Digital Twin of Fibre Optic Network
Combining FTTB/FTTP Fiber optic network deployment with Mobile LiDAR Mapping enhances the overall efficiency and reliability of the network infrastructure. It serves as a dynamic and accurate virtual replica of the physical Fiber Optic network which can be leveraged for various purposes, such as: Network Planning and Design Simulation and Analysis Asset Management
Fiber Optic Cables
The precise route and layout of fiber optic cables and proximity to other infrastructure elements
Locations and details of distribution boxes and other equipment along the fiber optic network are mapped
Utility Poles and Structures
The positions and attributes of utility poles, support structures, and any other elements that support or intersect with the fiber optic network
Terrain and Topography
This data is crucial for route planning and ensuring the feasibility of laying fiber optic cables
Buildings and Infrastructure
The digital twin includes accurate representations of buildings and existing infrastructure in the vicinity of the fiber optic network
Roads and Pathways:
The characteristics of roads, pathways, and other transportation infrastructure are mapped to assess challenges during network deployment and to optimize cable routing.
Vegetation and Obstacles
Mobile LiDAR can identify and map vegetation and other obstacles that may affect the fiber optic network, allowing planners to make informed decisions
Digitizing Utility Network models
Our team of experts has substantial experience using as-built drawings or existing system maps to develop an extensive inventory network of utility assets such as water, sewer, electric, and stormwater infrastructure.
Highway Assets/ Features extraction from more than 60,000 KM of road network
Mobile Mapping on geo-ref. videos
Yearly Road Conditioning and Asset Capturing
Stormwatr network model for a city in Maryland, USA., from as-builts.
Stormwater Network Model from as builds
Stormwater Network Model
Classification and vectorization of rail tracks and overhanging wires
Railway Classification & mapping
Railway Corridor LiDAR Classification
The project area of 1200 linear kms, to be completed within 4 months. A team of 30 Mobile Mapping experts working round the clock to ensure delivery of accurate, uniform and complete data. Project estimated more than 25,000 man hours.