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TRAFFIC™ Implementation

Our implementation and integration teams are committed to installing your solutions on time, within budget and will exceed your expectations in the level of service, quality and value. This is a reflection of our synchronized system of communication within the Hanco group. By initiating a detailed evaluation, implementing and managing the technical requirement functions, then helping to transform your business objectives into a live implementation, Hanco works hard at building long-term relationships.

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TRAFFIC™ The Total Mobile Solution

Implementation Phases:

  • TRAFFIC™ Software
  • Site Survey
  • Hardware Installation
  • Software Installation
  • Hardware Configuration
  • Software Configuration
  • Implementation
  • Education / Training
  • Barcode/RFID Labels and Reports
  • Crystal Report Development

On-site Survey

The goal of an RF site survey is to gather enough information and data to determine the number and placement of access points that will provide the coverage required. Coverage required usually means the support of a minimum data rate in a given area. An RF site survey will also detect the presence of radio interference coming from other sources that could degrade the performance of the wireless LAN.

The need and complexity of an RF site survey will vary depending on the size of the facility and the work that is to be accomplished. A site survey is a good idea for the use of any wireless device because without a survey, users could end up with inadequate coverage and suffer from low performance in some areas.

As a result, one should have an RF site survey performed to understand fully the behavior of radio waves within a facility before installing any wireless devices. The deliverable would be a site survey report.

Hardware Installation

The hardware installation is facilitated with the use of the site survey report. The following represent some of the activities that would typically take place during the hardware installation.

  • Necessary Cabling & Power
  • Mounting of access points
  • Mounting of antennas
  • Connection of antennas to access points
  • Connection of backbone LAN to access points
  • Connection of power to access points
  • Installation and connection of remote power system
  • Verification of coverage
  • Configuration of access points
  • Radio information
  • Obtain IP addresses