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Version: 10.4

Adding a Site

In NavVis IVION you can create multiple sites within one instance. A site groups scan data, points of interest, and user permissions into unique projects or locations.

Note: Only global admins can add sites to NavVis IVION.

Follow these steps to add a site to NavVis IVION:

  1. On the NavVis IVION instance dashboard, click + Create Site in the bottom right corner of your screen.
  2. Optionally, upload a preview image for the site by clicking Upload or dragging and dropping an image.
  3. Enter a name for the site.
  4. Optionally, add a description for the site under Site description.
  5. If you want the site to be visible to all users, who have a link to the site, without logging in, use the toggle button under Site Visibility.
    Note: If your instance is private, making the site visible means that all logged in users can view the site.
  6. Click Next.
  7. Pick a location for your site on the map. To do that:
    1. Search for an address or coordinates.
    2. If necessary, adjust the location of the location picker.
  8. (Advanced) You can enter a precise location for your site. To do that:
    1. Click Show advanced settings.
    2. Select Lat & Long (WGS 84).
    3. Enter the latitude, longitude and height of the base point.
    4. Optionally, define a rotation for the spatial reference system by entering the angle or the rotation of the x-axis (rx) and y-axis (ry).
  9. (Advanced) You can define a spatial reference system as a projected, metric system for your site. To do that:
    1. Click Show advanced settings.
    2. Select Spatial Reference System.
    3. Start typing a name and select the desired spatial reference system from the options that appear.
    4. Pick a location on the map to define the base point. This will automatically fill in the x and y values of the base point. Alternatively, you can enter these values manually.
      Note: The base point is the project coordinate system origin (0,0,0) and all site data needs to be loaded within 20km of that point. The data processed in a spatial reference system will not reference that point, but will reference the related EPSG code's real-world origin.
    5. Enter the height of the base point.
    6. Optionally, define a rotation for the spatial reference system by entering the angle or the rotation of the x-axis (rx) and y-axis (ry).
  10. Click Create Site.

Moving a Site Location Pin#

Follow these steps to move a site location pin:
  1. Click on the three dots next to the site for which you want to move the site location pin.
  2. Click Move pin.
  3. In the dialog that opens, move the site location pin to the desired location.
  4. Click Save changes.