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|Title:||The TeleEngineering Toolkit software reference manual|
|Authors:||Geotechnical and Structures Laboratory (U.S.)|
Jorgeson, Jeffrey D.
Berry, Woodman W.
Taylor, Rhonda D.
Fairley, Sandra K.
Jackson, Jill M.
Williamson, Jeff L.
Webb, Benjamin T.
Route reconnaissance data
|Publisher:||Coastal and Hydraulics Laboratory (U.S.)|
Engineer Research and Development Center (U.S.)
|Series/Report no.:||ERDC TR ; 07-7.|
Abstract: The TeleEngineering Toolkit software was developed to provide a mechanism by which deployed engineers could view and analyze geospatial data, collect and display data required for engineering analyses conducted by subject matter experts via reachback, track previously conducted analyses, organize requests for information, maintain interoperability with other software used by deployed personnel, and provide requestors a more efficient means to display analyses provided by subject matter experts. The capabilities of the TeleEngineering Toolkit include tools to display and analyze many types of geospatial data (maps, imagery, and various other raster and vector data), manage documents in a geospatial environment, create and share annotations, plot data points, import and export vector data in several common formats, and process and view reconnaissance data. This document provides a detailed reference to the TeleEngineering Toolkit software including installation of the software, working with geospatial data and the Data Depot format, creating and working with Projects and viewing maps and imagery, using all of the menus and toolbars, using the various Project components, importing and exporting data, and working with data collected from the Automated Route Reconnaissance Kit. Complete descriptions of all of the software functions, example applications, and images of the interface to support understanding of the software are included.
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