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A Mundi Demonstration system is available during the 2015 Digital Energy International Software Summit in Frankfurt

The demonstration system is using Electric Office.

Mundi Product details describes the functionality available within Mundi

The demonstration system showcases some additional functionality which is available in the Mundi 4.3.1 release.

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GEIS will be exhibiting at the 2015 Digital Energy Summit in Frankfurt Germany.

Come along to booth #23 to see

  • Mundi - an enhanced Network Viewer client without limits - including Electric Office and PNI Support
  • Pathfinder - finds fiber paths between two structures in a fibre network

You will also be able to run the Mundi Electric Office Demonstration system on your own device during the conference.

 

 

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GEIS will be exhibiting at the 2015 Digital Energy Americas Software Summit in Colorado Springs, Colorado

Come along to booth #8  to see 

  • Mundi - Network Viewer client without limits - including Electric Office and PNI Support.
  • Pathfinder
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GEIS is proud to announce the release of Pathfinder 3.0

Pathfinder has additional functionality to allow an operator at the sheath level.

More information about Pathfinder can be found here.

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Mundi provides configuration support for business collections.

A business collection enables data to be presented in a denormalised form flat manner.

This is of great benefit when using the Installation / Asset model the is present in a number of the Office suites.

An example using Electric Office can be viewed

 

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Mundi provides additional behaviour focused specifically on Network Inventory Gateway (PNI).

Mundi includes three tools to support exploration of the PNI datamodel. These are the Structure Browser, Connectivity Browser and Connectivity Diagram, which enable the user to drill down into the content and cable connections of a particular object.

 
The PNI Find tool leverages the hierarchical nature of the PNI data model to provide a telecoms-specific search wizard.
 
 
 
The PNI Tracing interface provides the user with similar OTDR, Copper Fault and Copper Loop Makeup traces to those available within full-seat PNI.
 
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GEIS will be exhibiting at the 2014 Digital Energy International Software Summit in Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Come along to booth #18  to see 

  • Mundi - Network Viewer client without limits
  • Pathfinder
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GEIS will be exhibiting at the Digital energy 2014 Americas Software Summit.

Come along to booth #5 to see

  • Mundi - a Network Viewer based client with full support for PNI and Electric Office
  • Pathfinder
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Mundi provides additional behaviour focused specifically on the Office suites.

The Mundi Electric Office extensions include Electrical network tracing and visibility controls.

  • Tracing.

Mundi enables the full Electric Office tracing functionality to be made from within a GE Network

Viewer

  • Visualisation

Electric Office makes extension use of the visualisation to enable what is presented in the map

to reflect what is relevant. 

This is done via options to control:

1.       Colour by

2.       Visibility (i.e. what is to be drawn)

Mundi greatly improves the performance by ensuring the visualisation is completely cached. 

This will result much faster response times when a user (or any user) revisits the same area.

This is demonstrated below:

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GE Network Viewer supplies tiled maps in the OGC WMTS format and is designed to be extended to enable the goal of “small focused apps” to be delivered.

We tend to think of these applications as more business-process and task-focused than just a generic solution.

The complete Mundi functionality can be delivered as a Network Viewer extension.  This gives the best of both worlds where no Network Viewer behaviour is lost but is in fact extended along with a number additional REST services.

The cornerstone of Mundi is a consistent XML configuration. The configuration will drive the client configuration and what functionality is exposed.  It is possible to swap on the fly between various roles.  This enables small business task focused applications where appropriate to be used in conjunction with a more generic solution with the user interface morphing as required.

An introduction to Mundi can be found here:

 

The Mundi Network Viewer extensions include:

 

  1.  Caching

The caching has been extending to include all worlds and universes. 

All non-geographic data now has the option of caching.

 

 

2.       Spatial Contexts 

Mundi extends the asset lister to support non-geographic contexts.

e.g. If you select a switch which exists within a Substation Internal a user has the option of view the Substation internal.

 

3.       Layer Control

 The Mundi Layer control enables relationships to be defined between layers.

 

This enables control of data where the visualisation may result in ambiguity if viewed in conjunction with another layer. 

 

E.g. If flooding and land zoning data used some of the same colour palette selecting one would ensure the other is turned off.

Also useful when multiple Air Photos are available to ensure just one is drawn.

 

 4.       Explorer

Mundi provides a fully functioning Explorer.

The explorer has support for the usual Office Exports (Excel, Word etc) along with KML.

A sample KML export is shown below

5.       KML

             KML is supported within Mundi from an import and export point of view.

To import KML files it is as simple as dragging and dropping the file into Mundi to enable visualisation of the data.

KML files can also be created via exporting from the Explorer.

6.       Measurer

Mundi provides a simple measurer tool implemented using trails.

 

Projection support is provided for the trail as required.

 

 7.       Plotting

Mundi provides a restful server side generated plotting.

 

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