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GeoData for Wireless Communications
Available products include:
• DEMs (Digital Elevation Models, also know
as 3d Terrain)
All products are geo-referenced, and our integrated layers allow you to focus on analysis instead of time-consuming data manipulation.
Regional (smaller scale) and City (larger scale) data bundles are available to support PCS (Personal Communications Services), including GSM, TDMA, CDMA, WLL, 3G and other lower-frequency networks.
Smaller-scale regional data is ideal for large area planning, rural planning and cost-sensitive bid work. These data sets are generally derived from 1:100,000 – 1:250,000 scale topographic maps, and typically include 90-meter (3 arc second) resolution DEMs (Digital Elevation Models), land use clutter, transportation vectors and optionally DRGs (Digital Raster Graphics).
Larger-scale city data is specifically designed to meet the detailed design requirements of wireless networks in major metropolitan areas and transportation corridors. Generally created from 1:10,000 – 1:50,000 source topographic materials and multi-spectral satellite imagery (Landsat or Spot), these data bundles include 30-meter (1 arc second) or higher-resolution DEMs, land-use clutter, transportation vectors and optionally DRGs.
Off-the-shelf digital data availability turn-key wireless data sets (30m DEMs, clutter and road vectors) for hundreds of cities worldwide coupled with higher-res data (up to 1m urban building models) availability of select areas.
Our Ability to Offer Off-the-Shelf Geo-data Continues to Expand
As a growing number of Telco professionals worldwide select us as their data partner, our ability to offer off-the-shelf geo-data continues to expand. We pride ourselves on high-quality, accurate and precise work; reliable turn-around times; competitive pricing and significant repeat business. By employing industry-leading geo-data solutions, our users enjoy significant competitive advantages in the wireless market-place:
• Save millions of dollars in site-acquisition,
infrastructure, construction, drive-testing and administrative costs.