Challenges

  • End users – both consumers and property owners or managers – want a strong mobile signal indoors
  • Multiple options exist but not all business models offer a reasonable RoI
  • No two buildings will benefit from exactly the same solution

Our offer

  • In-depth understanding of the options: from simple repeaters to private networks and from DAS to neutral host
  • Expertise that can address a fast-changing technological, regulatory and business environment
  • Options – involving spectrum, network planning and costs, to name only a few – will evolve. So will our response.

When it comes to ways of improving the mobile service in a building, there are many solutions and no 'one size fits all'

We’ve worked on a wide range of different building types: offices, shopping malls, airports, stadiums and more, some with short-term coverage needs, some with 24/7 needs. And we’re not just technical experts. We have a solid commercial understanding of how much things should cost and we advise our clients how to get the best return on their investment. Our intervention means the best technical solution is selected – improving service and reducing the ongoing investment required by our clients.

What we offer

  • The appropriate response: We know what works and where. We have addressed the needs of a 50-storey building with complex communications needs, and small offices that can be covered by a simple plug-and-play solution, likewise we have solved the needs of football stadiums, travel hubs and more.
  • Insight and explanation: We assess your needs and we can talk to you at a technical level that suits your requirements, helping you to navigate your way through all the technology choices and avoiding jargon.
  • Future-focused: With every system there are costs – capital costs, opex costs, lifetime costs. You also have to think about upgrades. Should you be ready for 5G and other future network technologies? We can help you work that out, and show you how to get there.
Mark Keenan profile image

Mark Keenan, CEng MIStructE MIET

Chief Executive Officer

Oliver Bosshard profile image

Oliver Bosshard, MSc MBA MIET

Chief Operating Officer

Julie Bradford profile image

Julie Bradford, MEng CEng MIET

Managing Consultant

Scott Kelton profile image

Scott Kelton, MEng PRINCE2

Principal Consultant – Radio Networks

Dr. Anastasios Karousos profile image

Dr. Anastasios Karousos, MSc PhD MIET

Managing Consultant

Stuart Mitchell profile image

Stuart Mitchell, BEng PhD MBA MIET

Techno-Economic & Business Strategy Expert

Dr. Alejandro Aragón-Zavala profile image

Dr. Alejandro Aragón-Zavala, MSc PhD SMIEEE MIET

Wireless Technology Expert

Ben Toner profile image

Ben Toner, MEng CEng MIET

Wi-Fi and Converged Network Expert

Caroline Gabriel profile image

Caroline Gabriel, MA

Market Research and Telecoms Industry Analyst

Gary Stuart profile image

Gary Stuart, CEng FIET

Mobile Network Deployment Expert

Giacomo Bruzzi profile image

Giacomo Bruzzi, MD

Fixed and Wireless Telecoms Expert

Julius Robson profile image

Julius Robson, BEng MSc

Wireless Technology Expert

Konstantinos Tsourkas profile image

Konstantinos Tsourkas, BEng MSc

Wireless Technology Strategist

Mathieu Boué-Lahorgue profile image

Mathieu Boué-Lahorgue, MSc

Wireless Technology Expert

Naveendra Thiyagarajah profile image

Naveendra Thiyagarajah, BSc MEng PhD

Wireless Technology and Standards Expert

Sameer Lalwani profile image

Sameer Lalwani, MSEE MBA

Wireless Telecoms Expert

Simon Jones profile image

Simon Jones,

RF Systems Expert

Prof. Simon Saunders profile image

Prof. Simon Saunders, PhD CEng FREng FIET FITP

Wireless Systems Expert, Co-Founder and Shareholder

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