With WebOffice 10.9 SP1 it is possible to use special panoramas, which are recorded in course of an inspection. The following paragraphs will describe the use and appearance of such panoramas within the WebOffice core client.

 

Note: Please consider, that this feature is currently only available in a Beta version. Due to the fact that a special data model is used for the use and appearance of such panorama images within the WebOffice core client, this feature has to be considered in a project context. If you are interested in the use panoramas in WebOffice 10.9 SP1, which are recorded in the course of an inspection, please contact the WebOffice Support Team.

 

Panoramas

The panoramas of an inspection are also linked with a special search result. When you identify or select the appropriate symbology of a panorama image in your map window, a button appears on the left side of the search result (like the buttons for the integration of external applications).

 

 

Open an inspection panorama via a search result

Open an inspection panorama via a search result

 

After clicking the appropriate button, a new window appears which shows the respective panorama images. There you also have a special menu for your interactions:

1 - Horizontal Slider: With this slider it is possible to pan horizontally.

2 - Previous Image: By using this button, you are able to switch to the previous image.

3 - Next Image: By using this button, you are able to switch to the next image.

4 - Switch to video: With this button it is possible to switch to the appropriate video at this point. After clicking this button, the respective menu for the video will be available.

5 - Vertical Slider: With this slider it is possible to pan vertically.

 

Window for watching the inspection panoramas

Window for watching the inspection panoramas

 

 

With WebOffice 10.9 SP1 it is also possible to link a certain object in the map with the nearest panorama image. In this case, the appropriate panorama image can also be opened via the search result. Therefor, you have to identify or select a special object in the map, which is linked with a panorama. After clicking the appropriate button in the search result, a new window appears which shows the identified / selected object in the map on the panorama image:

 

Objects linked with panorama images

Objects linked with panorama images