What it is
SchemaGeo is the core of the SchemaSuite, which allows you to input the complete geography of your network.
SchemaGeo is presented in the form of a simple GIS developed with ease of use in mind, which describes your trenches and your ducts/pipes. It allows you to define a specific precision for each of your trenches.
Trenches, ducts/pipes, cables, and sections
The strength of SchemaGeo lies in its simplicity of use. A few clicks are enough to create a new trench.
The laying of ducts/pipes in the trenches is done naturally by dragging and dropping the objects into their new container. SchemaGeo displays a cross-sectional view of each trench containing duct/pipe and cable. The cuts can be positioned wherever the user wants along the trench.
SchemaGeo allows you to produce data in multiple coordinate systems. Imported data is automatically transformed into the default system of the database chosen initially. Exported data can be transformed into the WGS84 system.
We can add new coordinate systems according to your requests.
All SchemaSuite products allow you to work on a multitude of tiled backgrounds.
Our solution is capable of displaying the following types:
- Tuiles XYZ
In addition to the map background, SchemaSuite also manages a custom additional spatial table that allows you to input your desired background data, such as a cadastral plan of your buildings.
Using QGIS or ESRI, you can directly drag your data into this table.
SchemaGeo has a whole range of tools developed in collaboration with surveyors to precisely position all elements entered based on field measurements.
All data produced by SchemaGeo is contained in spatial tables in a database.
Each type of object (Node: chambers, houses, poles… and Branch: trenches, cables, conduits) is separated in its own spatial table, allowing for easy visualization with any external GIS.
GPS data import
SchemaGeo contains a geographic data import module that allows you to directly import files produced by your GPS to create a series of points.
The created points then serve as anchor points for drawing your future objects. SchemaGeo’s GIS contains a magnetic snapping system that easily allows you to draw from point to point to create your new objects very simply.