Blog : OpenStreetMap

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


26
SEP.16
OpenStreetMap “classic look” in AutoCAD and BricsCAD

Although the ‘Spatial Manager’ applications include many Background map models that can be chosen directly when you need to display them, you may be interested in access to many others maps available around the world. The “classic look” map of OpenStreetMap cannot be freely distributed within... more


27
OCT.14
Release 1.0.3 for AutoCAD: now OpenStreetMap PBF files

A new release of Spatial Manager™ for AutoCAD (1.0.3) including support for OpenStreetMap PBF files in the OSM data provider, was launched on October 27. Try it or update your application... more


08
OCT.14
Release 1.0.4: OpenStreetMap background maps

A new release of Spatial Manager Desktop™ (1.0.4) including OpenStreetMap background maps was launched on October 3. Try it or update your application... 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


30
APR.14
Convert OpenStreetMap data to Shapefiles (SHP)

The community of geospatial information OpenStreetMap (OSM) is diverse and grows every day. Its contributors include map designers and map users, GIS professionals, engineers who control the servers, etc., working around the world... more