Spatial Manager Desktop is a comprehensive and reliable software solution that was developed to assist you in successfully managing spatial data necessary in planning, infrastructure or construction projects.
Neatly-structured and practical GUI
In terms of appearance, the program is well-organized and accessible, even for less advanced individuals, its tabbed interface enabling you to easily switch between the sections that you need to work with.
The main window of Spatial Manager Desktop displays the workspace, where your map is displayed, while in side panels, you can view the ‘Data Sources’ and the ‘Data Grid’, along with additional details about a selected ‘Feature’.
Effortlessly manage spatial data for various projects
To get things started, you will need to load your SPM file into the application or browse through your system and input the ‘Data Sources’, in the form of various file formats, for instance GPX, KML, SHP, SQLITE or XYZ.
After loading your source files, you can export a selected layer’s features, or separate one layer into several others. Similarly, you can create a new layer, invert the currently selected one or run a ‘Spatial Query’. You can also select the preferred ‘Coordinate System’ as defined in the map, the source or the layers.
Moreover, you can calculate surface areas and radius values of a selected region on your map, while the zoom functions allow you to analyze your map, extensions or layers in detail, either by using the mouse cursor wheel,the context menu options or the corresponding button in Spatial Manager Desktop’s ribbon.
A handy tool for handling spatial data
In conclusion, Spatial Manager Desktop is an advanced and efficient application that can spare you of a lot of wasted time and effort by enabling you to work with all your spatial data from a single location.
Spatial Manager Desktop is a handy application designed to manage spatial data in a simple, fast and inexpensive way.
Developed by a group of professionals working in the areas of GIS, Planning, Infrastructure and Civil Engineering, it provides the user with powerful tools to address the most common tasks of management and operation in the world of spatial information.
Spatial Manager Desktop will calculate geometric transformations of the features in line with the import or export processes, which will depend on the chosen Coordinate Reference System (CRS) for the source and target data.
The user can choose the appropriate CRSs from a complete CRS catalog or from a list including the most recent used CRSs.
Spatial Manager Desktop incorporates the UDS technology to easily connect with spatial database servers, or data stores, and also as the way the user can define the path to a particular spatial data file, including their own connection parameters.
UDSs avoid having to enter a lot of connection parameters, which are not easy to remember, and they are stored inside the user settings to take advantage of them in every application session.
Spatial Manager Desktop tasks are the way the user can save any import or export process and its parameters in order to run repetitive processes for import or export data tables.
The user can execute any task directly from the application or from the operating system command window; this feature also lets the user define powerful batch processes.