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Hi everyone, I was forced to insert google (or equivalent) maps in a project and, for some time, I used Mohammad Garousi version (that I found the most complete version freely available on the web). It uses the GMap.NET dlls. After some time I noticed a recurring random issue at dll level, after which a red cross appears in the .net container without any chance to correct or avoid the error. After some time I decided to create a new map container that might solve the issue. I decided to use a picture instead of the .net container. I was able to add new functions too, like creating a route, customize its behavior (such as changing the route color to spectrum), or add another image moving with map position or zoom change and so over. The result is attached below. This is a full-working example that can be studied or modified at will, but still a demo and not a library or final release. User can move map dragging it inside the picture, can zoom with the slider and so on. Coordinates and cursor positions are updated live any time the cursor is in the picture area. You can draw a route enabling the draw button. Remember to set it off when drawing is over. You can add a third party image (the default one is a drone image) in the picture 0,0 position. You can easily customize the default position acting on the block diagram code. Any time you set the image button to on, the image will be placed to the 0,0 position, recalculating its latitude-longitude coordinates. You can dynamically change map representation, route color or zoom. I hope this example can be useful for those who need a more stable GIS representation. If any issues are discovered, please contact me. Bye Flavio LabGIS.rar
203 downloadsThis is a package containing LabVIEW bindings to the library ShapeLib for working with shapefiles. The DLL as of version 1.3.0 is included in the package. This DLL is compiled with Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Express, so you need the corresponding runtime. But chances are you already have it because other programs on your computer need it, too. So just give it a try. The library is thread safe, but the objects are not. E.g. you can open two different files in different threads, but you can not operate on the same file from two different threads at the same time. As of the moment the DLL is 32bit only.