5 November 2015,
Comments: Comments Off on Singapore National Day Parade Case Study
We’ve just released our National Day Parade case study and it’s one of the most relevant examples of successfully achieving large scale surveillance over bonded cellular connections. Other than that, we also got a peek into how the tiny MAX BR1 Slim enabled their Mobile Rider solution – effectively 4 streaming cameras fitted onto a self-balancing scooter – helped them reduce the number of CCTVs they needed to deploy to fixed locations. Here are some photos that didn’t make it onto the case study: And for those of your looking for more information regarding iT-DnS’s Mobile Rider solution, visit EcoRider.
15 September 2015,
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We lose money when we don’t have Internet.” Rene Holland, Head of IT. Allseas. The Pioneering Spirit is the world’s largest crane vessel built for Allseas Group. Its length measures 382 meters – same as the Empire State Building in height. Constant communication is vital for the coordination and safety of large scale oil rig decommissioning projects that only the Pioneering Spirit can handle.
13 August 2015,
Comments: Comments Off on [Case Study] Colégio Next – Journey To Apple Distinguished School
The Peplink solution runs perfectly. The learning and teaching experience was so well received that our school has now become a national reference!” Alberto Pamos. President, Colégio Next. Colégio Next, a recognized Apple Distinguished School – deploys over 500 iPads to its 600 students as a teaching and learning tool. Despite being equipped with iPads, teachers and students alike were not making use of them. The reason for this was because of the slow network access speeds. Apps would not download and course contents were inaccessible. Often, having more than a couple students connected to the same Wi-Fi access point […]
6 August 2015,
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KPKM is breaking new ground in the Polish public transport sector by offering free bus Wi-Fi Internet. Peplink won the bid because our products delivered the best uptime and had enough flexibility to accommodate for KPKM’s current and planned future networking needs. The Internet access system installed in our fleet is positively evaluated by our passengers and will surely provide additional motivation to use public transportation.” Read the full case study.
3 March 2015,
Comments: Comments Off on [Case Study] Osborne Construction Shaves Months Off Network Setup Time
Often the most difficult thing about setting up a network at any construction site is being able to do so on schedule. Ordering DSL or indeed any fixed line connectivity could mean anywhere from weeks to months before it gets up and running. This is the exact problem faced by Osborne Construction. “Previously we would need to install ADSL where possible but the lead times are unpredictable and could be anything from weeks to several months. These delays and uncertainties add significant frustration and cost to the project.” Phil Gilbey. Head of IT, Osborne. Fortunately Peplink has the technology and Onwave […]