View our series of free videos designed to help you get started with the iVN.
This video covers how to navigate the iVN and an introduction to the main tools found on the platform.
How to set up a project. Including how to import existing geometry from OpenStreetMap, check and edit building properties, and include details of buildings yet to be built.
This video covers creating network models in 2D schematic and geographical layouts. Including working within the 2D view and the understanding the interconnections that exist with the 3D model.
How to import real-life operational data from a building or group of buildings using the iSCAN tool. This enables you to in simulate network demand within iVN using real-measured values.
This video looks at the energy simulation tool available with the iVN, that can be used to generate building energy demand profiles for buildings in your network where measured data is not available.
This video explains how to import data from iCIM into iVN. This enables you to automatically populate your iVN model with simulated data from an iCD model and/or measured data available in iSCAN.
Weather is an important aspect of running simulations with the iVN. This video covers how to import and assign weather files within your iVN project.
Work within the 2D network viewer to add network installations from the asset library. How to create assets, connect them to nodes, and understanding the supply/demand and commodity relationships. Including how to inspect and edit default technical specifications.
This video navigates around the geographical, schematic and custom views within iVN.
How to create different variant models in order to explore how changes to building weather or network properties affect network performance.
After you’ve created your electricity grid or heating/cooling network you’ll be able to analyse results and compare different scenarios. This video covers how to undertake analysis and investigate how hypothetical modifications you are testing out will effect network performance.
How to set up a more detailed electrical model around a node using power flow modelling. Create busses and branches in any arrangement to model the existing/planned distribution network on site.