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Using Layers in Digital Asset Mapping

Digital asset mapping is a powerful tool that can provide inspectors with great insights very quickly.

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After processing your 2D orthomap, it will automatically appear in the Fusion Atlas window, allowing you to begin inspecting your assets from anywhere in the world. You will be able to:

  • Rename files to suit your file naming system
  • Group your maps and annotations 
  • Upload more annotations
  • Draw your own in map annotations with title severity and description
  • Hide maps and annotations for better clarity

Renaming files is easy

  • select your file by clicking on the box next to the name
  • add a new name and follow the prompts
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 To group annotations and maps open the layer menu

  • Click on the box next to the map name (you can select numerous maps)
  • once you have chosen all the files, click on the file menu (3 dots)
  • choose and add to the group and follow the prompts
  • Ungrouping is possible by selecting the file menu at the folder name and choose to ungroup
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Additional data can be uploaded, providing more data layers for further insights

To upload your Accepted formats: kmz, kml, geoJSON, gpx, csv, txt (DJI flight logs)

  • scroll to the bottom of the layers menu
  • Click upload and select file to upload
  • choose your files and select upload
  • your file will appear in the layers menu list ready for viewing and grouping

To hide folders or files simply click on the eye icon found next to the file name or the folder name

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Add annotations to your imagery data

  • Click on the annotation icon below the layers icon on the right side of the map
  • select the annotation tool from the annotation menu on the left
  • apply the annotation tool and follow the prompts to add a title, severity and description
  • Save the annotation before moving to your next annotation

Once saved the layer will appear in the layers menu