You can use AutoCAD Civil 3D to add and edit survey data.
You can use several methods to create control points.
Use the Survey tab to create non-control points.
Setups are the instrument setups that are defined in the survey database. The Setups collection on the ToolspaceSurvey tab expands to display individual setups.
Observations are measured to survey points in relation to a setup.
A direction is an angle measured from the north or south meridian.
You can create baselines, which are reference lines from a baseline start point and a baseline end point.
A centerline is defined from a figure. After you define the current centerline and current cross section, you can create new points in relation to them.
You can use the intersection commands to locate intersection points between bearings, azimuths, lines, and arcs, and to calculate the square offset.
Use batch files to record all survey commands that you use.