Blog : CAD L2 (Medium)

‘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


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


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


‘Spatial Manager’ includes an option to manage the Z coordinate when importing spatial data (Shapefiles, Google Earth KML, ASCII, Excel, LiDAR, etc.) into AutoCAD, BricsCAD or ZWCAD drawings. It is a configuration little known by many of the application users... more


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... more


The generation of labels or tags when importing spatial objects into AutoCAD, BricsCAD or ZWCAD using ‘Spatial Manager’, includes multiple options that allow the user to customize the marking of the objects based on the values in the spatial... more