LONDON, United Kingdom – Inspection² has been awarded a five-year global contract by the world’s leading telecommunication equipment provider. The contract will provide Automation, 3D Visualisation and Artificial Intelligence (AI) solutions to accelerate and scale network rollout, network design optimisation and reduce operational costs.
The customer will use Inspection² cloud-based software to analyse the cell site inspection data collected globally. The engineers will get access to highly accurate measurement (tilt and azimuth of antennas and equipment), 3D & 360 visualisations along with a user-friendly site implementation report. The application will help save substantial time on data management and reporting compared to traditional methods reducing site upgrades from 20 days down to 4. It allows the engineers to review site inspection data more quickly, reduce Time to Repair and spares inventory, enabling more effective field operations and optimising asset performance.
The cloud-based approach simplifies data management and team collaboration. The application is designed for a large asset base with unlimited projects and customers. The highly visual and intuitive inspection reports and real-time dashboard provide access to critical data to anyone who needs it across the enterprise from anywhere at any time.
Inspection²’s Telecom-specific Artificial Intelligence algorithm will be applied to automatically identify anomalies, perform site audits, component recognition, change detection and predictive analytics. This will eliminate hundreds of hours of manual analysis on a large-scale asset base.
“It became apparent that Enterprise Companies face a problem analysing an increasing volume of inspection data. We have been working since 2014 to build an enterprise-focused workflow and proven industry-specific AI tools with the aim to ultimately automate the analysis of the data. Our software offers the scalability, reliability and the ability to integrate with other business processes to help telecom providers to turn their inspection data into actionable business insight.”
Six months into the contract, the telecom provider is now using the Inspection² platform across 9 countries to support its global customers.