HTZ WebView

Coverage publishing platform
Publishes and shares coverages for internal / external use
Flexible deployment options
Suitable for Mission support control rooms

Product Overview

HTZ WebView is a cloud-based solution to share coverage outputs in a secure and flexible way.

Compatible with the HTZ-family, it publishes coverage calculations both internally and externally on high-resolution maps. The browser-based app can be accessed on a PC, tablet or phone to display coverages with GIS layers for publication.


Features

HTZ WebView publishes coverage outputs for 2G-5G, Wi-Fi, PMR and broadcast technologies. Outputs identify GIS layers that can be selected and analysed. These multiple layer coverages (4G/5G) can display current coverage and prospective coverage plots. The solution overlaps coverage plots created in HTZ onto high-resolution map data (1-2m). Users benefit from the simplified coverages (throughput or RSRP) and can personalise the colours used.

The solution benefits from its cloud-based architecture, making it scalable and responsive while maintaining high-resolution and quality results.

Output streams export light-weight tiles to users (auto coverage tiling), with limits set for tile stream to geographical view such as Google maps. Stream tiles can be sent in multiple resolutions, depending on scale level while maintaining a constant data rate. Other key features include:

  • Data friendly - a data-centric solution that is suitable for virtual machine (VM) deployment with Windows,  Built-on Docker and Linux. The app can be installed on single or multiple VMs;
  • Scalable - it features a load-balancer for managing critical services and adapts easily to increased demands on the service owing to its vCPU/RAM environment;
  • Modular –its plug-in/plug-out architecture supports a container approach to storing faults, upgrades and outages;
  • Flexible hosting options - available as a subscription or perpetual basis from private cloud or intranet;
  • Secure - it uses an encrypted SSL reverse-proxy architecture for both front/back end and adheres to industry-standard oAuth 2.0 and SSO;
  • Adheres to standards - GIS compatible /WMS 1.3.0. Enterprise-friendly as a result of domain-specific SSO;
  • Multi-layers - to select multiple coverage analysis layers;
  • Easy coverage updates - via a portal to coverage and GIS layers. Sync and API support available;
  • Address lookup - built-in address validation and overlay;
  • GIS data overlay – allowing terrain shade-view, clutter, population, sites and vectors. Publish and share detailed coverage for internal and public use. With private and public hosting available;

HTZ WebView is well suited to Mission control rooms, as a result of its:

  • Easy to use interface
  • No specific RF knowledge needed
  • Simple installation
  • Overlays the latest heat maps published by mission planning departments.

HTZ WebView is a flexible solution and can be deployed to meet the end-user requirements.

Access to the software:

  • Internal/Intranet (private) for local LAN access only with the support
  • Cloud (private) managed by ATDI or the end-user using data centres with access via a dedicated machine or VM/s
  • ATDI shared-Cloud hosted and managed by ATDI and accessible on a subscription basis. This offers instant access to the service which can be scaled depending on demand.

Deployment

HTZ WebView is a flexible solution and can be deployed to meet the end user requirements.

Access to the software:

  • Internal/Intranet (private) for local LAN access only with support
  • Cloud (private) managed by ATDI or the end user using data centers with access via a dedicated machine or VM/s
  • ATDI shared-Cloud hosted and managed by ATDI and accessible on a subscription basis. This offers instant access to the service which can be scaled depending on demand.

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