GIS Constructor allows you to create information systems that interact in a single geoinformation space

01.02.2018

In the KB "Panorama" the GIS Constructor for Qt Designer SE, version 12.2.0, is developed for embedding into the developed control systems of geoinformation components, for support of unified exchange by spatial data, and implementation of a network-centric service-oriented architecture.

The toolkit is adapted to work on a wide range of platforms and supports operating systems such as Astra Linux SE, MSVS, CRTOS Neutrino, Elbrus, Zarya, Ubuntu, Alt Linux, QNX and others. It can be used in computer systems with processors of ARM, Elbrus, PowerPC, Freescale i.MX, NVIDIA Tegra 3, Intel-compatible with x86 and x64 architecture and others.

GIS Constructor for Qt Designer SE provides the ability to create applications that can interact with server solutions (GIS Server, GIS WebService SE, Databank, GIS WebServer SE) in a single geoinformation space. Standard specification and test procedure are developed for simplifying procedure of adaptation of GIS Constructor for Qt Designer SE onto new platforms. To provide comprehensive tests of the performed functions, a set of test cases and test data has been extended.

GIS Constructor is a set of geoinformation components for use in the visual programming environment of Qt Designer, which allows you to develop your own GIS applications. The visualization of the contents of digital maps is made in conventional symbols adopted for topographic, geographical and various special maps. Geoinformation system has ample opportunities for performing calculations, for providing display of spatial data on various graphic devices in standard and user systems of conventional symbols. The main functions can be executed in multithreaded mode. It supports automatic optimization of used memory for processing large amounts of data (tens of gigabytes) on limited resources (hundreds of megabytes).

The new version of the program is available for download in the Download section.


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