Who we are: get to know SEPM

Let us introduce ourselves. Whether you just read about our software solutions for the first time, whether we’ve already been making your life easier for years with our products or you want to use our longstanding expertise for a consulting project.

Release Version 2020-01

The SEPM Smallworld Products Version 2020-01 now cover the following new functionality:

The support for NEPLAN V10 was further enhanced with numerous detail improvements. For example, geographic coordinates are now written to the ListXML to facilitate the navigation to Google Maps, the default mapping was amended with configurations for energy storage, synchronous and asynchronous machines, the low voltage export is now extended with medium voltage objects of the station diagram, and much more.

Additional improvements include, among other items, the support for ISYBAU 2017-07, a facility to select the KML-Name in the user interface for KML output, a new option to complement the DXF layer name with the database name, the use of environment variables for the path names, the support for SIA405 LKMap LV95 (SIA405_LKMap_2015_2_d-20180427.ili) in all SIA405 interfaces.

Interested? Contact SEPM today for a demo or additional information, readily also through a ticket in our new Support Portal.

SEPM is changing

We’ve started the year 2020 with some exciting news, here at SEPM. On our new website we constantly keep you up to date in our blog. And with the updated SEPM design and materials we want to make it easier for our distributors to explain our product range to new customers and find the perfect solution together for a more efficient data processing.

At the end of 2019 Mario joined us as a sales director and will from now on take care of all needs of our worldwide users and partners.

Current Use Cases of SEPM products

The intermediary TFMD (Translator Feature Model and Data) format developed by SEPM covers in addition to commonly used data types like vector, raster and 3D also meta information like symbology and visibilities. Mapping a particular source or target system to the TFMD opens therefore almost limitless application possibilities, for example:

Generation of KML files for 3D visualization – Export of GIS heating data to NEPLAN – Generation of a database from an INTERLIS model – Export of electric networks to NEPLAN for network calculations – Import/Export of AutoCAD DXF/DWG for design planning – Transfer of Shapefiles with 3D multipatch geometry types – Migration of GIS data – Import of orthophotos – Import/Export of XPlanung GML – Import/Export of SIA405 LKMap to exchange data with partners and authorities – Import/Export of ISYBAU waste water data – Import of Shape data to PNI

Who we are: get to know SEPM

Let us introduce ourselves. Whether you just read about our software solutions for the first time, whether we’ve already been making your life easier for years with our products or you want to use our longstanding expertise for a consulting project.

Release Version 2020-01

The SEPM Smallworld Products Version 2020-01 now cover the following new functionality:

The support for NEPLAN V10 was further enhanced with numerous detail improvements. For example, geographic coordinates are now written to the ListXML to facilitate the navigation to Google Maps, the default mapping was amended with configurations for energy storage, synchronous and asynchronous machines, the low voltage export is now extended with medium voltage objects of the station diagram, and much more.

Additional improvements include, among other items, the support for ISYBAU 2017-07, a facility to select the KML-Name in the user interface for KML output, a new option to complement the DXF layer name with the database name, the use of environment variables for the path names, the support for SIA405 LKMap LV95 (SIA405_LKMap_2015_2_d-20180427.ili) in all SIA405 interfaces.

Interested? Contact SEPM today for a demo or additional information, readily also through a ticket in our new Support Portal.

SEPM is changing

We’ve started the year 2020 with some exciting news, here at SEPM. On our new website we constantly keep you up to date in our blog. And with the updated SEPM design and materials we want to make it easier for our distributors to explain our product range to new customers and find the perfect solution together for a more efficient data processing.

At the end of 2019 Mario joined us as a sales director and will from now on take care of all needs of our worldwide users and partners.

Current Use Cases of SEPM products

The intermediary TFMD (Translator Feature Model and Data) format developed by SEPM covers in addition to commonly used data types like vector, raster and 3D also meta information like symbology and visibilities. Mapping a particular source or target system to the TFMD opens therefore almost limitless application possibilities, for example:

Generation of KML files for 3D visualization – Export of GIS heating data to NEPLAN – Generation of a database from an INTERLIS model – Export of electric networks to NEPLAN for network calculations – Import/Export of AutoCAD DXF/DWG for design planning – Transfer of Shapefiles with 3D multipatch geometry types – Migration of GIS data – Import of orthophotos – Import/Export of XPlanung GML – Import/Export of SIA405 LKMap to exchange data with partners and authorities – Import/Export of ISYBAU waste water data – Import of Shape data to PNI

Our pillars

SEPM has long-standing experience thanks to the completion of numerous projects and the ongoing development of SEPM product solutions. Services and products cater for different market verticals, for example utilities (electricity, gas, water, sewage, heating), telecom (mobile, landline), authorities (local, regional), logistics (road, rail) or real estate management.

Customer feedback

Our Smallworld users have been using SEPM X-Translator to convert Shapefile and DXF/DWG data in and out of our Smallworld GIS database for a number of years. We believe it is, hands-down, the easiest, most accurate, and most cost-effective tool for sharing spatial data between Smallworld and other GIS systems.
Eric Kappmeier, Information Technology, Modesto Irrigation District