In DBF map environment you can choose among different types of base maps on top of which other layers are displayed. This enables you to have different visualization styles for different information in the map environment. The available base maps are: Map, Satellite and Terrain. Additionally you can switch on or off the 3D buildings layer on top any of the available base maps.
Open Base Layers Panel
In order to open the base layers panel click on the map pin button located at the bottom left side of the ribbon menu. Once you click on it, you will see the available options on the left side panel.
Toggle Base Layers You can switch through: Map, Satellite and Terrain. These can only be displayed one at a time.
Base Map visualization This base map displays geo-located shaded map view.
Base Satellite Map visualization This base map displays geo-located satellite photography and points of interest represented as icons in the map.
Base Terrain Map visualization Orbit around by pressing and holding the right button of your mouse to view map in perspective and appreciate terrain topography. The Terrain base map also provides contour lines visualization at 8m intervals.
In addition to the base map visualization, you can turn on or off 3D buildings with approximate heights. In order to see them zoom in and orbit your camera to perspective to appreciate 3D representation. Buildings information is based on OSM data and may vary depending on the area of the world your project is located. To learn more about this, visit our section on data sources under resources.