Network design

Asset management

Mapping functions

Enterprise reporting

Design and manage your network and assets at lightning speed

  • Signal path validation Determines if a fiber or equipment has all the connections required to function
  • Find path Finds the possible signal paths to a new location
    using assets already in place
  • Contracts Assign features to a specific contract
  • Quality control Check network features against predefined
    parameters to verify correct attribution and geometry
  • Redlining Capture network elements as redlines that can
    later be converted to network features
  • Work packets Group all reports, plots, and BOM exports
    into a single downloadable file ready to
    be handed to field crews
  • Measure as you draw Measure distances as you draw a linear feature
  • Connection manager Makes connections and creates a signal path
    to features placed on a map
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  • Split span Allows the splitting of a line feature or the
    placement of a splice at a split
  • Measure tool Measure the distance or area between 2 or more features on a network
  • Permit expiration tracker Provides permit boundaries and expiration dates
  • Callouts Easily label features at a location
  • Bill of materials Generate a list of materials costs for a project
    based on features and assemblies
    within a specified area
  • Material lists Create and maintain a material catalog for the selection of new features
  • Customer turn up Connect multiple customers with varying degrees
    of existing network, analyzes selected customers and determines the missing network elements
  • Dimension lines Determine the dimensions of a selected area, for example, the distance between and edge of pavement
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  • Snapping Snap features together, making them coincident
  • Complements Shows fiber connectivity within a cable section
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  • Templates Create and edit templates for features
  • Construction tracking Track the status of a project during construction
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Easily keep your network data up to date with 3-GIS editing tools

  • Edit Features Create, place, delete, move, rotate
    and reshape features
  • Move coincident features Move a point feature and all the features
    associated with it at the same time
  • Cable and equipment sizing Change the size of a fiber cable and
    a piece of equipment
  • Fiber availability tool Identifies unassigned and assigned fibers in a cable
  • Signal trace tool Trace a signal from its origin to its destination
  • Relationship manager Manage relationships between features, for example,
    which fiber cables are associated with
    which conduits
  • Nearest feature Automatically apply attributes from one feature to another if they are placed within the set distance
  • Wavelengths management Documents wavelengths on the signal path
  • Custom block & port names Give descriptive names to ports and blocks to easily organize, edit, and review connections
  • Span View and edit the path between structures
  • Common point of failure Trace the signal for multiple addresses to a common
    point, quickly identify problem spots
  • OTDR trace Traces a signal path starting at a port on a piece of equipment, includes sequential and slackloop measurements
  • Blown fiber Blown fibers can be added to a span using
    the Signal Trace tool
  • Edit history View, undo and redo uncommitted edits
  • Signal editor Quickly view or edit the attributes on a light path of
    a strand, cable, or equipment from start to finish
  • Assign fiber Designate a fiber as assigned or unassigned
  • Ancillary networks Document multiple connected networks with the same environment
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  • Feature statistics Provides the count or number of feet of a feature within a polygon
  • Contracts Associate contracts with fiber cables
  • Auto naming Create incrementing names for features based
    on the polygon that contains them
  • Attribute editing View and edit attributes for features

Have the data you need at your fingertips with 3-GIS mapping functions and tools

  • Add multiple map views Open multiple maps at the same time
  • Drag and drop Add data to a map by simply dragging and
    dropping a .csv or .kml file
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  • External mapping data Import your basemaps and ArcGIS data for more mapping context and data
  • ArcGIS online integration Search for ArcGIS Online map services
    to use in 3-GIS Web
  • Find address tool Click on a point on the map to reveal its address or latitude and longitude coordinates
  • Smartmarks Save and view specific locations on the map
  • Map linking Link one open map to another so when
    the active map is moved, any linked maps
    move in sync.
  • Search function Conduct searches with a variety of guidelines,
    including address, latitude and longitude coordinates,
    features and attributes

Organize and export your network data in multiple formats with 3-GIS reporting tools

  • Exporting capabilities Export data on attributes, features or
    a selected area
  • Signal waypoints reports The signal waypoint report follows signal paths downstream and provide information for all the waypoints it passes through
  • Detailed signal report Allows for any field on the signal table to be output. Additionally, any field from equipment, fiber cables, fibers, splice closures, or splices can be reported on. It can also report on the index, length and accumulative length of cables as the trace progresses
  • Work packets Generate the constructable output needed to facilitate faster deployment
  • Standard plotting Prints the map that's visible in the
    browser to a plotter
  • Fiber service analysis Trace each signal from a selected equipment to its endpoint, then test the results against configured conditions
  • Panel reports The Panel Report provides data about connections
    within a patch panel feature
  • Splice schematic Provides a visual representation of how cables are spliced together
  • Plotting map books Prints multiple maps at once
  • Splice reports Provides data via a spreadsheet on how cables are spliced together
  • Schematic reports A schematics report provides a visual
    representation of network components starting from an equipment port or ports

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