The Background Maps technology built into 'Spatial Manager' allows access to user-defined WMTS, WMTS and XYZ/TMS map servers, but also includes access to some of the most widely used image map servers, such as OpenStreetMap, Google Maps, Mapbox, Bing, and more, without the user having to configure them. The settings for these Groups and the Maps themselves have recently been updated and enhanced
Blog: Google Maps
Following several previous posts about how to configure and apply diverse parameters for Google Maps as dynamic Background Maps in 'Spatial Manager' (AutoCAD, BricsCAD, ZWCAD or Desktop), you can learn here how to add Real-Time Traffic and Transit (public transport tracing) information to these maps
The vast possibilities offered by access to cartographic information through the Internet will allow you to easily complete your drawings and maps in a very short time and accurately. Here you can see how simple it is to add external map information to your drawings in AutoCAD, BricsCAD or ZWCAD using 'Spatial Manager'
Some image map servers provide multi-domain or sub-domain structures in order to optimize data downloading. Load balancing improves workload distribution across multiple computing resources and aims to optimize the use of resources, maximize performance and minimize response time. From v.4.2.1, 'Spatial Manager' applications allow configuring access to multi-domain or sub-domain map servers