This update is primarily to make final updates to the enhanced IKE Form that we created in Quick Pole.
The biggest changes are:
1) You can now collect data for a wide array of items, not just poles
2) You can now capture civic addresses served at the location you collect. This means you can collect data with Quick Pole's IKE form to help you design Fiber to the Home (FTTH) networks, among others.
3) Mid Span measurements have been expanded so that you can capture additional details about the wires above and below your item of interest, plus capture a Clearance requirement type at that point as well.
There is no need to update your current data collection forms as they will continue to work. Over the next couple of weeks there will be another update to ensure that all data collected in the new form is imported properly; thanks to data provided by our lead customer for these features.
Another change is around the NESC Clearance Tables. The values in the Standard and Metric Unit tables are slightly different. Different enough that it could make a difference when generating Violations for Attachments. We now have both sets of tables included in Quick Pole. The one used (metric vs. standard) will be based on the "Units" selected in the Project Settings tab of your project.