Presentation on theme: "Utilization of Geospatial Technologies in Telecom 3 rd April 2012 Qtel."— Presentation transcript:
Utilization of Geospatial Technologies in Telecom 3 rd April 2012 Qtel
1 JDBPC20051... Building Spatial Understanding A System for Connecting, Communication and Collaboration
3 rd April 20122 A major goal of The Centre for GIS is to create and sustain a spirit of harmony in the community of GIS users in Qatar. This is initially achieved at The Centre's GIS training centre where the various individuals involved in GIS all receive their orientation and training. The Centre has ensured compatibility throughout the GIS databases in Qatar. Compatibility itself tends to encourage and sustain cooperation because the data is readily transferred and easy to use. Source: http://www.gisqatar.org.qa/new/all.html
3 rd April 20123 TEAMS Telecommunication Access Management System OVERVIEW OF THE PAST In house Developed : Application Development Primary object application usage Planning Work and External Plant Work Started with a minimal investment in a solid network management system (TEAMS) and then scaled up to an enterprise system with a minimum constraints. Converting all the paper drawing
3 rd April 20124 New system build on ESRI ® ArcGIS™ 9.x platform, Network Engineer ™ supports the planning, management & operations of core networks with associated inside and outside plant equipment, all on an integrated GIS land base. Powerful work order management tool Network Engineer gives the planner authorized control over network access, editing, documentation, and management with daily operations Sophisticated Editing Tools Network Engineer offers complete Outside Plant management tools with a communications-specific interface for creating, placing, and editing network ducts, structures (joint box, Manholes), cables (Copper, Fiber) and equipment. PRESENT SCENARIO
Presentation Title, Date5 Inside Plant Management Capabilities PRESENT SCENARIO The inside plant view allows users to view and manage: In addition to providing powerful Outside Plant design and management capabilities, Network Engineer offers sophisticated tools for documenting and associating inventory with network structures Schematic Generation The integration of Network Engineer with ESRI ArcGIS Schematics™ enables users to Generate on demand Visualize Manipulate logical representations from linear network data stored in a database. Logical representations display network features without scaling constraints. A schematic representation of network data adds another visualization dimension to analysis and decision support.
Presentation Title, Date6 ` SDE SDE manages how the spatial information for your geographic data is stored in the Relational Database Management System (RDBMS). SDE puts data into and retrieves data from the RDBMS. ArcGIS ArcGIS gets data from the Spatial Data Engine (SDE) and passes it into Network Engineer. RDBMS (Database) Stores your data to be passed to SDE to be displayed in Network Engineer. Network Engineer makes edits to the geodatabase and passes the data back to ArcGIS to be stored in the RDBMS. Network Engineer
8 Overview - Common Language ® Identifiers Data Structure, Dictionary and Syntax, Registry and Distribution Engine including data attributes Common Language ® Information Services is a distributed data implementation designed to enable Service Providers and their trading partners to identify and describe critical network assets in a consistent and meaningful manner. The Common Language ® solution provides a data infrastructure including
Presentation Title, Date9 Code NameDefinitionDescription CLLICommon Language Location Identifier Identifies locations/ Stores descriptive attributes such as address, lat/long, descriptions, etc./ access to international registry of locations provided/ catalogues network capabilities at location CLEICommon Language Equipment Identifier Universal network element catalogue/ unique to manufacturer, part number and version/ access to multi-vendor catalogue provided/ identifiers bar coded on equipment and included in MIB CLFICommon Language Facility Identifier Identifies paths through the network that make bandwidth available/ Reference data provided to name all technologies/ structure and format identifies facility end points CLCICommon Language Circuit Identifier Identifies individual or group message trunk and special service circuits / Reference data provided to name all circuits by trunk modifiers, traffic type, originating and terminating office locations etc. Overview - Common Language ® Identifiers
Presentation Title, Date10 CardShelfBayCardShelfBayCard Central Office 101/1-50/DOHXQA01DS0/UMHXQA01DS 1 101/OC192/5/DOHXQA01DS0/UMHXQA01DS1 101/OC192/ DOHXQA01DS0/UMHXQA01DS1 101/ 3/DOHXQA01DS0/UMHXQA01DS1 DO h XQA01DS0 Geographic Code Geopolitical Code SiteEntity UM H XQA01 DS1 Geographic Code Geopolitical Code SiteEntity Overview - How Common Language Defines Network Assets and Connectivity The plant engineer registers the location of central offices as Network Sites, then multiple Site Entities. The plant engineer places equipment in each central office. The plant engineer places cable and inventories fibers into the engineering systems. The OC192 and timeslots are configured using the Inventory & provisioning system.