Breeze Model Custom Sets
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Once a digital elevation model is complete, it can be shared with other users who can request access to your terrain. Share your model’s URL with others using a simple email or other method. Once the access has been approved, you can delete the shared digital elevation model if you wish. You can also delete your own data set directly from the user interface.
Downloading and sharing digital elevation models is super easy. Simply visit Drone’s website to upload your own terrain. After successful upload, you are provided with a unique URL that you can share with other users. Using this URL, they can then request access to your model. When you’re done sharing, you can delete the data and it will no longer be available to others.
Once a terrain is shared, it appears on the main map layer in the user interface, accessible to all users. You can also add terrain layers from all shared digital elevation model to the main map layer.
You can attach your terrain to a parcel grid in the user interface so you can easily see where your terrain is in relation to the rest of the globe. You can also hide the terrain from the base map by placing it on one of the three optional map layers.
What's in my Scene? The number of custom terrains may vary by type of object. For example, a typical subdivision model with tree canals and streets will have about 500 custom terrains. A typical model of a street will have only 1. A typical model of a building will have a few dozen. And a typical model of a park will have only a handful of terrains (maybe only one or two).
The scene also typically has a few hundreds of terrains provided by the map and/or GIS providers, and a few hundred or more tiles from the map tile layer. The scene can also contain thousands of layers of the other data sets, such as elevation models, image files, points, lines, roads, etc.
Creating the data set is the only time that a user needs to open the terrain tab, and that is because the terrain data is needed to create the data set. This is also the only time that the terrain tab is visible.
How do I work with Terrain? No matter how you work with terrains, the workflow is always the same. All terrains (custom or public) are always visible and easy to access using the terrain layer tab in the right-hand menu. From a user experience perspective, all terrains (custom or public) are always available in the scene, just like all map tiles of the map layer.
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