Whether it‘s a small trade show booth or a mega festival with up to 1 million guests – nothing works without stable wireless LAN. Ticketing at the entrance? Cashless payment? Wi-Fi for guests and crew? Separate networks for different users? These are just some of the questions we discuss with you in order to reliably determine the Wi-Fi requirements for your event production.
Before the event, we take a close look at the location with the help of CAD plans: Where are there obstacles such as walls, buildings, trees, or toilet containers that could interfere with the Wi-Fi coverage? Only then do we plan the exact placement of the access points and install them.
During the event, we monitor the Wi-Fi performance that really arrives at the end devices at every moment and react immediately if individual clients or access points experience problems.
And another specialty for our robust Wi-Fi: We segregate the networks, e.g. crew Wi-Fi, POS Wi-Fi for cash register systems and public Wi-Fi for the guests. Why? So that POS systems or EC terminals never suffer from the high load in the public-Wi-Fi or even fail.
With our Tournet Backbone, we always provide the appropriate wired network infrastructure as the basis for Tournet Wi-Fi throughout the event and ensure a stable Internet supply for your event.
When does it start? You got the event - we got the right concept. At any location. In all weathers.
Our setup is tested with up to 250.000 connected devices – this equals up to 1 million guests depending on the event. However we always build an infrastructure that suits your event: the Wi-Fi on a small trade fair booth is implemented quite differently than at a festival installation.
If you don't have an internet connection for your event yet, no problem. We will check your requirements and the options your location offers. 5G and satellite connections are available (almost) everywhere. We will be happy to bring the appropriate equipment with us.
Yes! Tournet Wi-Fi scales: for small solutions we have ready-made cases, which we are also happy to ship and assist remotely with the setup if required. The name of the Wi-Fi network and whether it should have a password is up to you.