Catsurveys Digital Network Survey™ helps progressive Altnets that want to build at pace, reduce cost, and have increased cost and build certainty. Our disruptive solution to providing the best quality site data uses cutting-edge mobile data capture technology to deliver digital data that is combined with the extensive network experience and knowledge of our expert telecoms surveyors. This is unlike traditional surveying processes that are much slower and provide no value adding data meaning the site data does not enhance the design and build process. Altnets needing to build at speed with increased project certainty need the best digital data to really enhance their design and build processes.

Catsurveys’ digital network survey service is a fully scalable solution that can be deployed across large geographies at pace.  With a flexible output that is tailored to client requirements the data enables better decision making, greater cost assurance and more informed design.  

Digital Data

Using the latest Mosaic 51 and Pegasus Two Ultimate Mobile Sensor Platform technology, we can capture survey grade digital data. This is complemented with a range of ultra-high definition photographic and video data that provides additional detailed site information that can be used throughout the project lifecycle.

This technology allows detailed and accurate digital data to be collected more efficiently with up to 70% less site time required to deliver a much richer set of data outputs than traditional survey processes.  This means that our expert surveyors can concentrate on using their extensive network knowledge to mitigate design risks and focus on issue resolution to enhance the design process.



Using our optimised digital data in the design and build process can:

  • Deliver up to 16% more homes connected
  • Up to 25% decrease in the number of connections using PIA underground
  • Up to 71% decrease in the length of new self dig
  • Up to 66% decrease in self dig cost
  • Up to 500% increase in the number of properties connected using PIA overhead