Blog

05
DEC.18
Adding OpenStreetMap or Google Maps objects to your 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... more


20
NOV.18
The new Data Grid

Users who create, manage or analyse geospatial data and territorial information are aware of the importance of data attached to graphic elements. This information allows you to jump from simple cartographic plans to a data set that reflects real-world... more


12
NOV.18
Spatial Manager for ZWCAD 2019 compatible

A new ‘Spatial Manager’ version (5.0) has been recently released. In addition to other interesting new features, this release is ‘ZWCAD 2019’ compatible. Download it and enjoy from today the enhancements and new functions included in ‘ZWCAD 2019’ and... more


05
NOV.18
V5: A big leap in spatial data management

The new autumn version ‘Spatial Manager v5’ has been released today. You’ll find great improvements in data management, especially in CAD applications (AutoCAD, BricsCAD and ZWCAD) which have incorporated a powerful and unique Data Grid (already in Desktop) that... more


31
OCT.18
Managing Multi-Polygons in AutoCAD, BricsCAD or ZWCAD

A problem that the spatial information users face when working in CAD applications is importing and handling Polygons that contain multiple rings and/or holes (Multi-Polygons or MPolygons). But these applications include a very standard object type (HATCH) that will... more


23
OCT.18
Import from Palette vs using SPMIMPORT

The ‘Spatial Manager’ main Palette includes many of the most relevant and commonly used functions in the application, such as the importing functions. But in the CAD versions (AutoCAD, BricsCAD or ZWCAD), you also can find direct import commands... more