Whether you want to provide Wi-Fi for a shopping centre, campsite, caravan park, marina or hotel or just provide Wi-Fi HotSpot services at a small venue such as a pub or restaurant, we can help!
We also provide point to point broadband links for remote locations such as farms. Gould Electronics can provide solutions ranging from simple traditional wireless broadband routers right through to fully managed systems that allow more control of internet traffic and guest access levels. System settings and optional pay-per-use services can easily be changed and managed via a web browser.
Wireless access points feature the latest in Wi-Fi 802.11n MIMO technology capable of high speeds. We offer a wide range of antenna options capable of covering any size of installation, including challenging coverage areas.
Powerful user control
Unlike traditional wireless broadband routers, our systems allow you to fully manage system traffic and guest access levels via a web browser interface.
Control features at a glance
• Easy customisation and advanced options for guest portals including authentication and hotspot setup.
• Take advantage of rate limiting for your guests.
• Apply different bandwidth rates (download/upload), limit total data usage and limit duration of use.
• Built-in support for billing integration using major credit cards via PayPal™.
• Built-in support for voucher-based authentication.
• Built-in Hotspot Manager for voucher creation, guest management and payment refund.
Tresco Estate commissioned Gould Electronics to provide a high speed wireless point to multipoint data system connecting key points on the Island of Tresco and the neighbouring Island of Bryher.
Bannsvale Farm Cottages and Barns Self Catering Holiday Accommodation near Porthtowan and St. Agnes, Cornwall.
Forda - Award winning holiday lodges & luxury holiday cottages in a quiet secluded valley.
Carnmenellis Hill Farm is situated too far from the BT exchange for modern internet services to be available.
The Mystery Dining Company has found at least eight in ten consumers consider Wi-Fi access when choosing a hotel. The vast majority of hotel guests who regularly use wireless broadband services would prefer free, capped access over paid-for alternatives, according to a new survey from The Mystery Dining Company.
Of those surveyed, 76 per cent of them preferred a less reliable, slower service with a capped limit over a higher quality connection with a charge based on data consumption or time. Some 99 per cent of respondents believe they should automatically be given free wireless internet access if they have paid £100 or more for their accommodation. Information source - www.mysterydining.com
Research on internet usage at hotels states 95 per cent of business travellers care if there is Wi-Fi or a wired connection in a hotel, 63 per cent of business travellers confirm, prior to booking, whether a hotel has internet and 24 per cent assume a hotel has guest Internet connections. A poor hotel Wi-Fi experience influences 36 per cent of business travellers on whether they re-book that specific hotel in the future.
Business travellers aged 35-54 are more likely to post complaints on travel websites. About 80 per cent of business travellers return to the same locations on business trips – 22 per cent do this frequently; 17 per cent of business travel hotel guests don’t inform the hotel when they have a poor Wi-Fi experience; 22-34 year-old business travellers are more forgiving of a poor hotel Wi-Fi service with only 25 per cent stating it influences whether they book that specific hotel in the future.
J.D Power & Associates indicated that Wi-Fi was a “top five ‘must-have’” amenity for hotel guests in a report earlier this year. “With hotels constantly reviewing their repeat hotel occupancy it is increasingly important to ensure that internet connectivity for hotel guests works consistently,” said Marcio Avillez, Vice President of Supply Management at iPass. “The business traveller needs high-quality internet connectivity at hotels, whether it’s an additional service fee or free."
Information source - hotelmarketingstrategies.com/business-travelers-Wi-Fi.
Scot-Tel-Gould have installed Wireless Networks at 380 sites throughout 160 towns and villages in the Grampian region of Scotland. We run a ‘Core Network’ of aerials which transmit our wireless signal around the whole of the Grampian Region. Our core networks are entirely deployed on licensed spectrum. This spectrum is owned and managed by Scot-Tel-Gould. Web Link
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