Measuring Spot Elevation

Elevation of a point on a map or chat called spot elevations is used principally to indicate points higher than their surroundings. A spot elevation displays the actual elevation of a selected point and the top and/or bottom elevation of elements with a thickness.

1. Like measuring the elevation profile, select the marker tool from the toolbox and point anywhere on the map to check the spot elevation.

2. Click on the point and select 'Elevation Profile' from the toolbox. Select the method parameter as 'Point' and layer as 'DSM' in the dialog box.

3. Click on 'Calculate Elevation' to get the spot election results.