Blog : Import

01
JUL.14
Why is Spatial Manager software so practical? (Part 1)

Scenario #1: We need to quickly check which the appropriate file is, between three Shapefiles (SHP) files that include the same data but whose spatial geometric information is different... more


27
MAY.14
Search in Google Earth and use in AutoCAD

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... more


30
APR.14
Import OpenStreetMap data into AutoCAD drawings

Many AutoCAD users, such as architects, surveyors, engineers, etc., often need access to territorial information as a basis for their own projects or their work related in some way to the territory ... more


17
MAR.14
Importing KML files into AutoCAD

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... more


06
MAR.14
Importing shapefile (SHP) into AutoCAD

One of the basic needs of any AutoCAD user to handle geospatial information, by downloading files from the web or by collaborating with others GIS users, is importing into AutoCAD ESRI shapefiles (SHP file format)... more


25
FEB.14
Import directly to PostGIS databases

Many Spatial Manager Desktop™ users are familiar with the large number of options included in the application to export spatial data, but few users are aware of the possibility to directly Import Tables to a container, such as a Schema of a... more