Sputnik GIS is efficient software, designed for professional surveyors, engineers and urban planers to get the best from aerial surveys. System supports common data sources like: vector and raster maps, point clouds, 3D models, tiled 3D models, photos captured by drone , etc.
Software used in such industries as: construction management, monitoring and inspection, mining, urban planning, oil and gas, emergency management.
Measure shortest distances and distances by surface. Calculate areas on plane or on surface.
Calculate stock an pile volumes from automatically generated reference surface or from given level.
Calculate volume difference between two elevation models. Detect zone of changes between two elevation models.
Calculate contour lines, export results as *.dxf or *.shp.
Convert raster elevation map to TIN, export result to *.dxf.
Generate sections, cross sections and section comparing. Analyze elevation dynamics. Export results to *.csv or *.dxf
Model daylight conditions for given location at given time.
Model observation points from given locations.
Model visibility area from given point. Analyze observations areas and blind areas. Export results as *.geotiff.
Mask parts of *.tls model to analyze the situation. Export part of *tls model in *.obj, *.3ds or *.dae to share it.
Make high resolution screenshots
Animate moving of 3D models with tracks
Create animated tours for your presentations. Combine it with animated tracks and render high resolution animated videos.
Spuntik GIS video tutorial - Calculating contours and triangulation
Spuntik GIS video tutorial - Detecting changes
Spuntik GIS video tutorial - Area and volume calculation
Spuntik GIS video tutorial - Exporting part of.tls model
Spuntik GIS video tutorial - Adding attrubute data to .tls model
Spuntik GIS video tutorial - Linear measurements
Spuntik GIS video tutorial - Creating reference surface
Spuntik GIS video tutorial - Calculating sections
Spuntik GIS video tutorial - Creating slope map
Spuntik GIS video tutorial - Basic operations with .tls model