Projects are the feature on GeoNadir that allows you to store and save your work. This includes annotations and layers that you can come back to between sessions on the platform.
Projects allow you to quickly and easily analyze drone mapping datasets. You can:
Collaborate in real time with your colleagues and clients
Add datasets (orthomosaic, DSM, DTM) of your own or backfill from the FAIR Geo global map
Import / export vectors
Change the style of the vector layers (color and transparency)
Change the transparency of an orthomosaic, DSM, DTM to 'see through' to other layers
Easily see the location of points, length of the lines, and area of the polygons
Uploading new dataset into to a project
Open a project
Drag and drop your raw drone mapping jpg files (or folders of data) to commence the upload and processing sequence. Learn more about the upload workflow here.
Adding extra datasets to your project
Go to My Geo or FAIR Geo (depending on whose datasets you were wanting to use in your project).
Find the dataset you would like to store and open the dataset details.
From the dataset details page click add to project.
Select the project to which you would like to add the data, or create a new project.
Your project should now be populated with the dataset you selected.
Annotating your data
Inside your project, you can create new layers using points, lines, and polygons to annotate your datasets. Each layer type will contain the following attributes:
Points - latitude and longitude
Lines - length
Polygons - area
Line layers will also have the total length of all lines within the layer displayed. Polygon layers will have the total area of all polygons within the layer displayed.
You can change the colour, size, and transparency of layers by clicking on the layer symbol in the contents listing.
You can invite your colleagues and clients to view and comment on your projects.
Add the email/s of the people you would like to collaborate with
Select their access level to view or comment
Your colleagues will then receive an email to join your project.
You can also copy the URL directly from your browser window, or click to copy the link in the invite pop up window. Then all you need to do is send that link to your colleagues.