Desktop GIS mapping and data editing
The TatukGIS Editor is a professional, general purpose desktop GIS mapping and data editing application with built-in scripting environment for customization and feature extensions. The product natively (without import/export) supports most geospatia
The TatukGIS Editor is a professional, general purpose desktop GIS mapping and data editing application with built-in scripting environment for customization and feature extensions. The product natively (without import/export) supports most geospatial industry vector/image/grid geospatial data formats and most SQL and spatial database layers. Support for WMS, WFS, TMS, WMTS, WebTiles enable streaming maps and data from the internet. Viewing includes robust attribute data grid table that integrates SQL query builder and advanced spatial selection tools.
Support for coordinate systems is state-of-the art, reflecting EPSG codes and OGC WKT definitions. Efficient on-the-fly layer reprojection between 5,000 predefined geographic and projected coordinate systems or any custom defined coordinate system.
The Editor can be used to create, edit, analyze, save, and export map layers to a number of vector, image, grid, and SQL database formats, including advanced spatial databases. Topology builder/corrector features enable systematically clearing geometry errors (overlapping polygons, holes between polygons, missed line intersections, dangling nodes) from vector line and polygon layers.
3D mapping features include 3D vector rendering, DTM model presentation, raster and vector layer draping over DTM, flood simulation, light and shadow control, camera/scene control, volumetric line and points rendering, Z & M value settings, and 3D objects texturing.
The Editor supports all leading database engines (including database-to-layer joining) and leading database layer formats, including advanced spatial databases such as Oracle Spatial, PostGIS, MSSQL Spatial Server, ArcSDE, and others.
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