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WIRELESS PROJECTS

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IOWA STATE FAIR

CHALLENGE

AT&T was lacking quality service at the fairgrounds, but they wanted a creative, stealth approach instead of a regular cellular tower.

SOLUTION

Erected a “stealth” water tower with the AT&T equipment inside hidden behind the panels to be more appealing to the fair goers. 

PRODUCTS USED

  • Vinco Boom Truck Manitowoc 900A 

  • Bobcat E85 Excavator 

  • Bobcat T595 Skidsteer 

  • 2 JLG 135JSP Telescopic Boom Lifts 

  • Telehandler Skytrak 6034 

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PARSONS

CHALLENGE

Existing towers were outdated and not compatible for easy and safe maintenance for the FAA technicians to be able to service their equipment. 

SOLUTION

Erected a new 30–foot structure, that is OSHA compliant with staircases, a complete hand rail system and swing gate system for easy access for the FAA technicians to service their equipment safely and efficiently. 

PRODUCTS USED

  • Vinco Boom Truck Manitowoc 900A 

  • 2 JLG 450AJ Articulating Boom Lifts 

  • JCB Telehandler 510–56 

  • T76 Bobcat Skid steer 

  • John Deere 26G Excavator 

  • Bobcat E85 Excavator 

  • T595 Bobcat Skidsteer 

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NASA

CHALLENGE

To provide a 3GPP network that closely replicates a solution to be deployed on the lunar surface supporting Astronauts training for Artimus Missions. NASAS plans to have NASA Astronauts training on a terrestrial system that is dynamically able to deploy and adjust to provide different EVA missions to be carried out on the moon.  

SOLUTION

A base station shall be deployed that is capable of adjusting to different proposed Vehicular and structure deployments to the Lunar Surface that consist of a satellite connectivity to JSC for mission like conditions. From the Base, Astronauts will perform simulated EVA missions in terrain with objectives to train against for actual deployments. Each astronaut will be carrying their own decentralized SA 5G network that dynamically meshes with neighboring base stations in the Lunar architecture. From the private 5G network NASA will also utilize connectivity to attach various sensors and hardware for mission planning.

PRODUCTS USED

  • We are working together with Dell to provide edge computing platforms as well as Kymeta, Dejero, and Nokia all connected using RIDUX as the core management solution on all base stations

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