Extensions to the LandXML schema
A CoordinateSystem contains the parameters for a set of coordinate conversions and coordinate transformations which are typically used together. The CoordinateSystem contains the type of transformation that should be used for the transition from the GeodeticDatum WGS84 to the Local datum, and the parameters for the transformation. It contains also the type of projection and the corresponding parameters as well as some information about Geoid undulations and Country Specifific correntions.
Ellipsoid object describing the reference ellipsoid
semi major axis of the ellipsoid [linearUnit]
flattening of the ellipsoid
1 / f = a / (a-b), where a is the length of the semi-major axis and b the lenght of the semi-minor axis of the ellipsoid
Transformation object describing the datum transformation WGS84 -- Local (parameters are defined in direction WGS to Local)
contains the parameters for a 3D-Helmert 7 parameters transformation
Cartesian X of common point in System A
Cartesian Y of common point in System A
Cartesian Z of common point in System A
Cartesian X of common point in System B
Cartesian Y of common point in System B
Cartesian Z of common point in System B
Residual of Cartesian X
Residual of Cartesian X
Residual of Cartesian X
Projection object describing the map-projection
contains the parameters for the transverse mercator projection
False Easting [linearUnit]
False Northing [linearUnit]
coordinate origin longitude - central meridian
coordinate origin latitude
Zone with value between 90 deg and 1 sec
scale factor at central meridian
contains the parameters for the UTM projection
hemisphere (north or south)
number of UTM zone
contains the parameters for the Lambert projection with scale (one parallel)
False Easting [linearUnit]
False Northing [linearUnit]
coordinate origin longitude - central meridian
coordinate origin latitude
scale factor at central meridian
standard parallel
contains only one parameter which selects the kind of the customized projection
the mathematical method of the projection and its numerical parameters are hard-wired in the program code of the transformation library
contains the parameters for the oblique mercator projection
False Easting [linearUnit]
False Northing [linearUnit]
coordinate origin longitude - central meridian
coordinate origin latitude
azimuth or skew
definition of the angle
scale factor at central meridian
contains the parameters for the Cassini-Soldner projection
False Easting [linearUnit]
False Northing [linearUnit]
coordinate origin longitude - central meridian
coordinate origin latitude
contains the parameters for the Mercator projection
False Easting [linearUnit]
False Northing [linearUnit]
coordinate origin longitude - central meridian
contains the parameters for the Lambert projection without scale (two parallels)
False Easting [linearUnit]
False Northing [linearUnit]
coordinate origin longitude - central meridian
coordinate origin latitude
1st parallel
2nd paralell
contains the parameters for the polar stereographic projection
False Easting [linearUnit]
False Northing [linearUnit]
coordinate origin longitude - central meridian
coordinate origin latitude
scale factor at central meridian
contains the parameters for the rectified skewed orthometric projection
False Easting [linearUnit]
False Northing [linearUnit]
coordinate origin longitude - central meridian
coordinate origin latitude
azimuth or skew
definition of the angle
scale factor at central meridian
rectify by azimuth or skew
contains the parameters for the double stereographic projection
False Easting [linearUnit]
False Northing [linearUnit]
coordinate origin longitude - central meridian
coordinate origin latitude
scale factor at central meridian
Transformation object describing the transformation between "projected grid" and "local grid" (parameters are defined in direction projected grid to local grid)
A "Hybrid3D"-transformation contains itself a position (2D) transformation and a 1D-height transformation
contains the parameters for a 2D-Helmert transformation (2 translations, rotation and scale)
contains the parameters for a 1D-height-transformation (dh = dX*A+dY*B + C)
Cartesian X of common point in System A
Cartesian Y of common point in System A
Cartesian Z of common point in System A
Easting of common point in System B
Northing of common point in System B
Height of common point in System B
Residual of Easting
Residual of Northing
Residual of Height
GeoidModel object describing a file link to a geoid-model-file
geodetic datum for this geoid model
coordinate system that describes the raster for the geoid field file
CSCSModel object (country specific coordinate system) describing a file link to a CSCS-file
describes the coordinate type for the correction vallues
The type of the coordinates system describes, how the coordinate system was computed and what for elements exists, what has beeen defined and what parameters had been determined. At the moment there are 4 different kinds supported:
extension to LandXMl/CgPoint that includes thematical coding informarion and different coordinate triplets
Codes are contained within Code Groups and can be used to describe objects. For example, the Codes Tree, Hedge, Grass may be attached to a Code Group entitled Vegetation.
Each Code may have Attributes attached to it.
A Code consists of the Code Name, an optional Code Description and an optional linework flag.
Attributes are the tertiary building block of a Codelist. Attributes prompt the user to enter information describing a Code. Attributes for the Code Tree could be Species, Diameter and Remark. An Attribute generally consists of Attribute Name and Type and the Attribute Value.
Code name
The Description of a Code may be up to 32 characters long (for example Outstanding Tree). The Description of a Code is optional
Additional information that could be added to the code in order to support functionality in CAD packages
ARGB values of the Alpha, Red, Green and Blue channel; color in hex. for example 0x80FFFF00
Code Groups describe groups of objects, which have a common theme. A Codelist may contain as many or as few Code Groups as you wish. For example, Utilities, Vegetation, Buildings could all be different Code Groups within a Codelist. Each Code Group then has sub-components known as Codes and Attributes
Point codes can have the additional Linework properties. If you select Start Line or Start Area, a line or area will be opened automatically when this code is assigned to a point. The graphical elements for these lines or areas (border and shading style/ color/ width) can be selected additionally for such codes.
Define if some images are linked to the point
A point can be commented via so called "PointAnnotations", which are basically strings. There are 4 annotaions (comments) possible.
Quality of the Coordinates from the source coordinate reference system
Estimated quality of computed position
Estimated plan coordinate quality of computed position
Estimated height coordinate quality of computed position
Reference to: LandXML/CgPoints/@name
Point class that defined where its coordinates had been detemined
Sub cass used to get more details of the selscted point cass
defined the linework role of the point
Flag if point is used for averaging
used for averaging result information
Unique Application Number
Extension to LandXML /Survey
In LandXML only 1 Equipment can exists inside a Survey / but multiple setups. Additional in the hexagon namespace one or more tps corrections can exist.
Reference to: LandXML/Survey/Equipment/InstrumentDetails/@id
Unique ID of tpes correction in the survey - this ID is used inside the hexagon:RawObservations
[linuarUnit] radius of the reference shpere
[linearUnit] distance offset from the central meridian of the local coordinate system
scale factor at the central meridian
[temperatureUnit] Dry temperature in the environment of the instrument
[temperatureUnit] Wet temperature in the environment of the instrument
[pressureUnit] current pressure that prevails in the environment of the instrument
refraction coefficient belonging to this setup
PPM value for the correction of atmosheric effects
PPM value for the correction of the projection distortion
PPM value for the height reduction (reduction to reference ellipsoid)
User entered PPM value
Slope distances in the LandXML Raw observations contain reflector constqant. Horizontal distances are reduces with GeoPPM and athmoPPM.
Point Role
Number of set where observation was taken
Hz Average
Hz Spread
vertical Average
V Spread
Average distance
Distance Spread
Hz Arc Average
Reference to face2 tagrget: LandXML/Survey/ObservationGroup/RawObservation/TargetPoint/@pntRef
statistics are used in point statistics
measurement is used to compute the next MeasureForesight setup point
Reference to: LandXML/Survey/ObservationGroup/RawObservation/TargetPoint/@pntRef
Reference to: hexagon/Survey/TPSCorrection/@uniqueID
"mean-measurement", i. e. a "calculated" measurement with face1- and face2-measurement
Standard additive constant [linearUnit]
contains the setup application results
[linearUnit] calculated - measured horizontal distance
[linearUnit] Backsight height - Targetpoint height
[linearUnit] calculated - measured slope distance for 3D backsight points
height weighting method only available for helmert resection
rotation angle for X-axis
rotation angle for Y-axis
rotation angle for z-axis
origin of rotation for X-coordinate [linearUnit]
origin of rotation for Y-coordinate [linearUnit]
origin of rotation for Z-coordinate [linearUnit]
translation for X between the systems [linearUnit]
translation for Y between the systems [linearUnit]
translation for Z between the systems [linearUnit]
standard deviation of rotation angle for X-axis
standard deviation of rotation angle for Y-axis
standard deviation of rotation angle for z-axis
standard deviation of origin of rotation for X-coordinate [linearUnit]
standard deviation of origin of rotation for Y-coordinate [linearUnit]
standard deviation of origin of rotation for Z-coordinate [linearUnit]
standard deviation of translation for X between the systems [linearUnit]
standard deviation of translation for Y between the systems [linearUnit]
standard deviation of translation for Z between the systems [linearUnit]
Reference to: LandXML/Survey/InstrumentSetup/@id
contains the parameters for a 3D 9 parameters transformation
Bitmap of the Scan
Reference to: hexagon/Survey/TPSCorrection/@uniqueID
reference to TPS Image@UniqueID
Unique ID ofpanorama Image
Reference to: LandXML/Survey/InstrumentSetup/@id
describes the method used to setup the instrument
Reference to: LandXML/CgPoints/@name
true = network solution; false = single base-station solution
IP Address or domain
Port number (e.g. 8080)
Name of Mountpoint
User ID 1
Number of Reference stations used for the solution. For Single base-station solution this is always one. This value can only be determined with MAX (number of auxiliary plus master). For VRS, i-Max and FKP no value is available and therefore no value will be stored in the MDB.
Number of RTK positions for this GNSS position
Velocity ( x = northing, y = easting, z = up )
Linear Velocity Unit
The attitude quaternion is the quaternion of unit norm (uniquely determined up to a sign) which represents the rotation (coordinate transformation on vectors) between the device frame (d) and the local ENU-frame (in formulas: q_d^u d: device frame, u: ENU frame). The Hamilton convention is followed, q = [w, x, y, z].
Angular velocity of the attitude ( x = northing, y = easting, z = up )
Velocity Unit
Vector from the pole tip and the antenna ( x = northing, y = easting, z = up )
[LandXML/linearUnit]
[LandXML/linearUnit]
[LandXML/linearUnit]
angle between up direction ( gravity) and the pole
quality of tilt reading
For static positions only: angle between up direction ( gravity) and the pole
quality of max tilt reading
angle to WGS84 North
quality of tilt direction
direction of the antenna to WGS84 north
quality of the antenna heading direction
Reference to: LandXML/Survey/GPSSetup/GPSPosition/TargetPoint/@pntRef
true is position was tilt compensated
Vertical offset for moving positions - applied for the final elevations [unit of length]
Reference to: LandXML/Survey/GPSSetup/@id
OVC,OAC
Unique ID ofCamera Info
True = auto Focus; False = manual focus
pixel size (in X direction)
pixel size in Y direction divided by pizel size in X direction
chip size width (X direction) for image
chip size height (Y direction) for image
X position of principal point relative to tilting axis center
Y position of principal point relative to tilting axis center
Z position of principal point relative to tilting axis center
horizontal angle of Camera axis relative to TPS axis
zenith distance of Camera axis relative to TPS axis
tilt angle (rotation of camera axis)
first coefficient of Taylor approximation to correct radial distortion
second coefficient of Taylor approximation to correct radial distortion
Reference to: hexagon:.....ChipWindow@uniquie ID
Unique ID of Interior Orientation
X position of principal point in pixel
Y position of principal point in pixel
camera constant (focal length) (X)
X position of cross hair in pixel
Y position of cross hair in pixel
virtual camera constant (focal length) (X)
Unique ID of Chip Window
X position of chip window [pixel]
Y position of chip window [pixel]
Chip window width [pixel]
Chip window height [pixel]
Reference to: LandXML/Survey/Equipment/InstrumentDetails/@id
Longitudinal index error of the compensator
Transversal index error of the compensator
vertical index error
Hz collimation error
tilting axis error
ATR zero point error for the horizontal angle
ATR zero point error for the vertical angle
Horizontal Offset of the On Axes Camera
Vertical Offset of the On Axes Camera
Measure mode used to determine the staff height: "Single", "Mean", "Mean s", "Median" and "rep.Single".
Height reading of the staff
Distance of the current measurement
Standard deviation of a single measurement. Only used if more than one measurement has been taken to calculate the mean or median
Standard deviation of the final mean measurement. Only used if more than one measurement has been taken to calculate the mean or median
Spread = largest measured value - smallest measured value. Only used if more than one measurement has been taken to calculate the mean or median of the final measurement
Number of measurement used to calculate the final mean or median measurement
Temperature inside instrument
Reference to: hexagon/Survey/LevelCorrection/@uniqueID
reading from compass
Flag to say if the observation is reduced
Flag if the reading was from an upside down staff
Continuous number of the current station.
Height coordinate of the fixpoint or target point: Orthometric height above sea level
Sum of all Backsight distances minus sum of all Foresight distances at the moment of recording
Height difference of current setup
Backsight distance plus Foresight distance of the current station
Sum of all Backsight distances plus sum of all Foresight distances at the current station
Backsight distance minus Foresight distance at the current station
Difference between the two Backsight measurements of the current station B1-B2. Only used with the line level method BFFB or aBFFB
Difference between the two Foresight measurements of the current station F1-F2. Only used with the line level methods BFFB or aBFFB
Difference between the two Foresight and two Backsight measurements of the current station.
StationDifference = (B1 - F1) - (B2 - F2) with B1, F1, B2, F2, = staff heights. Only used with the line level methods BFFB or aBFFB
Sum of all previous StationDifferences including the current station. StationDifference = (B1 - F1) - (B2 - F2) with B1, F1, B2, F2, = staff heights. Only used with the line level methods BFFB or aBFFB
Flag that shows that all measurement has been completed on the setup
Continuous number of the current level line
Name of the current level line
Method used to measure the level line, e.g BF, alternate BF, BFFB or aBFFB. The exported string depends on the language used on the instrument
Identification or Name of the first staff. Textstring which can contain numeric and alphanumeric characters
Identification or Name of the second staff. Textstring which can contain numeric and alphanumeric characters
Total height difference between the start and end point of the line.
Sum of all Backsight distances minus sum of all Foresight distances at the moment of recording
Sum of all Backsight distances plus sum of all Foresight distances at the current station
Reference to: LandXML/Survey/Equipment/InstrumentDetails/@id
Unique ID of tpes correction in the survey - this ID is used inside the hexagon:LevelRawObservations
Collimation error currently set in the instrument. Exported as an angle. The Collimation error (a) is the vertical angle between the actual line-of-sight and the ideal horizontal line. It is determined by a level test.
Earth curvature correction on (yes) or off (no). Staff height readings are corrected according to the following formula: E = x2 / (2R), x = measured distance, R = 6378000m (earth radius)
Staff constant[ppm/C]
[temperatureUnit]
Reference to: LandXML/Survey/SurveyHeader/@name
Survey job description line 1
Survey job description line 2
Survey job creator
Total length of time between first and last recorded point. This is measured in Years, months, weeks, days, hours, minutes and seconds.
Codes are contained within Code Groups and can be used to describe objects. For example, the Codes Tree Line, Grass birder may be attached to a Code Group entitled Vegetation.
Each Code may have Attributes attached to it.
A Code consists of the Code Name, color and style information, an optional Code Description and an optional code group.
Attributes are the tertiary building block of a Codelist. Attributes prompt the user to enter information describing a Code. Attributes for the Code Tree could be Species, Diameter and Remark. An Attribute generally consists of Attribute Name and Type and the Attribute Value.
The Description of a Code may be up to 16 characters long (for example Outstanding Tree). The Description of a Code is optional
The Description of a Code may be up to 32 characters long (for example Outstanding Tree). The Description of a Code is optional
ARGB values of the Alpha, Red, Green and Blue channel; color in hex. for example 0x80FFFF00
define the feature syle
Code Groups describe groups of objects, which have a common theme. A Codelist may contain as many or as few Code Groups as you wish. For example, Utilities, Vegetation, Buildings could all be different Code Groups within a Codelist. Each Code Group then has sub-components known as Codes and Attributes
Define if some images are linked to the feature
Reference to: LandXML/PlanFeatures/PlanFeature/CoordGeom/Curve/@oID
Reference to: LandXML/PlanFeatures/PlanFeature/CoordGeom/IrregularLine/@oID
algorithmus used for spline interpolation
Represents a 2D or 3D Mid Point location for a Curve.
Reference to: LandXML/PlanFeatures/PlanFeature/CoordGeom/Curve/@oID
Reference to: LandXML/PlanFeatures/PlanFeature/@name
ARGB values of the Alpha, Red, Green and Blue channel; color in hex. for example 0x80FFFF00
define the feature syle
Codes are contained within Code Groups and can be used to describe objects. For example, the Codes Tree Line, Grass birder may be attached to a Code Group entitled Vegetation.
Each Code may have Attributes attached to it.
A Code consists of the Code Name, color and style information, an optional Code Description and an optional code group.
Attributes are the tertiary building block of a Codelist. Attributes prompt the user to enter information describing a Code. Attributes for the Code Tree could be Species, Diameter and Remark. An Attribute generally consists of Attribute Name and Type and the Attribute Value.
The Description of a Code may be up to 16 characters long (for example Outstanding Tree). The Description of a Code is optional
he Description of a Code may be up to 32 characters long (for example Outstanding Tree). The Description of a Code is optional
ARGB values of the Alpha, Red, Green and Blue channel; color in hex. for example 0x80FFFF00
define the feature syle
Code Groups describe groups of objects, which have a common theme. A Codelist may contain as many or as few Code Groups as you wish. For example, Utilities, Vegetation, Buildings could all be different Code Groups within a Codelist. Each Code Group then has sub-components known as Codes and Attributes
Define if some images are linked to the feature
Reference to: LandXML/PlanFeatures/PlanFeature/CoordGeom/Curve/@oID
Reference to: LandXML/PlanFeatures/PlanFeature/CoordGeom/IrregularLine/@oID
algorithmus used for spline interpolation
Represents a 2D or 3D Mid Point location for a Curve.
Reference to: LandXML/PlanFeatures/PlanFeature/CoordGeom/Curve/@oID
Reference to: LandXML/Parcels/Parcel/@name
ARGB values of the Alpha, Red, Green and Blue channel; color in hex. for example 0x80FFFF00
ARGB values of the Alpha, Red, Green and Blue channel; color in hex. for example 0x80FFFF00
Element for grouping the extensions of the Alignments subelements.
Extension to LandXML/Alignments/Alignment including display attributes and extensions to cross section and tunnel profiles
Represents settings how the allingnment is drawn
Name of the line
RGB vallue in heximal or decimal
Width of the line
Style of the line (solid,dot,...)
Extension to LandXML CrossSect with vertex connections
layer information for cross sections
Definition of the vertex name
Connection of vertices between cross-sections
Connection of vertices of the previous cross-section (first entry) with the vertices of the current one (second entry) example:-15,-15,-10,-10,-5,-
5,5,5,10,10,15,15
Connection of new or vanishing vertices exampel: 0,-2,0,2
Continue vertex with constant offset and height difference to the next cross-section example: 2
Reference to: LandXML/Alignments/Alignment/CrossSects/CrossSect/CrossSectSurf/@name
Reference to: LandXML/Alignments/Alignment/CrossSects/CrossSect/@sta
Defines the station (chainage) at which the tunnel design occurs
Describe the layers that can exist at a particular TunnelProfile
Describe the design of the tunnel profile. It behaves in a similar way to the CoordGeom that defines the horizontal alignment an alignment.
NOTE: The origin (0,0) of the TunnelCoordGeom co-ordinate system is defined at the centre line at the defined chainage. The X-axis is defined by the offset to the centre line (negative to the left) and the Y-axis is defined by the height difference from the centre line (down negative).
Name of the TunnelProfile. E.g. used to distinguish between the profiles of a layer
Defining the name of the TunnelProfileSurface. This is matched to the Database layer. (E.g. Vehicle envelope)
description
Defining the state of the TunnelProfSurf
Represents the station (chainage) of the TunnelProfile
Name of the layer
ProfileType: vertical, perpendicular or horizontal (horizontal not supported yet)
Show: Yes or No - Defines if a layer will be shown
Rotate: Yes or No - Defines if the rotation should be applied to the current layer or not
RotationTable: Reference to the table which contains the profile rotation information
RR Tunnel Profiles is information used by the Tunnel Profile Editor v2.0
Show: Yes or No - Defines if a layer will be shown in Tunnel Profile Editor v2.0 or not
RR TunnelRoations is used to define any rotation of the tunnel profiles
A double that defines the station where the rotation occurs
Angle defining the rotation of the tunnel profile from the vertical; Clockwise rotation has positive values, counter-clockwise rotation has negative ones
Defining the horizontal offset of the rotation point from the
centreline
Defining the vertical offset of the rotation point from the centreline
Name of the TunnelProfiles
Description
Reference to: LandXML/Alignments/Alignment/@name
Layer definition for stringlines....for rail this element is only allowed if there is no LandXML superelevation available
Layer name
Define the stringlines included in the layer; The names of the alignments within the layer are used. The names are separated by
commas (,) example: LeftCatch,LeftHinge,LeftBox,LeftEdge,Centreline,RightEdge,RightBox,Ri
ghtHinge,RightCatch
Name of the alignment that is to be used
as the centerline for the layer
Define the stringlines excluded in the layer; The names are separated by
commas (,)This means the stringline(s) is (are) physically in the defined layer, but disabled for selection and view
sort functionality of the layer may be useful in instances where the stringline order is not given in the file
Reference to: LandXML/Alignments/@name
provide the free code, description, codegroup, free code attributes and timeStamp
Unique Application Number
Information on Codelist, Codegroups, codes and attributes
Point codes can have the additional Linework properties. This can be Begin, Continue or End a Line or Area.
This is the code
Code Description
Type will be one of Line, Area, Free or Point
This is a max 3 character quickcode used to quickly work with codes in the field.
Code group name
This is the code
String Number of the line attached to the Code
Codelist name
Codelist description
Codelist creator
Codelist creation date
Eg SmartWorx Advanced or GSP500 Basic
This element contains attributes from the Application Results part of a Leica Viva DBX file. Also known as Logfiles in Format Manager inside Leica Geomatics Office PC software.
SmartWorx Viva Survey Contains attributes from Surveyin SmartWorx Viva
SmartWorx Viva Stakeout. Contains attributes from Stakeout in SmartWorx Viva
Coordinate System used.
Geodetic datum used.
Height system used eithier Orthometric or Ellipsoidal or undefined.
ID of the design point to be staked out.
The easting of the design point
The northing of the design point.
The ellipsoid height of the design point.
The ortho height of the design point.
The height value offset from the design point or DTM height
Reference to: LandXML/CgPoints/@name
[linearUnit] The angle between North and the staked point measured in the horizontal plane
If a DTM is used then this value will be True, otherwise False
1D Difference between the Design Point and the Staked point
2D Difference between the Design Point and the Staked point
3D Difference between the Design Point and the Staked point
Easting Coordinate Difference between the Design point and the staked point
Northing Coordinate Difference between the Design point and the staked point
Height Difference between the Design Point and the staked point
SmartWorx Viva Reference Line Measurement results
Reference to: LandXML/CgPoints/@name
Measured slope
Measured cut or fill
Measured slope distance to the hinge point
Measured horizontal distance to the hinge point
Measured heugh difference to the hinge point
SmartWorx Viva Reference Line Stakeout results
Reference to: LandXML/CgPoints/@name
Design point distance from start of line
Design point distance fromend of line
Design point height offset value
Design point offset value
ID of design point
Design point ortho easting
Design point northing
Design point ortho height
Vertical shift value
Boolean value of true or false depending if DTM is used or not
Hz point of interest
Vertical point of interest
1D Difference between the Design Point and the Staked point
2D Difference between the Design Point and the Staked point
3D Difference between the Design Point and the Staked point
Easting Coordinate Difference between the Design point and the staked point
Northing Coordinate Difference between the Design point and the staked point
Height Difference between the Design Point and the staked point
Absolute value of Stakeout Difference - Height.
distance difference between the Design Point and the staked point
direction difference between the Design Point and the staked point
chanage used for stakeout
slope cut or fill
height differnce to the design slope
perp distance
Spat distance
height difference to the start point
perp. height differnce related to the line
SmartWorx Viva COGO Inverse results
SmartWorx Viva COGO Traverse results
SmartWorx Viva COGO Intersection results
SmartWorx Viva COGO Line and Arc results
SmartWorx Viva COGO Shift Rotate and Scale results
SmartWorx Viva COGO Area results
SmartWorx Viva COGO Shift Rotate and Scale results Match Points
COGO Inverse Point to Line
SmartWorx Viva Reference Plane results
Name of task selected for calculation
X Coordinate of Instrument Station
Y Coordinate of Instrument Station
Z Coordinate of Instrument Station
ID of Plane
Type of plane
Reference to LandXML/CgPoints/@name
X Coordinate based on local plane coordinate system
Y Coordinate based on local plane coordinate system
Z Coordinate based on local plane coordinate system
Number of points assigned to line
ID of origin point
X Coordinate of origin point
Y Coordinate of origin point
Z Coordinate of origin point
ID of offset point
Parallel shift offset value
Offset def kind
Standard Deviation
Coordinate type eg Grid
Flags a point, that should contribute to the plane calculation, but lies outside the predefined Offset Limit
Scan Hz angle spacing
Scan vertical angle spacing
Spacing range
Spacing distance Hz
Spacing distance vertical
Easting of first perimeter point
Northing of first perimeter point
Height of first perimeter point
Hz angle of first perimeter point
Vertical angle of first perimeter point
X coordinate of first perimeter point
Y coordinate of first perimeter point
Z coordinate of first perimeter point
Easting of second perimeter point
Northing of second perimeter point
Height of second perimeter point
Hz angle of second perimeter point
Vertical angle of second perimeter point
X coordinate of second perimeter point
Y coordinate of second perimeter point
Z coordinate of second perimeter point
Defined Hz grid for scan
Defined Vertical grid for scan
Number of points scanned
Number of points skipped during scan
Easting of polyline perimeter point
Northing of polyline perimeter point
Height of polyline perimeter point
Hz angle of polyline perimeter point
Vertical angle of polyline perimeter point
X coordinate of polyline perimeter point
Y coordinate of polyline perimeter point
Z coordinate of polyline perimeter point
Count of polyline perimeter points
SmartWorx Viva RoadRunner Road results
Road job name
Stringline name
Stringline name 2
Actual angle to alignment
2nd line name
2nd line chainage
2nd line defined Hz offset
2nd line defined vertical offset
Scale factor
Vertical alignment square offset
Length vertical alignment
Actual height
Direction to point
Distance to point
Defined angle to alignment
2nd line actual Hz offset
2nd line actual vertical offset
Task type
Hinge name
Cross slope ratio
Cross slope width
Height difference from last stringline
Height difference from reference stringline
Height difference from right stringline
Height difference from centreline
Height difference from cross slope
Left stringline name
Offset from cross slope
Offset from left stringline
Offset from reference stringline
Offset from right stringline
Reference stringline name
Right stringline name
Square offset
Batter rail over ground cut
Batter rail over ground fill
Reference offset
Traveller height over batter rail fill
Traveller height over batter rail cut
Slope method
Project 2nd line name
Reference hinge line name
Traveller height
Apply shift Hz value
Apply shift vertical value
Selected line mid
Selected line 2nd
Slope of left line
Slope of right line
Left line cross slope value
Right line cross slope value
Left line crown value
Mid line crown value
Right line crown value
Manual slope type
Manual slope direction
Manual slope cut ratio
Manual slope fill ratio
Manual slope applied hinge
Manual slope hinge type
Manual slope hinge offset
Manual dlope hinge height
Manual slope difference from hinge height
Manual slope hinge DTM layer
Ratio of the slope from the current position to the hinge
Defined hinge height
Defined hinge height difference
Defined hinge offset
Height difference from slope
Height difference from 2nd line
Hinge offset
Ofset from 2nd line
Offset from slope
Defined reference offset
Slope distance from hinge
Slope ratio
Slope type
Manual design slope
Square slope distance
Defined traveller height
Defined hinge rel height
Mid stringline name
Active cross slope value
Active cross slope ratio
Height difference from crown
Height difference from mid stringline
Height difference from left cross slope
Left cross slope ratio
Offset from mid stringline
Height difference from right cross slope
Right cross lope ratio
Right cross slope width
Layer task
Hz offset layer name
SmartWorxViva GPS Hidden Point results
Reference to LandXML/CgPoints/@name
Note that most of attributes are contained within element hexagon Survey/InstrumentSetup/TPSSetupResult. Use setup ID to link
Reference to: LandXML/Survey/InstrumentSetup/@id
SmartWorx Viva Traverse results
ID of traverse
Description of traverse
Observer name
Status of traverse
Boolean true or false depending if traverse is closed or not
Boolean true or false depending if traverse is ended or not
Boolean true or false depending if traverse is adjusted or not
Boolean true or false depending if traverse is completed or not
Reference to: LandXML/CgPoints/@name
Point Role
Number of sets taken
Mean azimuth of all sets
Mean distance of all sets
Mean Hz angle of all sets
Mean vertical angle of all sets
Closed traverse 1D accuracy
Closed traverse 2D accuracy
Closed traverse angular misclosure
Closed traverse error easting
Closed traverse error northing
Closed traverse error height
Closed traverse error direction
Closed traverse error length
Closed traverse total distance
Data job name
Number of setups
Reference to: LandXML/Survey/InstrumentSetup/@id
ID of start station
ID of end station
Start azimuth
End azimuth
Hz adjustment method
Vertical adjustment method
Angular adjustment method
ID of start azimuth point
ID of end azimuth point
Unadjusted East
Unadjusted North
Unadjusted Height
Unadjusted Distance
Unadjusted 1D accuracy
Unadjusted 2D accuracy
Unadjusted angular misclosure
Unadjusted error easting
Unadjusted error northing
Unadjusted height error
Unadjusted direction error
Unadjusted length error
Unadjusted Hz Arc
Unadjusted Azimuth
Balanced East
Balanced North
Balanced 2D accuracy
Balanced angular misclosure
Balanced error easting
Balanced direction error
Balanced length error
Balanced Azimuth
Balanced Hz Arc
Adjusted easting
Adjusted northing
Adjusted height
Adjusted Distance
Adjusted 1D accuracy
Adjusted 2D accuracy
Adjusted angular misclosure
Adjusted easting error
Adjusted northing error
Adjusted height error
Adjusted direction error
Adjusted length error
Adjusted Hz Arc
2D Helmert scale factor
2D Helmert rotation angle
2D Helmert east shift
2D Helmert northing shift
2D Helmert height shift
Adjusted Azimuth
Unadjusted Height Difference
Adjusted Height Difference
Hz Arc Average
Hz Arc Std Deviation
Maximum Hz Spread
Vertical Std Deviation
Vertical Spread
Distance Std Deviation
Maximum Distance Spread
Hz Arc
Known point or azimuth
Fix Point ID
Second Face Point ID
Known Azimtuh
Boolean True or False depending if point part of main leg or not
Statistics used
SmartWorx Viva Sets of Angles results
SmartWorx Viva Check and Adjust Results
ID of the Calibration. Useful if carrying out multiple calibrations on instrument
Date and Time of Check and Adjust in Modern Julian Date format
Internal Temp of instrument
Number of measurements taken
Accuracy of the longitudinal index error of the compensator
Accuracy of the transversal index error of the compensator
Accuracy of the ATR zero point error for the horizontal angle
Accuracy of the Hz collimation error
Accuracy of the tilting axis error
Accuracy of the ATR zero point error for the vertical angle
Accuracy of the vertical index error
Longitudinal index error of the compensator
Transversal index error of the compensator
Previously set ATR zero point error for the horizontal angle
Previously set Hz collimation error
Previously set tilting axis error
Previously set ATR zero point error for the vertical angle
Previously set vertical index error
On Axis Camera Old Hz result
On Axis Camera Old vertical result
On Axis Camera Hz average
On Axis Camera Vert result
SmartWorx Viva RoadRunner Tunnel results
Tunnel job name
Shift Tunnel X-Section/ Tunnel profile
Shift applied
Value of shift
Hz shift end
Start chainage point when shift was applied
Chainage at end of shift
Input method
Applied reference radius
Reference radius
Applied jumbo guide
Jumbo length
Jumbo length tolerance
Jumbo drill length
Check jumbo position
Scan task
Scan interval
Scan handle on
Scan handle T
Scan mode
Setout type
Stringline profile backward
Stringline profile ahead
Tunnel task
Task name
Shift task
Limit ID
Start angle
End angle
Measure status
Reference centreline
Angle increment
Distance Increment
Measured startpoint
Offset startpoint
Height difference start point
Measured endpoint
Offset endpoint
Height difference end point
Current chainage perpendicular to the vertical alignment
Distance along profile
Scan chainage limit
Chainage profile
Jumbo Hz angle correction
Vertical angle correction
Profile offset
Distance Along Profile as defined by user
Height Difference from the current position to the Centre-Line along the Y axis of the rotated Tunnel Profile
Interval between points
Distance back
Interval back
Distance forward
Interval forward
Bailout chainage
Difference from surface
Reflector Rad
Stake face point actual
Vertical alignment square offset
Length vertical alignment
Vertical chainage
Tilited Chainage
SmartWorx Viva TPS Hidden Points results
Reference to LandXML/CgPoints/@name
User entered tolerance value
Number of reflectors used to define hidden point
Rod/Reflector length
ID of first measured auxiliary point
ID of second measured auxiliary point
ID of third measured auxiliary point
This is the computed direction between measured R1 and R2
Distance between R1 and R2
Distance between R1 and R3
SmartWorx Viva Check Recorded Points results
Reference to LandXML/CgPoints/@name
ID of TPS Setup used
Calcuated azimuth
Calculated height difference
Calcuated Hz distance
Difference in azimuth
Difference in height
Difference in Hz distance
Measured azimuth
Measured Angle Right
Measured Vertical Angle
Measured height difference
Measured Hz distance
Measured slope distance
Sets of Angles List results
SmartWorx Viva Surfaces results
Name of the surface
2D area
3D area
2D result of the longest side of the triangulation
3D result of the longest side of the triangulation
Maximum elevation within triangulation of surface
Minimum elevation within triangulation of surface
Number of boundary points
Number of surface points
Total number of points in surface
Number of triangles in surface
2D perimeter
3D perimeter
Version number of the computing engine
Reference to LandXML/CgPoints/@name
Boundary or Surface point role
SmartWorx Viva Volumes results
Area cut 2D
Area cut 3D
Area fill 2D
Area fill 3D
2D total of cut and fill amounts
3D total of cut and fill amounts
Average thickness between two surfaces
Height of point seclected for volume calculation
ID of reference point used to calculate volume
Surface 1 name
Surface 2 name
Calculation method
Volume of cut
Volume of fill
Total volume
Quick Volumes results
Quick Surfaces results
SmartWorx Viva RoadRunner Raill results
Rail job name
Current cant
Current height difference relative to cant
Current offset relative to cant
Design cant at the current/stored measured position
Height difference from selected rail
Height difference from left rail
Height difference from lower rail
Height difference from right rail
Height of lower rail
Measured cant value
Nominal guage
Offset left rail
Offset right rail
Offset selected rail
Defined pendular current angle
Defined pendular angle
Defined pendular length
Rail task
Reflector height type
Selected rail
Defined superelevation base
Active cant design
Defined pendular Hos
Active pendular Hose
Active cant difference
Reference fix point
Track type
Defined track
ID left rail
ID right rail
ID chainage centreline
Chainage calculation method
Centre line offset from the measured left rail to the centreline. Only by using a gauge device
Height of the measured left rail. Only by using a gauge device
Centre line offset from the measured right rail to the centreline. Only by using a gauge device
Height of the measured right rail. Only by using a gauge device
Measured gauge value measured by using an external gauge device. Only by using a gauge device
Horizontal offset for the pole used in the gauge device
Pole height of the gauge device
Vertical alignment square offset
Length vertical alignment
Measured East of left Rail
Measured North of left Rail
Measured East of right Rail
Measured North of right Rail
Measured center line offset
Measured center axis East
Measured center axis North
Measured center axis Height
Measured director cl offset
Measured director East
Measured directior North
Measured directior Height
Design left offset
Design left Height
Design right offset
Design right height
design center axis offset
design center axis Height
design director offset
design director height
Center axis offset
denter axis height difference
Design center line East
Design center line North
Rail director
Rail director offset
Rail director height difference
Versine deviation
Versine arc length
Rail lower rail name
Data from InversePtArc, InversePtCurrentPos, InversePtPt, InverseCurrPossArc, InverseCurrPosLine, SegmentLine
Level Stakeout. Contains attributes from Stakeout in Digital level
Reference to hexagon:Survey/LevelSetups/levelSetup@uniqueID
Height system used eithier Orthometric or Ellipsoidal or undefined.
ID of the design point to be staked out.
The easting of the design point
The northing of the design point.
The ortho height of the design point.
The height value offset from the design point or DTM height
Reference to: LandXML/CgPoints/@name
Delta Height Difference between the Design Point and the staked point
Distance Difference between the Design Point and the staked point
Height Difference between the Design Point and the staked point: negative is equal fill
Measure Foresight application results
Reference to: LandXML/CgPoints/@name
ID of measure foresight application
Boolean true or false depending if measure foresight is completed or not
Reference to: LandXML/CgPoints/@name
Point Role - here backsight or foresight
Number of sets taken
Mean azimuth of all sets
Hz Arc Average
Hz Arc Std Deviation
Maximum Hz Spread
Mean vertical angle of all sets
Vertical Std Deviation
Vertical Spread
Mean distance of all sets
Distance Std Deviation
Maximum Distance Spread
Reference to: LandXML/Survey/InstrumentSetup/@id
SmartWorx Viva Survey Contains attributes from Surveyin SmartWorx Viva
Reference to: LandXML/CgPoints/@name
pixel size in the x-direction in map units/pixel
rotation about y-axis
rotation about x-axis
pixel size in the y-direction in map units, almost always negative
x-coordinate of the center of the upper left pixel
y-coordinate of the center of the upper left pixel
If more than one point exists with the same PointID, the name attribute of the CgPoint for the 1st
occurence of that point identifier is the PointID, but all following CgPoints with the same PointID
the pattern for the name attribute is name="PointID[@db#]", where the value [db#] is the unique identifier of this point in the database.
Enumeration of the different kinds of height information which can be used by coordinate reference systems.
undefined: does not contain a height information
ellipsoidal: the height is an ellipsoidal height h; the reference ellipsoid is the same as for the geodetic datum
orthometric: the height is an orthometric height H
Enumeration of the different kinds of transformation models for Helmert transformations:
bursaWolf: transformation model after Bursa-Wolf
molodensky: transformation model after Molodensky-Badekas
Enumeration of the two hemispheres North and South
Enumeration of the angles kind in the Oblique Mercator Projection
gamma: rectify by gamma
alpha: rectify by alpha
Enumeration of the kinds of geodetic datums
The datum of a coordinate reference system specifies the relative position of the abstract mathematical coordinate system to the earth. Geodetic coordinate systems are normally based on an ellipsoid, and the datum specifies the size parameters, the center and the axis bearing of the ellipsoid. Knowing the size-parameters of the ellipsoid you can convert the coordinates of a position between a cartesian and a ellipsoidal coordiante system without a loss of accuracy of the position; the same is true for the conversion to a projected coordinate system, provided the projection parameters are known.
Enumeration of the supported kinds of coordinate systems
undefined: this setting should be used if the coordinate system is unknown
cartesian: a geocentric cartesian coodinate system (X, Y, Z)
ellipsoidal: an ellipsoidal coordinate system (phi, lambda [, h | H ] )
grid: a grid coordinate system; "Easting", "Northing" and "Height", abbreviated (E,N,H)
vertical: a one dimensional coordinate system whose single ordinate represents a height - could be used for levels
Enumeration represents the kind of the CSCS model:
cartesian: corrections are available in cartesian coordinates (local or WGS)
geodetic: corrections are available in geodetic coordinates and include the datums shifts(local or WGS)
grid: corrections are available in grid coordinates (local)
ellipsoidal: correction are available in ellipsoidal coordinates (local)
Enumeration of the different kinds of distribution of the residuals of the TransformationControlPoints. The TransformationControlPoints have a direct relation to its transformation and the residuals will distributed after apply the transformation.
Enumeration which selects the kind of the customized projection - the mathematical method of the projection and its numerical parameters are
hard-wired in the program code of the transformation library.
Classic-TrfSet for trf. WGS84-Local
RefEllipsoid - must (any kind)
Projection - must (any kind)
DatumTrf - possible (Helmert3D) note not allowed in combination with GeodeticCSCS
ProjPosTrf - not allowed
ProjHgtTrf - not allowed
GeoidModel - possible (any kind)
CSCSModel - possible (any kind)
1step-TrfSet: for trf. WGS84-Local
RefEllipsoid - (WGS84)
Projection - (TM)
DatumTrf - not allowed
ProjPosTrf - must (hidden | protected Helmert2D)
ProjHgtTrf - must (hidden | protected Approx1D)
GeoidModel - possible (any kind)
CSCSModel - not allowed
2step-TrfSet: for trf. WGS84-Local
RefEllipsoid - must (any kind)
Projection - must (any kind)
DatumTrf - must (Helmert3D)
ProjPosTrf - must (hidden | protected Helmert2D)
ProjHgtTrf - must (hidden | protected Approx1D)
GeoidModel - possible (any kind)
CSCSModel - not allowed
Parameters for a 3D-Helmert transformation
rotation angle for X-axis
rotation angle for Y-axis
rotation angle for z-axis
origin of rotation for X-coordinate [linearUnit] - ignored for BursaWolf
origin of rotation for Y-coordinate [linearUnit] - ignored for BursaWolf
origin of rotation for Z-coordinate [linearUnit] - ignored for BursaWolf
translation for X between the systems [linearUnit]
translation for Y between the systems [linearUnit]
translation for Z between the systems [linearUnit]
scale factor between the systems
kind of height information used for this transformation - height system that is reached after apply the transformation: ellipsoidal or orthometric
kind of transformation model (Bursa-Wolf or Molodensky-Badekas)
Parameters for a 1D-Height transformation
definition of tilted plane in X direction (Northing)
definition of tilted plane in Y direction (Easting)
height shift [linearUnit]
X-coordinate (Northing) of barycentre [linearUnit]
Y-coordinate (Easting) of barycentre [linearUnit]
kind of height information used for this transformation - height system that is reached after apply the transformation: ellipsoidal or orthometric
Parameters for a 2D-Helmert transformation
rotation angle between the systems
origin of rotation for X-coordinate (Northing)[linearUnit] - ignored for BursaWolf
origin of rotation for Y-coordinate (Easting)[linearUnit] - ignored for BursaWolf
translation for X (Northing) between the systems [linearUnit]
translation for Y (Easting) between the systems [linearUnit]
scale factor between the systems
kind of transformation model (Bursa-Wolf or Molodensky-Badekas)
Point pair that was used to calculate the transformation
Decribes what component was used for the determination.(3d = Pos+Hgt, 2d= Pos only, 1d= Hgt only, none= not used for calculation)
PointID of common point in System A
PointID of common point in System B
Reference to: LandXML/CgPoints/@name if Point exists in the same job
Reference to: LandXML/CgPoints/@name if Point exists in the same job
kind of height information used for this transformation - height system of Common Point SystemA: ellipsoidal or orthometric
kind of height information used for this transformation - height system of Common Point SystemB: ellipsoidal or orthometric
Residual distribution that is used
Enumeration of the kinds of coordinate systems:
Undefined: this setting should be used if the coordinate system is unknown and/or if the coordinates from the position are unknown
Cartesian, a geocentric cartesian coodinate system (X, Y, Z)
Ellipsoidal, an ellipsoidal coordinate system (phi, lambda [, h | H ] )
Grid, a grid coordinate system;
the names of the coordinates are "Easting", "Northing" and "Height", abbreviated (E,N,H);
Vertical, a one dimensional coordinate system whose single ordinate represents a height; could be used for levels;
Enumeration of the kinds of the datu,m. The datum of a coordinate reference system specifies the relative position of the abstract mathematical coordinate system to the earth.
Allows to represent multiple coordinate point - the attributes represents the source of the position
consists of a tupel of n [n=1..3] real numbers specifiying the position of a point in a n-dimensional mathematical space.
The orrigin of the position structure of this mathematical space and the meaning of the ordinates
therein is described by the attributes.
coordinate points in the WGS84 datum
WGS84 cartesian coordinates
WGS84 ellipsoidal coordinates (latitude, longitude, WGS84 ellipsoidal height, orthometric height)
coordinate points in the local datum defined in the coordinate system
Local cartesian coordinates
Local ellipsoidal coordinates (latitude, longitude, local ellipsoidal height, orthometric height)
Local grid coordinates (easting, northing, local ellipsoidal height, orthometric height)
represent the kind of the coordinate system of the source coordinate
represent the kind of the datum of the source coordinate
represent the kind of the height system of the source coordinate
Represent a 3d cartesian coordinate point
Coordinates inside are optional, because there can be 2D or 1D point too.
Coordinates inside are optional, because there can be 2D or 1D point too.
Mean error and components of variance covariance matrix (q matrix) in 3 dimentions
X component of variance covariance matrix (q matrix).
X - Y component of variance - covariance matrix (Q matrix).
X-Z component of variance-covariance matrix (Q matrix).
Y component of Variance Covariance matrix (Q matrix).
Y-Z component of variance-covariance matrix (Q matrix).
Z component of the variance-covariance matrix (Q matrix).
mean error of unit weight of the coordinates
Quaternion of unit norm (uniquely determined up to a sign) which represents the rotation (coordinate transformation on vectors) between the two frames. The Hamilton convention is followed, q = [w, x, y, z].
Quality of the quaternions ( x = northing, y = easting, z = up )
Quality of the velocity ( x,y,z )
X component of velocity
Y component of velocity
Z component of velocity
Define what onservations are used for a free station calculation
common application results attributes
The Attribute Name may consist of alphanumeric characters (for example Species).
Value of the attribute
index number of the attribute in the code - needed if attribztes with no vallue are not included
Enumeration defines the available coordinate subclasses
Enumeration where the coordinates hat detemined from this point. Quality ranking that expresses how "good" the coordinates of this Position are
Enumeration to enable some linework functionality
enumeration of the EDM type that was used
enumeration of the measurement mode of the EDM
enumeration of the ATR mode that was used
enumeration of the dimmention the target was used
enumerations of different setup Types: setOrientation: Station is known, Orientation is entered; knownBacksight: Station is known,Orientation is calculated from known Backsight points; Multiple backsight: Station is known, Orientation is calculated with more Backsight points -Height could be tranfered from Height control; transferHeight: Station and orientation is known, Height wil be transfered from Height control point(s); resection: Station and orientaion are unknown and will be calculated from 2 or more target points; orientateLine: Station and orientation are unknown and will be calculated based on 2 points on a line
standard deviation of the orientation correction
orientation correcttion
Reference to: LandXML/Survey/InstrumentSetup/RawObservation/Backsight/@id
calculated - computed orientation for 2D/3D backsight points
[linearUnit] calculated - measured horizontal distance for 2D/3D backsight points
[linearUnit] calculated - measured height for 1D/3D backsight points
[linearUnit] calculated - measured slope distance for 3D backsight points
[linearUnit] calculated elevation from all 1D/3D backsight points
[linearUnit] calculated - previous elevation
[linearUnit] elevation used before the hieght transfer
[linearUnit] standard deviation of the elevation
enumeration of the resection type that was used to calculate the station and orientation
enumeration of the method the height was determined in the resection
[linearUnit] standard deviation of the Northing
[linearUnit] standard deviation of the Easting
[linearUnit] standard deviation of the elevation
enumeration of different GNSS Networks
enumeration of the used RTK format
enumeration the describes if the rover has been inside the network
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Measure mode used to determine the staff height: "Single", "Mean", "Mean s", "Median" and "rep.Single".
type used for averaging result information
type used for averaging
method used for averaging
method used for leveling
Backsight - Foresight
Backsight - Foresight - Foresight - Backsight
A = alternating - toggle between starting B/F on next stations
simulatnious method - run paralell level lines at the same time
method used for COGO calculations
method used for calculate GPS hiddenpoints
Application Names including Stakeout, Ref Line and more
Application Version Number
Application Start Date and Time
Application End Date and Time
Attributes common to all Application Results such as Name, Version, DateTime stamp
Application Name eg Stakeout
Application version number
Application Start Date and Time
Application End Date and Time
Unique Application Number
Attributes common to both RefLine Measure and Stakeout
Coordinate System used.
Geodetic datum used.
Height system used eithier Orthometric or Ellipsoidal or undefined.
Name of the reference line
Azimuth of Reference Line
Grade of Reference Line
ID of the start point
Easting of the start point
Northing of the start point
Ortho height of the start point
ID of the end point
Easting of the end point
Northing of the end point
Ortho height of the end point
Length of the reference line
Start chainage value
Control job name
Height offset
Type of line
Hz offset value
Base point easting
Base point northing
Measured Hz Dist to hinge point
Measured Slope Dist to hinge point
Design chainage
Measured or staked chainage
Hz offset value
Vertical offset value
Distance from start of line
Distance from end of the line
Design slope ratio
Hz hinge offset
Vertical hinge offset
Radius of arc
Length of arc
ID of start point of arc
Easting of start point of arc
Northing of start point of arc
Ortho height of start point of arc
ID of second point of arc
Easting of second point of arc
Northing of second point of arc
Ortho height of second point of arc
ID of end point of arc
Easting of end point of arc
Northing of end point of arc
Ortho height of end point of arc
Attributes common to most COGO methods
Reference to LandXML/CgPoints/@name
Attributes common to COGO Line, Arc Segmentation results
Attributes common to RoadRunner Roads, Rail and Tunnel
Project name
Data job name
Measured job name
Control job name
DTM job name
Creator name
Job description
Job description
ID of measured or staked point
Vertical shift value at begining of chainage
Vertical shift value at end of chainage
Flag for object outside defined vertical shift
Vertical shift at start of chainage
Vertical shift at end of chainage
Type of the vertical selected for the object (None / Linear / Constant / Parabolic / Reverse Curve)
Grade of centre line
Height of centre line
Radius of centre line
Tangent of centre line
Centre line type
Chainage increment
COGO Road/Rail method (Align Info or Calc Pt)
Chainage of current/stored position
Current/Stored design easting
Current/Stored design northing
Current/Stored design height
Design point easting
Design point northing
Design point ell height
Design point ortho height
Height difference from centre line
Height difference from stringline
Nearest Hz tangent point
Nearest vertical tangent point
Offset direction method
Offset centre line
Offset string line
Defined height difference
Defined Hz offset
Defined chainage to stake
1D Difference between the Design Point and the Staked point
2D Difference between the Design Point and the Staked point
3D Difference between the Design Point and the Staked point
Northing Coordinate Difference between the Design point and the staked point
Easting Coordinate Difference between the Design point and the staked point
Inverse value of the Easting Coordinate Difference between the Design point and the staked point
Height Difference between the Design Point and the staked point
Layer name
Hz shift of object at end of chainage
Defines the object outside of the defined horizontal shift range (None / Parallel / Step)
Chainage point at which the horizontal shift is added
Chainage point at which the horizontal shift finishes
Type of the horizontal shift selected for the object (None / Linear / Constant / Parabolic / Reverse Curve)
Hz shift of object at begining of chainage
Height difference from the current/stored position to the DTM
Name of the 2nd DTM layer. The 2nd DTM layer is used for information only and does not affect the height to be staked/checked
Name of DTM
DTM task
DTM height
DTM delta height
DTM triangle flow direction
DTM triangle flow ratio
Flow direction of the current DTM triangle. The DTM (2nd layer) is used for information only and does not affect the height to be staked/checked
Ratio of the current DTM triangle in flow direction. The DTM (2nd layer) is used for information only and does not affect the height to be staked/checked
Height of the 2nd DTM layer at current/stored position. The 2nd DTM layer is used for information only and does not affect the height to be staked/checked
Height difference from the current/stored position to the 2nd DTM layer. The 2nd DTM layer is used for information only and does not affect the height to be staked/checked
Attributes common to Sets of Angles Appl Sets and AppSetsList
Nmae of job
Boolean true or false depending if auto survey used
Number of sets taken
Number of points in a SOA List
Number of points
Current set number
Reference to LandXML/CgPoints/@name
ID of computed point
Role of point
Mean error
Mean Single Error
Mean of all the sets
Mean of observations
ResiduaL
common COGO Shift/Rotate/Scale attributes
Choose from None, Choice List or Range
Choose from Text, Real, Integer
common line and area attributes in codes
Choose from Normal, Mandatory and Fixed
Enumeration of possible value types for generic Application Results
Enumeration of possible value types for generic Application Results
X position of principal point relative to tilting axis center
Y position of principal point relative to tilting axis center
Z position of principal point relative to tilting axis center
horizontal angle of Camera axis relative to TPS axis
zenith distance of Camera axis relative to TPS axis
tilt angle (rotation of camera axis)
Unique ID of Image
Reference to:
Reference to:
Reference to:
compensator inclination-length value
compensator inclination-cross value
Image width [pixel]
Image jeight [pixel]
Image height [pixel]
0 = forward...
0..10Hz; 1...5Hz
Parameters for a 3D transformation
rotation angle for X-axis
rotation angle for Y-axis
rotation angle for z-axis
translation for X between the systems [linearUnit]
translation for Y between the systems [linearUnit]
translation for Z between the systems [linearUnit]
scale factor in X between the systems
scale factor in Y between the systems
scale factor in Z between the systems
Choose between Text, Real and Integer for value Type
Choose between None, Choicelist or Range as Value Region
Choose between None, Choicelist or Range as Value Region