Spatial Manager™ for BricsCAD

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Spatial Manager™ for BricsCAD
Screenshot of Spatial Manager™ for BricsCAD
Authors: Opencartis, S.L.
License: Proprietary ($155.00 - $355.00)
Platforms: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10
Version: 5.0.0 (2018-11-05)
Languages: English, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, German, French, and Russian
Website: http://www.spatialmanager.com/spm-forbricscad/
Programming language: C#

Powerful BricsCAD plug-in. Imports, exports and manages spatial data in a simple, fast and inexpensive way. Includes its own OSM data provider

Introduction

Spatial Manager™ for BricsCAD is a powerful BricsCAD plug-in designed for BricsCAD users who need to import, export and manage spatial data in a simple, fast and inexpensive way, which includes many possibilities not seen so far in BricsCAD. It comes in a lightweight application that runs inside BricsCAD and allows the user to import and export geospatial data between BricsCAD drawings and geospatial files, data servers or data stores

Notes:

- The access to spatial data servers and stores is available on the "Standard" and "Professional" editions only

- The complete Export capabilities are available in the "Professional" edition only, although "Export the current status of the drawing to Google Earth" is a function available on the "Standard" and "Professional" editions

- The full managing of spatial data functionality and the background Maps are available on the "Standard" and "Professional" editions only


Spatial Manager™ for BricsCAD preview screen


Main features

  • General
    • Import/export spatial data into/from BricsCAD drawings
    • Publish to Google Earth
    • Dynamic Background image Maps from Bing, OpenStreeMap, Mapbox, Ordnance Survey, NearMap, etc.
      • Configurable user Maps
        • XYZ / TMS, WMTS and WMS compatible
        • WMS multi-layer maps
      • Snapshots (geo-referenced BricsCAD Images) of the current background Map
    • Transformation of coordinates when importing, exporting, showing Background Maps, etc.
    • Extended Entity Data (EED)
      • Viewer palette
        • Also shows some other data as the Blocks properties (Name and Attributes), Layer, geometric properties, etc.
      • Edit values directly in the palette
      • Hyperlinks
      • Managing data structure
        • Define, modify, and delete tables and fields
        • Attaching entities to a table
        • Detaching entities from their tables
      • Selecting entities by a simple or compound query over their data
      • Selecting the entities attached to a table
      • Zoom to the selected entities

  • Import processes
    • Entities imported into a new or open drawing
    • Raster and vector entities
    • Smart Batch import
    • Basic target layer or new target layers using a field value
    • Use blocks for points and centroids
      • Select the name of the Block according to the value of a field
      • Block insertion parameters from field values
    • Polygon fills and transparencies
      • Fill properties can be taken from fields values
    • Polygon centroids
    • Smart labeling of entities while importing (Points, Centroids and Polylines)
    • Spatial filter to import only the entities in the current view
    • Elevation and thickness from field values
    • Import data from tables as Extended Entity Data (EED)
    • Speed up the processes skipping some wizard steps
    • Use the intuitive palette options or the quick import function
    • Save Tasks to replay the import processes so many times as desired

  • Export processes
    • Entities exported to geospatial files or servers
    • Export (Publish) the current status and style of the drawing to Google Earth (one click)
      • Raster and vector entities
    • Select the entities to be exported
    • Option to export also the data of the entities and choose it from what Table and Fields
    • Option to treat the closed polylines as polygons
    • Option to export the Handle, the Layer and the Elevation of the entities
    • Options to export the Name and the Attributes of the Block References as well as their Rotation and Scales
    • Option to export Text entities and their basic properties (Rotation and Height)
    • Options to export Hatch objects and their properties (Name, Angle, Scale, etc.)
    • Options to export the X/Y/Z coordinates, Length and Area of the entities
    • Automatic complex geometric operations
    • Filtering of incompatible entities
    • Option to open the exported file location directly

  • Data sources
    • Manage your own shortcuts
    • Access to spatial data files (SHP, GPX, KML/KMZ, OSM, PBF, LAS/LAZ, CSV, TXT, ASC, XYZ, MIF/MID, TAB, E00, SQLite, SDF, GML, XML, JPF, PNG, TIF, etc.) )
    • Manage your User Data Sources
    • Access to spatial database servers (SQL Server, PostGIS, etc.)
      • View and Tables
    • Access to other connections (WFS, ODBC points or WKB - Excel, Access, dBase,...-, etc.)

Notes:

- The access to spatial data servers and stores, the XDATA/Extended Entity Data (EED) and the Background Maps are available on the "Standard" and "Professional" editions only

- The complete Export capabilities are available in the "Professional" edition only, although "Export the current status of the drawing to Google Earth" is a function available in the "Standard" edition also

To get a first preview of the application, please watch this video

To experiment the EXPORT capabilities (on the 'Professional' edition), please watch the following videos:

To know how to BATCH IMPORT works, please watch this video:

To take a look at the TASKS technology on the 'Professional' edition, please watch this video:

To learn how is working the DIRECT DATA EDITION and how to MANAGE the DATA STRUCTURE (on the 'Standard' and 'Professional' editions), please watch the following videos:

To know more about the attractive and useful BACKGROUND MAPS (on the 'Standard' and 'Professional' editions), please watch the following videos:

To know how to LABEL the entities WHILE IMPORTING, please watch this video:

To know how to Use the BLOCKS WHEN IMPORTING, please watch this video::