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1505 - Leveraging Your Data Using the Intergraph Smart Electrical Web API

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Smart Electrical Web API opens a world of possibilities for accessing project data, including retrieving and viewing data from multiple projects at a single endpoint and accessing data from a device where Intergraph Smart Electrical is not installed. This session will begin with a discussion of installing and configuring the web API environment including client tools such as Postman and obtaining web client credentials. We will continue with a series of labs where you will learn how to access meta and project specific data using pre-configured queries as well as your own queries. Examples will include accessing the EDM (Entity Data Model), plant metadata, items and their properties in a project, such as motor and cable collections, documents list, user defined fields (UDF), and select lists. You will also learn how to use in your query a variety of functions and methods such as count, order by, filters and more. You will learn how to use the Web API to update item properties as well as Power BI, a data visualization toolset to produce custom reports consumed from the Web API data that allows electrical engineers and stakeholders to see the big picture, make informed decisions, identify significances, and track trends over time to reduce cost and stay on schedule. Other topics include: visualized reports such as total motor count per unit and its manufacturer distribution, or total cable material to order per cable type, list of power cable ready to publish to S3D per unit, cables count already routed in 3D and more.

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