Strayos allows users to export the Drill plan in Custom coordinates with specified EPSG.
Drill plan exports are available in following file format:
By default, the Drill plan is shown in LatLon (EPSG:4326) and the associated files LandXML, PDF and CSV will be exported in default Coordinate System / EPSG code(4326)
Strayos provides three options for exporting Drill plan. They are
- UTM / Dataset Global Projection (WGS84 UTM with corresponding zone)
- Custom EPSG
If User selects 1 or 2, then the Drill plan will be exported in corresponding coordinate system.
If User wants to export the Drill plan in some other EPSG / coordinate system, then Custom EPSG is an option.
Click on the dropdown LatLon which will allow you to see the other options as shown in below screenshot:
Select the Custom EPSG option from the dropdown as shown above. It’ll prompt you another screen to enter custom EPSG code.
Input your EPSG code, Strayos will validate your EPSG code.
Format of EPSG code: We mentioned the format of the EPSG in the input placeholder i.e., EPSG:XXXX.
If your EPSG code is 3857. Submit that as EPSG:3857
If your code is invalid, Strayos will not allow you to export the Drill plan and it’ll throw an error message as below:
In above case, please correct your EPSG code or contact Strayos support who can help you find correct EPSG code. Upon, successful correction of your code, the SUBMIT button will get enabled and allow you to submit your EPSG code.
Click on SUBMIT button and you’ll be able to see your custom EPSG code as below:
Along with that, the Drill plan table details will also get transformed to your selected custom EPSG code. And, also other files like LandXML, PDF or CSV can get exported with custom EPSG.