Digital topographic maps
Digital topographic map is a standard digital topographical base, which now completely replace the classical / analogue topographic plan in all areas where it is used for designing software for computer aided design (CAD). Spatial data shown at topographic maps are collected at digital photogrammetric workstations (PhotoSoft), processed and exported to the desired CAD (DWG, DXF, DGN, ...) or GIS (SHP, MIF, GML, ...) format in software system MapSoft.
Spatial data acquisition in PhotoSoft environment
Data processing in MapSoft environment
Aerialphotogrammetric method is the optimal method for the production of digital topographic maps of larger areas, particularly in smaller scale. In verification and contrlo process classic field method is very expensive because it implies going out again to the field and repeat the whole process. Every project completed in MapSoft implies a previous analysis of the client needs from which it selects the optimal content, accuracy and format supplied vector data. Approach is to collect only the original data, and the subsequent processing of generating various derivatives of the underlying data. Modern software tools, years of experience in this field and work procedures to ensure customers will be supplied vector data in accordance with the required accuracy, content, theme and topologically correct.