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Enable Geocoordinates in a Project

Enable Geocoordinates in a Project


What are Geocoordinates?

CupixWorks provides the ability to georeference your project. This means that you can associate internal coordinates from a digital map, BIM model, or orthomosaic image with specific physical locations on the Earth.

These physical locations are called geographic coordinates, or geocoordinates for short.

Why use Geocoordinates?

If your project requires higher location accuracy and coordination, you can leverage:

  • Survey data
  • GPS data from drones
  • GCPs (ground control points)

What Types of Data can be Georeferenced in a Project?

You can enable geocoordinates for the following data types:

  • Reference Plan
  • Drone orthomosaic image
  • Drone pano
  • BIM
  • Reality Capture - point clouds and mesh files

How do I enable Geocoordinates in a Project?

  1. In Project Setup, click on the Configure button.
  2. Toggle on the Use Project Origin Coordinates setting and enter the following information:
    • Address - enter the location of the project, if different from the original entry.
    • WGS 84 (Lat & Lon) - enter the latitude, longitude, bearing, and altitude of the location (optional).
    • Spatial Reference System - enter the EPSG code of the location (optional). 
  3. Click on Save. Your geocoordinates are now available across the entire project. You can view the settings changed at the bottom of the screen: 

If you have any questions about using geocoordinates, please contact your Cupix CSM.

Matt is the author of this solution article.

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