Dark Fibre Connection Points
No need to map all the fibre routing (although this may be useful for some customers). Just map the cabinets or chambers where you want Dark Fibre to be available.
Where duct is available (either public or privately owned), it can be mapped. Routing can be hidden of course, but important aspects like road or bridge crossings can be highlighted as these can be a huge cost saving for others.
Either disused or abandoned utility infrastructure are everywhere, as utility companies upgrade older infrastructure. They still need to be maintained and so can provide a useful way of deploying fibre in existing routes.
- Street Lights
- CCTV Poles
- Traffic Light Structures
- Bus Stops & signs
- EV Charge Points
- IoT Sensors and locations
- And more
Masts & Towers
From MNOs, aggregators or other third party commercial tower operators, or from Public Sector owners such as Police or other emergency services.
Buildings & Property
Both public and private sector – a broad spectrum of asset types including schools, libraries, museums, day centres, waste recycling facilities, country parks and farms. Heights of buildings are important for mobile and wireless connectivity, as is the analysis of roof space availability.
Land & land ownership
Available parcels of land can be mapped if the landowner is prepared to offer wayleaves and access. These can be used as useful locations for siting masts, cabinets and other infrastructure, or for providing a duct route.
Connectivity – Ethernet & Wavelengths
For operators, mapping your existing and planned commercial Ethernet and Optical Wavelength coverage provides an additional sales channel to reach your customers. Either map your connection points (nodes, cabinets etc) or your coverage area (region, polygon etc) to display where you are able to provide service.