Map layers supported in Scopito

Map layers supported in Scopito

In Scopito you can both consume and export map data.

You can add these type of services and files and display the data on the Scopito map

  1. XYZ (raster tiles)
  2. WFS
  3. PBF
  4. KML Files (points & lines)
  5. GeoJSON (points & lines)

You can export map points in Scopito. This works with filter as well so you can apply a filter for e.g. only severity 4 and 5 corrosion issues and export just those map markers. You can export map data in
  1. CSV (all data including annotations, severity, comments)
  2. KML (Severity levels and positions)
  3. GeoJSON (Severity levels and positions)


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