1. Adding reality capture data to Infrakit works in similar fashion to how all files are uploaded. In files page you can drag the file to folder or choose from the top left corner "click upload" and choose the file. Files up to 5GB are supported.

  2. After the file has been uploaded, you can double click the file to see the processing status

  3. After the file has been processed, the layer will be added automatically to Infrakit. This may take up to couple hours depending on the file size. However, typical files smaller than 2GB should go through in less than 15 minutes.

  4. For orthomosaic data sets, If you would like to open the map layer in third party applications you can double click the file and copy the XYZ or WMTS link. For data security reasons, the links are authenticated and therefore the feature is supported only on platforms that support authentication on WMTS or XYZ links. You must give your Infrakit credentials to the third party application.

Troubleshooting tips

  • Supported orthomosaic file formats are: .tif, .tiff, and .jp2 with localization in the file
  • Supported point cloud files are: .las and .laz for up to 40 Million points per data set
  • Separate to world files (tiff+tfw or jpg+tfw) are not currently supported
  • Infrakit prioritizes coordinate system of the file over project localization settings
  • If the processing of orthomosaic fails for corrupted localization data, you can use QGIS to open the file. If QGIS does not recognize the coordinate system you can "specify the coordinate system" → "save the file again using QGIS" → "re-upload the file to Infrakit"
  • To change localization of point cloud file, software products like Cloud Compare can be used