The company’s flagship software systems - ICS telecom, ICS designer, ICS LT and HTZ warfare - are now compatible with Microsoft’s Bing Maps. It means that clutter and interference calculations generated by ATDI’s tools can be overlaid on the highest-resolution maps available. The feature works with both Bing’s map and satellite modes and can be accessed across 20 levels of zoom. The integration comes as part of all new versions of ICS telecom, ICS designer and HTZ warfare.
“We have always prided ourselves on providing the easiest, most efficient user experience,” says ATDI managing director Cyprien de Cosson, “and the addition of the Bing maps integration adds yet another handy tool to the range of facilities available to our customers. And it comes at the best possible price – free.”
The Bing maps function means ATDI software users can readily relate their planning and modelling data to street names and landmarks, and can quickly identify the location of towers and antennas.
“It’s all about speed, accuracy and convenience,” Cyprien notes, “and those are the driving forces behind all that ATDI does.”
Customers with a technical support contract are eligible can access the latest upgrade via the customer portal. Details to follow.