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Kubatura

Cubature calculating with cut and fill


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Against the background of quantity surveying, AndroTec’s Cubage Calculator “Kubatura” for Microsoft Windows is a handy tool for calculating the cubage of earth masses based on two terrain surfaces (so-called ‘horizons’). Kubatura complies with the german REB/GAEB specifications.

The terrain surfaces may either be given by measured geodata and/or CAD data, or by horizontal planes of a given elevation. If required, the elevation of a horizon can be shifted. Upon computation of the digital terrain models (triangulation), breaking edges are automatically taken into account. The same applies to the borders of the terrain considered for cubage calculation.

Kubatura’s computation results comprise all relevant parameters like cut, fill, surface area, circumference, etc. Moreover, powerful 3D visualization functions support the visual inspection of the measurements. Verification of the computations results by the customer is guaranteed by detailed computation protocols.

Kubatura fits perfectly to our PlanAssistant fieldbook and its Data Exchange Module RSS-DATP. In combination with our Geodata-Converter CVT-Pro, Kubatura becomes a powerful, versatile stand-alone solution for quantity surveying.


The core features:

  • Automatic triangulation in consideration of breaking edges
  • Calculation of cut and fill, surfaces and peripheral
    • of two site surveys
    • of a site survey and a horizontal plane
    • of a site survey based on the highest or lowest point of the survey
    • of site surveys with a height offset
  • Generation of contour lines at arbitrary heigth levels
  • Generation of contour points with selectable raster distance
  • Graphical 3D visualisazion in central- or parallelprojection
  • Optional pseudocolor visualization
  • Export to CAD-format DXF and REB DA30, DA45 and DA49

  • Used bases of calculation:

  • REB 22.013
  • GAEB-VB 20.404
  • GAEB-VB 22.114