Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Our new ikeOS 4.3.5 introduces automatic KML file creation - so now you get three data formats every time you capture a point with our ikeCapture software.
It's typically easy! As usual, aim your ikeGPS at the object you wish to capture the image & location of. Ensure the cross-hairs are correctly positioned and press "Capture". Instantly the image is captured, and the target location is computed. Then all the data is saved to:
1.) the EXIF header on the JPEG (with or without cross-hairs)
2.) the CSV table
3.) the KML file
ikeOS 4.3.5 also introduces a new format for the CSV table which makes direct importing data into ESRI ArcMap painless! The file headers have been updated to be completely compliant with ArcMap requirements, making the complete process of capturing, storing and uploading of remote positional data quite painless!
Lastly, ikeOS 4.3.5 has a more extensive self-diagnostic utility (called ikeDiagnostics) allowing the user can see complete performance measures across the ikeGPS instruments.
Contact our super support guys for more info here!
Posted by Terry Ross at 6:31 PM