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Optioneer Update: Winter Part 2 ⛄️
Optioneer Update: Winter Part 2 ⛄️

Modernising project decision-making with advanced data management and analysis tools.

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Written by Kezia Downing
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Trade-off Analysis for Defensible Decision-Making.

Optioneer’s trade-off analysis tool simplifies the evaluation and comparison of multiple routes, illustrating their alignment with key objectives like cost efficiency, environmental, and social impact.
It features:

1. Extensive Route Options

2. Objective icons

3. Trade-off analysis graphs: Scatter graphs and sliders

4. Visual comparison of key metrics.

Simplified data grouping for audit and reporting efficiency.

With drag-and-drop data grouping, users can seamlessly group and name data layers based on various crucial aspects such as constraint types, policy relevance, permits, or internal reporting needs. Learn more →

Refine route analysis with bespoke metric ranking, aligned to internal best practices.

Optioneer's custom data ranking feature allows you to select and weigh metrics based on their potential to impact your project. This tailored approach, successfully implemented by SSE Renewables, ensures your key decision-driving criteria are appropriately considered in your route planning. Learn more →

Effortlessly integrate geodata from the most comprehensive database on the market.

The Continuum Industries Database, now a part of Optioneer, provides the most extensive collection of the latest open-source and statutory data, tailored for efficient routing. Learn more →

Expand data usability with comprehensive export options in Optioneer.

Optioneer's enhanced export feature not only allows for the convenient export of diverse output data in formats compatible with popular GIS systems like ArcGIS and QGIS.

Key aspects of this feature include:

  • Raster Export for Heatmaps

  • Shapefile Export for Polygon Results
    Learn more →

Streamline project management with role-based functionality in Optioneer.

Optioneer's updated role-based functionality categorises user roles into four distinct levels: Read, Write, Execute, and Admin. Learn more →

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