Blog : Google Earth (KML) (page 3)

This post examines the available options when exporting Blocks and External References (Xref) from AutoCAD and BricsCAD a geospatial TableExport Blocks and External References By default Spatial Manager™ will export the Blocks and Xrefs as point features,... more

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 applicationProfessionals who work with spatial data using... more

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

The diverse sources of global spatial data available nowadays provide extensive opportunities to get territorial information, which can complement generic drawings or maps. One such source is Google Earth Many planners and other map makers need to add specific information... more

It is becoming increasingly common to find geo-spatial information contained in KML or KMZ files, used by Google Earth, produced by private users or by the administrative authority, and importing such files in AutoCAD has become a necessity Spatial Manager™... more

The KML or KMZ files of Google Earth can include some little-known parameters which apply to the Features they contain. One of these parameters is the Altitude of the Features By using the Altitude parameter, the Features can be placed... more