Remote telecom network engineering is all about reducing the number of engineering field visits by bringing the field to the engineer. This can reduce costs, improve designs, and accelerate time-to-market. One of the most crucial pieces to remote engineering is geographic data. In order to bring the field to the engineer, the engineer needs to have as much data and intelligence about the field as possible in order to make a calculated decision. This data might include existing or potential asset locations, like poles and power supplies, or it might be high quality aerial imagery and LiDAR data. All of these geographic datasets that help create a Digital Twin of the real world can be collected, stored, and made available to your engineers through ArcGIS.
Meeting customers’ growing expectations for new telecommunications services is challenging and crucial in a highly competitive market. Upgrading networks with the latest technology is only part of the solution. Delivering a superior customer experience also requires real-time dynamic visibility and insight into your network and business operations. For this, you need Operational Intelligence enabled by Web GIS and ArcGIS Enterprise 10.5.
Here we are once again, so close to the Esri User Conference! Below is a list of the many places where you will be able to learn more about Survey123 for ArcGIS. Note: The new Esri Events app has just been … Continue reading
Imagine if, in a few clicks, you could answer multiple-factor spatial questions like Where are the areas on low angled slopes, in shrubby vegetation and are far from roads? What if you could do that and emphasize the importance of one … Continue reading
What’s New with ArcGIS for Electric, Emergency Management, Gas, Local Government, State Government, Telecommunications and Water (June 2017)
During the June 2017 ArcGIS Solutions Release 19 new Solution Products were added to ArcGIS, 26 Solution Products were updated and 22 changed lifecycle phase. New Solution Products Demolition Tracker enables the public to track building demolitions and understand associated … Continue reading
Our next update to GeoPlanner for ArcGIS will occur in conjunction with ArcGIS Online at the end of June 2017. This is going to be a great update with lots of goodies to help you plan, design and test scenarios. … Continue reading
You’ll have many opportunities at the 2017 Esri User Conference to learn about GeoPlanner for ArcGIS and how it can help you plan, design and test scenarios.
Drone2Map for ArcGIS version 1.2 is available for download from My Esri and the Drone2Map for ArcGIS Help Site. This release builds on the themes of ease of use and automation by adding in key features for batch processing, sharing web maps, and … Continue reading
Delivering fiber backhaul to potentially tens of thousands of new and existing cell sites requires careful planning to optimize the fiber routes. This traditionally manual, costly, and time consuming process can now be automated using spatial analysis tools. Esri offers a Backhaul Optimization model solution template that is built on the ArcGIS Network Analyst extension for ArcGIS Desktop. When given a set of wireless access points (for example, cell towers) and a set of network access points, the Backhaul Optimization model will quickly generate an optimized network topology and routing plan detailing how cell sites can be connected to the network.
Do you use paper forms in your workplace? Survey123 for ArcGIS is a simple and intuitive form-centric data gathering solution for creating, sharing, and analyzing surveys in 3 easy steps.