This section of the site is dedicated to providing an insight into some previous examples of projects both large and small completed by us. If you would like further information on anything below or would like to see further examples of our work, please contact a member of the sales team, who will be happy to help you.
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Local Authority delivers a boost for Tourists, Visitors and Citizens
The Highland Council sought to better understand and subsequently better engage those visiting or living within the City Centre area of Inverness – known as the Capital of the Scottish Highlands, with a population of around 50,000, so in late 2016 they embarked upon trialing Ruckus Wireless and Purple Wi-Fi in a very centralised part of Inverness, covering a handful of streets and the famous Victorian Indoor Market. Since January this year, they’ve seen around 15,000 users on the Wi-Fi system and the data gathered is being analysed in order to inform the council about how best to deliver positive changes within the city.
Business Improvement District embraces Wi-Fi to drive growth
Kirkcaldy is a large town of around 50,000 on the north shore of the River Forth in Central Scotland. The town is one of a number in the UK to have set up a Business Improvement District (BID) to help drive business growth. Utilising the combined power of their excellent Public Wi-Fi and Customer Analytics, they’ve seen not only customer engagement, but real growth for the towns retailers.
Technology Partner commissioned article
Siklu 60/80GHz Millimeter wave wireless manafacturer commissioned case study on deployments of Siklu equipment in Dundee.
Innovative design saves council real bucks.
Rapier Systems designs wireless network to help TFB improve the quality of life for commuters in Buckinghamshire.
No Bursary Required – Gigabit Connectivity Pays for itself in 8 months!
Rapier Systems Gigabit Connectivity for Abertay University Student Accommodation has an unbelievable return on investment of only 8 months when compared to conventional fibre fixed-line.