nisStrom Trasse

Why using a path instead of a multi-line representation for power lines?

The problems are divers:  

  • No matter, if small town or large city: multi-line representation is confusing 
  • The seperation of medium and low voltage is often used – which has benefits as well as downsides  
  • A high maintenance effort is the opposite to the missing capture capacity  
  • Constructure companys have less staff that can read plans but more and more pipes have to be noted in the street profile. Even fitters, builders and engineers are often unable to read the plans and drawings.  
  • Leap in dimensions within the inner cities (for example to 1:125) 
  • To use AR (Augmented Reality) you need to know the real equipment positions 
  • Its a rule to document cables that are out of order  
  • Using multi-line representations brings graphic limits  
  • In the GIS presentation, routes with a bigger space to each other, could optically be melted 
  • The more cables you have in a route, the more disorts their position  
  • Multi-line representation is unsuitable for a GPS controlled measurement or survey  
  • Route applications support to be able for quick disclosures  

The solution: The data model nisStrom Trasse, especialle for densely populated areas

nisStrom

To enable an unchanged high quality of supply, energy suppliers need a reliable access to information about the structural and topological characteristics of their network infrastructure. Therefore, an optimal presentation of the reality is necessary.  
The data model nisStrom Trasse is a solution for network documentation, which does present the complex structures of an energy supply network fully in a route structure and with 100 percent automated multi-line representation.  
NisStrom Trasse is a complete route solution. It enables you to manage connection objects, consumers, domestic production systems and storage capacity.

Some highlights of the nisStrom Trasse:

  • Route and cross section management (pipe in pipe, detail sleves) 
  • Modelling of all network levels an energy supplier uses 
  • Management of internal informations 
  • Highest performance and scalability of networks from huge energy suppliers  
  • The real position of the electricity routes  

Modern route documentation in electricity (an extract):  

  • The focus is on the real position  
  • Reliable presentation via a route  
  • Simplification of the data continuation, for example to assign new cables to a existing route 
  • Easy general plan 
  • Easy changes within the inventory 
  • 100 percent automated multi-line representation  
  • The plan is easy to read 
  • Survey data can be used for information right after the takeover 
  • Better control, who gets which information 

Fully automated multi-line representation / nisNetzschema 

Logo nisNetzschemen

The multi-line representation of route documentation is automated and tracked 100 percent. Especially in the field planning, project planning and management, the net scheme for NIS Strom is for staff a solution to visualize functional connections in the network infrastructure via generalized, schematic network presentations. The solution illustrates the electrical connection of the network infrastructure, depending on the user scenarios and ensures a 100 percent automated creation and tracking of presentations. 

Some benefits of nisNet schemes:  

  • A quick realization of switching options within the operation 
  • Efficient evaluation of the network topology during the planning and project planning of network expansions or network rebuilding  
  • The automated creation of net schemes for all network levels of a energy supplier 
  • The creation of different net schemes per network level, depending on the application  
  • The individual control of the generalization depending on the network level and target scale 
  • A colorful distinction of circuit, strand and strand groups that are provided via departures 
Your contact
Marcus Praschan
Marcus Praschan
Account manager
Phone: (+49) 2364 – 9218-86