Custom modules

Network services

General tools

Measurement tools
Drawing tools

Geometry tools

Functions common to different types of geometry

Functions for the polygon layer

Functions for the line layer

Functions for a point layer

Analytical tools

Operations on columns

Operations on objects

Operations on one record

Attribute table

Layer and group properties

Project properties



We use the georeference module when it is necessary to fit the raster into a dimensional map space with a specific coordinate system. When we find ourselves in the project, we can add layers to it, such as: plot boundaries or orthophotomap with which when performing the georeferencing process, as well as for the final check if the operation was successful and the raster properly fit into the space.

Public consultation

Public consultations are a way of obtaining opinions, positions, proposals, etc. from institutions and people who will in some way be affected – directly or indirectly – by the effects of actions proposed by the administration. and based on the authorities not taking optimal decisions in public matters. In the times of COVID, where direct contact is limited, public consultations can be safely conducted online. You can apply without leaving your home. This makes it possible for people who work and live far away to participate in consultations. The office provides an e-service. Thanks to this form of consultation, the processes of social participation are stimulated in the commune.

Linking additional information to spatial data

Attaching additional information to spatial data, e.g. an excerpt for local spatial development plans. For an object located on a map, we can attach text files containing additional information. In the tutorial, it was shown how to configure additional information for a spatial object on the example of an excerpt from the local spatial development plan, and then we will show how each user will be able to download information about a selected object on the example of a plot of land.

Trimming the raster to the mask

Trim to mask. Using a mask, i.e. a vector layer, we crop the raster layer. After the operation, we get a raster layer the size of our mask