SmartAir Public Solution
Public Wi-Fi 1.0 & 2.0
Public Wi-Fi 1.0, which has been promoted for six years until 2017, was mainly targeted at places for working-class people/low-income people such as traditional markets and welfare facilities. This policy drive is seen to be effective in reducing communication costs in households and reducing information imbalances between the priviledged and the underpriviledged.
Since 2015, the government has been thinking about 'public Wi-Fi mid- to long-term' development plan, and in 2018, it will expand to areas with high demand for population density, such as cultural, commercial and tourism facilities. Of course, the public Wi-Fi 1.0 was applied to local areas planned for culture and tourism facilities, and SmartAir solutions were applied to “Kangwon-Do tourist facilities public Wi-Fi”, “Incheon Gyeyang-gu office”, and “Incheon Bupyeong-gu office”.
The biggest problems with public Wi-Fi services are management issues in public Wi-Fi AP and low speed due to simultaneous access by multiple subscribers. First of all, management issues are not real-time monitoring of the status of the wirelessAP service and are left in the failed state. By applying SmartAir solutions, all public Wi-Fi service APs are managed and monitored by the SmartAir controller, which enables real-time fault detection and action. Second, connectivity and low speed problems can be solved by operating an AP with the latest technologies available to many users and by designing wireless networks that take into account the floating population and radio shadow areas, and are currently operating without civil complaints.
Wireless Bridge & Mesh Service
For public Wi-Fi services where there is no telecommunication infrastructure, wireless bridges can be used to provide Internet access without installing wired communication infrastructure. SmartAir solutions can provide this wireless bridge service and can be managed and monitored by the SmartAir Controller in the same way as the Service AP.
In addition to configuring wireless bridges, the
SmartAir solution can be configured
using DWDS feature
that connected with multiple wireless links between APs, such as Mesh service configuration.
Wireless Service in Public institutions
Wireless WiFi in
public institutions is built in conjunction with public Wi-Fi projects.
Recently, wireless Wi-Fi is defined as the nature of public goods and public
institutions provide wireless Internet to citizens.
SmartAir solutions can display information or promotional screens for users using public Wi-Fi as shown below. These screens can be displayed on a web server or SmartAir controller running in your organization, and they can be viewed in both ways.