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ArcGIS Schematics Key Features

Automatic Diagram Generation

ArcGIS Schematics automatically generates geoschematic and pure schematic views from existing network data, thus limiting the number of operations needed to build architecture and maintain network data updates. ArcGIS Schematics provides greater return on investment by saving you time and money.


ArcGIS Schematics allows you to see the same set of network features in different graphic representations: geographic, geoschematic, and schematic. Multiple schematics, such as logical and physical displays, provide a better understanding of how a network is organised and help accelerate decision-making cycles.

Dynamic Interaction with GIS

ArcGIS Schematics complements GIS technology in the design, construction, and management of networks because it emphasises the location in the geographic space. Diagrams are displayed as a layer in ArcMap to simplify the user interface and the printing of diagrams.

Data-Driven Solution

As a data-driven solution, ArcGIS Schematics provides high-quality, reliable results and up-to-date representations of the network for any industry.

Regardless of the data model, the symbology is driven by attributes in the geodatabase, preventing discrepancies between the schematic and the database and eliminating the need for a redundant database. All information is stored and managed in a geodatabase for ease of integration, editing, and multiple-user access.

Customisable Algorithms

The layout algorithms of ArcGIS Schematics allow the representation of any type of network or diagram including outside and inside plant diagrams. These algorithms can be configured and customised to fit industry needs, company standards, and specific departmental needs within companies. Algorithms may also be created from scratch using a COM-compliant programming language.

Multiple Data Source Access

Users can manage both spatial and nonspatial data with ArcGIS Schematics and interact with a geodatabase and other network-related databases within a single session. Integration of corporate-wide data provides the means to effectively manage network assets.