DEPLOYMENTS

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Canal City Hakata

World's largest indoor inter-AP wireless relay-enabled networkDeployed 140 APs to create broadband coverage over 234,000 square meters 88% LAN cabling reduction

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TENJIN CHIKAGAI UNDERGROUND MALL

Japan's largest continuous underground Wi-Fi zone (1.2 km long)Deployed 27 APs.  85% LAN cabling reduction

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BAYSIDE PLACE HAKATA

 PicoCELA powers the free public Wi-Fi Zone at Bayside Place Hakata, a popular tourist destination near Fukuoka's international ferry port. PicoCELA public Wi-Fi networks have operated non-stop for mo...

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KISHU MINABE ROYAL HOTEL

 Deployed 90 APs to create a hotel wide continuous Wi-Fi zone that covers entire space of 340-room resort complex. Guests have full access to seamless indoor and outdoor Wi-Fi. This hotel is known for...

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FUKUOKA CITY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION HOSPITAL

 Continuous Wi-Fi zone in a large hospital 63% LAN cabling reduction 

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POWER PLANT

 Wireless infrastructure for power plants must provide extreme stability for mission-critical data transmission. Dependability is paramount. PicoCELA APs have been deployed in power plants as backbone...

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NUCLEAR REACTOR

 PicoCELA APs have been deployed as part of an Ad-Hoc network for iRobot’s “Warrior” robots that are working in contaminated areas. The system was required for quick deployment in hazardous areas, and...

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UNIVERSITY's CAMPUS

 Deployed over 120 units in 2013 to lay the ground for an extensive study on location tracking and sensor networks. 20 of the units run on solar powered battery units in outdoor locations, not requiri...

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DISASTER RELIEF

 After the earthquake and flooding on March 11th 2011 in Tohoku (Japan), the PicoCELA system was used to deploy an ad-hoc communication network. LTE-A fomtocells were used to ride on the system to cre...

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CONTRUCTION SITES

 PicoCELA APs are used as “on the site” ad-hoc wi-fi networks for construction sites. The systems are being used as the network for resource management, M2M communication for “Tunnel Dig Sites”, and V...

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TRADE SHOWS

 PicoCELA system has been deployed as an ad-hoc Wi-Fi network for trade shows in large venues. On average, these trade shows host over 100,000 visitors over 3 days. The network is set up as the booths...

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