<br />while the rest of them are stored securely</p>
<p>[00:07:59.540]<br />in the cloud environment of Central.</p>
<p>[00:08:05.390]<br />How does it work?</p>
<p>[00:08:06.320]<br />So this is where we’ll actually jump into a brief demo,</p>
<p>[00:08:09.500]<br />the first thing I will show you</p>
<p>[00:08:10.680]<br />is the Central browser in the middle,</p>
<p>[00:08:12.800]<br />we will then jump into the Central port on the right,</p>
<p>[00:08:15.620]<br />and then we will revert back to the Leapfrog modeling suite,</p>
<p>[00:08:18.830]<br />which you are likely familiar with.</p>
<p>[00:08:21.540]<br />If you are familiar with the Leapfrog modeling suite,</p>
<p>[00:08:23.800]<br />this is of course, where you be creating</p>
<p>[00:08:27.040]<br />and editing your models.</p>
<p>[00:08:29.170]<br />This also is a platform for integrating different meshes</p>
<p>[00:08:35.260]<br />and or surfaces from other Leapfrog models</p>
<p>[00:08:38.250]<br />using the Central portal.</p>
<p>[00:08:40.500]<br />And so, I’ll show you how the Central browser</p>
<p>[00:08:44.010]<br />and Central in general allows you to incorporate</p>
<p>[00:08:46.980]<br />different aspects from different projects into each other.</p>
<p>[00:08:50.360]<br />The Central browser is a really nice platform.</p>
<p>[00:08:53.620]<br />Some of you might have used Leapfrog Viewer before,</p>
<p>[00:08:56.730]<br />Central browser gives you almost complete engagement</p>
<p>[00:09:01.230]<br />with the model,</p>
<p>[00:09:02.570]<br />and we’ll actually demo this in a second.</p>
<p>[00:09:05.670]<br />You can also export meshes and objects</p>
<p>[00:09:08.510]<br />from the Central browser.</p>
<p>[00:09:09.880]<br />You can compare changes through time,</p>
<p>[00:09:12.970]<br />and you can directly compare different versions</p>
<p>[00:09:15.670]<br />of the same model.</p>
<p>[00:09:17.710]<br />And you can also view near real-time drilling,</p>
<p>[00:09:20.370]<br />which is really cool aspect.</p>
<p>[00:09:22.360]<br />Then of course, there is the Central portal,</p>
<p>[00:09:25.430]<br />the Central portal is very useful for both users</p>
<p>[00:09:28.400]<br />and administrators alike.</p>
<p>[00:09:30.240]<br />The Central portal allows you to download</p>
<p>[00:09:32.240]<br />and publish any data to the Data Room,</p>
<p>[00:09:34.430]<br />which I had mentioned.</p>
<p>[00:09:36.160]<br />This can be really useful for organizing your projects data.</p>
<p>[00:09:40.230]<br />For the administrators, you can manage users</p>
<p>[00:09:43.410]<br />and you can also manage access to projects as well.</p>
<p>[00:09:48.470]<br />This is where the security aspect comes in.</p>
<p>[00:09:50.160]<br />You can of course, control who has permissions</p>
<p>[00:09:52.690]<br />to which project,</p>
<p>[00:09:53.660]<br />but you can also remove users from different projects.</p>
<p>[00:09:56.610]<br />And so this is where you as an administrator</p>
<p>[00:09:59.400]<br />would have complete control</p>
<p>[00:10:00.680]<br />over who is on the Central portal,</p>
<p>[00:10:03.000]<br />and two can see what on the Central portal.</p>
<p>[00:10:05.680]<br />You can also view activity,</p>
<p>[00:10:08.610]<br />and of course you can manage partner integrations.</p>
<p>[00:10:13.280]<br />And so I will jump into the Central browser now.</p>
<p>[00:10:17.440]<br />Welcome to the Central browser.</p>
<p>[00:10:20.250]<br />The first thing that you will see</p>
<p>[00:10:21.500]<br />when opening up the Central browser</p>
<p>[00:10:23.900]<br />is going to be your list of projects.</p>
<p>[00:10:26.980]<br />You will also see the Central Server,</p>
<p>[00:10:29.310]<br />likely in this case, you would only have one here.</p>
<p>[00:10:31.650]<br />I have quite a few different Central Servers,</p>
<p>[00:10:34.320]<br />these are all internal facing.</p>
<p>[00:10:36.370]<br />This is what we use for our demos</p>
<p>[00:10:38.290]<br />and or to collaborate on projects across the globe.</p>
<p>[00:10:41.680]<br />So I have many projects on here</p>
<p>[00:10:43.380]<br />where I have colleagues who are in Europe or in APAC</p>
<p>[00:10:46.420]<br />or in Australia and New Zealand,</p>
<p>[00:10:48.310]<br />and we are all editing the same versions</p>
<p>[00:10:52.030]<br />or the same project,</p>
<p>[00:10:54.370]<br />and so we can work on different versions of that project</p>
<p>[00:10:58.210]<br />and or collaborate in a single space.</p>
<p>[00:11:01.370]<br />The project I will actually be discussing here</p>
<p>[00:11:03.370]<br />will be Lake Aura.</p>
<p>[00:11:04.510]<br />This is actually the civil and environmental demo project,</p>
<p>[00:11:08.240]<br />which if you have downloaded Leapfrog Works</p>
<p>[00:11:10.590]<br />and or use the trial previously,</p>
<p>[00:11:12.800]<br />you actually have access to this model.</p>
<p>[00:11:14.910]<br />If you don’t, just let us know,</p>
<p>[00:11:17.470]<br />don’t hesitate to reach out</p>
<p>[00:11:18.620]<br />and we’d be happy to pass along this demo model</p>
<p>[00:11:24.990]<br />Central and the Central browser</p>
<p>[00:11:28.530]<br />gives you almost full visualization into the Leapfrog model.</p>
<p>[00:11:32.410]<br />While you can’t actually edit anything</p>
<p>[00:11:34.540]<br />in the Central browser,</p>
<p>[00:11:35.950]<br />you can control almost all of the visualization settings.</p>
<p>[00:11:39.730]<br />If you have used Leapfrog Viewer before,</p>
<p>[00:11:41.790]<br />you might have seen that the controls of the visualization</p>
<p>[00:11:45.410]<br />and the objects that you were seeing in the view</p>
<p>[00:11:48.010]<br />are not the full settings that you see in Leapfrog,</p>
<p>[00:11:52.690]<br />and so you don’t have full control over the objects.</p>
<p>[00:11:55.040]<br />Here in the Central browser,</p>
<p>[00:11:56.660]<br />you have almost full control over the objects,</p>
<p>[00:11:59.880]<br />you can see attributes and designs,</p>
<p>[00:12:01.800]<br />you can also apply query filters</p>
<p>[00:12:04.330]<br />and you can change a ton of more visualization settings</p>
<p>[00:12:07.730]<br />as well.</p>
<p>[00:12:10.000]<br />I’ll point out some of the similarities first,</p>
<p>[00:12:12.100]<br />and then I’ll get into a little bit of the differences</p>
<p>[00:12:14.810]<br />between the Central browser and Leapfrog Works.</p>
<p>[00:12:19.560]<br />The Central browser can be accessed by anyone</p>
<p>[00:12:22.560]<br />who has been added to the server.</p>
<p>[00:12:24.590]<br />And so of course, there are different controls,</p>
<p>[00:12:27.190]<br />whether you can export objects for example,</p>
<p>[00:12:29.410]<br />or if you’re just a viewer.</p>
<p>[00:12:31.770]<br />But this can be accessed by stakeholders, decision-makers</p>
<p>[00:12:36.570]<br />and editors alike.</p>
<p>[00:12:38.300]<br />It’s a really good way to QA, QC your projects,</p>
<p>[00:12:41.510]<br />and a great tool for collaborating</p>
<p>[00:12:44.220]<br />and keeping everyone up to date with the latest changes.</p>
<p>[00:12:47.710]<br />You might see on the left that we do have the project tree</p>
<p>[00:12:50.270]<br />still here,</p>
<p>[00:12:51.370]<br />and so this is very similar to the Leapfrog Works interface.</p>
<p>[00:12:54.880]<br />You can control the visualization settings,</p>
<p>[00:12:56.810]<br />you can apply filters,</p>
<p>[00:12:58.550]<br />you can control the opacity on different objects here,</p>
<p>[00:13:03.270]<br />and you have almost full control into visualization settings</p>
<p>[00:13:06.960]<br />of objects that have been uploaded.</p>
<p>[00:13:09.130]<br />We also then of course can use some of the toolbar settings</p>
<p>[00:13:12.030]<br />up here, my favorite being the slicing tool.</p>
<p>[00:13:14.810]<br />So we could still cut through the model,</p>
<p>[00:13:16.810]<br />slice through the model in real time.</p>
<p>[00:13:21.160]<br />Go ahead and turn that off.</p>
<p>[00:13:24.370]<br />Now, some of the differences of course,</p>
<p>[00:13:26.630]<br />you might see right here on the right</p>
<p>[00:13:28.550]<br />that we have our annotations tab.</p>
<p>[00:13:30.980]<br />This is really cool,</p>
<p>[00:13:31.870]<br />it actually allows you to add annotations to the model</p>
<p>[00:13:34.750]<br />with the geotag.</p>
<p>[00:13:36.090]<br />So it’ll take you directly to that place,</p>
<p>[00:13:38.060]<br />in the X, Y, Z place that you had referenced.</p>
<p>[00:13:41.300]<br />Here, I’ve made a little note to refine the shoreline,</p>
<p>[00:13:44.610]<br />and the really nice thing is it’ll show the scene</p>
<p>[00:13:47.340]<br />when that annotation was created.</p>
<p>[00:13:49.920]<br />So if I click show scene,</p>
<p>[00:13:55.040]<br />you can see that it reverts back to that perspective</p>
<p>[00:13:58.310]<br />as when this was created.</p>
<p>[00:13:59.940]<br />Here, one of the issues with this project,</p>
<p>[00:14:02.010]<br />it is a tunneling project in a seaway,</p>
<p>[00:14:04.640]<br />was that the shoreline wasn’t too accurate.</p>
<p>[00:14:07.120]<br />And so what we wanted to do was we wanted to edit the model</p>
<p>[00:14:10.450]<br />on a future version to refine the shoreline.</p>
<p>[00:14:14.350]<br />I’ve added another little annotation here</p>
<p>[00:14:17.000]<br />where we want to double-check the tunnel depth</p>
<p>[00:14:18.870]<br />as the CAD design that had been imported</p>
<p>[00:14:22.450]<br />seems to in this case, the red CAD design</p>
<p>[00:14:26.690]<br />cut through the model where water is,</p>
<p>[00:14:29.350]<br />and so of course, we know we want this tunnel</p>
<p>[00:14:31.930]<br />to be in the subsurface and not cutting through water.</p>
<p>[00:14:35.740]<br />This is something that I li I pointed out</p>
<p>[00:14:37.590]<br />just as an issue and just as a demonstration.</p>
<p>[00:14:41.060]<br />But really nice thing is we can,</p>
<p>[00:14:42.740]<br />anyone who has access to this version of the model</p>
<p>[00:14:45.430]<br />can come in and add an annotation</p>
<p>[00:14:47.720]<br />with the geotag associated with it,</p>
<p>[00:14:50.340]<br />that will automatically take you to that location.</p>
<p>[00:14:53.080]<br />You can also add details here as well,</p>
<p>[00:14:58.347]<br />and I’ll go ahead and X out of that.</p>
<p>[00:15:00.820]<br />If you have shared this with multiple collaborators,</p>
<p>[00:15:03.700]<br />the collaborators can then come in</p>
<p>[00:15:05.160]<br />and edit different comments,</p>
<p>[00:15:07.810]<br />they can also reply on comments.</p>
<p>[00:15:10.750]<br />This is really nice for QA, QC processes</p>
<p>[00:15:13.810]<br />as you can question, you know,</p>
<p>[00:15:15.690]<br />why did you place the tunnel design here?</p>
<p>[00:15:18.650]<br />That might be something that I would ask right away.</p>
<p>[00:15:21.510]<br />Here, you can now see that we have a refined tunnel design</p>
<p>[00:15:23.940]<br />that properly cuts through the subsurface of the model.</p>
<p>[00:15:28.260]<br />Another cool thing here is on top of adding annotations</p>
<p>[00:15:32.150]<br />and replies to comments, you can also add attachments.</p>
<p>[00:15:35.620]<br />This can be any file type,</p>
<p>[00:15:37.870]<br />whether it is you’re referencing a document</p>
<p>[00:15:40.360]<br />and or you might have photos of core logs</p>
<p>[00:15:42.980]<br />that you might want to reference here,</p>
<p>[00:15:44.790]<br />there’s a ton of different file types that you can add here.</p>
<p>[00:15:47.280]<br />Actually, you can add all files.</p>
<p>[00:15:50.170]<br />So, that is a nice option there.</p>
<p>[00:15:54.880]<br />One of the things that you might have noticed</p>
<p>[00:15:57.230]<br />in the beginning is that we also,</p>
<p>[00:16:00.270]<br />if I turn the model back on,</p>
<p>[00:16:03.030]<br />and if I zoom out on the scene,</p>
<p>[00:16:05.150]<br />have a little timestamp down at the bottom.</p>
<p>[00:16:08.240]<br />And so if I wanted to revert back to the version</p>
<p>[00:16:10.930]<br />of the model from January, 2017,</p>
<p>[00:16:14.260]<br />on the 28th of January, 2017, I can click on that model.</p>
<p>[00:16:18.010]<br />You can see that there are clearly some revisions</p>
<p>[00:16:20.170]<br />that need to be done to this model.</p>
<p>[00:16:22.260]<br />We have our schist that is cutting into our sandy gravel.</p>
<p>[00:16:28.710]<br />And so, we can see and document changes through time</p>
<p>[00:16:32.220]<br />on the geologic model using just the timescale</p>
<p>[00:16:34.560]<br />at the bottom as well.</p>
<p>[00:16:36.080]<br />So if I wanted to just step through</p>
<p>[00:16:37.460]<br />and see how this model has changed,</p>
<p>[00:16:40.660]<br />we’ve now created the water.</p>
<p>[00:16:42.770]<br />You can see that we’ve inserted now a little clay lens</p>
<p>[00:16:45.200]<br />in there as well,</p>
<p>[00:16:46.780]<br />and we can continue to step through the project’s life cycle</p>
<p>[00:16:49.620]<br />through time.</p>
<p>[00:16:51.350]<br />So this is a really cool feature of Central</p>
<p>[00:16:55.660]<br />as you can easily track changes through time.</p>
<p>[00:16:58.860]<br />We also have the project history tab at the top.</p>
<p>[00:17:02.110]<br />So when you open up a project in the Central browser,</p>
<p>[00:17:05.350]<br />you get access to the scene view</p>
<p>[00:17:06.990]<br />where you can control the visualization settings,</p>
<p>[00:17:09.970]<br />track your history is through time</p>
<p>[00:17:11.900]<br />and also add attachments and annotations,</p>
<p>[00:17:15.500]<br />we also then can track the project history.</p>
<p>[00:17:19.070]<br />Here you can see that multiple of my colleagues</p>
<p>[00:17:21.040]<br />have updated different versions of this project</p>
<p>[00:17:23.280]<br />through time,</p>
<p>[00:17:24.170]<br />and if I wanted to go in and access that version</p>
<p>[00:17:26.400]<br />of the project,</p>
<p>[00:17:27.233]<br />I can just select it in the project history</p>
<p>[00:17:29.620]<br />and go directly to open that up.</p>
<p>[00:17:33.390]<br />Here, you can see the objects that were uploaded,</p>
<p>[00:17:35.920]<br />that we wanted to have a discussion about.</p>
<p>[00:17:38.590]<br />One way that you can save data via Central</p>
<p>[00:17:42.310]<br />is only uploading objects that you want to see.</p>
<p>[00:17:46.880]<br />And so here, we’ve only uploaded geologic models,</p>
<p>[00:17:49.530]<br />some drilling information and a few meshes</p>
<p>[00:17:51.750]<br />as opposed to uploading the entirety of the model.</p>
<p>[00:17:54.980]<br />This allows you to still go in and discuss</p>
<p>[00:17:57.160]<br />and visualize different aspects of the model</p>
<p>[00:17:59.540]<br />without having to take up the bandwidth</p>
<p>[00:18:01.470]<br />of uploading an entire model.</p>
<p>[00:18:06.020]<br />We can also track changes through time.</p>
<p>[00:18:08.650]<br />We can see who was giving access</p>
<p>[00:18:11.350]<br />if annotations were created.</p>
<p>[00:18:14.310]<br />And so, this is a really nice auditability tool</p>
<p>[00:18:17.860]<br />to seeing how changes have been made through time</p>
<p>[00:18:20.170]<br />and who has access to this.</p>
<p>[00:18:26.010]<br />My personal favorite tool within Central</p>
<p>[00:18:28.270]<br />is the ability to compare different objects through time.</p>
<p>[00:18:31.820]<br />So if I want it to compare my drilling</p>
<p>[00:18:36.240]<br />over the product life cycle,</p>
<p>[00:18:37.660]<br />if I wanted to compare how maybe an output volume</p>
<p>[00:18:40.410]<br />has changed through the project’s life cycle,</p>
<p>[00:18:43.220]<br />this can all be done in Central,</p>
<p>[00:18:44.860]<br />and we have some really cool visualization tools</p>
<p>[00:18:47.070]<br />to be able to do so.</p>
<p>[00:18:49.430]<br />Here, if you wanted to compare any objects,</p>
<p>[00:18:52.100]<br />you can bring those objects into the scene.</p>
<p>[00:18:54.790]<br />Here, I’m going to turn on just the objects</p>
<p>[00:18:57.620]<br />that I want to compare.</p>
<p>[00:19:00.270]<br />Let’s turn that off.</p>
<p>[00:19:02.540]<br />Here, we have just the boreholes.</p>
<p>[00:19:05.200]<br />I think I’m going to turn off the designs as well.</p>
<p>[00:19:13.470]<br />Let’s leave it at this.</p>
<p>[00:19:15.140]<br />You can just select the compare button</p>
<p>[00:19:16.940]<br />and it’ll allow you to compare objects in the scene</p>
<p>[00:19:20.320]<br />over the different versions of the project.</p>
<p>[00:19:23.390]<br />So if I go to compare here,</p>
<p>[00:19:25.740]<br />you can see that I actually have already selected</p>
<p>[00:19:28.720]<br />the boreholes and also an output volume here.</p>
<p>[00:19:33.080]<br />You can then select which versions of the model</p>
<p>[00:19:35.440]<br />you want to compare.</p>
<p>[00:19:36.580]<br />On the left side,</p>
<p>[00:19:37.440]<br />I’ve selected one of the first versions of this model,</p>
<p>[00:19:40.330]<br />on the right side,</p>
<p>[00:19:41.370]<br />I can see that I’ve selected the latest version</p>
<p>[00:19:44.020]<br />of the model.</p>
<p>[00:19:45.450]<br />There’s some really easy way is to toggle</p>
<p>[00:19:47.960]<br />between the different versions here,</p>
<p>[00:19:49.410]<br />you can see in the first model,</p>
<p>[00:19:51.630]<br />we have our granodiorite output volume.</p>
<p>[00:19:56.130]<br />And if I toggle over,</p>
<p>[00:19:57.280]<br />we only have three drilling cores here too,</p>
<p>[00:20:00.790]<br />three boreholes in this case.</p>
<p>[00:20:03.120]<br />If I toggle over to the other side of the model,</p>
<p>[00:20:04.980]<br />you can see that first of all,</p>
<p>[00:20:07.230]<br />the peers, the granodiorite shoreline contact</p>
<p>[00:20:10.980]<br />has changed through time.</p>
<p>[00:20:12.650]<br />And you can also see the new drilling of ice.</p>
<p>[00:20:16.090]<br />Now, if you were reviewing this in the same scene,</p>
<p>[00:20:20.970]<br />there’s also ways that you can enhance the differences</p>
<p>[00:20:24.500]<br />between the two.</p>
<p>[00:20:25.970]<br />So as you saw, there were some new boreholes</p>
<p>[00:20:28.770]<br />that were trilled for this project</p>
<p>[00:20:30.860]<br />from the first stage in 2017,</p>
<p>[00:20:33.530]<br />down to a year later in 2018.</p>
<p>[00:20:36.890]<br />If I wanted to enhance those differences,</p>
<p>[00:20:39.520]<br />I can select the option to enhance those differences,</p>
<p>[00:20:42.620]<br />and that can really show me some of the changes</p>
<p>[00:20:45.260]<br />that have happened through time.</p>
<p>[00:20:47.140]<br />Here, you can see actually some of these boreholes here.</p>
<p>[00:20:51.200]<br />The visualization settings on them will change</p>
<p>[00:20:53.220]<br />when I enhance differences.</p>
<p>[00:20:54.400]<br />And so, these of course,</p>
<p>[00:20:57.210]<br />the ones that are larger are the new boreholes,</p>
<p>[00:20:59.790]<br />and those that have shrank upon enhanced difference</p>
<p>[00:21:02.600]<br />are going to be some of the older boreholes in question.</p>
<p>[00:21:06.250]<br />So just a really easy way to identify some differences.</p>
<p>[00:21:09.820]<br />Another cool option here</p>
<p>[00:21:11.220]<br />is that you can change the visualization settings</p>
<p>[00:21:13.640]<br />on the newer and older surfaces.</p>
<p>[00:21:15.900]<br />Here, if I wanted to change the older granodiorite</p>
<p>[00:21:20.240]<br />output volume,</p>
<p>[00:21:21.370]<br />and maybe let’s wireframe it</p>
<p>[00:21:22.880]<br />so that you can see right through it,</p>
<p>[00:21:25.020]<br />I can do so.</p>
<p>[00:21:25.853]<br />And so you can see over time how we have shrank and edited</p>
<p>[00:21:30.060]<br />that granodiorite contact surface</p>
<p>[00:21:32.740]<br />and subsequent output volume.</p>
<p>[00:21:36.230]<br />The ability to compare changes through Central</p>
<p>[00:21:39.380]<br />in the Central browser is a really cool feature</p>
<p>[00:21:42.810]<br />that has endless possibilities,</p>
<p>[00:21:44.950]<br />and it’s definitely something I ask</p>
<p>[00:21:46.840]<br />if you do sign up for Central,</p>
<p>[00:21:50.320]<br />to take a look at and see how your models have changed</p>
<p>[00:21:53.410]<br />through time and your different versions of those models</p>
<p>[00:21:56.350]<br />have changed.</p>
<p>[00:21:57.490]<br />Whether if we go back to the scene view,</p>
<p>[00:22:00.140]<br />you’re using the little timescale at the bottom,</p>
<p>[00:22:03.030]<br />or the compare tool here in the toolbar,</p>
<p>[00:22:06.020]<br />there’s tons of opportunities here to actually document</p>
<p>[00:22:09.420]<br />and track changes through time,</p>
<p>[00:22:11.480]<br />whether it’s visually and or using annotations,</p>
<p>[00:22:15.160]<br />and or attachments.</p>
<p>[00:22:21.190]<br />Of course, I mentioned that there is the Central portal</p>
<p>[00:22:25.370]<br />as well.</p>
<p>[00:22:26.660]<br />And so, I have many different colleagues</p>
<p>[00:22:29.290]<br />who are on the Central server,</p>
<p>[00:22:32.700]<br />this is our EMENA Civil Demo Server.</p>
<p>[00:22:36.090]<br />And if I wanted to be able to control</p>
<p>[00:22:37.950]<br />who has access to projects I’ve uploaded from Leapfrog</p>
<p>[00:22:42.360]<br />and or access the Data Room,</p>
<p>[00:22:44.520]<br />this can all be done in the portal.</p>
<p>[00:22:46.790]<br />The portal is actually an online cloud-based platform.</p>
<p>[00:22:50.070]<br />And so, you can easily access this directly</p>
<p>[00:22:53.050]<br />in the Central browser by selecting open portal.</p>
<p>[00:22:59.100]<br />This will actually take me directly to the user portal.</p>
<p>[00:23:05.460]<br />So two things, the user portal is friendly for users</p>
<p>[00:23:09.110]<br />and for administrators alike.</p>
<p>[00:23:11.870]<br />Of course, you have access to all of your projects.</p>
<p>[00:23:14.470]<br />Here, we’re demonstrating the Lake Aura project.</p>
<p>[00:23:19.150]<br />And so I can just type into my projects tab, Lake Aura,</p>
<p>[00:23:22.640]<br />and I can select that project.</p>
<p>[00:23:27.630]<br />You can document the different stages of this project,</p>
<p>[00:23:31.560]<br />but at the same time,</p>
<p>[00:23:32.760]<br />you can also access files.</p>
<p>[00:23:38.290]<br />Here is where you could create your Data Room</p>
<p>[00:23:40.800]<br />and organize your files accordingly.</p>
<p>[00:23:43.720]<br />Here you can upload any file type,</p>
<p>[00:23:45.830]<br />this doesn’t have to be a Leapfrog file type,</p>
<p>[00:23:48.500]<br />and keep them organized in a single location</p>
<p>[00:23:50.830]<br />that can be accessed by everyone on this project.</p>
<p>[00:23:55.570]<br />We can also see here in the users tab,</p>
<p>[00:23:58.180]<br />all users that have access to this project.</p>
<p>[00:24:01.450]<br />So I’m myself, Gary Johnson,</p>
<p>[00:24:03.630]<br />enlisted as an owner of this project.</p>
<p>[00:24:06.410]<br />Owners by default</p>
<p>[00:24:07.428]<br />are those who have either uploaded the project</p>
<p>[00:24:10.040]<br />or have been designated an owner by the administrator</p>
<p>[00:24:13.100]<br />on the account.</p>
<p>[00:24:14.720]<br />There’s other permissions here as well,</p>
<p>[00:24:17.100]<br />you can either be a viewer.</p>
<p>[00:24:18.770]<br />And so in the Central browser,</p>
<p>[00:24:20.320]<br />which we were just looking at,</p>
<p>[00:24:21.720]<br />you can visualize and interact with those objects.</p>
<p>[00:24:26.690]<br />An editor is actually allowed to publish changes</p>
<p>[00:24:30.040]<br />and make edits from within Leapfrog</p>
<p>[00:24:32.080]<br />and access the files in that.</p>
<p>[00:24:35.660]<br />And then of course, we have the owner,</p>
<p>[00:24:37.540]<br />the owner is allowed to grant access to this project</p>
<p>[00:24:41.060]<br />from other users.</p>
<p>[00:24:42.550]<br />I mentioned, this is either the individual</p>
<p>[00:24:44.890]<br />who originally uploaded the project</p>
<p>[00:24:47.680]<br />and or if you have been designated,</p>
<p>[00:24:49.440]<br />in this case, an owner by the administrator.</p>
<p>[00:24:54.010]<br />You can also track the project’s history through time</p>
<p>[00:24:58.010]<br />and see the different stages of the project,</p>
<p>[00:25:01.840]<br />which can be designated within the portal itself,</p>
<p>[00:25:05.540]<br />and then upon publishing the model in Leapfrog,</p>
<p>[00:25:11.580]<br />we can also track events.</p>
<p>[00:25:13.850]<br />And so these are actually the exact events</p>
<p>[00:25:15.900]<br />we were just viewing in the Central browser.</p>
<p>[00:25:17.820]<br />So you don’t have to be able to go into the browser</p>
<p>[00:25:19.810]<br />to track some of these events,</p>
<p>[00:25:21.550]<br />you can see them directly in the portal online as well.</p>
<p>[00:25:26.790]<br />We then of course have our users tab.</p>
<p>[00:25:30.960]<br />The users tab would be nice for administrators.</p>
<p>[00:25:33.940]<br />This is where you can search and add a new users,</p>
<p>[00:25:38.110]<br />and control permissions as well.</p>
<p>[00:25:41.280]<br />So if I wanted to add a new user,</p>
<p>[00:25:43.430]<br />I can add them via an email,</p>
<p>[00:25:46.000]<br />I can designate them as a connector,</p>
<p>[00:25:47.630]<br />which allows them to inter-operate</p>
<p>[00:25:50.260]<br />and or access Central within Leapfrog Works.</p>
<p>[00:25:54.250]<br />You can assign them as an admin,</p>
<p>[00:25:56.930]<br />this’ll likely not be the case for everyone</p>
<p>[00:25:58.910]<br />as this does give you full control over the server.</p>
<p>[00:26:02.510]<br />And you can then assign them projects here as well.</p>
<p>[00:26:05.690]<br />So, if you ever have any questions about this,</p>
<p>[00:26:08.460]<br />don’t hesitate to reach out</p>
<p>[00:26:09.630]<br />or reach out to your administrator</p>
<p>[00:26:11.590]<br />who can also likely give you access to projects</p>
<p>[00:26:15.190]<br />and possibly answer some of your questions</p>
<p>[00:26:17.330]<br />about this as well.</p>
<p>[00:26:20.290]<br />We then have an integrations tab</p>
<p>[00:26:21.910]<br />where you can integrate with some of our partners.</p>
<p>[00:26:24.140]<br />We have not set up,</p>
<p>[00:26:25.320]<br />I have not set up any integrations yet.</p>
<p>[00:26:29.120]<br />And then of course,</p>
<p>[00:26:29.953]<br />we can see the events and maintenance tab.</p>
<p>[00:26:33.080]<br />If the server had been updated,</p>
<p>[00:26:34.810]<br />you can track that in the maintenance tab here.</p>
<p>[00:26:39.270]<br />Really nice thing is this also allows you to enter project</p>
<p>[00:26:42.300]<br />stages.</p>
<p>[00:26:43.580]<br />And I will show you where you can also designate projects,</p>
<p>[00:26:46.650]<br />project stages within Leapfrog</p>
<p>[00:26:48.720]<br />when you were actually uploading your model to Central.</p>
<p>[00:27:08.295]<br />I will now jump in to Leapfrog Works.</p>
<p>[00:27:10.880]<br />And so this is a user interface,</p>
<p>[00:27:12.700]<br />as you can see, the project tree in the left over here</p>
<p>[00:27:14.660]<br />that you might be more familiar with.</p>
<p>[00:27:16.970]<br />If I go back to the projects tab here,</p>
<p>[00:27:19.970]<br />you can see some of our projects</p>
<p>[00:27:22.010]<br />that I have been recently working on.</p>
<p>[00:27:23.490]<br />This is where you would typically access your projects.</p>
<p>[00:27:26.570]<br />In order to gain access to the Central projects tab</p>
<p>[00:27:29.780]<br />if you have registered for the Central trial,</p>
<p>[00:27:34.040]<br />you can actually click on Leapfrog Works</p>
<p>[00:27:37.090]<br />and go to the settings option.</p>
<p>[00:27:41.040]<br />Here, there is a Central option,</p>
<p>[00:27:43.230]<br />which you might’ve seen previously</p>
<p>[00:27:44.380]<br />of going through the settings and been unaware</p>
<p>[00:27:45.950]<br />as to what this actually was.</p>
<p>[00:27:48.170]<br />This is where you can actually enable Central integration</p>
<p>[00:27:51.040]<br />using your secret ID.</p>
<p>[00:27:52.860]<br />So if you and or your organization has signed up for Central</p>
<p>[00:27:56.660]<br />and would like to now enable this within Leapfrog,</p>
<p>[00:27:59.230]<br />just keep in mind,</p>
<p>[00:28:00.330]<br />you can do that right here in the settings tab Central</p>
<p>[00:28:03.670]<br />using your current Seequent ID.</p>
<p>[00:28:06.090]<br />This will then pick up any servers</p>
<p>[00:28:08.250]<br />that you have been added to in the Central portal,</p>
<p>[00:28:11.320]<br />which we were just looking at.</p>
<p>[00:28:15.660]<br />Essential projects tab will then arise.</p>
<p>[00:28:18.380]<br />Here, you can see the same servers</p>
<p>[00:28:20.260]<br />that we were just looking at previously</p>
<p>[00:28:23.000]<br />in the Central browser.</p>
<p>[00:28:24.920]<br />I will stay within our EMENA Civil Demo Server,</p>
<p>[00:28:28.330]<br />and I will still discuss this Lake Aura project</p>
<p>[00:28:31.310]<br />which is also the demo project which you all have access to.</p>
<p>[00:28:35.660]<br />I will go ahead and select Lake Aura project.</p>
<p>[00:28:40.460]<br />You will now see that the project history tab will arise.</p>
<p>[00:28:44.660]<br />Here in the project history tab,</p>
<p>[00:28:47.520]<br />one thing that I like to always mention</p>
<p>[00:28:48.980]<br />is the local section here.</p>
<p>[00:28:51.690]<br />And so currently, you see one listed,</p>
<p>[00:28:54.750]<br />and this is because I only have one local copy</p>
<p>[00:28:57.200]<br />downloaded on my hard drive.</p>
<p>[00:28:59.620]<br />The really nice thing about this</p>
<p>[00:29:01.430]<br />is that it allows you to have multiple versions</p>
<p>[00:29:04.300]<br />of the project stored in a single secure cloud-based server,</p>
<p>[00:29:09.520]<br />but you don’t have to use all these projects here,</p>
<p>[00:29:11.717]<br />the projects don’t have to take up space</p>
<p>[00:29:13.870]<br />on your local hard drive.</p>
<p>[00:29:15.940]<br />So many times you might be updating a project</p>
<p>[00:29:19.170]<br />and saving backup copies throughout time</p>
<p>[00:29:21.330]<br />to document your changes,</p>
<p>[00:29:23.190]<br />and these copies might be multiple gigabytes,</p>
<p>[00:29:25.450]<br />and you might have 10 different versions of them,</p>
<p>[00:29:28.030]<br />this can really add up and take up digital space on your PC.</p>
<p>[00:29:32.120]<br />Central then frees up that digital space,</p>
<p>[00:29:35.460]<br />allowing you to access the different versions</p>
<p>[00:29:38.530]<br />or different models,</p>
<p>[00:29:40.050]<br />but only have a single one or two or three</p>
<p>[00:29:43.760]<br />on your local server at a time.</p>
<p>[00:29:46.200]<br />Now, I do have the latest version downloaded,</p>
<p>[00:29:48.990]<br />but if I wanted to download a previous version</p>
<p>[00:29:51.820]<br />and edit and or interact with this</p>
<p>[00:29:54.170]<br />in the Leapfrog modeling suite,</p>
<p>[00:29:56.400]<br />I can go back to one of our previous leading concepts here,</p>
<p>[00:30:00.780]<br />and I can choose to download this model.</p>
<p>[00:30:03.890]<br />I will then have a new local copy of that version</p>
<p>[00:30:07.240]<br />of the model on my hard drive,</p>
<p>[00:30:09.440]<br />which can then be edited and then removed of course,</p>
<p>[00:30:12.140]<br />when you were done with that and republished to the server.</p>
<p>[00:30:18.730]<br />So Central gives you a few other really nice, helpful tools</p>
<p>[00:30:23.700]<br />when you’re actually in the Leapfrog modeling suite.</p>
<p>[00:30:27.430]<br />Many times, you might be working on projects</p>
<p>[00:30:30.260]<br />that are laterally extensive,</p>
<p>[00:30:33.130]<br />and you might only want to model</p>
<p>[00:30:35.260]<br />within a certain section of that model, or of that project.</p>
<p>[00:30:39.500]<br />So for example, if you have a linear infrastructure project</p>
<p>[00:30:42.700]<br />that covers many, many miles,</p>
<p>[00:30:45.030]<br />you might only have to build geologic models</p>
<p>[00:30:48.150]<br />that are detailed along the overpasses and underpasses</p>
<p>[00:30:52.220]<br />for example.</p>
<p>[00:30:53.320]<br />You might have a single conceptual site</p>
<p>[00:30:56.010]<br />that takes up the entirety of the project extents,</p>
<p>[00:30:59.080]<br />and then you might want to break down those individual sites</p>
<p>[00:31:03.190]<br />into different locations.</p>
<p>[00:31:06.010]<br />The nice thing is if you wanted to use a mesh</p>
<p>[00:31:08.730]<br />from a different Central project,</p>
<p>[00:31:11.050]<br />you can right click on the mesh’s folder</p>
<p>[00:31:13.300]<br />and import a mesh from Central.</p>
<p>[00:31:16.300]<br />Here, if you had different conceptual model</p>
<p>[00:31:19.720]<br />for your extensive site</p>
<p>[00:31:21.360]<br />and then smaller project models for areas of focus,</p>
<p>[00:31:26.920]<br />you can directly import a mesh from the extensive site</p>
<p>[00:31:31.370]<br />and use those surfaces or output volumes in your project.</p>
<p>[00:31:35.670]<br />This can be a really nice organizational tool</p>
<p>[00:31:38.390]<br />for breaking up those massive projects</p>
<p>[00:31:40.300]<br />which I see all the time</p>
<p>[00:31:41.570]<br />into more localized and regionalized complex models.</p>
<p>[00:31:47.810]<br />And so, you have access to all of the different meshes</p>
<p>[00:31:51.870]<br />from any Central projects that you have access to.</p>
<p>[00:31:55.490]<br />This can save you a ton of time,</p>
<p>[00:31:57.540]<br />not having to reduplicate surfaces for example,</p>
<p>[00:32:00.980]<br />and also gives you the ability to use surfaces</p>
<p>[00:32:04.330]<br />from a different project</p>
<p>[00:32:05.420]<br />if you’re working in the same location.</p>
<p>[00:32:10.230]<br />Now, if I had made some changes to this project,</p>
<p>[00:32:13.970]<br />for example, edited some contacts, added new boreholes,</p>
<p>[00:32:18.360]<br />I could then publish this model back to the Central Server</p>
<p>[00:32:21.830]<br />so that my colleagues can access it,</p>
<p>[00:32:24.130]<br />make comments and annotations and so on</p>
<p>[00:32:26.750]<br />within the Central browser.</p>
<p>[00:32:29.970]<br />Now, if I go to the Lake Aura project here,</p>
<p>[00:32:33.920]<br />if I had my project open in the scene view</p>
<p>[00:32:36.330]<br />and went back to the Central tab for that project,</p>
<p>[00:32:40.380]<br />there is this button right here,</p>
<p>[00:32:42.230]<br />it looks like a globe with the green arrow,</p>
<p>[00:32:44.310]<br />to publish the latest version.</p>
<p>[00:32:48.200]<br />Anytime you make changes and want to document this project</p>
<p>[00:32:51.650]<br />change through time,</p>
<p>[00:32:53.510]<br />i.e. you can actually see these multiple publishing events</p>
<p>[00:32:57.780]<br />here in the project history,</p>
<p>[00:32:59.400]<br />so each little bulb</p>
<p>[00:33:00.860]<br />corresponds to a different publishing event.</p>
<p>[00:33:04.290]<br />You can go ahead and publish a new version of that model,</p>
<p>[00:33:07.650]<br />which I’ll go ahead and do now.</p>
<p>[00:33:11.970]<br />You can then select the objects</p>
<p>[00:33:14.310]<br />that you want to be able to discuss</p>
<p>[00:33:15.920]<br />within the Central browser.</p>
<p>[00:33:18.300]<br />And so you might only want to discuss</p>
<p>[00:33:20.550]<br />in the Central browser, your model</p>
<p>[00:33:22.320]<br />and or your visions on a few surfaces,</p>
<p>[00:33:25.350]<br />and so you don’t have to constantly upload the entirety</p>
<p>[00:33:28.330]<br />of the project,</p>
<p>[00:33:29.230]<br />you can just upload the objects</p>
<p>[00:33:31.050]<br />that you want to be able to access and discuss</p>
<p>[00:33:33.010]<br />within the Central browser.</p>
<p>[00:33:36.210]<br />Here, for example, if I just wanted to upload my typography,</p>
<p>[00:33:40.100]<br />my drill hole data, my borehole data,</p>
<p>[00:33:43.070]<br />and maybe a geologic model and some designs</p>
<p>[00:33:46.630]<br />you can do so here.</p>
<p>[00:33:50.240]<br />The next step in the publishing phase of a project</p>
<p>[00:33:54.170]<br />is to designate a project workflow stage.</p>
<p>[00:33:57.750]<br />So here, you can see we’ve added</p>
<p>[00:33:59.810]<br />several different project stages,</p>
<p>[00:34:01.850]<br />whether it’s experimental, a peer review,</p>
<p>[00:34:04.700]<br />you can assign this here upon uploading the latest revisions</p>
<p>[00:34:08.140]<br />of the model.</p>
<p>[00:34:09.890]<br />You can also include the entirety of the Leapfrog project,</p>
<p>[00:34:13.680]<br />this is often going to be required</p>
<p>[00:34:15.250]<br />when you’re first uploading the model,</p>
<p>[00:34:17.620]<br />but after you have uploaded multiple versions of the model,</p>
<p>[00:34:20.490]<br />you might not want to upload the entirety of the model</p>
<p>[00:34:23.270]<br />and just the objects in question.</p>
<p>[00:34:25.760]<br />And so you can actually select to do this here.</p>
<p>[00:34:28.640]<br />And if I press, no,</p>
<p>[00:34:31.180]<br />you don’t actually have to upload the entirety</p>
<p>[00:34:33.330]<br />of the project when working remotely and or from home.</p>
<p>[00:34:36.920]<br />If you’re worried about bandwidth,</p>
<p>[00:34:39.480]<br />this is something that you might want to keep aware</p>
<p>[00:34:42.090]<br />that you might not want to upload the entirety</p>
<p>[00:34:44.430]<br />of the works project,</p>
<p>[00:34:45.510]<br />and so you have control over doing so here.</p>
<p>[00:34:50.220]<br />You can also control whether this is the complete process</p>
<p>[00:34:53.670]<br />to object, the complete project</p>
<p>[00:34:55.710]<br />with all stored modeling calculations is then published,</p>
<p>[00:34:58.720]<br />other Central users will be able to download the project</p>
<p>[00:35:01.430]<br />and work on it in Leapfrog Works,</p>
<p>[00:35:03.900]<br />or you can leave this as in processed.</p>
<p>[00:35:06.590]<br />And this is just something to keep in mind,</p>
<p>[00:35:09.550]<br />all stored modeling calculations are removed</p>
<p>[00:35:11.810]<br />before the project is uploaded,</p>
<p>[00:35:13.470]<br />which can reduce the size of the project substantially.</p>
<p>[00:35:16.350]<br />When the project is downloaded again,</p>
<p>[00:35:17.930]<br />the project will need to be reprocessed</p>
<p>[00:35:20.250]<br />depending on the size of the project,</p>
<p>[00:35:21.480]<br />so this may take some time,</p>
<p>[00:35:22.830]<br />so just something to keep in mind.</p>
<p>[00:35:25.090]<br />A lot of the times, I personally don’t include the entirety</p>
<p>[00:35:27.870]<br />of the Leapfrog project and just the edits and revisions</p>
<p>[00:35:31.490]<br />that I’ve made or selected in the previous window.</p>
<p>[00:35:35.990]<br />You can then select next,</p>
<p>[00:35:38.490]<br />and here is where you designate a workflow stage.</p>
<p>[00:35:42.620]<br />So you might’ve seen this graph that pops out</p>
<p>[00:35:46.040]<br />on the project history tab.</p>
<p>[00:35:48.150]<br />This is where you can actually branch out</p>
<p>[00:35:50.240]<br />and or make some experimental stages in the model,</p>
<p>[00:35:54.140]<br />or you can work laterally.</p>
<p>[00:35:56.010]<br />You might have a few different specialized folks</p>
<p>[00:35:58.720]<br />who are working on the same model,</p>
<p>[00:36:00.140]<br />for example, a geophysicist and a structural geologist.</p>
<p>[00:36:03.370]<br />The geophysicists might be working strictly</p>
<p>[00:36:05.460]<br />on the numeric modeling of some resistivity data</p>
<p>[00:36:08.960]<br />while your structural geologists</p>
<p>[00:36:10.600]<br />might be working strictly on the geologic modeling section.</p>
<p>[00:36:14.890]<br />And so you can actually break these off and work laterally.</p>
<p>[00:36:18.780]<br />This can save a ton of time</p>
<p>[00:36:20.190]<br />and enhances the specialization of your colleagues.</p>
<p>[00:36:24.290]<br />This allows your colleagues to work independently</p>
<p>[00:36:27.950]<br />on their own branch of the project,</p>
<p>[00:36:30.140]<br />which can be always opened and or revised</p>
<p>[00:36:33.310]<br />by anyone who is included in that Central project.</p>
<p>[00:36:38.210]<br />You can also add some comments here.</p>
<p>[00:36:40.600]<br />If I move this little window,</p>
<p>[00:36:42.420]<br />you can see that my colleagues have added some comments</p>
<p>[00:36:44.970]<br />regarding what they might’ve updated,</p>
<p>[00:36:47.180]<br />this is just a nice way to track changes through time,</p>
<p>[00:36:50.370]<br />and is a good way to track</p>
<p>[00:36:52.410]<br />why you might have actually published a new version</p>
<p>[00:36:55.390]<br />of this model.</p>
<p>[00:36:58.580]<br />So I’m going to go ahead and cancel out of this,</p>
<p>[00:37:02.030]<br />or why not, let’s, let’s publish it.</p>
<p>[00:37:10.530]<br />This will then be published.</p>
<p>[00:37:12.870]<br />And once you have published this to the Central Server,</p>
<p>[00:37:17.400]<br />your colleagues will then have access via the browser</p>
<p>[00:37:21.500]<br />and or via works to access the latest version of the model</p>
<p>[00:37:25.660]<br />with your changes on that.</p>
<p>[00:37:27.510]<br />A much easier way to exchange projects and edits,</p>
<p>[00:37:32.280]<br />as opposed to potentially using what you might have,</p>
<p>[00:37:36.160]<br />the previous methods as, you know,</p>
<p>[00:37:37.730]<br />saving a zip copy is a very common method that I see users</p>
<p>[00:37:42.030]<br />without Central using.</p>
<p>[00:37:45.180]<br />You can now access the latest version of this publish event</p>
<p>[00:37:48.200]<br />within the browser or here directly within works.</p>
<p>[00:37:53.270]<br />Just a brief summary of some of the different features</p>
<p>[00:37:57.240]<br />and tools we have just discussed,</p>
<p>[00:38:00.460]<br />one of the things that I want to really elaborate on</p>
<p>[00:38:04.100]<br />is how Central allows and enhances collaboration</p>
<p>[00:38:08.020]<br />and version control among teams.</p>
<p>[00:38:10.820]<br />Of course, when you’re working on your projects together,</p>
<p>[00:38:13.820]<br />you want to be able to make a decision together.</p>
<p>[00:38:15.980]<br />So we want to keep colleagues and clients informed</p>
<p>[00:38:19.310]<br />throughout the project life cycle.</p>
<p>[00:38:22.140]<br />Having your clients and colleagues</p>
<p>[00:38:23.780]<br />on a mutual Central server</p>
<p>[00:38:25.960]<br />really enables this collaboration.</p>
<p>[00:38:28.570]<br />And it actually is a great tool for just keeping track</p>
<p>[00:38:32.650]<br />of your changes in all the projects</p>
<p>[00:38:34.900]<br />that might be working on.</p>
<p>[00:38:36.770]<br />Organization is key to a successful project,</p>
<p>[00:38:39.760]<br />and we want to help keep you organized</p>
<p>[00:38:41.750]<br />while being able to collaborate and communicate</p>
<p>[00:38:44.700]<br />throughout the project life cycle.</p>
<p>[00:38:49.900]<br />As you have seen via the project graph</p>
<p>[00:38:52.380]<br />and the project history tab,</p>
<p>[00:38:54.450]<br />this Central allows collaboration</p>
<p>[00:38:57.080]<br />and version control by testing ideas</p>
<p>[00:38:59.940]<br />and allowing for peer revisions.</p>
<p>[00:39:02.840]<br />Whether you are actually going in and making edits</p>
<p>[00:39:06.070]<br />to the model directly,</p>
<p>[00:39:07.690]<br />whether this is an experimental or pure viewing branch,</p>
<p>[00:39:10.840]<br />which you can branch off from the direct project,</p>
<p>[00:39:13.530]<br />or if you’re just adding comments and annotations</p>
<p>[00:39:16.100]<br />within the browsers,</p>
<p>[00:39:17.750]<br />you can collaborate with multiple different individuals</p>
<p>[00:39:20.940]<br />on all levels and get their input and or edits</p>
<p>[00:39:26.230]<br />and incorporate that into future models and revisions.</p>
<p>[00:39:34.600]<br />I mentioned a lateral workflows,</p>
<p>[00:39:37.440]<br />so you might have different station locations or regions,</p>
<p>[00:39:41.370]<br />and or you might also have different individuals</p>
<p>[00:39:44.530]<br />who are specialized,</p>
<p>[00:39:46.120]<br />for example, geophysicists and structural geologists.</p>
<p>[00:39:49.720]<br />And this allows them to use their expertise</p>
<p>[00:39:52.900]<br />in their own branch of the model,</p>
<p>[00:39:54.957]<br />and really organize your model accordingly.</p>
<p>[00:39:58.190]<br />So really good way to document the changes</p>
<p>[00:40:01.440]<br />and allow for visibility between maybe neighboring projects</p>
<p>[00:40:04.860]<br />if you’re basing this on station location</p>
<p>[00:40:07.330]<br />and or specialization</p>
<p>[00:40:09.990]<br />if that is incorporated into the project.</p>
<p>[00:40:18.010]<br />Of course, data sharing is one of the keys of Central,</p>
<p>[00:40:21.690]<br />and so enabling cross collaboration is very important.</p>
<p>[00:40:26.760]<br />You might be starting with a conceptual basic model</p>
<p>[00:40:30.090]<br />and you might be breaking that up</p>
<p>[00:40:31.670]<br />and or editing that through time</p>
<p>[00:40:33.900]<br />with multiple different individuals.</p>
<p>[00:40:36.080]<br />Somebody might be designing the 3D water body</p>
<p>[00:40:38.820]<br />as seen in this photo example,</p>
<p>[00:40:40.940]<br />and somebody might be running a flow model</p>
<p>[00:40:43.830]<br />and or creating a contaminant model.</p>
<p>[00:40:46.270]<br />And this allows different individuals on the same project,</p>
<p>[00:40:49.610]<br />in the same space to collaborate and communicate</p>
<p>[00:40:52.540]<br />those changes and or explain why they’re doing so</p>
<p>[00:40:56.800]<br />in a way that can be tracked and audited.</p>
<p>[00:41:04.020]<br />One of the things that I want to mention now</p>
<p>[00:41:05.980]<br />just to give you a little sneak peek is of course,</p>
<p>[00:41:09.100]<br />Central is a collaboration and communication tool</p>
<p>[00:41:12.490]<br />that allows auditability and individuals to track changes</p>
<p>[00:41:16.270]<br />on their projects through times.</p>
<p>[00:41:18.440]<br />Notifications are one of the new and upcoming features</p>
<p>[00:41:22.100]<br />in Central which we’ll be releasing in April or may of 2020.</p>
<p>[00:41:25.940]<br />Notifications allow you to understand</p>
<p>[00:41:27.830]<br />what is happening in Central in real time.</p>
<p>[00:41:30.170]<br />You will get notified when projects are shared with you,</p>
<p>[00:41:32.610]<br />or when your permissions on a project change,</p>
<p>[00:41:35.190]<br />you will also get notifications when annotations</p>
<p>[00:41:38.350]<br />or other objects within the Central project are updated.</p>
<p>[00:41:42.200]<br />And we want to be able to keep you up to date</p>
<p>[00:41:44.270]<br />with the latest events and keep you notified</p>
<p>[00:41:46.930]<br />as this is what Central was designed for.</p>
<p>[00:41:49.900]<br />Of course, you can manage your preferences</p>
<p>[00:41:52.270]<br />just like you would in your email preferences</p>
<p>[00:41:54.920]<br />and subscribe to what is important to you</p>
<p>[00:41:56.980]<br />and unsubscribed from what you might not want</p>
<p>[00:41:59.650]<br />to get constant notifications for.</p>
<p>[00:42:01.410]<br />So you do have full control over these notifications.</p>
<p>[00:42:04.810]<br />Of course, we don’t want to be spamming you,</p>
<p>[00:42:06.310]<br />and we want you to be able to have that visibility</p>
<p>[00:42:10.060]<br />into the latest updates to the model</p>
<p>[00:42:12.720]<br />without having to go back in</p>
<p>[00:42:14.520]<br />and check on those individually.</p>
<p>[00:42:17.530]<br />So just a cool little feature that is upcoming</p>
<p>[00:42:20.040]<br />and I wanted to keep you aware of.</p>
<p>[00:42:24.230]<br />And so, we definitely want you to try out Central.</p>
<p>[00:42:27.030]<br />Currently, we have 60-day Central free of charge,</p>
<p>[00:42:31.200]<br />and if you have any questions or interested,</p>
<p>[00:42:33.660]<br />please reach out to your personal account manager.</p>
<p>[00:42:36.500]<br />If you are not aware</p>
<p>[00:42:37.440]<br />of who your personal account manager is,</p>
<p>[00:42:38.980]<br />just contact our local sales representatives</p>
<p>[00:42:41.270]<br />at [email protected],</p>
<p>[00:42:44.510]<br />and we will deal with this accordingly.</p>
<p>[00:42:47.350]<br />If you have any questions on the workflow</p>
<p>[00:42:50.770]<br />and or technical support questions,</p>
<p>[00:42:52.470]<br />don’t hesitate to reach out to our support team</p>
<p>[00:42:54.560]<br />at [email protected],</p>
<p>[00:42:57.500]<br />and we would be happy to help.</p>
<p>[00:43:00.000]<br />For any other queries or more details,</p>
<p>[00:43:02.240]<br />please visit our website at</p>
<p>[00:43:05.060]<br />and you can find a ton of information</p>
<p>[00:43:06.590]<br />about the latest releases and other details on Central.</p>
<p>[00:43:11.940]<br />So thank you so much for joining this</p>
<p>[00:43:15.000]<br />and don’t hesitate to reach out,</p>
<p>[00:43:17.410]<br />we would be happy to help</p>
<p>[00:43:18.500]<br />and discuss Central in more detail.</p>
<p>[00:43:22.660]<br />And on behalf of Seequent,</p>
<p>[00:43:24.350]<br />thank you for joining the webinar today.</p>
<p>[00:43:27.350]<br />We really appreciate you,</p>
<p>[00:43:29.010]<br />and we want to be able to enhance your workflows</p>
<p>[00:43:31.240]<br />while you’re working remotely,</p>
<p>[00:43:32.940]<br />and we think that Central is the perfect solution to do so.</p>
<p>[00:43:36.520]<br />And so if there’s anything you have any questions on,</p>
<p>[00:43:38.810]<br />once again, don’t hesitate to reach out,</p>
<p>[00:43:40.820]<br />and all the best from our team to you.</p>
<p>[00:43:43.690]<br />Thank you so much and have a wonderful day.</p>
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