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A better understanding and smart management of many sets of data is fundamental for modern urban planning and construction. In order to create energy-efficient buildings and sustainable cities, planners, architects, developers, and facility managers need to understand how buildings work in a very detailed way.
October 9, 2021
The difference between 5G and previous generation networks is enormous, not only in terms of bandwidth and latency but also in terms of network planning. The use of high-frequency, short range millimeter waves makes the 5G network planning process a complex task.
September 24, 2021
When it comes to network planning, 5G has brought a set of entirely different challenges compared to the previous standard (4G/LTE). The task used to be simple: build a tower or find an existing one (like a church tower or roof) that a base station antenna can be installed on. 5G network architecture, on the other hand, requires much more preparation, data, and analysis.
September 9, 2021
Although the demand for rapid connectivity that 5G provides is growing exponentially in all sectors, especially public and industrial, the 5G revolution might not be coming as quickly as many would like. Due to significant technical challenges and uncertainties, and complex business models yet to be perfected, the deployment of 5G networks is slower than previously expected
August 2, 2021
Challenges like traffic congestion, road safety, air pollution, waste management, and cost-effective urban planning require a great deal of time, energy, and resources from every major city. Each of those issues demands a thorough analysis to be taken care of properly. Smart City technologies provide tools for data collection and management to develop solutions that improve the quality of life for their citizens.
May 3, 2021
Planning and analysis is the essential part of the development process in any industry. The question is, how to make testing and predictions more accurate, manageable, and cost-effective? How to choose the perfect direction when there are so many factors and data sources to account for? Digital Twin technology is the answer.
May 3, 2021
Realising the full potential of project data is one of the biggest challenges for modern planning and development. Geospatial data can be scattered across many different systems, platforms, mapping services, and even in paper form. The continually growing complexity of this information not only makes planning difficult, but may also lead to very costly mistakes. Fortunately, there is a solution, and that is of course a Geographic Information System.
May 3, 2021