UTEC StarNet, was established in 2000 at the end of an unprecedented period of growth in the telecommunication industry. During this massive growth period the asset recording systems employed by the owners and operators of the structures was not robust, having been quickly and superficially introduced. UTEC StarNet was conceived to capitalise on this requirement to provide, retrospectively, the mobile telecommunication and broadcast sectors with high quality dimensional and digital data on their assets throughout the UK.
The advantages of UTEC StarNet's approach were recognised in the UK Telecommunications market, leading to growth in the customer base.
As the business became established and stronger, the scope and breadth of markets covered was expanded to provide quality design solutions, geospatial data and digital imagery to a number of other industries (e.g. Civil engineering, Oil & Gas, Power and Industrial, and many others).
UTEC StarNet's core competencies are as follows:
- A "one stop shop" approach to telecommunications sector for geospatial and asset management needs.
- A bespoke service package and products to suit needs.
- A highly innovative and forward thinking team.
- A market focused approach.
- A highly skilled and trained team of specialists.
- A fundamental understanding of the markets we serve.
- An energetic, enthusiastic team.
- Visionary leadership.
UTEC StarNet's capabilities are organised into 4 different areas:
(Topographic Survey, Property Management, Measured Building Survey, 3D Visualisation, Digital Terrain Modeling, Volumetric Analysis, GPS/Control Survey, Deformation Monitoring, Photo Control Survey)
(How it works, Benefits, Applications, Deliverables)
Telecom Site Development
(Acquisition and Planning, Design and Drawing production, Construction Management, Geotechnical Investigation, Electrical site Design and Survey, Project Management, Rigging Services, Tower Supply and Installation)
Telecom Site Services
(Asset Management, Site Maintenance, RF Compliance Monitoring, Photomontage, Panoramic Photography, Line of Sight Survey)