ILUX began its involvement by auditing the park’s environment, to find out more about the building’s internal layout and outside space. For the Wi-Fi requirements, it was imperative that the service be available across the site at all times, wherever it was being accessed. This meant designing an install that didn’t falter across all its 12 buildings as well as into the estate’s garden spaces, which cover an area of 1.8 million square feet.
ILUX used its Wi-Fi design skills to determine the best locations to place the transmitters, producing coverage maps to illustrate the strength of signal across the site. From these plans, ILUX then deployed the whole Wi-Fi solution, providing a discreet installation that complements the aesthetics of the building and outside areas. For the end-user experience, a branded portal was launched, providing a professional interface for all users to access the service on.
For the park’s digital signage, ILUX undertook structural surveys to specify a suite of screens that were specifically designed for the location they were needed in. These included screens for the park’s lifts, which used ILUX’s unique lift system that enables centralised management, ceiling hung scree