Planning FTTx Networks with QGIS


When you are planning an FTTx network, you will need - at a certain point in time - geographical information (GIS data) about your area: information about the location of demand points (buildings, antennas, ...) and streets. This GIS data is typically used for creating a to-build plan for your fibre network: all fibre cables, ducts, routes, POP, distribution points, ... are documented in a detailed GIS network.

ODN design integrated with GIS


ODN Design and GIS

Comsof introduces its solution for ODN (optical distribution network) design, combined with GIS: FiberPlanIT.
FiberPlanIT combines two kinds of input in order to roll-out the optimal network design. The result? The optimal topology of your network in GIS files, and a bill of material that lists the volume of the used equipment.

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