aerial image of haywards electrical substation in wellington-- 8 February 2019

Modern NETWORKS depend on high-res aerial views

Manage your telecom’s present — and ensure its future — by making informed decisions based on current, high-res aerial imagery of your assets.

08 February 2019 | Wellington, WLG

From fibre to nodes, Nearmap covers your network

Whether you’re an RF engineer, network planner, or line installer, integrate high resolution imagery into your workflow to keep tabs on your assets, track rollouts, and accurately plan equipment requirements without wasting resources on endless site visits. And when you do need to send staff on site, keep them informed with mobile access to updated maps that are much higher resolution than daily satellite images.

aerial image of hobsonville development in auckland-- 15 February 2018
15 February 2018 | Auckland, AKL

Track growth to meet demand

Understand where population density is increasing, and analyse the surrounding areas to plan new infrastructure requirements.

Assess what type of service best suits a particular region: mobile, internet, wireless, or fixed fibre, or satellite in more remote areas.

aerial image of ANZ centre in auckland-- 04 February 2019
04 February 2019 | Auckland Central, AKL

Expand existing networks

Use high-res aerial imagery to inspect street furniture and property detail. Plan wire placement, mobile tower positioning, and new equipment to be integrated into the existing network.

Measure distance between nodes and buildings, plus area and radius to determine access points and tree coverage. Easily export annotated or georeferenced maps for seamless stakeholder communication.

aerial image of sky tower in auckland-- 4 February 2019
04 February 2019 | Auckland Central, AKL

DEPLOY YOUR CREW safely and efficiently

Equip your crews with the right geospatial engineering intelligence, including access points, potential site hazards, and up-to-date visuals showing what needs to be repaired. 

Give field workers on-the-go access to aerial maps on their mobile or tablet devices.

aerial image of power lines in bankside, south island-- 6 March 2019
06 March 2019 | Bankside, Canterbury


Remotely survey hundreds of kilometers in just a few minutes to detect maintenance requirements. Ensure transmission continuity, detect broken insulators, and inspect tower integrity. 

Monitor change in vegetation growth to view which trees pose the greatest risk to power lines or other critical infrastructure.

Inspect past surveys to identify when site damage occurred.

aerial image of electrical substation in wellington-- 8 February 2019
08 February 2019 | Wellington, WLG

Join the mapping evolution

Up your aerial game and start working with high-res, current imagery of your work sites and properties. Get the advantage of premium geospatial content combined with world-class mapping software and integrations.

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