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Elshayal Smart GIS 23.02

Working with raster images is made possible by the little software package known as Smart GIS. Users that expertise in GIS can manage it.

If you are already familiar with tools of a similar kind, you shouldn’t have any trouble learning the application’s functionality because of the interface’s simplicity and intuitiveness.
Standard features like zoom, pan, box selection, identify, hyperlink, and measure are included with Smart GIS.
New layers that concentrate on points, polylines, polygons, multiple points, as well as combinations of these elements, can be made. The image can be automatically balanced, you can access a custom-scaled layer in Google Earth, check the borders of the layer, and you can change the layer data table.

Additionally, you may rotate or scale the picture, identify things by data, split polygons or polylines, merge numerous parts into a single one, change 3D viewing mode, compute the area and volume of the form, insert and snap vertexes, rotate and scale the image, and more.

Keyboard shortcuts are supported, and Smart GIS operates with minimal to moderate CPU and system memory demands. During our testing, no error dialogs have appeared, and the software has not frozen or crashed. Smart GIS is generally intended for experienced users due to the integration of various complex capabilities.

Keyboard shortcuts are supported, and Smart GIS operates with minimal to moderate CPU and system memory demands. During our testing, no error dialogs have appeared, and the software has not frozen or crashed. Smart GIS is generally intended for experienced users due to the integration of various complex capabilities.

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