I recently started an engineering effort to validate a WiFi design and I was concerned about the signal level setting on an AP that uses directional antennas, to ensure our compliance with the local regulatory body (ACMA) requirements for spectrum management. I was particularly interested in the new four stream radios and four element antennas that are used on some
Laminar is approved to operate its own drone fleet for asset inspection. We recently acquired our RPA operator’s certificate (ReOC) meaning that we can now use drone equipment to complement the services we provide.
We use the latest drone technology to inspect customer assets before and after installing equipment such as microwave antennas. We can use the drone indoors and outdoors to scope a project before quoting or inspecting the finished work. We can also determine the performance of antennas by reading field strength performance and also visually “look down” the transmission path.
The drones have 5.2k video and 20MP still picture performance, so accurate detail can be recorded. This process saves money and minimises risk especially if we are trying to engineer a solution. Clients can use our drone services for other asset inspections if required.
Should you require the services of a licensed drone operator for commercial use such as: aerial photography, asset inspections or other assessments, please contact us on (07) 3177 0899 to see how we may be able to assist you.
I am frequently getting asked by our clients what needs to be done for the new privacy laws that came into play this year. These questions are typically coming from CIO's, senior IT professionals, company directors and business owners. Many of these people report to, or work with a board, who are becoming increasingly concerned about the organisations behavior around
I’ve been getting regular questions about extending WiFi for one-off situations. Things like.... “Can we get WiFi down on the back oval for sports day or for some major event?” or “Is there a cheaper option as it’s costing us and our staff to use 3G or 4G to access the school network or cloud”. Normally I’d say yes to
Our sales and network engineers are especially well known for wireless networking (WiFi), core networking and security systems.
We invest 10% of our time improving ourselves. The high tech IT industry evolves so quickly we feel that we need to stay ahead of the “curve” so that we can look after our clients. Laminar engineers maintain the highest certifications with our chosen vendors. It’s our job to disrupt our own work for continual improvement and to be brave enough to inform our clients of the latest way to do things.
We love technology, especially the technology we implement. We love trying new technology. We love understanding technology. We love keeping up to date with our industry. We respect the trust that clients place in us and in turn we respect that our clients are our bosses. We take great pride in the work we do.
Our mission is to help our clients make sense of the complications with building, operating and owning modern IT networking Infrastructure.
We want to provide an environment for our staff to make a living, to be technically challenged (be geeks) and make a difference in their community.
We want to genuinely help clients improve their ventures using the latest technologies and using our specialised “deep” skills to minimise the complexities of user experience.
We want to help people connect to their online world and information, fast, reliably and consistently.
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