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From March 27 to March 29, 2019, in Tashkent a seminar was held
Representatives of the leading Russian companies working in the fields of geodesy and cartography took part in the international seminar. Specialists of KB "Panorama" made presentations and conducted master classes. Technologies for creating and updating digital topographic maps based on data from unmanned aerial vehicles using the
Representatives of Russian companies demonstrated to Uzbek specialists the latest technologies for using remote sensing data obtained from unmanned aerial vehicles to create accurate cartographic materials. During the dialogue, participants discussed the practical and economic aspects of the operation of UAVs and the processing of survey results.
The practical part of the seminar was held in Okhangaron District of Tashkent region, where UAV flights were carried out and aerial photography was performed. Photogrammetric processing of the obtained materials was carried out with the help of
A scientific-practical conference
The report of the Deputy General Director of KB "Panorama" Demidenko Albert Gennadievich presents the possibilities of software technologies for automating the processes of collecting, storing and publishing spatial information in the context of the wide use of geoservices. The updated technology of automated generalization of topographic maps is adapted for application of the data placed on the
Possibilities of processing and the analysis of three-dimensional terrain models are expanded. To maintain the base of three-dimensional models, tools for importing 3D data from PHOTOMOD, Geoscan and others programs have been developed. Visualisation of three-dimensional views in the
Placing digital maps, materials of remote sensing the Earth, elevation matrixes, spatial objects and three-dimensional models in the Databank is an effective tool of providing geodata for territorial administration, designing and building planning. The use of a geo-cover base solves the problems of limited performance of traditional methods of storing spatial data in a file system, automates the process of updating spatial data and allows you to organize cloud GIS technology.
Specialists of KB "Panorama" prepared a video lesson
For work with subobjects the the "Map Editor" panel is used. A subobject can be created for a polygon or line object. Information on subobjects is presented in the "Metric" bookmark. Using the tools of the "Paste & Cut" and "Delete" panels you can perform the operations of copying and deleting the selected subobject or group of subobjects. Demonstrated actions will help you learn how to “cut” certain areas on the polygon objects, for example, islands on a river or a lake, glades in a forest and others.
You can get acquainted with the educational materials in English in the section
In KB "Panorama" the
Within the framework of a single geoinformation space, the Data Bank of digital maps and remote sensing data realises gathering, storage, search and delivery of the spatial data in exchange formats. The spatial data selected by means of the program can be placed for the multiuser access on the
The new version of the program is available for download on the
In KB "Panorama" the
The speed of performing the search operations by area and crossing objects is increased due to the use of trees. There are accelerated the operations of obtaining the area, perimeter, building zones, overlay operations and others. Increasing the speed is achieved through the formation of temporary maps, necessary for calculations, in RAM. Ability is added for displaying information in an arbitrary projection in GML/JSON files.
GIS WebService SE supports all international standards (OGC WFS, WFS-T, WMS, WMTS, WCS), with the help of which the transmission and display of spatial data is carried out. The program has the ability to issue tiles by any user or local coordinate system. The application is implemented on Windows and Linux platforms, is compatible with Apache, IIS and nginx web servers.
A new version of the program and documentation are available on the website in the