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While ‘Spatial Manager’ allows you to handle any type of 3D information and therefore export 3D-point tables from your drawing or map, there are times when the points Z-coordinate information is in a label form. Here you will find... more


WFS data servers provide the ability to access vector spatial information via a remote connection. Although you can use ‘Spatial Manager’ User Data Sources (UDS) to access this type of servers, it is interesting to know that these servers... more


‘Spatial Manager’ for CAD applications (AutoCAD, BricsCAD and ZWCAD) will enable you to perform territorial analysis processes based on the geographic objects by using selection tools and Properties of the graphic objects themselves. For a great amount of these... more


The “Select by query” tool included in ‘Spatial Manager’ allows you to achieve object selections in the map or drawing based on a query over the alphanumeric data associated with the objects. From version 5 this tool let you... more


‘Spatial Manager’ imports, exports and manages alphanumeric data attached to the graphical objects. This data is stored in the objects and in the drawing itself as XDATA/EED, and you can rebuild the data Table definitions from the drawing objects... more


‘Spatial Manager’ dynamic Background Maps functions allow you to use preset maps  (Bing, MapBox, OpenStreetMap, etc.), but also define and group your own maps by accessing public, administration or enterprise WMS, WMTS or XYZ/TMS servers (Google Maps, Municipalities, Gov. Agencies,... more