From outside plant, with a focus on the geographical world, to inside plant with a focus to the inner world and schematics: Marlin provides an advanced Digital Twin of any physical network asset throughout its life cycle. Our dynamic views put the definition of a Digital Twin to the next level.  


Marlin creates maximum insights with the Marlin Dynamic Views: from a geospatial view, a trench cross-section, splice closures and butterflies. From Outside Plant to Inside Plant: Marlin creates the right insights so you can make the right decisions.


What is a Dynamic View?

If you are deep diving through your network, from the outside plant into the trench into a branching point, you need different views to interpret the information.


Where GIS will help you understand the location and its surroundings, Marlin creates more powerful dynamic views based on the lines or points you click. These views will open in dockable windows but will always be linked: highlighting information in one window, will highlight the same information in the other windows. Therefore we call this feature the Marlin Dynamic Views. One single object, unlimited representations. 


As these views are generated in dockable windows, it makes multi-screen setup extremely easy. While you navigate in one screen, you’ll see information highlighted on the other screen. When your engineers have complex information to find, they’ll have it at their fingertips.

What makes our Dynamic Views unique?


The Marlin Dynamic Views are developed once and are accessible through the Marlin Desktop and the Marlin Web solution. 


The Marlin Dynamic Views are always calculated on the fly. Other applications might store this information in the GIS or in a temporary report, resulting in too much information in your map, unnecessary replication of data and a slower user experience. 


Marlin relies on accurate data to generate these Dynamic Views. A mechanism to control accurate data becomes a necessity and led to our Marlin Automation Flows, assisting the user every second of the edit session.