HTZ Publisher is a cloud-based solution for sharing coverage outputs flexibly and securely.
Compatible with HTZ, it publishes coverage calculations to both internal and external users on high-resolution maps. The browser-based app can be accessed on a PC, tablet or phone. It features automated workflows which remove the need for user interactions with HTZ and allow calculations to be made automatically.
The intuitive user interface requires no training and pre-rendered maps remove overhead delays. The optimised map data formats allow large datasets to be published quickly and easily.
HTZ Publisher distributes coverage outputs for cellular, Wi-Fi, PMR and broadcast technologies.
End users can view simplified coverage maps for their chosen area. They can exploit third-party map providers like Mapbox™ and ArcGISTM or use self-hosted datasets. As an output, light-weight tiles are exported to users (auto coverage tiling), with limits set for tile streaming to services such as Google maps. Tiles can be streamed in multiple resolutions depending on the scale level while maintaining a constant data rate.
Multiple-layer coverages can be displayed alongside prospective coverage plots. HTZ Publisher combines and overlaps coverage plots created in HTZ onto high-resolution map data (1-2m). Users view simplified coverage outputs (throughput or RSRP) with personalised palette options.
A map widget can be embedded into any existing website or portal with minimal changes required.
Key features include:
HTZ Publisher is well suited to Mission control rooms because it features:
This flexible solution can be deployed to meet the end users’ exact requirements. ATDI offer a configuration service with deployments defined according to existing infrastructures.
Access to the software: