Make sure you know your data before uploading it. TIF format will give a preview of the data location with the correct EPSG-code. Other formats will not have a preview and thus you need to be sure about the EPSG code before uploading. Data must be in a projected coordinate system (e.g. WGS84 is not fine). Check the code here: epsg.io
One of the most common EPSG codes is 3857, Web Mercator that is a world wide projected coordinate system.
You can only upload 1 raster at a time! There is a file limit of 2 for raster that contains the location information separately (e.g. JP2/JPG + JGW or PNG + PGW).
You can always take a new tab and upload at the same time multiple files. You can view multiple files at once with our WMS web service or our automation compilation web service.
How to Upload from Site-view
- Open Site and choose Upload Raster from the site options
- Click on Select Raster (or drag and drop files)
- Enter capture date and raster type, then click Next
- Your data bounds should be visible on a map, if not go to Common problems with raster upload
- Click Upload
- Keep the browser tab open until the upload is complete
- Optional: Keep tab open after the upload is complete to check the processing status. This will take several minutes, depending on your file size.
Note! You can now close the tab if needed! You will get an email once the processing is done. The processing is done in the backend, so closing the browser will not stop the process.
8. Once the processing status is completed, you will be the orthophoto in the map and download data -tab.
Note! DSM and DTM layers are not visualized in the map but are utilized in the volume report -tool.
You will get an email once the processing is finished or an error has occurred. Support will contact you if failure happens.