Speer IT Knowledge session in the field with Spie

knowledge session in the field with Spie

Speer IT Knowledge session in the field with Spie As part of our periodic ‘Knowledge Sessions’, we asked our customer SPIE to introduce our people, who mainly work indoors, to the practice of installing and managing a FttH network. SPIE enthusiastically picked up on this and found two employees Marcel van der Doelen and Ron […]

Glaspoort and Speer IT committed to a successful and long-term partnership

Glaspoort and Speer IT committed to a successful and long-term partnership Glaspoort has decided to monitor its fiber optic registration through CoconTheWeb. A partnership that we at Speer IT value highly. “Glaspoort was founded last year and focuses on the realization of fiber optic projects particularly in smaller municipalities, rural areas and business parks. Often […]

A day in the life of Cocon key user Wilco Beijer at BAM Telecom

BAM Telecom

BAM Telecom is ranked among the top in the market when it comes to constructing telecommunications networks. We are talking to Wilco Beijer, Senior Work Planner at the Business Unit Services, which includes management and maintenance of network infrastructures. Who is Wilco? “I am Senior Work Planner and responsible for the management of the networks […]

Behind the scenes at Spie with Chris de Valck

Spie glasvezel

In a behind-the-scenes look, we are talking to colleague Chris de Valck. Chris joined Speerworks in April 2020 and has since become one of our Cocon experts who are often seconded to our customers. In this case at Spie, a multinational company that is active in many fields and is a well-known player within the […]

New functionality for Cocon, the annotation layer

Nieuwe functionaliteit voor Cocon, de annotatielaag

With the annotation layer users are able to indicate geographically where there is an anomalous depth of objects like pipes or cables. This annotation is drawn as a line in Cocon, after which one can add the deviating depth with a remark. Then objects can be linked to it. All historical changes of an annotation […]