Release Notes – Infrakit Office – Version 3.2.2-7
[IN-411] – Map page – Linecode logpoints should be grouped by date (not timestamp)
[IN-423] – Fix tablet login when latest chat messages query has been saved into request cache
[IN-325] – MML Ortophoto map tiles in Finland
[IN-390] – Automatically calculate incoming logpoint distance to nearest alignment
[IN-410] – Find incoming logpoint alignment automatically
[IN-414] – Create png map tiles (/gmaps.png)
[IN-418] – Allow Mass Calculation Table distance and rows to be defined per project
[IN-422] – Change Organization.country to a set of valid countries
Release Notes – Infrakit Office – Version 3.2.2-6
[IN-383] – MachinePage->Calibration tab: not possible to add decimals
[IN-385] – long section alignment line is calculated from break lines resulting in an inaccurate alignment graph
[IN-387] – After deleting logpoints, the logpoints list is not automatically refreshed. The list refreshes and logpoints disappear only after manually clicking the folder containing the points.
[IN-392] – Admin edit organization selects the wrong parent organization by default
[IN-397] – Remove project.vehicles entity mapping to prevent circular Hibernate update chains.
[IN-398] – Changing vehicle models crashes if vehicle has been assigned a deleted model
[IN-401] – Inframodel xml profile sometimes starts from wrong station
[IN-323] – Map page images – thumbnails multiple selection
[IN-365] – Maps page – Add close button to data properties windows
[IN-386] – long section graph should have controls to adjust yScale
[IN-402] – Add more visible highlight coloring on the selected item on map page left tab menu..
[IN-403] – TCC integration – Upload lone svl as a model file
[IN-404] – Topcon integration – Convert line data to ln3
[IN-407] – Reduce unauthenticated user session timeout to 5 minutes
[IN-408] – Run UserLog save in a single thread
What would it mean to your infra-projects if the staff, machinery and software all shared a mutual, easy-to-use map-based cloud platform? You would always have access to up-to-date situational information. You could utilize the information no matter if you’re working on your laptop or Android device. You could also easily add to the project information with geo-and design-referenced images, measurements, documents and comments.
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There is a lot going on in Netherlands at the moment. First of all, we have an agreement with a company called Digital Infra Solutions who will be our reseller and service provider. This company has experienced people from different aspects in the infra market and can help you very well with all issues related to digital infra-construction.
With the great help of Digital Infra Solutions new projects will be using Infrakit and the first one is Combinatie Herepoort in Groningen. This is a 4-year project where a ring road will be transformed in a high way ring road. The existing road is a cause of traffic congestion, because there is a lot of traffic and most of it is on same level, so there is a lot of traffic controlled by traffic lights. This road is on +6m level.
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Release Notes – Version 3.2.2-5
[IN-388] – Admin Organizations page list headers are in wrong order
[IN-389] – mobile.infrakit.com sometimes uses Infrakit Office active project
[IN-391] – Separate files can have same versionGroup if multiple people upload files at same time
Release Notes – Version 3.2.2-4
[IN-354] – DWG to DXF converter might get stuck
[IN-356] – Fix the case where vehicle vendor id might be 0
[IN-359] – Show vehicle station when vehicle is outside the main alignment
[IN-367] – Inframodel pipe height is wrong if pipe elevType=”crown level”
[IN-371] – Point source filename is not always shown
[IN-373] – Sitelink integration – Fix file sync when only some of the vehicles in a project have new models
[IN-246] – Draw long-section page
[IN-351] – Show logpoint pointname in logpoints page
[IN-357] – Change ConX integration url to conx.leica-geosystems.com
[IN-358] – Calculate file size and md5 when receiving the file from user
[IN-361] – Clicking a notification pans and zooms to the area on map where the notification happened
[IN-368] – Translate Infrakit to Estonian
[IN-369] – Add Swedish geoid swen08 rh70
[IN-370] – Also create directories without any files when uploading zip file
[IN-374] – Vehicles page – Add link to admin edit vehicle if user is admin
Infrakit Office cross section pan & zoom is now live. Also bugs fixed.
- [IN-276] – New maps page – Free cross section tool should always be available
- [IN-292] – Integration logins sometimes not visible in the admin edit project page
- [IN-298] – Free cross section draw view is limited by the station location in y-direction sometimes resulting in an empty cross section canvas.
- [IN-300] – Cross section screen models, logpoints and pipes check boxes are not saved properly
- [IN-301] – Web cross section logpoint checkboxes are horizontally miss aligned with mouse click
- [IN-318] – When opening cross section graph, pan graphs in y-direction so that alignment/station is always visible.
- [IN-320] – Approval edit does not work
- [IN-321] – Project code list not initialized on map initialize
- [IN-322] – Fix Icon Telematics logpoint reference model matching
- [IN-242] – Web cross section pan & zoom
- [IN-256] – Cross section show/hide pipes
- [IN-284] – Remove alignment id requirement from free cross section
- [IN-312] – Change cross section graphs canvas size to scale with the window size.
- [IN-313] – Add model’s file name to graphs, pipes and logpoints hower tool tips in cross section view
Previous release notes: Version 3.2.0 & new map page
Meet the team:
Our manpower in Belgrade peaked with maximum count of five members in early-2016, while it’s currently stable with three coders.
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Last night (20.3.), Infrakit was updated to version 3.2.0.
In this update, we have completely reworked the main map page based on your feedback. Old map page is still available if you need it, but we are confident that the new and improved page will be a lot more versatile and easy to use for your needs. New features include, for example, improved management of photos and as-built points directly on the map page, among numerous others. Also some bug fixes and other features were done. You can find the complete list of changes below.
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Activities in Serbia
Developers from Serbia had a noticeable part in building the Infrakit brand since the early beginnings of the company. We will fill this blog post with a triptych of subjects regarding our Belgrade office.
Marketing and educational activities in Serbia took their peak in the year of 2016. The Finnish embassy was kind enough to let us make use of the residence space to gather the creme of the Serbian civil engineering community. Invitations were sent out and in our attendance we had ministers of the state, representatives of the domestic and foreign construction companies, surveyors, members of the chamber of engineers, academics. The topic was presentation of the future technologies in the Civil Engineering, which, as you know, Infrakit is a forerunner in. We wish to thank His Excellency Mr. Pertti Ikonen and his team one more time, and also Mr. Nenad Tepavac who was our sales manager in that period. Read about the event from here.
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As mentioned before DCS Finland Oy has founded new companies in Norway and in the Netherlands. During the last 2 years we have seen that the market for the Infrakit Cloud in both countries is waiting for this solution.
Fun fact: With 139,000 km of public roads, the Netherlands has one of the most dense road networks in the world – much denser than Germany and France, but still not as dense as Belgium. Dutch roads include at least 3,530 km of motorways and expressways, and with a motorway density of 64 kilometres per 1,000 km², the country also has one of the densest motorway networks in the world. (Source: Wikipedia)
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