Client is a moving and storage company that caters to high net-worth home owners in a resort community. They also pack and ship expensive artwork and heirlooms for clients. Their warehouse needed a strong camera system and wireless network. Conducted a site visit to test their construction and to ascertain options for mounting and wiring. While onsite we used our testing equipment to determine the RF loss rates caused by the various walls and contents of the warehouse. With this data, we produced a predictive model for coverage.
Our best design called for a main rack with the router, a switch, UPS, and controller. From there, we ran to two remote racks, each with UPS and switch. Our design called for 19 access points and 16 cameras. Based on the client’s budget and needs, we selected Ubiquiti for the access points, cameras, switches. Client’s security company wanted to use a Meraki firewall which we worked with. Coordinated the wiring with their wiring contractor, then went onsite to install all the equipment. The cameras were mounted both inside and outside. All APs up with custom mounts to prevent any penetration of the structure. All racks installed and operational.
Once finished, converted the client to a managed network service and have maintained their network since July 2019. Along the way we have responded to several hardware failures (router and UPS units) and upgrades, maintained the network, adjusted frequencies as needed for best performance.