August 28, 2023 - This entry summarizes the proposal for Active Safety that our company has presented to the II International Congress of Asphalt 4.0 (ICA 4.0) to be held in Madrid on September 26 and 27. You can attend or watch our presentation on September 27 at 11am, either directely at teh Conference or by internet.
12 April, 2023 - In this post we describe how we have solved the waste management in containers, for large surfaces, in a Smartcity by using LoRaWAN networks. These communication networks are making their way into our projects. They are doing so quietly, but continuously and consistently. There are more and more use cases using this technology. This should come as no surprise, as we have already seen the emergence of WiFis some time ago.
9 September, 2022 - Indoor and outdoor localisation is disruptive. Its use enables the transformation of business and the way work is carried out in companies. Over the last few years our company has been developing solutions for different sectors, such as Public Administrations, healthcare, smart buildings, industry and civil works. Now, in this blog post we update the description of our solution for increasing safety at work in industries and warehouses.
1 June 2022 - In this blog post we present the results obtained in measuring the performance of a 12-stream WiFi 6 router, the Netgear RAX120 with 8x8 on 5GHz and 4x4 on 2.4GHz, market price around 350€. We then compared it with other low to medium cost WiFi6 routers, the Huawei WiFi AX3 (model WS7100) for around 50€ and the Xiaomi Mi AIoT Router AX3600 for around 100€. We also compared it with the Netgear 7800 X4S which, although it is a WiFi5 (Wave 2) router, is a good previous generation device.
Is a WiFi6 8x8 much better than the WiF6 4x4?
February 11, 2022 - After our work last month comparing two inexpensive WiFi6 routers, this month we conducted a study between these two devices and the Netgear Nighthawk X4S AC2600 R7800, one of the best WiFi5 (wave 2) devices on the market.
The objective is to compare WiFi6 equipment that is now worth €40 or €80, with a high-performance WiFi5 equipment and although it has already been discontinued, it can still be found for more than €200 in some internet stores.
Will WiFi6 have improved enough for low-cost equipment to have similar features to last year's high-end WiFi5?
In this article we answer this question.