Site Info Panel
The Site Info Panel displays the basic information about the site such as the location, the creator's name, and the creation date. The Site Info Panel is also where you can access advanced settings such as units and photogrammetry settings.
2 . Access to Site Info Panel
There are two ways to access the info panel:
- Click on the three dots on the desired Site while you are on the site dashboard.
- Or while viewing a site, click on the 3 dots menu in the top menu.
- For both cases, click on "Show Site Info".
Several settings can be modified on this site info panel. The site's name can be changed, as well as comments and tags.
3.1 Rename the site
Step 1 - Click on the 3 dots near the name of the site, and a menu is displayed.
Step 2 - Enter a new name for the site. Validate by clicking outside the name field or using Enter key on the keyboard.
3.2 Add Comments
Step 1 - Click on the "COMMENTS" section of the Site Info Panel.
Step 2 - Write a comment and click on the send button.
Step 3 - The comment is displayed.
3.3 Add/delete a tag
Step 1 - On the Site Info Panel enter a tag in the field Add a tag.
Step 2 - Use Enter key on the keyboard to validate the tag.
Step 3 - Click on the cross in the tag to delete it.
3.4 Edit Global site CRS
Scroll down in the Site Info Panel to view the Global site CRS section.
Click "EDIT" to edit the global Coordinate Reference Systems (CRS).
3.5 Define Local site CRS
Step 1 - Click on "DEFINE LOCAL CRS" to open the local CRS settings windows.
Step 2 - Consult Local Coordinates about local site CRS.
3.6 Open Site Setting
Step 1 - Click on the "OPEN SITE SETTINGS" to open the site settings windows.
Step 2 - Consult the Site Settings for Mines & Aggregates about the settings (for mines, and aggregates sites only).
Step 1 - Click on the arrow to display the units menu.
Step 2 - Select the unit system.
3.8 Photogrammetry presets
Step 1 - At the bottom of the site info panel, click on the arrow to display the photogrammetry presets menu.
Step 2 - Click on the "Create" button to open the photogrammetry presets window.
Step 3 - See Photogrammetry Engines and Options for more information on photogrammetry options.