Enabling Communication and Collaboration.
A safe, secure and seamless visitor and employee experience depends on efficiencies ensured by integrated systems within your building. We've all experienced dropped calls, poor wireless service and even sub-par video conference quality. Distributed Antenna System (DAS) and In-Building Wireless (IBW) solutions enable radio frequency coverage for any location in which providers have trouble delivering voice, wireless and data services. The focus is now complete connectivity, regardless of where your employees and customers are conducting their business. A trusted partner like Accu-Tech can help bring these unique technologies and disciplines together in a truly integrated experience.
Wireless in the Integrated Building
Wireless, Cellular Coverage & DAS
Ensuring consistent coverage throughout a building provides employees and visitors the ability to conduct business at any location throughout your facility, minimizing dead zones, and more importantly, eliminating the need to gather in areas where the signal is most reliable. Consistent cellular coverage, as well as a strong RF signal, ensures first responders and life safety professionals can effectively communicate around developing situations within your facility.
CBRS (Citizens Broadband Radio Service) is 150 MHz of spectrum - ranging from 3550-3700 MHz - designed to help contend with spectrum crunch. As the number of devices on the network continues to rise, we need more "traffic lanes" to ensure users can continue to send and receive data, when and where they need it. Private LTE networks on CBRS offer faster and more communication. CBRS can also help address existing cellular coverage gaps in large or spread out facilities. This solution is ideal for several applications, including venues, Healthcare facilities, education, commercial real estate and more.
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)
While many healthcare operations have been transitioning to BYOD (bring your own device) for years, many other industries haven’t yet adopted the practice. In today’s environment, BYOD offers a touchless, sanitary option in the workplace. By allowing employees to bring their own devices to work, you can reduce the usage of shared devices, such as computers and phones, therefore reducing potential points of exposure.
Minimizing touchpoints within a building is crucial to maintaining sanitary practices. Incorporating BYOD and wireless capabilities into a conference room has become increasingly important while incorporating social distancing measures, as have conference room controls. Additional measures are required to connect the employees in your building with the employees working remotely. The design of your conference room now extends beyond the walls of your facility; the focus is now complete connectivity, regardless of where your employees and customers are conducting their business.