Blog : Desktop L2 (Medium)

02
MAR.21
Airbus OneAtlas imagery in Spatial Manager

‘Airbus OneAtlas’ service provide access to high-resolution satellite imagery, innovative geospatial analytics and industry-specific insights. This post explains how to configure ‘Spatial Manager’ Background Maps in order to dynamically access OneAtlas imagery from your maps or drawings in AutoCAD, BricsCAD,... more


21
SEP.20
Import or load GeoPackage files

GeoPackage is an open, standards-based, platform-independent, portable, self-describing and compact format for the transfer of geospatial information. A new data provider that allows you to read GeoPackage files has recently been added in ‘Spatial Manager’ (CAD and Desktop versions)... more


14
SEP.20
ASCII data provider Tabular format

The ASCII data provider supplied with ‘Spatial Manager’ allows you to Import/Export geospatial data from/to CSV, XYZ, TXT, ASC, NEZ, UPT, etc. files, and with very little added work, it is also valid for Excel, Access, etc. files. It has... more


12
MAY.20
Importing from Excel (CSV or ODBC data providers)

Due to the relevance of importing points from data tables in many projects and works related to territorial information, cartography or surveying, ‘Spatial Manager’ includes multiple systems that simplify this task. MS Excel is one of the most used tools... more


20
APR.20
Shapefiles (SHP) Multi-class export

Shapefiles (SHP), despite being a standard in GIS, are files with a simple structure that do not support different types of graphic objects in a single file. This requires multiple export processes when you want to export Points, Lines, Polygons,... more


09
MAR.20
New native WFS data provider

Although since the first versions of ‘Spatial Manager’ has been possible to access WFS (Web Feature Service) servers, until now this has been done through two data providers based on FDO and OGR. Recently, a native WFS data provider has... more