Blog : Import

Many users ask us about the possibility of working with Spatial Manager™ for AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT. Because of the intrinsic limitations of AutoCAD LT this is not possible, but here is a practical workaround using Spatial Manager Desktop™ AutoCAD... more


Nearly all data providers included in Spatial Manager™ for AutoCAD feature a large number of resources to optimize the import processes from the different data sources supported by the applicationAlong this blog post we will discuss some chances to “play” with... more


Some 2D Shapefiles (SHP) may include 3D information inside its associated alphanumeric data table. For example, it is quite common to find the values ​​of the elevation and height of the polygon features inside some fields of the data table 3D and pseudo-3D Shapefiles... more


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 differentSpatial Manager™ software is not designed to compete with most of the existing GIS... 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


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  OpenStreetMap community has... more