CAFM meets FTTx
Digital building data is the basis for CAFM as well as for the development of the technical infrastructure. High-performance systems therefore offer integrated solutions that combine both areas in the same data storage. We go a step further and integrate the integrated FTTx (Fiber to the x) technology with proven CAFM standards.
With high-speed Internet access is unfortunately still a wishful thinking for many companies and households. Surf without problems and at a rapid pace. The FTTx technology promises significantly higher transmission rates than the well-known copper cable, which is increasingly reaching its physical limits. As a result, glass fiber is increasingly being used in homes and apartments (FTTH) and is becoming increasingly market-relevant. By 2014, 75% of German households will be equipped with broadband connections with a minimum power of 50 megabits per second. FTTx technology provides the ability to be cost effective and mass marketable.
In addition to their location networking for data exchange and production monitoring, companies also need IP telephony and the option of video conferencing. Furthermore, the connection of home office workplaces with access to company networks (FTTO, FTTD) is steadily gaining in importance.
FTTx is the collective term for various fiber optic connection techniques.
But how does FTTx work? It describes the laying of fiber optic cables that are routed directly to or near the connector. A fiber optic cable consists of several individual fibers. Each individual fiber achieves very high transfer rates.
Interest in FTTx projects has grown strongly worldwide. As a result, we have set ourselves the goal of completing all the competences that have already been established over the years in the CAFM area by adding another module. Planning, projecting, building and documenting FTTx processes - structured and result-oriented on the basis of possibly existing building and flute data.
Existing overview drawings, route plans or pipe plans from CAD or GIS applications are easy to integrate. In addition, the software is modular. The customer can put together the relevant services for him individually. Various modules can be integrated in the framework of the FTTx process in order to advance the processing (eg the approval procedure according to EEG or the central fault management).
For municipal utilities, planners, service providers and contractors, the integrated FTTx / CAFM solution results in a high degree of planning security and clear documentation of the supply of end customers with fiber optic services.
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