The Role of AR in Damage Prevention for Telecommunications Facilities

Every town and city in North America has extensive and complex networks of underground and above ground facilities. In the not too distant past, those facilities typically fell into one of three categories: water, sewer, or natural gas lines. But with steady technological developments over the last century, more and more utilities are being installed and, thus, buried. This trend is particularly obvious in the telecommunications space, where aerial telephone lines and communications equipment have been complemented or replaced by underground service wires, copper cables and fiber optics cables that supply the phone and internet connection essential to the functioning of today’s society.

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