SmartView Connect (SVC) is Woolpert’s map hosting platform—an integrated system of processing, serving, and viewing capabilities. Using massively parallel processing, SVC creates imagery caches from large data sets and rapidly publishes them for viewing on the web. Our proprietary, high-performance techniques ensure fast map loads without sacrificing image quality. SVC also provides a dynamic workflow engine which expedites the QA/QC review process. Users draw on the map to create annotated redline markups which are recorded for further action. These markups are deeply integrated into Woolpert’s production process as part of our commitment to quality deliverables and services. In addition to the SVC website, imagery can be made available via an OGC-compliant Web Map Service (WMS). Image caches can also be included in final deliverables–in either MBTiles or ArcGIS Server formats. Contact a Woolpert project manager or email email@example.com to discuss these options. If you have a question that is not addressed in this guide, please contact the SmartView Connect team at firstname.lastname@example.org. Go to maps.woolpert.com and enter your Username or Email and Password. You can also click Enter as Guest to view some sample datasets. After signing in, you will see the Open dialog, which lists all of the datasets available to your account. If your account only has access to one dataset, SVC will automatically open it for you, skipping this dialog. Use the & arrows keys to pan north/south. Use the Page Up & Page Down keys to do a large pan north/south. Use the number keys to toggle the corresponding layer on/off (i.e. 1 toggles the base layer, 2 toggles the second, etc.) The SVC workflow engine defines a system for creating redline markups and subsequent feedback and actions. Your account is assigned a role, and based on that role you have rights to create markups and/or to perform certain actions. Markups are stored in workspaces. Your account may have access to one or more workspaces. Select a workspace from the list in the upper right. This is the main interface for working with markups. Move the widget around the screen by clicking and dragging within the empty space of the toolbar. Resize the widget by clicking and dragging the handles in either of the bottom corners. To redraw the geometry or change the geometry type, simply click the same button again or click another button to re-activate the draw tool. Once you’ve drawn a geometry, click the button in the upper-right to zoom the map back to its location. You will have one or more options for creating markups (in the screenshot to the right, the user has 2 options: ‘Report’ and ‘Create’). The default action will be highlighted, click another action to change. Between the Action and Comment sections, you may see a list of attributes. Fill out the values as appropriate. If you have permision to change the status of markup, you will see actions at the top of the panel. Select an action, fill out the attributes and/or comment, and click Submit (see the Create Markup section for more information on actions and attributes). This is a log of the complete history of the markup. The log lists the user, date/time, state, and attributes for each action. Click the button next to the most recent entry to undo the action. If you do not see this button you do not have permission to undo the action. Progress layers are vector layers where each feature has a status attribute which is tracked in the SVC database across all user accounts. These layers are designed to provide mechanism for managing the review process over a large area. We publish common problem areas (such as bridges or seam lines) and other useful references (like tile grids) to aid reviewers. Features are color-coded by their current status. Status changes are instantly reflected in all user sessions. The progress layer tool is activated with the % button in the toolbar. If you do not see this button, no layers are available. Source.