Aged Care facilities are relying on a solid wireless network more and more as technology requirements keep on increasing. Whether for Telehealth, EMR (electronic medical records), or location tracking for inventory management, a reliable network is vital.

not working?

We can work with You, and Your I.T. company to improve it!

not working?

We can work with You, and Your I.T. company to improve it!

not working?

We can work with You, and Your I.T. company to improve it!

Performance starts with great design

The demand for WiFi in any environment is huge, and network designs need to be able to handle the traffic. Let us provide you with professionally designed Heat Maps and accurate Bill of Materials to give you the upper hand over the competition.

AP Lineup

Coverage Variation

Did you know that vendor products have very different RF signatures? This means that your coverage and capacity is going to differ based on what WLAN vendor you choose.  Our reports give you a complete BOM and location of each AP so you don’t have to guess.

Proper Planning Prevents Poor Performance

A huge factor to a successful WiFi solution is the WLAN design. WiFi is not like Ethernet, you can’t simply plug more AP’s in, in fact, in many cases, this can have a detrimental effect to WLAN.




First, we gather Blueprints/CAD drawings of your building and put it into our software to begin planning. Having this allows us to completely customise a solution for your property.

When ordering, you will be able to provide information such as equipment makes/models, and network requirements.


Using the latest professional planning equipment, we design the most accurate representation of what your WLAN network will look like.

Our tools allow us to design and maintain Wi-Fi networks for high capacity, VoIP, video streaming, or RTLS.


After the design is complete, we provide a detailed report that is completely white-labelled and customisable.

The report will provide heat maps of the property, as well as detailed information for the configuration of the access points.

Report Example