Software for network modelling / documentation / GIS

Israel G. Lugo israel.lugo at
Fri Feb 24 17:28:03 UTC 2017

Hey, that's really interesting!

I'm from Portugal, so the language isn't a problem ;)

>From the overview, it seems to be more focused on the passive infra, but
perhaps there may be room for developing a campus side and active
equipments. I didn't find a way to access the demo, but I'll get in
touch with them to see if we can get some cooperation going. My need is
actually for a uni, so it would be a nice touch if we work together with
an NREN.


On 02/24/2017 05:04 PM, Alex Moura wrote:
> There is the Giiro:
> Despite the content is in Brazilian Portuguese, it may work well to
> use Google Translator to read the overview.
> The software developed was funded by the Brazilian NREN. The software
> is maintained by a team of research and development.
> Alex
> Em 24 de fev de 2017, às 13:36, Israel G. Lugo
> <israel.lugo at <mailto:israel.lugo at>> escreveu:
>> On 02/24/2017 03:52 AM, Mel Beckman wrote:
>>> This tool is not cheap, but I believe it can handle all the physical
>>> plant inventory and provisioning objectives you listed:
>> Judging from the description on the PDF, that does seem to be very
>> complete. Have you used the software, had a good experience?
>> I don't have an idea of the price ballpark, but I can try to get in
>> touch with them to find out.
>> Regards,
>> Israel

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