Complete end to end management software for the design and construction of fibre networks
Reduce costly service interruptions and make network construction more efficient by collecting live asset information from the field with KOREC Capture’s Fibre module. Accurate real-time operational intelligence allows telecom installers and internet service providers to develop robust maintenance strategies to keep customers connected.
Collect live asset information of telecommunications systems to build real-time network status maps
Analyse location data and photographs of issues to mitigate costly service interruptions
Respond by dispatching ground staff to problems immediately, minimising network downtime
Quickly and accurately survey existing site conditions using the customisable Capture field collection app connected to survey grade GPS
Host multiple data sources including mobile mapping data plus dynamic links to existing legacy GIS and CAD solutions
Dedicated fibre workflows for full network design including wire splitting, wayleave surveys and automated generation of bill of quantities
In filed design validation, scheduling and construction planning workflows
Full workforce management and automated construction progress reporting
Lone worker tracking and health and safety management through rule-based data input
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Trimble technology and the Geospatial Commission’s NUAR map project
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