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GIS Solutions:- Telecom Industry

Author: Magik Minds
by Magik Minds
Posted: Aug 26, 2022

The competition GIS Solutions in the Indian telecom industry has also heightened considerably in the past few years. And while all the subsectors of the industry – telecom equipment, telecom services, and wireless communication – are raring to explore new growth opportunities and target enterprises for 5G and Internet of Things (IoT) applications, they must also realize they need to do so in a sustainable manner, without allowing the operations and maintenance costs to skyrocket.

Capacity Planning: Strategic network rollout decisions help telecom companies to increase their market share and remain competitive. GIS solutions combine a variety of spatial and non-spatial data sources – such as inventory, geo-marketing sources, and network architecture – and provide a single-window platform for visualization and analysis. This empowers network planners to make data-backed decisions about the most cost-effective areas for new technology rollouts, allowing them to maximize the return on investment.

Network Design: The manual network design process is slow and lacks standardization. Moreover, support and capabilities are required for all kinds of network technologies, such as long-distance fiber, FTTx, and 4G/5G wireless. Moreover, there has never been a greater need to design fiber networks precisely and quickly in order to meet the latency requirements of 5G services. In such a scenario, robust GIS software can help operators to achieve design automation with artificial intelligence (AI) techniques. This kind of technology module uses the results of high-level design to generate a detailed low-level network construction design in only 10 to 20% of the time it would have taken to create a manual design. Speeding up the design process not only cuts down the time to revenue generation but also reduces the overall time for service availability.

Network Build: The efficient management of the entire network necessitates that the inventory reflects the final as-built network, not the as-designed network. With a handheld GIS solution, field crews can capture as-built changes in real-time and integrate them back to physical inventory. Automation of this as-built update can allow operators to gain as much as 15 % in productivity savings. By integrating hundreds of different tasks being executed by multiple build teams, GIS can also help to ensure that construction costs do not end up like a loose cannon.

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Author: Magik Minds

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