The model used for Transmission Pipeline optimization should reflect the system your company is constructing by specifying the type of pipeline to be built, ensuring development lines up with potential assets.
When constructing Transmission Pipelines, take into account any Start, Intermediate, and End points which the network should run through. By routing based on these locations, you will produce a system as optimized as possible.
Integrated Geomancy can include as many supplemental datasets and constraints as your team wishes to include. Enhance your model and optimization results by exploring which variables are most often used.
With the Analysis tools available in Integrated Geomancy, your team has the power to tell the system where it will start and end - and even where it will stop along the way. By generating Transmission Pipeline routes based on this information, you ensure the field matches the assets housed within it.
To help generate Transmission Pipeline routes in an environmental as realistic as possible, we encourage you to include as many and as varied input spatial datasets within the Integrated Geomancy model as you have available. This input is used to generate surface models off of which optimization will be based.