Modern web interface
Runs on all popular browsers and operating systems
Supports mobile devices smartphones, tablets...
Various LinkVis modules can be freely combined (individual modules can be used independently)
Freely configurable UI
Users can configure how data are to be displayed to promote efficient work practices – in the GIS view and also in forms
Flexible import/export interfaces
Web interfaces (SOAP/REST) and file uploads (KML/KMZ) based on a relational database
The map view can be used to display and evaluate a wide variety of data, including radio links, traffic networks and other geographical information.
These data can be thematized in a schematic representation in order to graphically highlight the relevant information in an application context.
LinkVis supports the common GIS standards such as WMS, KML, etc...
The data can be comfortably viewed and edited in a web application via browser.
Manual processing and context-related automatisms for prefilling and updating the data are possible.
New fields are freely configurable and can be restricted by specifying a data type, length and value.
Individual fields can be context-sensitively sperated for input depending on workflow progress, to prevent, for example, data relevant to the ordering of materials from being changed after the ordering process has been completed.
Of course, mass data maintenance is also possible using standard methods such as Excel import, REST or SOAP.
On the basis of status values, the life cycle of an object can be tracked and controlled and thus represents a comprehensible workflow as a working basis.
The more detailed status values are document for each individual steps within the workflow, such as "parameter data planned", "order placed" or "TÜV acceptance".
Each process step within the workflow is documented with a time stamp and thus offers the best basis for evaluations and reports.
The Quality Radar supports the continuous improvement of networks through analysis tools, statistics and real-time evaluations. The knowledge gained can be used for vulnerability analysis, process optimization and management reporting. This is supported by interactive graphics and a flexible export to common formats such as PDF, Microsoft Word, Excel or PowerPoint.