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'Time Traveler' is the Netstore product that enables the change in the projects carried out in the same region at different times to be easily monitored from past to present by means of a slider moving between desired dates.

For example, it enables the changes in time to be monitored through the projects from past to present such as development of zoning plans from past to present, how coherent the city's reaction was to the zoning plans, what kind of a path did squattering follow over time, changes before and after the forest fires, disasters, residential areas from the Stone Age to the present.

Time Traveler enables monitoring changes in the existing data/projects for certain times from the past to the present.

Instant access to the situation on the date entered is possible by manually entering a date through the 'Date Entry' on the dates on Time Traveler.

Time Traveler also has a video tracking feature. Data generated at different dates can be viewed by the video tracking feature on the time traveler.

Compare Time feature can be used. By the compare feature located on the time traveler, data generated on different dates are displayed as transitions in the pop-up windows that open under the Netcad screen.

The changes at different time intervals can be viewed instantly with slider control. Changes in different time intervals can be observed by toggling to the desired time interval with the slider control.

Time intervals can be narrowed down and expanded if desired.

In case raster data tiled at different times (or vector data with different time stamps such as GPS data) are uploaded, these data are displayed automatically in the time traveler.

Zoom in/out at desired scale is available for data and projects in selected time interval.

All time change may be limited; the whole time limit can also be observed with limit finding feature.

The circular areas on the timeline represent the tiling dates in time.

All Netcad users
  • Municipalities
  • Provincial Administrations
  • Public Institutions
  • Universities
  • Engineering Companies
  • Planning Companies
  • Real Estate Companies
  • Construction Companies
  • Agriculture and Forestry Companies
  • Geology Companies
  • Hydrogeology Companies
  • Electricity Companies
  • Mining Companies
  • Architecture Companies





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