Industry 4.0

If you have an idea, we know how to implement it.

Smart cities

City — a place where there is more of everything. More people, more of diverse contacts, more creativity, more money but more problems as well.

The problem with parking space can be solved by a network of sensors and an application in your phone, which will show you where you can find a free parking space for your car. The problem of smog can be dealt with using the same network of sensors but programmed differently, it will also collect data and show officials where urban heat islands are located, so they can plant more trees there.

Technology in the service of man, to make life more comfortable, safer and smarter.

We will design and implement it

Internet of Things

At the beginning there were only words. In fact, there were pictures, because we have learned how to draw earlier than how to speak. It took us thousands of years to learn how to send words and images over distance.

Less than a century later, we decided to teach objects how to respond to our will hidden behind words and images. And that is how the idea of the Internet of Things has emerged — wireless transmission of our orders to devices such as an automatic vacuum cleaner, refrigerator that will do shopping for us, or a sensor that will know if it is too hot outside and will turn on the air conditioning by itself.

Smart devices require an intelligent communication network. Emitel builds LPWAN (low-power wide-area network) in the LoRaWAN standard so that your objects can communicate without consuming too much power, allowing them for long operation time without the need to replace or recharge batteries.

DAS and Small Cell

We find solutions. We respond to needs and trends. We focus on network diversity and sharing models.

DAS — means denser, faster and more optimal networks.  DAS is an acronym which stands for Distributed Antenna System. DAS installations increase the network capacity which is difficult to provide in other ways due to investment limitations for macro stations.

DAS is similar to electromagnetic waves — they exist but cannot be seen. Antennas also exist, but they are inconspicuous because they blend into the landscape. And thanks to them the Internet works faster.

Small Cell are low-power base stations with short ranges that are a way of densifying mobile networks that have to keep up with the growing number of Internet users who download more and more data. We design and aggregate low infrastructure facilities in preparation for the development of 5G networks. We create an offer of shared access to the 5G network and infrastructure. We find the components of systems that can be shared by several operators in order to build optimal solutions in densely populated locations.