Every business has its individual requirements, which then also have to accommodate the limitations of the building the business is housed in. Whether the building is 100 square metres or 100,000 square metres in size, whether it is fully built or still under construction, old (listed) or new, or has strict aesthetic requirements, the wireless solution designed for your business has to be robust, versatile and future-proof.
Our experienced team of engineers and RF experts creates tailored designs that are cost-effective, innovative and feasible. Our design expertise encompasses not just all wireless technologies, but RF propagation, the architecture to distribute the signal and all aesthetic and physical considerations. With no specific vendor affiliation, we select and recommend the most appropriate products for an innovative value-engineered solution.
iWireless Solutions provides three main types of design service. Our team will work with you to ensure that you can select the one most appropriate to your needs. Additionally each service can be adjusted to suit your specific requirements.
Our design services are:
- Desktop design: a concept design solution to identify key aspects of design in the early project stage
- High-level design: detailed requirements capture, basis of design report, high-level architecture, deployment options
- Low-level design: a comprehensive solution proposal including extensive site-based radio and build assessment, for example:
- Requirements capture and compliance statements
- Site-based radio propagation testing (and RF modelling and predictions where necessary)
- Detailed cable routing plans
- Mechanical and electrical designs
- Schematic/wiring diagrams
- Primary and remote equipment room plans
- Structural and civil engineering design
- Planning applications and listed building consents
- Building control applications
- Component specifications and bill of materials
- ICNIRP compliance (RF H&S)
- Value engineering analysis
- Construction design management (CDM) 2015
- Build programme and budget costs