Spatial Studio is available as a Java application for trial, development and testing purposes at no cost under an Oracle Technology Network License Agreement. It may be used in conjunction with any Oracle Database XE version 18c or higher. Spatial Studio Quick Start comes pre-deployed. You simply download, unzip, and run. See Get Started.
No, All licensed users of Oracle Database EE under Premier or Extended Support, Oracle Database SE2, and Oracle Database Cloud Service (all editions) are licensed to use the features of Oracle Spatial and Graph (OSG).
See Get Started.
Spatial Studio updates are planned to be released quarterly.
No. Spatial Studio is a self-service application that has been designed for the business user who does not have any GIS or Spatial knowledge. Spatial Studio is designed to enable business analysts and non-GIS developers to use the spatial features in Oracle Database and incorporate spatial analysis in applications and workflows. There is no coding required.
Yes. Spatial Studio provides a simple user interface to access the spatial features in Oracle Database for spatial filtering, aggregation, transformation, and calculation. Upon creating spatial analyses, you have visibility into the SQL that is generated for use as blueprints for further SQL development. In addition, datasets and analysis results are exposed as REST endpoints for programmatic integration. Finally, interactive map visualizations with analysis results can be integrated into other applications as embeddable web content.
Spatial Studio reads data from Oracle Databases. Spatial Studio also allows you to upload data from Excel spreadsheets, GeoJSON files, and Shapefiles to Oracle Database. Support for additional data sources and upload formats are planned for future releases.
With Spatial Studio you can visualize data as maps and tables. There are more visualizations planned for future releases.
Yes. You can have multiple maps and/or tables in a single project.
Spatial Studio provides a World Map based on HERE data. Three styles of OpenStreetMap raster basemaps are available: OSM Bright, Positron, and Dark Matter. Three styles of MapTiler vector tile basemaps are available: MapTiler Bright, MapTiler Dark Matter, and MapTiler Positron.
Administrators can create or register custom basemaps in the Console and then all Spatial Studio users can use them in map visualizations. When such basemaps are hosted inhouse, no public internet access is needed.
No, Spatial Studio can work with any data that includes addresses or latitude/longitude coordinates.
Yes, Spatial Studio 20.1 can visualize GeoRaster images, although Raster Algebra and related raster data analyses are not supported. This feature is not available in Spatial Studio 19.2.1.
By default, Spatial Studio uses Oracle Maps Cloud Service. You can also use your own instance of the Oracle Spatial Java EE Geocoder.
Yes, Spatial Studio highlights geocoding issues due to data inconsistency and allows the user to make corrections.
All countries except China, Japan, and Korea. Some countries and regions may lack 100% coverage for geocoding.
We plan to add additional enrichment capabilities (hierarchies, place names, etc.) in future releases.
Yes, REST endpoints are auto-generated for datasets and spatial analysis results.
No. Spatial Studio is part of the Oracle Database product family.
Yes. Spatial Studio analyses are persisted as database views which can be accessed by OAC. In addition, spatial data can be exported as GeoJSON for use in OAC as a custom map layer.