Where do we operate?

Smart Cities

Connectivity capacity for all.
Cities worldwide are harnessing the power of telecommunications to maximize the use of WiFi for city-wide connectivity and smart resource allocation projects.
Digital technologies generate huge amounts of data that can be used intelligently by city officials.
For example, understanding traffic data to help improve services such as bus routes, street lighting or traffic flow, which can only be a good thing. It could help the city to move more easily, to adapt to change more quickly and become more ‘smart’ to the needs of the population. It will also help to reduce our impact on the environment.
Take this a step further, we are already helping cities to talk directly to shoppers and tourists, offering promotions directly and in combination with centre retailers.
Retailers also collect this data to target these consumers directly, with more relevant offers delivered straight to their mobile device. By encouraging customer loyalty and customer engagement, the High Street may be revived. With online shopping booming and the High Street struggling to keep up, Smart City solutions could give the consumer a reason to return to bricks and mortar shopping.
Digital signage, played live advertising videos and wayfinding kiosks are also helping tourists. As a result, consumers stay longer, spend more money and keep coming back. Cities that embrace the change will also reap the rewards financially.
The possibilities are endless and operational costs of delivering services continues to reduce.
  • Improved efficiency in transport, buildings and other public services.
  • Everything connected from street furniture to parking variable message signs.
  • Growth of open, accessible data that will be used to develop apps delivering information to peoples fingertips, via mobile devices.
  • Up to $100 billion will be spent on smart city technologies by 2018, making it an incredibly exciting market for businesses to be involved with. Cities that don’t embrace the digital evolution will fall behind and lose consumer money.
  • Airports with smart toilets which send alerts to cleaners.
  • Smarter highways with technology to monitor traffic and ease congestion.
  • Railways are looking at RFID sensors and tiny cameras, to report via WiFi when lines are obstructed or damaged.
For example our platform already captures visitor data through WiFi for both Dartford and Kirklees Councils.

Key Service Overview

Content Filtering

The filter level is up to the venue or area to decide. We will deal with all unblock requests and updates as part of our fully managed service.

Bandwidth Management

Our highly sophisticated bandwidth control module can control each user or device ensuring that your clients get the bandwidth necessary.

Branded Experience

To compliment your brand, our designers will design a responsive User Experience that each of your guests will see when connecting to the service.

Flexible Connectivity

We combine end device connectivity with data backhaul connectivity we can be a one stop solution from the ground up providing all the requirements.

Extensive auth options

Our platform provides the most extensive list of authentication options including Pay-to-use, free to use, Social Media login, Email and MAC authentication.

Scale out Services

As a hosting and cloud provider, we offer the abilties to scale out service's under one provision.

Analytics and Reports

The data that you collect through our system about your visitors is yours. You can use the data intelligently to benefit both your business and also keep your clients up to date with tailored messaging and information.


Our solution is fully compliant giving you complete peace of mind and collects all the necessary data in line with legislation.