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  1. Locus Map Pro - Outdoor GPS 3.14.2 Locus Map Pro offers all features above a wide selection of maps: Online maps - US - USGS, OpenStreetMaps, MapQuest… - Europe - IGN (France), Outdooractive (Germany, Austria - coming soon), Ordnance Survey Opendata (UK), Kapsi.fi (Finland), Turistautak (Hungary), SHOCart (Czech and Slovak rep.), Osmapa.pl, (Poland), Skoterleder (Sweden), Map1.eu (Europe), Swiss Topo … - other parts of the World - Visicom (Asia), Freemap, GSI maps (Japan), SledMap (World), Navigasi (Indonesia), Turaterkep, NzTopoMaps (New Zealand), ChartBundle (United States) and others - support of WMS sources - meteorological maps, NASA maps, cadastral maps… Most of the online maps can be downloaded to offline for free or for reasonable price. Offline maps - whole World vector Locus Maps for hiking, cycling, skiing, road or city use - downloadable for a symbolic fee directly in-app - Switzerland - famous SwissTopo maps - Germany, Austria - Outdooractive (coming soon) - support of SQLite, TAR, MBT, GEMF, Orux or RMAP formats - support of own OpenStreetMap data or custom map themes Locus Map's functions that you may find useful on your trips: Search - of addresses, coordinates or phone contacts - Google Places and Wikipedia for local places Points of interest (POI) & Tracks - create your own points and plan your trip routes directly in your mobile - import points and routes from the Internet - many options of sorting and ordering points&tracks - export your points and tracks to a file or to a web service (Strava, Runkeeper, GPSies…) - notifications of coming points or leaving tracks… Geocaching - download geocaches to your mobile by the Geocaching4Locus add-on - let Locus Map navigate you to them with map and compass - log your findings directly in the field - support of waypoints, PocketQuery, trackables, spoilers and other features Track recording - record your bike trips, rides with your family or run workouts - enjoy audio-coach commented workouts - support of external bluetooth and ANT+ sensors Turn-by-turn navigation and guidance - use Locus Map Pro as your car navigation - let yourself be guided to a point (on map or by compass) or along a route Cycling computer - set display of measured values as you need - the digits display right above the map, you don't have to switch between apps - with support of external sensors you can comfortably monitor your heart rate and pedaling cadence Import/export - import points and routes from the Internet or other software, Locus Map supports a wide range of formats (KML, KMZ, GPX…) - export your workouts to webservers like Strava, Runkeeper, GPSies, Google Earth etc… GPS - smart GPS system saving your battery life - skyplot displaying actual satellite situation above your head - GPS status notifications - support of external GPS Parking - you don't have to look for your car in the middle of a crowded mall parking anymore, Locus Map will find it for you
  2. You can use Locus GIS See link below: http://www.locusmap.eu/locus-gis-android-gis-application/
  3. Commercial solution: http://www.virtuelcity.com/en/3d-software-and-services/3d-gis-rcp-manager
  4. The best way is following: 1. Install Bentley map 2. Install FME Desktop 32 bit version https://www.safe.com/solutions/for-applications/bentley/bentley-map/3. You have to learn some FME features (for example dgn styler....) for example https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XW-ga2HVkQ0 You can create two-way own applications ! Good luck
  5. Avenza Geographic Imager can work with 4 bands. I don´t know another software(4bands) . It is plugin into the Photoshop.
  6. You will try Microstation and mdl application Terrascan. Terrascan:www.terrasolid.com
  7. Arto, Register in the site http://www.ecognition.com/community Sign in. Use this link below http://community.ecognition.com/home/TemplateMatchingDemos.zip/view?searchterm=template%20matching 7 demo projects which give you an introduction to the new template matching feature in eCognition 9.0.
  8. Maybe this software resolve your problem.
  9. Rasterio employs GDAL under the hood for file I/O and raster formatting. Its functions typically accept and return Numpy ndarrays. Rasterio is designed to make working with geospatial raster data more productive and more fun. https://pypi.python.org/pypi/rasterio/0.16
  10. GIPPY is made up of python bindings to a C++ library called GIPS. GIPS is built on top of GDAL and an image processing template library called CImg. GIPPY provides a similar, yet simpler interface than GDAL for opening, creating, and reading geospatial raster files. Convenience functions have been added to make common tasks achievable with fewer lines of code. Most notably GIPPY adds image processing functionality on top of GDAL for easier automation of processing functions. The main objects in the GIPPY library are the GeoRaster, which is a single raster band, and a GeoImage, which is a collection of GeoRaster objects (possibly from different files). GeoImage and GeoRaster objects support various processing operations (e.g., +, -, log, abs) that can be chained together and saved as a processing chain. The processing does not actually occur until the file is read (frequently followed by a write to a new file). Reading may also occur in chunks, thereby facilitating the processing of very large file. https://github.com/matthewhanson/gippy
  11. Mr. roycastanares You can use some workflows, for example: 1. Automatic surfacing http://www.geomagic.com/en/community/videos/geomagic-studio-2013-automatic-surfacing/ 2. Exact surfacing http://www.geomagic.com/en/community/videos/geomagic-studio-12-exact-surfaces/ 3. Other approach is followed: a. You have to create mesh b. You can use repotology techniques, for example: http://3d-coat.com/retopology/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cpVCvgvzR_I http://matt-clark.co.uk/wrapit/spe.php?o=177
  12. Maybe you looking for Meshlab. Meshlab is able to save many pointcloud formats to the "dxf". http://meshlab.sourceforge.net/
  13. Maybe you looking for this application: http://sscweb.gsfc.nasa.gov/tipsod/
  14. Mr. roycastanares Maybe you looking for this solution below: http://www.kubit-software.com/CAD/Products/PointSense/3D_Laser_Scanner_Building.php or http://www.clearedge3d.com/products/edgewise-building/
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