Q. What do you mean by 'eyes on tower' imagery?
SiteSee's data is captured using a proprietary flight system that enables specialised and highly trained pilots to deliver high resolution imagery (the same as if you were there looking at the tower in person). SiteSee reduces the need for expensive and dangerous tower climbs and enables the end user to extract more information, for less money, faster.
Q. How is sitesee unique from other asset management services
Unlike other asset management services that rely on existing documentation to predict the state of a tower, SiteSee delivers real-world data explaining the true state of the structure. Through our advanced feature recognition and classification technology, SiteSee is able conduct individual or portfolio audits as well as as-build reports.
Q. How does siteSee streamline eme safety?
SiteSee has identified that existing processes for conducting EME checks are outdated and can often result in costly project bottlenecks. Current surveying practices can often take weeks and require Engineers to physically travel to site. SiteSee's digital twin technology enables preliminary EME checks to be conducted proactively ahead f build, or on existing structures with multiple tenants. With network densification and the roll-out of 5G imminent - for Telcos this means networks can be deployed faster and with improved safety.
Q. how does sitesee streamline document management?
SiteSee is a web based system which means it is highly adoptable to existing business processes and does not require any additional plugins or installations. Our 'tower-centric' approach aggregates all necessary documentation into one easily accessible and collaborative platform and can be opened on desktop, tablet or even a mobile device. For peace of mind, our tiered security model enables varying levels of access to information and functionalities.
Q. How can sitesee be utilised to determine tower loading?
SiteSee believes that accuracy of data is paramount for empowering Towercos to make sound decisions when maximising tower utilisation. By merging existing engineering software with high quality data - SiteSee is developing new ways to ensure that tower owners are not under utilising their structures and losing out on potential earnings.
SiteSee is currently able to conduct 'change detection' of structures. Examples of this could be mapping a site before and then after a natural disaster to accurately determine changes to fixtures etc (earthquakes, cyclones, storm damage etc). This technology is also applied to identifying theft of assets, the discovery of new fixtures on towers and even corrosion detection