This the process GIS process of geographical data conversion from one format to another. This usualy is because the system has been replaced or has been updated, hence the need to alter and transfer data to the format it can be read and interprated by the system.
Cross transfer from different application can be hectic due to incompatibility information formarts. It is our drive to help you with handling such data conversion and transfer process.
Vector Data file formats in GIS
Line, Polygon, Point, Shapefile, ArcInfo, ArcSDE, DLG, GeoJSON, AutoCAD DXF, KML, TIGER, GML, OSM, SpatialLite, SVG, SOSI, MapInfo TAB
Raster data file format lists in GIS
Graphic Interchange Format (GIF), Portable Network Graphics (PNG), Digital raster graphic(DRG), oint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG), Digital Elevation Model (DEM), ArcInfo Grid, MAP, Compressed ARC Digitized Raster Graphics (CADRG), BSB, Terragen terrain, Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM), Integrated Software for Imagers and Spectrometers (ISIS), High Resolution Elevation (HRE), Extensible N-Dimensional Data Format(NDF), Hierarchical Data Format (HDF) 4, Golden Software Grid (.grd), ENVI Header, File geodatabase, Digital Geographic Information Exchange Standard (DIGEST), Controlled Image Base (CIB), Tagged Image File Formats (TIFF), Enhanced Compressed Wavelet (ECW), Raster Product Format (RPF), Network Common Data Form (netCDF), Multi-resolution Seamless Image Database (MrSID),
Convert bulk ammount of data from any format be it:
– Convert Kml to Geojson
– Convert KMZ to KML
– KML to DXF Conversion
– Shapefile to KML
– Convert Shapefile to Geojson
– Shapefile to SQlite
– TAB to KML
– KML to Shapefile
– Shapefile to CSV conversion
– KMZ to GPX
– GeoTIFF to AAIGrid
– CSV to KML
– KMZ to KML
– GRIB file in Geotiff
– KMZ to DXF
– NetCDF to Geotiff
– GeoJSON to GML
– KML to TopoJSON
– KML to GML
– Shapefile – Shp to ODS
– Shapefile to TopoJSON
– SHP to Tiff
GIS Data Conversion
Our GIS program support many types of data conversion, such as: Vector to Vector, Raster to Raster, Vector to Raster and Raster to Vecto. Our data conversion methods ensure:
- Data is converted into an appropriate format and is transferred correctly
- Data works in the new destination database
- Data retains it’s quality and data consistency is maintained at all times across all the systems.
There are many data file formats used in GIS, we handle and help you manage most of these extensions and their file types :
|.SHP is the feature geometry|
.SHX is the shape index postion
.DBF is the attribute data
Object Notation (GeoJSON)
|Google Keyhole Markup Language (KML/KMZ)||.KML|
|Used by Google Maps, KML stands for Keyhole Markup Language. KMZ is the Zipped format of KML.|
|GPS eXchange Format (GPX)||.GPX||GPS Exchange format is an XML schema that describes waypoints, tracks and routes captured from a GPS receiver|
|Geography Markup Language (GML)||.GML||GML allows for the use of geographic coordinates extension of XML (eXtensible Markup Language)|
|VCT formats are limited to points, lines, polygons, text, and photos, The documetation file format of .VCT is .VDC.|
|.TAB files are ASCII format that link the associated ID, DAT, MAP and IND files.|
.DAT files contain the tabular data associated as a dBase DBF file.
.ID files are index files that link graphical objects to database information.
.MAP files are the map objects that store geographic information.
.IND files are index files for the tabular data.
|OpenStreetMap OSM XML||.OSM||OSM files are the native file for OpenStreetMap|
|Digital Line Graph (DLG)||.DLG||Digital Line Graph (DLG) files are vector in nature that were generated on traditional paper topographic maps|