In 2016, CTIL (Cornerstone Telecommunications Infrastructure Limited) were awarded a concession by the City of London Corporation. Working in partnership with CTIL and O2, iWireless Solutions was asked to design and deliver a world leading, free outdoor Wi-Fi network within the Square Mile.
As an extension to a truly wireless project at a brand new media company HQ, iWireless Solutions was asked to provide guidance on management of their airspace, i.e. the spectrum within the building.
Our client, a UK mobile operator had a requirement for a small cells solution in over 600 stores and distribution centres on behalf of a major UK supermarket chain.
‘Homecoming Scotland 2014’ was the year that Scotland welcomed sports enthusiasts from across the world for grand events such as the Commonwealth Games, with a major golfing event at Gleneagles not far behind.
iWireless Solutions create a Wi-Fi system for Chester Racecourse that goes the distance In 2013, iWireless Solutions designed and deployed a Wi-Fi trial solution for a small section of the 65-acre Chester Racecourse,
iWireless Solutions Ltd were engaged by a UK cellular operator to design, install and commission an InBuilding distributed antenna system (DAS) to provide U900, G900, G1800, U2100 and future LTE capable services to the interior of Liverpool Street Station.
High Capacity Cellular In-Building System in the Home of England Rugby Twickenham Stadium is the largest dedicated rugby union venue in the world, being able to hold 82,000 spectators.
The London Olympic Stadium was built as a bespoke venue for the Athletics events of the 2012 games plus the opening and closing ceremonies. It provided seating for up to 80,000 spectators as well as back of house areas for athletes, officials, sponsors, emergency services and the media.
Horse Guards Parade was one of the most iconic venues of the London 2012 Summer Olympics. Located in the heart of the city the venue played host to the beach volleyball competition. The entire structure was temporary and built on the parade ground which is the site of royal ceremonies such as Trooping the Colour.
The Aquatics Centre hosted all swimming events for the 2012 summer games with capacity for over 18,000 spectators during the games. After the Olympics two temporary seating stands will be removed and reducing the capacity to 2,500.