Intrasis Explorer

Intrasis Explorer is the core of the Intrasis System. The software is available in two versions; server and client.

Lates version is 2.2 Build 103

In Intrasis Explorer you administer, import, edit and register excavation data. Data is handled dynamic and structure, nomenclature etc can be modified by the user. For increased security there are two levels of system rights; user and administrator. The program is designed for multi-user environment, both at the site or in an office environment. A backup function secures data even at field offices.

Administer the site database
You can for instance store information about the site, environment, coordinate system, technical equipment and staff. You control user rights to the site database, structure, nomenclature – all according to the documentation strategy of you choice . Collected data is easily controlled and its quality checked.

Measurement and documentation
A method for measurement and coding is provided with the Intrasis system to facilitate easy import of archaeological information. By measurement the objects are given identities and you also have the possibility to create relations between objects for example between a find and a feature. You can also state attribute information of an object. Data from measurement instruments are stored in measurement files which are transferred to your PC.


Import and edit of measurement data
Measurement files transferred to you PC is imported to the system by the Import Wizard. The data is converted to GeoObjects that can be edited in several ways. You can for example move, add or delete vertices. Of course you can also change attributes of the object.

Register and create relations
When data have been imported to Intrasis you can start handling them within the system. Attributes can be registered and the system also facilitates long text descriptions. To the objects you can relate digital pictures e.g. photos or scanned drawings. By creating relations between the objects the different information from e.g. a posthole and a sample analysis is joined.