Sweden: The Dorotea, Åsele and Vilhelmina municipalities of Sweden have jointly chosen Geographic IT company Digpro to install a geographic information system that allows them to get an increased overview and better documentation of their fiber networks. Digpro will provide the geographic information system dpCom for their fiber networks.
With one system installed the three neighboring municipalities can interact and learn from each other. Through a joint system they are able to learn from each other’s knowledge and experience through cooperation.
Digpro’s dpCom is a geographic information system that puts the network on the map. Modern and comprehensive GIS functionality is combined with an entirely web-based asset registry that includes advanced geographic maps, schematic diagrams, topologies and asset data. dpCom looks after all the constituents of the network. The system has an efficient toolbox, ranging from cables, pipes and nodes to bird watching down to detailed fiber information and logical connections.
“It is very pleasing for us to be chosen by Vilhelmina, Åsele and Dorotea municipality. We believe in our platform as an appropriate tool for multiple network owners to coexist. The utility of seeing and managing all network lifecycles creates a great value that is difficult to put a price tag on”, said Joel Pirard, Marketing Manager at Digpro.
Digpro is with its 30 years in the industry as a major innovator in the field of Geographic IT and Network Lifecycle Management and also the market leader in Scandinavia. Digpro provides solutions for electricity, telecommunications (FTTx), gas, district heating, water and central and local government – in fact any organization that builds and maintains various types of networks. Digpro’s products enable users to streamline, save time and money, while improving the quality of its service.