The availability of a wireless internet access infrastructure is a key requirement for several areas of economic activity and is in the core of the smart city concept.
The same infrastructure can be used to transmit data from electronic sensors such as irrigation systems, weather stations, parking sensors, etc.
How does it work?
The ALLBESMART team relies on telecommunication engineers and professional simulation tools capable of designing and implementing solutions with optimum radio coverage, low interference, data security and low power consumption.
Apart from the availability of free broadband access to citizens, wireless connectivity also enables the implementation of sensing and control systems without any additional communication costs.
> WiFi planning software tools (IEEE 802.11)
> Point to point links using unlicensed frequency bands (2.4 GHz e 5GHz)
> High-gain antennas.