ILWIS 3.4 Open integrates image, vector and thematic data in one unique and
powerful desktop package. It delivers a wide range of feautures
including import/export, digitizing, editing, analysis and display of
data, as well as production of quality maps.
- Integrated raster and vector design
- Import and export of widely used data formats
- On-screen and tablet digitizing
- Comprehensive set of image processing tools
- Orthophoto, image georeferencing, transformation and mosaicing
- Advanced modeling and spatial data analysis
- 3D visualization with interactive editing for optimal view findings
- Rich projection and coordinate system library
- Geo-statisitical analyses, with Kriging for improved interpolation
- Production and visualization of stereo image pairs
- Spatial Multiple Criteria Evaluation
DownloadsILWIS is available in various forms. The stand alone compiled
application can be found under "download stable version".
- Binaries (single file). This is the executable version of ILWIS.
- Binaries (multiple files)
The sources of ILWIS can be compiled following the build instructions .
can download the source code from the "source control access" below.
The ILWIS binaries are very simple to install. Copy the folder in
the downloaded zip file. In this folder there is an ILWIS30.EXE which
is the main executable for ILWIS. Double click this file to start
IFand ONLY IF the user wants to use the command line COM
functionality of IWLIS (make the ILWIS command line available through
the Windows COM functionality), the following steps must be taken.
The COM registration needs two steps (assume the current directory is
the directory with ILWIS30.EXE). These are started from the windows
command line (via “Start|Run”, or from a “Command Prompt” window).
The option -RegServer needs to be typed exactly as written here. The
order in which the commands are executed is not important.
- regsvr32.exe /s IlwisComProxy.dll
- ilwis30.exe -RegServer
ILWIS has extensive user documentation and help files.
Source control accessCVS: http://core-52n.cvs.sourceforge.net/core-52n/ILWIS3/
ILWIS building currently relies on the Microsoft
Visual 6 compile environment. Our next step is to switch to the GCC
compiler. After successful completion of the
migration to GCC, we plan to break down ILWIS Open into
Martin L. Schouwenburg (ITC) is responsible for the migration to open source software.
Martin L. Schouwenburg
(email@example.com) for access (write) to SourceForge and ILWIS mailing list moderation.
Martin L. Schouwenburg (firstname.lastname@example.org) moderates the ILWIS community