Export methods

The KML, GEOJSON & raw photo files can be exported either in batches or as individual annotations.

To do a batch download of the annotations or anomalies layer you will need to find the Export tab that is located at the top of the screen in the inspection results. Once you have navigated there you will be able to select the layer export tab and will be presented with a pop up window. Select the layer you wish to export as well as the desired file format and the file will be sent to you via email. 


An individual annotation or anomaly can be exported by clicking on the anomaly or annotation to bring up the information tile and then click on the download button shown in the photo button below to be able to choose the preferred file format.

Export formats

CSV: Annotations results of the measurements made in the platform can be exported in a CSV file. These can include volume measurements of a stockpile or temperature measurements of a hot spot on a solar panel.

KML & GEOJSON: With these export formats you can export the actual annotations that you have made on the platform. These can include the polygon marking of a solar anomaly or a line annotation of a highway construction project.

TIF: With this file format you can download the processed orthomosaics created by Sitemark.

LAS: Should you have a pointcloud as one of the deliverables of your data product you will be able to download this file as an .LAS file.

Note: a KML file stands for Keyhole Markup Language which is used for expressing geographic annotation and visualization within 2D maps and 3D Earth browsers. GeoJSON is a geospatial format that represents simple geographic features and their nonspatial attributes. Features include points (addresses and locations), line strings (streets, highways and boundaries) and polygons (countries, provinces, tracts of land).

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