In: Press releases, Products 04 Mar 2017 Tags: , ,

Field strength exposure

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The role of National Regulatory Authorities: human exposure, threat or opportunity?

  • Limited information may cause citizens to worry and complain.
  • Mayors are facing a dilemma: digital growth vs. citizen protection.
  • Although they have limited legal rights to prevent the rollout of base stations, mayors can influence through their local connections.

Worries about human exposure may hamper the development of broadband communications.

Regulator can play the key role of trusted party:

1.Gather technical information from operators;

2.Disclose information publicly;

3.Perform simulation and check potential issue with measurements;

4.Propose remediation technics and discuss implementation with operators;

5.Make your results publicly available;

6.Organize national discussions and issue guidelines.

Human exposure is actually an opportunity to get increased recognition for your public utility, from both general public and politicians.

 

Field Strength exposure – Inputs required for simulation with ICS telecom:

High resolution cartographic dataset including:

-Digital Terrain Model (DTM) describing the ground altitude of each point

-Building layer describing the contour and the height of each building

-In raster format

-If possible in vector format (SHP for example) (***)

-Image form WMS servers (Bing, Google, …)

-Address database coming from Bing servers

VectorIsomet

  • Import all transmitting stations on the map operating in the different bands for all services:
  • Mobile (2G, 3G, 4G)
  • Broadcast FM, TV (analogue and digital)
  • TETRA
  • With location and technical parameters:
  • Location
  • Frequency
  • Radiated power
  • Antenna patterns
  • Azimuth and tilt
  • Antenna height

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Field Strength exposure – 3D coverage calculations:

  • Power sum of all signals received
  • Quadratic power sum
  • ECC 1999 method
  • On building facades
  • and/or
  • Outdoor / Indoor
  • In LOS / NLOS mode
  • From street to building rooftop

Calc3D

 

Examples:

3D2

3D coverage calculation in 3D (facades)

3D4

Display impacted buildings only

 

Field Strength exposure – Graphical analysis of Hot points:

On a given point (address) Information about:

  • Signals Received
  • Level where each signal is received
  • Station ID producing each signal

FS3D

Hot points can be located on the 2D view as well

Street

Display Street view images around a given Hot point

 

Field Strength exposure – Address reporting:

Hot points are automatically reported

Reports

 

Field Strength exposure – Public access:

  • Locations with field strength greater than a given value can be published online
  • Transmitting sites can be located on the map including field strength on buildings
  • Thanks to a geo-reverse location engine, people can get information about exposure level
  • Protected sites can be located on the map (schools, hospitals…)
  • Web portal can be fully customized on demand

Vanatu

Vanatu2

 

 

In: Exhibitions, Resources 17 Feb 2017 Tags: , ,

Dzień Otwarty w ATDI – 23 luty 2017

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Tradycyjnie już w Tłusty Czwartek,

pragniemy serdecznie zaprosić Państwa na Dzień Otwarty ATDI.

 

Głównym tematem tegorocznej edycji jest:

Oddziaływanie pola elektromagnetycznego : na plus czy na minus dla Obywateli?

 Wydarzenie zostało objęte patronatem CCIFP – Francusko-Polskiej Izby Gospodarczej.

 

Sesja naukowa 10:00 -12:00

Nowinki polsko-francuskie w zakresie radiotelekomunikacji

 Zapowiedź sympozjum naukowego

“Human and Field : Submission or Interaction”

organizowane przez Centrum Studiów Zaawansowanych Politechniki Warszawskiej i ATDI

Gość honorowy Prof. dr hab. Stanisław Janeczko

Dyrektor Centrum Studiów Zaawansowanych PW,

 

Sesja techniczna 12:30 – 14:30

 Krótkie przedstawienie regulacji międzynarodowej ITU dotyczącej Human Hazard

 regulacji międzynarodowych i europejskich

Mgr. Sébastien Grimoud

Inżynier specjalista w zakresie rozwiązań specyficznych dla Regulatorów

 

Sesja firmowa 15:00 -16:30

 Nowinki z zakresu nowych funkcji narzędzi grupy ICS

Rozwiązania z zakresu IoT – Internet of Things

 

Data i miejsce : 23 luty 2017, biuro ATDI przy ul. Nowy Świat 54/56 w Warszawie.

Prosimy o potwierdzenie uczestnictwa do dnia 21.02.2017 na adres biuro@atdi.com

 

Tradycyjnie w tym dniu zapraszamy na pączki oraz słone przekąski w przerwie obiadowej

W tym dniu jesteśmy do Państwa dyspozycji w godzinach 9:00-17:00

 

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In: Products, Resources, Services 02 Jan 2016 Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

New: France 5 m available

ATDI annonce la disponibilité du fichier France 5 m ainsi que quelques zones à 2.5 m.

 

Dataset 5 m :

Résolution : 5 m

Projection : ETRS89

Layers : DTM+Clutter+Buildings

Sources : IGN (Institut Géographique National)

Classes : Buildings (9), Vegetation (8, 5), Hydro (6), Tunnels (16), Routes (11), Voies ferrées (10), Open (0)

DTM modification: Voies ferrées

 

Dataset 2.5 m :

Résolution : 2.5 m

Projection : LAMBERT 93

Layers : DTM+Clutter+Buildings

Sources : IGN (Institut Géographique National)

Classes : Buildings (9), Vegetation (8, 5), Hydro (6), Tunnels (16), Routes (11), Voies ferrées (10), Open (0)

DTM modification: Voies ferrées + Routes

 

Priorités :

1) Voies ferrées

2) Routes

3) Buildings

4) Hydro

5) Végétation

6) Open

 

Vecteurs :

Bâtiments (polygones)

Bâtiments sensibles (polygones)

Voies ferées

Routes

 

Process :

ICS Map Server : DTM – Geocoding

+

ICS telecom (raster ops module)

 

 

Exemple 5 m (département 33) :

Dep33IMG

Dep33MNT

Dep33Clutter

Dep33BLG

ClutterClasses

BLGclasses

 

Exemple 2.5 m (département 75) :

Dep75Clutter2m5

ClutterClasses2m5

MNTmodif2m5

3D

 

 

 

Applications :

Microwave-links

Radio-planning

GSM-R intermodulation

Human Hazard

Surveillance

Communications Electronic Warfare

Download example (5 m)

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