Meticulously trained on utility maps, historical diagrams, highway plats, satellite imagery, survey plats, zoning maps, mining records, construction plans, and more.
Our QGIS tools leverage machine learning to accelerate GIS professionals' workflows. Specifically, our AI helps georeference, vectorize, and extract metadata from raster maps.
Click roughly where your map is and our AI will take care of the rest. Your map is analyzed for identifable features—streets, building outlines, etc.—which get aligned with our ground-truth datasets.
The georeferencer works with any CRS or State Plane your project needs.
Want to beta test the georeferencer? Reach out to us and we will see how well we can get it to work on your maps. (Available to vectorization plugin users on the full-time plan)
Start digitizing a line or tracing a polygon and our AI will complete it for you. All you need to do is identify the feature you are working on and the autocomplete will take care of the rest.
The autocomplete works on both tracing lines and tracing the outlines of polygons, which it then fills in. Just switch between polygon and line layers to change the way it digitizes.
Whether your feature is black and white or colorful, dashed or solid, obstructed or clear, our AI is trained to stay focused and complete the digitization.
Our AI reads metadata (pipe diameters, voltages, installation dates, turn radius) from the raster and automatically fills in the properties table.
Our AI will pattern match the relevant metadata you need from your map before infilling missing metadata as you extract features.
We plan to release beta access to AI metadata extraction in 2024
Yes, you can try it for free, no credit card required. For evaluation, you'll be rate-limited to an average daily allowance of 2,500 completions.
Users who wish to exceed this quota can purchase a paid plan. This helps us improve our technology and support our staff.
You can download the plugin directly from the AI vectorizer page on QGIS's plugin repository. You can also find it on the QGIS "Manage and Install Plugins" menu in QGIS.
Our QGIS plugin works on straight, curved, and bent lines. Solid, dashed, dotted, and dash-dot styles of any color typically work well.
For context, our customers have had success with CAD renderings, hand-drawn engineering diagrams, geologic maps, topographical contour lines, and utility maps.
Yes. After you use the plugin to create a vector layer in QGIS, you can then export the vector layer to CAD or any other GIS format.
Our QGIS plugin works on Macs, Linux, and Windows machines running recent QGIS versions. It requires an internet connection. Hardware-wise, if your computer can run QGIS, then it can run the plugin.
Yes. For organizations and users on our full-time tier, we can ensure that your maps are promptly deleted from our servers after our autocomplete AI runs.
By default, we store maps to ensure the AI is running smoothly, and will continue to do so in future iterations.
Use the latest advances in AI to cut the time spent per map down by 75%.