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Case Study: Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust

Case Study Herefordshire and Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust Mobile Connectivity Improvement Project Herefordshire and Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust Herefordshire and Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust was established in Worcestershire, England, on 1 July 2011 to manage services previously managed by Worcestershire Primary Care NHS Trust’s Provider Arm, as well as …

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Case Study: Borders General Hospital

Case Study NHS Borders Mobile Connectivity Improvement Project NHS Borders – Borders General Hospital NHS Borders is one of the fourteen health boards within NHS Scotland. It provides healthcare services for the Scottish Borders, the southeast region of Scotland. NHS Borders is headquartered in Melrose. Borders General Hospital (BGH) is a district general hospital on …

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Securing connectivity with private networks

There is an ongoing acceleration in the use of digital devices and the need to keep data secure on sites across the UK. With advancements in wireless technologies, there is no longer a heavy reliance on wired connectivity, due to lengthy construction processes and issues surrounding scalability. Instead, reliable, secure wireless connectivity is growing in …

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Case Study: Sytner Group, Northampton

Case Study Sytner Group, Northampton Mobile Connectivity Improvement Project Guy Salmon Jaguar Land Rover Dealership, Northampton As part of Sytner Group, Guy Salmon Land Rover benefits from being part of one of the largest prestige motor retailers in the UK, operating from state-of-the-art Land Rover retailers throughout the UK. The Sytner Group Ltd is a …

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Case Study: Edge Hill University

Case Study Edge Hill University Mobile Connectivity Improvement Project Edge Hill University Student Union, Ormskirk Edge Hill University is a campus-based public university in Ormskirk, Lancashire, England, which opened in 1885 as Edge Hill College, the first non-denominational teacher training college for women in England, before admitting its first male students in 1959.[3] In 2005, …

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Industry 4.0: Connectivity should have no limits

The Fourth Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0), using smart technologies, has transformed sectors such as manufacturing, logistics, agriculture, and healthcare, with automation, real-time monitoring, and data analysis central to this. The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and other technological advancements have contributed to the growing success of Industry 4.0, however traditional connectivity solutions such as wired …

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Boosting Mobile Connectivity for the Emergency Services Network

Emergency Service Network (ESN) The UK Home Office is now prepping for a cross-government programme to switch off the current Airwave service used by the emergency services, due to its limited capabilities, and implement a new and improved system. The new system, known as the Emergency Services Network (ESN), will be transformative for day-to-day operations …

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How Private 5G Can Improve Airports

Connectivity is no longer just a luxury, much like airports are no longer just airports! Home to retail malls, restaurants, hotels, and car rentals, airports host a huge number of passengers, vehicles, and IoT devices. Technological advancements have led to a growing need to improve network infrastructure, with many operators turning to private cellular to …

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Revolutionising Electric Vehicle Charging Through 4G Connectivity

The rise in popularity of electric vehicles is on a fast incline, however due to a lack of charging stations, there are many drivers who are apprehensive about making the switch to electric. Part of this challenge is connectivity for EVC stations, where each must have access to an internet connection for their IoT-enabled SIMs. …

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Enabling IIoT to Improve Wind Farm Performance

The Need for Critical Communications Infrastructure for Industrial Organisations Whether onshore or offshore, the growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) within industrial markets has enabled significant improvements to many aspects of operations on wind farms. This includes turbine performance, reliability, energy management, uptime, and equipment maintenance. This applies to the wider renewables and utilities …

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Private 5G in the Healthcare Industry

How 5G technologies can help the healthcare industry.

There is a growing need for automation, robotics, software deployments, and improvements to data privacy and cybersecurity throughout the healthcare industry. It’s an exciting time for healthcare, with hospitals and other healthcare facilities investing in new technologies, enabling improvements to day-to-day operations, including advancements to patient care, visitor experience, and employee wellbeing. However, with the …

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