GIS for Electric

Geospatial Electrical Diagram

Geospatial Electrical Diagram

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ETAP Geospatial Electrical Diagram provides an editable environment for electrical assets and connectivity combined with geospatial data. Geospatial information can be imported from many third party systems or can be modeled directly within Geospatial Electrical Diagram. ETAP Geospatial Electrical Diagram automatically generates substation, equivalent circuit and feeder one-line diagrams using the corresponding geographical data of power distribution systems.
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Electrical system data is synchronized from GIS into ETAP thereby maintaining the relationship between them. The results are displayed on one-line diagrams and geographical background maps providing a seamless view of the power system within ETAP.

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Electrical Diagram Benefits

  • Reduce data-entry costs by using GIS-updated engineering data for system studies
  • Automatic error correction for voltage and phase avoids duplicate/incorrect data entry
  • Automatic electrical equipment warehouse generation optimized database size
  • Full control of analysis results displayed on the GIS electrical diagram
  • Animated flows and alerts
  • Direct communication with
    • ESRI Geodatabase®
    • GE SmallWorld
    • Hexagon G/Tech, etc.
  • Flexibility to use map tiles as background images for spatial awareness
  • Flexible use of all ETAP modules for analysis
  • Multi-layer graphical display of GIS & ETAP data
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Electrical Diagram Benefits

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Electrical Diagram Capabilities

  • Synchronize GIS data to ETAP projects
  • Perform add, modify, or delete actions for data synchronization
  • Control modification and accept/reject actions via graphical user interface
  • Map GIS data to ETAP via graphical user interface
  • Use map tools – zoom in, zoom out, full extent, pan, etc.
  • Perform consistency checks during data exchange
  • Substitute missing information with ETAP defaults and library data
  • Enter data in GIS and/or ETAP
  • DirectX 2D technology
  • Fast and intelligent network reduction techniques
  • Data Manager for bulk equipment parameter manipulation
  • Data Warehouse for reducing and optimizing the size of the equipment database
  • Topology based network component tracing
  • Theme management for equipment de-cluttering, coloring, symbols, precision, etc.
  • Reduce data-entry costs by using GIS-updated engineering data for system studies
  • Avoid duplicate/incorrect data entry
  • Full control of analysis results displayed on the GIS

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