The Infrastructure Atlas (ISA) as part of the Gigabit Basic Guide is a central information and planning tool for broadband expansion in Germany. It provides an overview for initial planning stages of broadband expansion projects and is used to prepare specific shared-use claims in the advanced planning process.
The ISA contains the infrastructure data of several 1,000 network operators and makes it available to authorized companies, as well as to the federal, state, district and local governments as part of the broadband expansion process. The geodata, for example the course of fiber optic lines, are mapped on digital maps in the ISA.
You can view the infrastructure atlas if you are
- are involved in a specific project to expand public utility networks, or
- Need to view it for general planning and funding purposes.
You must also belong to one of the following groups:
- Owners or operators of public utility networks and their contractors in connection with specific public utility network expansion projects. This may include, for example, telecommunications providers, but also energy and water suppliers.
- Regional authorities (federal government, states, districts, municipalities) and their contractors within the scope of general planning and funding purposes
- the Federal Ministry of Digates and Transport (BMDV)
- other parties involved in the expansion of public utility networks
Access is only possible upon request. It is limited in time and restricted to the area required for planning.