Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited
Defence’s NFS OFC Project (BSNL)
NeoGeoInfo has done this project for Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) under contract from Sterlite Technologies for Route Identification & ABD Preparation of Exiting OFC networks under Network for Spectrum (NFS) project in Jammu & Kashmir.
Type of service
Route Identification & ABD Preparation of Exiting OFC networks under Network for Spectrum (NFS) project in Jammu & Kashmir.
Scope of Work
Base Map Preparation
- GCP Establishment using GNSS.
- Mapping of all features in a corridor of 25 meter on either side of the finalized Route Alignment.
- Survey of the Optic fibre at every 30 meters for exact tracking of the OFC for future purposes.
- GNSS Survey for all features and plotting on final ABDs.
- Final Outputs in AutoCAD / PDF files.
Objective of the project
OFC network rollout in India was started by BSNL (Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited) way back in 90’s. Every player who entered the field of OFC Network buildup introduced their own set of specifications.
Recently more than 150 Thousand km of OFC network rollout has been proposed by Ministry of Defense and Department of Telecom. Out of which a SOW of 57000 km divided in various Packages was allotted
Sterlite is building an intrusion-proof communication network for the Indian Army together with state-owned Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) at 1,950 crore government spend in the Jammu & Kashmir region.
In 2014, Sterlite bagged a contract to create a communication network exclusively for the armed forces, as a part of Network for Spectrum (NFS) project asked Geoinfosys to execute the Network Buildup activity.
Geoinfosys Technologies successfully completed Network Buildup activity for one of the most challenging project Sterlite has ever undertaken.