We are proudly presenting Jakob, Daniel og Lars Morten in the "The Drawing Office", which is our professional documentation service helping network operators digitalise their data into Smallworld Network Inventory.The Drawing Office has recently documented networks for Copenhagen Airport (fiber), HOFOR (district heating) and EnergiFyn (fiber) and received credit for their insight and dilligent work. If your business need assistance with digitalisation of network data, please contact us!Here's a short presentation of the team, from left to right in the photo collage above:Jakob Bannick, the newest member of the team, is 27 years old and has a Bachelor's degree in Energy Technologies from the University of Southern Denmark. His ambition is to work with integration and digitisation of electrical systems. In addition, Jakob is studying for a Master's degree (MSc) at the Technical University of Denmark. He is currently learning the Smallworld applications and has started working with documenting signal cables in the district heating application for HOFOR.Daniel Falk Knudsen is 24 years old and has previously studied Computer Science at Copenhagen University. He is very interested in computers and tech, and likes working with small programming projects like making bots or computer games. Daniel has worked with Smallworld PNI for over three years, running projects documenting fiber networks at Fibia, Stofa, Copenhagen Airport and EnergiFyn.Lars Morten Moe is 21 years and has technical experience from his military service. He has worked with Smallworld on physical (PNI) and logical (LNI) levels for two years. Lars Morten is also doing programming in Smallworld, as well as demo and training in LNI. He is currently the project manager for HOFOR data migration, and has previously worked with Norlys and Copenhagen Airport on documenting their fiber networks and equipment templates.Also, we want to thank August Hyldgaard for his great contributions, both to the team and to our customers. He worked for us for several years and has now moved on to a new position elsewhere. We wish August all the best of luck in his new job!