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Telecommunication. Energy. Water. Gas. Heating. We use it everyday. Should the delivery of these fail, it does not take long for societies to suffer severe consequences. Behind the distribution, there is not only a need to digitalize the utility networks – we also have to contribute to a smarter and better future.
Field work is often required to keep utility networks delivering broadband, electricity, water, gas and heating. By using mobile solutions, the field engineer can access all network data whilst being out in the field, thus ensuring that the Digital Twin remains a perfect visualization of the real network.
In the UK, at least 85 percent of premises are to have gigabit broadband connection by 2025. Rob Leenderts tells you how dpCom’s specially designed PIA API helps network owners before, during and after the fibre rollout.
Many utility network providers rely on a traditional GIS to support their network. There is also the option to really take control of a network. With the advanced support of a NIS, you will gain detailed information about your assets, and understand how this information creates a sustainable service and business.
The world is changing, and it is changing fast. We stay connected, and the Internet is our platform. Without reliable and sustainable fiber networks, it would not be possible.
Electricity, and all we can do thanks to the supply of it, is a natural part of our everyday lives. Should an outage occur, electric network operators can get invaluable support for field engineers, customer support staff and end-customers.
In the modern world, we use more electricity than ever. Not only because we have more devices – it is also one of the most environmentally friendly ways to power up our days.
Do you want to enhance the productivity of your fibre network, whilst securing quality and efficiency? With a digital twin, you take full control of your data.
By Joel Pirard Are your plotted network schematics already outdated when they leave the office? Do you spend too much time synchronizing plans and documentation? …