We use one of the most advanced softwares available on the market for the planning and designing of Fiber to the home networks. Every step is cost optimized to make the network as cost efficient and easy to build as possible. We are able to take existing infrastructure into account, so that already existing ducts can be used and we can even avoid cutting through existing shallow cables.
We are using a very advanced software, that with the help of rules and prices, always chooses the most cost efficient way to create a fiber to the home network. All we need to know to get started with your area is an address list of the houses to be connected. If you already have a central office node we can take that in to account in the design. Alternatively the program will suggest the best place for the node for a cost optimized network.
The design is started by the drawing of a map, where all buildings and streets are added. We also add where the fiber cable is supposed to enter each building. Then all possible routes for trenching is added. Finally we enter prices and a set of rules so that the software will be able to automatically calculate the most cost optimized design of the network.
The output is good looking, cost optimized drawings for your FTTH network. Only thing left is to add a few things for simplifying the use in the field, such as labels with what goes into each trench. Thereafter the data is examined and lists and charts are generated. If the customer only wanted a pilot study, for example for a quotation, this is what he would receive: maps of the proposed fiber network in both pdf and Google earth files along with a simple list of the costs associated with this proposed network. The cost is showed both as a total as well as per house.
The output is good looking, cost optimized drawings for your FTTH network. Only thing left is that we add a few things for simplifying the use in the field, such as labels with what goes into each trench. Thereafter we examin the data and generate all lists and charts. If the customer only wanted a pilot study, for example for a quotation, he will receive: maps of the proposed fiber network in both pdf and Google earth file formats along with a list of the costs associated with this proposed network. The cost is showed both as a total as well as per house.
Detailed lists of both material and work is included in a full FTTH design. These lists are editable, so prices can be changed afterwords. All being visualized with pie charts and diagrams. In the material list, all materials and quantities needed for the project is found. The lists also includes a cost per meter. Here you can find what methods you should use while trenching and how much of it.
Also included in a full FTTH design are splice charts for the splicing of ducts and fibers all the way from the ODFs in the central office node. This means that you can start building your FTTH network directly after receiving our design, knowing all details about your project, such as quantities and costs of materials needed and costs for machines and labor and even what installation methods should be used and where.