Case Studies

Case Study: EICC

Case Study EICC Mobile Connectivity Improvement Project Edinburgh International Conference Centre Opened in 1995, the Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC) is a multi-purpose venue for events located in the heart of Edinburgh’s city centre. Since opening the building has struggled with poor mobile connectivity, unable to find a cost effective solution. Images credit: Edinburgh International

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Case Study: East Dunbartonshire Council

Case Study East Dunbartonshire Council Mobile Connectivity Improvement Project East Dunbartonshire Council – Key Building A key building during the Covid-19 pandemic was suffering with poor internet speeds (1-2 Mbps). The council tasked us to find a solution to help improve their connectivity. Using our state of the art routers, we installed our solution within

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Case Study: First Group

Case Study First Group plc Mobile Connectivity Improvement Project First Group plc FirstGroup plc is a leading provider of transport services in the UK and North America. “When moving to our new offices one of the major concerns was the poor mobile phone signal. We were delighted Boost Pro were able to provide such a

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Case Study: Mowi

Case Study Mowi Scotland (Formerly Marine Harvest) Mobile Connectivity Improvement Project Mowi Scotland The Mowi Group is the world’s leading seafood company and the largest producer of farmed salmon in the world. “We didn’t know there was a solution to our poor mobile signal until we met Boost Pro Systems. Since installation the productivity of our workforce has improved

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Case Study: The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice

Case Study The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice Mobile Connectivity Improvement Project The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice looks after the palliative care needs of people living in and around greater Glasgow. “Patient comfort is of paramount importance to the hospice, so for them to be

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