LuciadCPillar provides support for icon symbols from the MIL-STD 2525b, MIL-STD 2525c, MIL-STD 2525d, APP-6A, APP-6B, APP-6C and APP-6D military standards. These standards define a symbol set that is used to plan and execute military operations in support of Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence (C4I) functions. The MIL-STD 2525 standards were developed by the United States Department of Defense (DOD), while the APP-6 standards were developed by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).
Find out which data types are supported out-of-the-box, and what some of the commonly used terms mean.
OGC GeoPackage is an open, standards-based, platform-independent, portable, self-describing, compact format for transferring geospatial information.
An OGC Web Map Tile Service (WMTS) serves digital maps in the form of predefined image tiles. The OGC WMTS specification standardizes how a WMTS server publishes the available images, as well as how the images are exchanged between a WMTS server and a WMTS client.
LuciadCPillar provides WMTS model API that allows you to connect to a WMTS server and create a LuciadCPillar WMTS data model.
The LuciadCPillar API is fully equipped to handle the geodetic aspect of geospatial data with high accuracy: it covers geodetic and Cartesian coordinate reference systems, geodetic datums, transformations and projections, and so on.
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LuciadCPillar allows you to create and manage vector data models. You can create geometries from scratch, decode vector data into feature models, and query those feature models to retrieve specific data.
Create geometries within LuciadCPillar.
Set up your system so that you can start developing with LuciadCPillar.
LuciadCPillar provides a convenient API toolset for efficiently visualizing features on the map, and styling those features in accordance with your requirements.
LuciadCPillar uses various threads to prepare, process and display data. This way, LuciadCPillar can take advantage of your computer's multiple processor cores, and keep the UI responsive. There are some basic threading rules for LuciadCPillar applications that you can apply to prevent concurrency errors and ensure optimal efficiency.
LuciadCPillar allows you to create and manage elevation data models from GeoPackage files.
The idea behind the MVC design pattern is to separate the data, the representation of the data, and the user interaction from each other. This separation results in a simpler design of the application and a higher flexibility and re-usability of code.
The LuciadCPillar API consists of the following MVC components:
LuciadCPillar allows you to set up a logging framework to generate and handle log messages from its classes.
LuciadCPillar allows you to visualize elevation data on the Map as 3D terrain. Geometries are draped on the terrain by default.