Telecommunications networks are challenged by constantly evolving technology and continual growth in the physical network infrastructure.
Calculating return on capital investment when designing network upgrades or expansion is critical to success. A wealth of physical information is available to inform network designers via GIS data – land and property values, land use, acreage, census data, etc. Using GIS property data, it's possible to calculate population density and optimal siting from your desktop using available parcel property data and specific property attributes.
Extending telecommunication network access to developing communities with GIS data
Identifying growth areas is important to both fiber optic and cellular networks. Online GIS parcel property data can speed the process of identifying and acquiring potential tower sites and fiber optic node locations. When determining possible locations, decisions are improved by the availability of property attributes and parcel data. Optimal equipment siting is possible from both logistic and financial perspectives. Property owners in critical locations can be identified and contacted early in the process, potentially saving time and money.
Property Lines and Parcel Data Tools
Outdated property data is costly in both time and money. Changes in property ownership and local zoning can have a large impact on the planning and viability of telecommunications projects. GIS data must be accurate and updated regularly if it is to be relied upon.
Telecommunications Industry – GIS Tools and Online Property Data
PARLAY 2.0: When telecom professionals need property lines and parcel data as a Google Earth layer they choose ReportAll’s PARLAY 2.0. With over 150.7 million parcel polygons interacting within Google Earth, over 84.2 million building footprints, one-click direct access to assessor or taxing authority online records by clicking on the parcel ID Number where available and up-to-date coverage for over 150.7 million properties, PARLAY 2.0 is the smart choice for telecommunications professionals.
ReportAll Online: The basic and advanced search tools available to access the most comprehensive and up-to-date nationwide parcel database enables telecom professionals to pull up data by searching with specific criteria such as Parcel ID, address, owner name, acreage, land use and more.
LandGlide: Telecommunications professionals use our on-site property line mobile application available on the Apple App Store and Google Play that pulls up parcel boundaries and property data including ownership, zoning and usage. LandGlide supports your cellular data access so you can search parcel records in the field with property boundary overlays