GIS Server automates the joint processing of SHP and SXF formats in the formation of geo-covers


In KB "Panorama" the program of GIS Server PARB.00049-01 version 7.3.2 is developed. In the new version there are improved the tools of remote placement in the Databank of digital vector maps of formats SHP (Shape), MIF\MID and others. The procedure for remote loading of the Data Bank of Digital Maps (DMs) and Remote Sensing of the Earth (RSE) PARB.00033-02 is implemented as a 64-bit application, which allows to increase the speed of work, increase the amount of data processed and reduce the processing time due to multithreaded execution on multiprocessor servers. There is added an automatic processing of data, packed in a ZIP archive, while loading the Data Bank. For example, sets of SHP or MIF/MID files that correspond to a given territory (map sheet), it is more convenient to store and to issue as ZIP-archive. The analysis of the archive, definition of dimensions of data sets, coordinate systems, number of objects and other metadata is performed automatically with any nesting of folders in the archive.

Loading of data sets into the Databank of DMs and RSE is carried out by the command of the desktop client of GIS Server or the web-client of Databank of DMs and RSE. GIS Server allows you to create in an automated mode the geo-covers of vector maps, rasters and matrices stored in the Data Bank of DMs and RSE. During the formation of geo-covers, data are imported from exchange formats, are transformed into a given coordinate system and are placed into a virtual folder of the GIS Server. The file-sets of the SHP format, stored in the form of ZIP archives, selected by the operator in the Data Bank are automatically unpacked and converted into the internal format of the GIS "Panorama" together with the SXF files for the formation of geo-covers.

GIS Server supports multi-level connection of servers among themselves for distributed storage and processing of spatial data with automatic replication, backup and data protection. Such architecture in tens times reduces load of a network of data transmission, speeds up access to data and improves reliability of work. Reducing the load on the data network is achieved through the access of individual groups of users through an intermediate GIS Server, which caches the requests and performs automatic data replication.

GIS Server provides work with spatial databases managed by PostgreSQL and Oracle databases with access to data in accordance with OGC 06-103r4 standard: "OpenGISВ® Implementation Standard for Geographic information - Part 1: Common architecture".

The new version of the program is available for download on the Download page.

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