ETAP - GIS software
|Device Compatibility||Mobile & PC|
|License Duration||1 Year|
|Download Option||Free demo Available|
|Training Support||Online Training|
Geospatial Electrical Diagram: ETAP GIS creates a geospatial electrical diagram that overlays electrical symbols and data onto a GIS map. This provides a visual representation of the electrical network within its geographic context.
Automatic Electrical Equipment Warehouse Generation: ETAP GIS can automatically generate an electrical equipment warehouse based on GIS data. This eliminates the need for manual data entry and ensures that the electrical model is accurate and up-to-date.
Full Control of Analysis Results on GIS Electrical Diagram: Users have complete control over the analysis results displayed on the GIS electrical diagram. They can choose which results to display, customize the visualization, and export the data for further analysis.
Animated Flows and Alerts: ETAP GIS can animate electrical flows and display alerts on the GIS electrical diagram. This provides real-time visibility into the network's operation and helps to identify potential problems.
Direct Communication with ESRI Geodatabase®: GE Small World, Trimble, Intergraph, etc.: ETAP GIS can directly communicate with ESRI Geodatabase® and other GIS formats. This allows users to seamlessly integrate electrical data with their existing GIS systems.
Flexibility to Use Map Tiles as Background Images: ETAP GIS allows users to use map tiles from various sources, such as Google Maps or OpenStreetMap, as background images for their GIS electrical diagrams. This provides a rich visual context for the electrical network.
Flexible Use of All ETAP Modules for Analysis: ETAP GIS can be used with all ETAP modules for electrical analysis, including load flow, short circuit, arc flash, and protection. This allows users to perform a wide range of electrical analyses within the GIS environment.
Multi-layer Graphical Display of GIS & ETAP Data: ETAP GIS can display multiple layers of GIS and ETAP data simultaneously. This allows users to visualize the electrical network in relation to other GIS data, such as roads, buildings, and topography.