Huntsville, AL — 3-GIS, a leading innovator in telecom network management solutions, is proud to announce the launch of its 3-GIS | CAD extension, a cutting-edge advancement that promises to transform the way engineers and designers approach fiber network development and asset management.
Fiber networks are the backbone of modern connectivity, demanding meticulous planning and precision. To meet these challenges head-on, 3-GIS has engineered a solution that bridges the gap between Computer-Aided Design (CAD) and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). This integration takes network design to new heights, offering a seamless interface within 3-GIS | Web, the company's flagship network management platform. Through this synergy of CAD and GIS, users gain unprecedented control over their network designs, unlocking enhanced detail, efficiency, and compliance.
"We're thrilled to unveil 3-GIS | CAD, a testament to our commitment to bridging the gap between GIS-based technology and traditional CAD-based output," said Michael Measels, VP of Marketing and Product Management at 3-GIS. "This integration empowers engineers and designers to visualize, plan, design, permit, and implement fiber networks with the unparalleled precision of CAD while utilizing the spatial intelligence of GIS. It's a game-changer for our customers."
Key features of 3-GIS | CAD include:
- Create CAD files directly from your 3-GIS features.
- CAD drawings can be referenced adjacent to the map view of the network for a holistic view.
- Files can be created, accessed, and updated directly within the 3-GIS | Web interface.
For more information about 3-GIS | CAD, please visit here.
3-GIS is a leading provider of network management solutions for the telecommunications industry. With a focus on innovation and customer-centric solutions, 3-GIS empowers companies to design, manage, and optimize their networks. The introduction of 3-GIS | CAD further solidifies the company's commitment to advancing the growth of broadband infrastructure.