Smallworld GIS

Discover wide range of Smallworld GIS solutions

Globema specializes in industry specific, GE Smallworld-based, spatial resources management systems for companies that operate various networks. Our products provide functionalities for network inventory, planning and design of network upgrades, operational support and outage management.

Smallworld Core

GE innovative network software solutions are primarily based on Smallworld™ Core Spatial Technology. This revolutionary, object-oriented, database-driven product provides a powerful, consistent architecture at the heart of many applications, such as those used for planning electric, gas and water distribution systems, designing telecommunications networks and evaluating strategic market opportunities. The software integrates with other products that require spatial information, including systems for customer relationship management, market analysis, network and work management.

Why to implement Smallworld GIS?

  • Market proven portfolio of products that support the full life-cycle for network assets from strategic planning, design and build to operations support
  • Over 1000 enterprise customers selected Smallworld as their GIS platform
  • Architecture is built with open technology standards and supports scaling to the largest customers’ needs
  • Deployment options using industry leading technology platform solutions

How can Globema support your Smallworld system?

Globema is one of the leading Smallworld Value-Added-Resellers worldwide, with the second-largest team of Certified Smallworld Professionals. We provide the full scope of professional Smallworld services.

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Business Process Modules

Smallworld Core provides a comprehensive portfolio of solutions that support the critical processes within the plan, design, build, operate and maintain lifecycle of network asset intensive industries.

Strategic Planning

Spatial information helps planners understand where new networks should be targeted, where additional investment is required to meet forecasted demand for capacity, and where business justification for investments in network upgrades is needed. Smallworld GeoSpatial Analysis allows users to access customer and market demographic data, network infrastructure footprint, service areas and finance data to create possible strategies for proposed network investment plans.

Network Planning

At district level, planners need to understand the detail of the underground and overhead network assets and their relationship with new construction, other operated networks and public works to plan maintenance and network extensions. Smallworld Core Spatial Technology can model and represent the network in different spatial views, representing geographic, underground networks and assets within buildings, together with annotations of the existing and planned network in a single environment.

Network Design

Spatial information from a number of sources needs to be combined with the current network in a design environment where designers can lay out a number of solutions to a new service or maintenance work request. Smallworld Design Manager provides a geospatial-based design environment to manage the proposed network changes. Cost information for the proposed network changes can be used as part of the design approval within the spatial environment and this information shared with Enterprise Asset Management systems using Smallworld Business Integrator

Network Build

To support construction crews building a network, accurate engineering maps of the planned assets need to be provided as part of the job packs issued to work crews. Post construction, as-built information returned to the organization needs to be stored to accurately document the network as it has been constructed. Smallworld Core Spatial Technology’s quality management tools combined with manual or electronic updates submitted to the network inventory facilitate an up-to-date and consistent source of network data.

Network Service

To support the go live switching of the network build, the planned view of the network model needs to be passed to other operational systems as a connected network model with geographic and schematic views. Additionally, some self-service applications need to be delivered from the enterprise through the Internet to contractors and customers as web applications.

All Smallworld Solutions

pni

Physical Network Inventory

GE Smallworld PNI

lni

Logical Network Inventory

GE Smallworld LNI

ona

Optical Network Atlas for PNI

prm

Physical Route Manager for PNI

ops

Optical Path Scheme for PNI

radio

Radio Network Inventory for PNI

catv

Cable TV Design for Smallworld PNI

service

Service Inventory for PNI & LNI

dqt

Data Quality Tool for Smallworld GIS

nims2

Network Inventory Maintenance Support

logical_b

Logical Browser for LNI

lni_conn

LNI-Connector

dh

DH.GIS – Heat Network Management

water

Smallworld Water Office

gas

Smallworld Gas Distribution Office

gas_d

Smallworld Global Transmission Office

energy

Smallworld Electric Office