Blog : Desktop L2 (Medium)

11
DEC.17
Google Maps in your CAD drawings? Of course

All ‘Spatial Manager’ applications (AutoCAD, BricsCAD, ZWCAD or Desktop) provide access to many dynamic Maps published by many Maps providers. However, some providers have restrictive clauses prohibiting the inclusion of access to their services or data in a commercial... more


11
OCT.17
Enhanced Background Maps. WMS & WMTS services

One of the functions most appreciated by ‘Spatial Manager’ users is the management of the Background Maps (‘BG Maps’) based on imagery downloaded in real time from map services or cartographic servers. The version 4 of this applications suite... more


06
JUN.17
Little-known options when importing from OpenStreetMap

The project OpenStreetMap is considered a prominent example of volunteered geographic information and has become the “Wikipedia” of spatial and territorial information. It gives you free access to tons of geo-spatial data, and ‘Spatial Manager’ allows you to import... more


24
JAN.17
Publishing your drawing or map in Google Earth (one click)

Regardless of the advanced Export capabilities of ‘Spatial Manager’, the applications include a specific function designed to Publish the drawing or map and their data to Google Earth through an instantaneous one-click operation... more


22
JUL.14
How to highlight some Features in Google Earth

It is a common practice to use Google Earth as a visual tool to show spatial information in a standard format which many users already know through an intuitive and easy to manage application... more


08
JUL.14
Why is Spatial Manager software so practical? (Part 2)

Scenario #2: We receive a set of spatial data including parcels (inside a Shapefile-SHP) and some hydrants (inside a KML file) belonging to a city. We need to generate a KML file which includes the parcels that have no assigned... more