Projects | 2017

  • 20/11 2017
    Eindhoven (The Netherlands) – Why Rabobank contacted us? To validate the WLAN in their new building at the site in Eindhoven. The WLAN network had already been installed, it just needed a final follow-up check with a validation site survey.
    Rabobank is an international financial services provider operating on the basis of cooperative principles. The Rabobank Group has Dutch roots and offers retail banking, leasing, private banking, wholesale banking and real estate services. 
  • 14/11 2017
    Antwerpen (Belgium) - KPMG moved their branch in Antwerp from Kontich to the new complex Post X in Berchem. In order to a smooth relocation, this new site has to be totally Wi-Fi ready. After ordering a predictive site survey for their building in Zaventem in October, KPMG commissioned us to do a pre-installation site survey.
    KPMG is a global network of independent member firms offering audit, tax and advisory services. Member firms can be found in 152 countries. Collectively they employ more than 189,000 people across a range of disciplines.
  • 08/11 2017
    Groningen (The Netherlands) – Location-based Services (LBS) over the WLAN structure implies great advantages for hospitals like Het Ommelander Ziekenhuis. Equipment can be easily tagged and found by the staff. At Het Ommelander Ziekenhuis a pre-installation site survey will give clarity on how to properly install LBS in this particular area.
    Het Ommelander Ziekenhuis arose out of a merger with Delfzicht Ziekenhuis and St. Lucas Ziekenhuis. Anually they have about 184.000 visits and welcome 22.000 patients.
  • 03/11 2017
    Vilvoorde (Belgium) – Can you perform a WLAN installation at our site in Vilvoorde? At that question of Vincotte we said wholeheartedly yes! This industrial site we already knew, because they previously asked us to do a pre-installation site survey.
    Vincotte advises companies and individuals in terms of inspection, certification, conformity assessments procedures and education. With 1.800 professionals and 60.000 clients they are the biggest player in the Benelux.
  • 27/10 2017
    Tienen (Belgium) – Sometimes employees in a company remark WLAN problems. At Delta vzw in Tienen they had rooming issues. Which solution did they get? A validation site survey gave them the necessary advice on how to improve the WLAN situation.
    Delta vzw is a sheltered workshop with a core business of packaging and assembling operations. Their employees? People who are unemployed for more than 5 years and have a low educational level. By working at a sheltered workshop it gives them the opportunity to forge ahead to a job in the regular job market.
  • 23/10 2017
    Tilburg (The Netherlands) – Fabory is building a new warehouse in The Netherlands. The new racks that will be placed there, will cause WLAN interference. In the pre-installation site survey we will take this and other specific information into account.
    Fabory has branches in 10 countries. This supplier for qualitative mounting solutions provides a large assortiment of tools, industrial products and safety equipment. Did you know they export worldwide?
  • 18/10 2017
    Saint-Quentin-Fallavier (France) – This particular site of international furniture manufacturer was no unknown territory for us. In the past we measured a WLAN site survey outside of the building. The current project is the renovated warehouse with newly installed racks. You may say that this pre-installation site survey will improve the WLAN situation.
    The concept of this furniture manufacturer is clear and concrete. It starts with the idea of providing a range of home furnishing products that are affordable to many people. It is achieved by combining quality, design, function, and value - always with sustainability in mind. This group is represented in 28 countries with 340 stores.
  • 09/10 2017
    Zaventem (Belgium) – Sometimes companies, like KPMG, ask for a predictive site survey because their building is under construction. Therefore, they get an estimation on how the installation should run. When the building is ready a pre-installation site survey gives a more accurate result.
    KPMG is a global network of independent member firms offering audit, tax and advisory services. Member firms can be found in 152 countries. Collectively they employ more than 189,000 people across a range of disciplines.
  • 04/10 2017
    Brussel (Belgium) – Seven floors in the very centre of Brussels: that will be the new working space of several ERGO and DKV employees. Advanced Networks is privileged partner for the WLAN installation and all of the cabling work. From site survey to fiber installation: name it and we’ll make sure it happens.
    Munich Re (or Münchner Rück) is one of the world’s leading reinsurers. The group operates in all lines of insurance, with around 45,000 employees throughout the world and combines primary insurance and reinsurance under one roof. It is active, through DKV Belgium, D.A.S. and ERGO Insurance nv, in Belgium.

  • 28/09 2017
    Luik (Belgium) – It is almost impossible to imagine the world today without WLAN. Even patients in nursing homes want to stay involved. CHC asked a pre-installation site survey for the total group. Divisions Saint Charles, Les Peupliers, Saint Joseph and La Vierge des Pauvres already had a visit from us.
    CHC is a hospital group based near Liège (Belgium). It brings together six clinics, polyclinics, nursing homes and a nursery. The group has 1,045 acute beds, 30 beds MSP (psychiatric home) and 684 residential beds for the elderly. It employs 4,000 people and employs more than 800 physicians and independent providers. 
  • 21/09 2017
    Tienen (Belgium) – ‘Can you fix our WLAN network?’, asked Blankedale Tienen. With a validation site survey we currently map all of the WLAN problems and fix the major issues. The first step-up in their network is ensured. Afterwards Blankedale will receive an advising report to improve and maximise the WLAN coverage.
    At Blankedale, we aim to create a workplace that enables people with a disability to develop their professional skills as effectively as possible. We make every effort to facilitate maximum development, integration and independence for our employees.
    Currently Blankedale employs over 800 people, of whom 85% have a disability.


  • 05/09 2017
    Diest (Belgium) – Advanced Networks advised optimisations for the telemetry monitoring system of Dräger in AZ Diest. This system is specifically used for (heart) monitors. It will be used at the intensive care unit of the hospital.
    This hospital has two campuses: Statiestraat and Hasseltsestraat. Recently AZ Diest, Heilig Hart Tienen, UZ Leuven and Heilig Hart Leuven decided to work more intensive together. The outcome? Medical care in the region will be well-balanced.
  • 01/09 2017
    Arnhem, Emmen and Delfzijl (The Netherlands) – One of our current projects? The production area and offices of Teijin Aramid are nowadays our habitat. With a pre-installation WLAN site survey Teijin Aramid will know the guidelines for proper installation of the access points.
    Teijin Aramid is the global leader in aramid technology, that is used in application areas such as automotive, marine, protective clothing, oil and gas. Worldwide the company has 1750 employees.
  • 28/08 2017
    Slough (The United Kingdom) – A while ago, biopharmaceutical giant UCB asked us to do a pre-installation WLAN site survey. UCB wanted to work together again and trusted us for cabling and the installation of the access points.
    UCB is a global biopharmaceutical company focusing on creating value for people living with neurology and immunology conditions. This global player is inspired by patients and driven by science.
  • 22/08 2017
    Weert (The Netherlands) – One of the largest Dutch distribution centres of Lidl needed a validation site survey. We tuned the WLAN network on site.
    Lidl is a well-known chain of food stores in Europe. Their perspective? Good quality for a low price. Lidl started small in the 1930s in the German region Schwaben.
  • 16/08 2017
    Brussel (Belgium) - Many start-ups and entrepreneurs who bring their own device: that caused WLAN problems at ICAB. A validation site survey gave them the solution to a good Wi-Fi coverage. And thus, the ‘Bring Your Own Device’ policy can flawlessly stay.
    ICAB is a business and technology incubator. It offers ICT-consultants and engineers who are working on an innovative project a flexible accommodation. In this thriving entrepreneurial community start-ups, potential customers and future partners meet each other.
  • 08/08 2017
    Aalst (Belgium) – Why Jan De Nul Group wanted us for WLAN help? This large company intends to renew the WLAN network deployment in the headquarters and warehouse. And they searched for a partner that has expertise and experience in these specific environments. Therefore, Advanced Networks was asked to perform a pre-installation site survey.
    Innovation, expertise and sustainability are the corner stones of Jan De Nul Group. As a dredging, offshore, civil and environmental contractor the group is a leading expert in the business.
  • 04/08 2017
    Tienen and Aarschot (Belgium) – A hospital is an intense hub of patients and their loved ones. This is also the case with Heilig Hart Tienen. Lots of visitors using Wi-Fi can result into interference on the WLAN network. Heilig Hart Tienen asked for an update of their network. So, we performed a site survey and advised on how to improve the Location-based Services (LBS) and Voice over WLAN-network.
    Heilig Hart Tienen is a regional hospital with three campuses: Mariëndal, St-Jan and Medisch Centrum Aarschot. It has a rich history and a vibrant present with over 300 beds, 185.000 annual consultations and 10.000 days of hospitalisation per year.
  • 01/08 2017
    Brugge (Belgium) – Nowadays you can find us in the basement of the AZ Sint-Jan Brugge. The reason? Wi-Fi coverage in technical spaces is important, because Wi-Fi coverage is more and more necessary for maintenance, synchronisations and updates.
    AZ Sint-Jan Brugge-Oostende AV has three medical sites that work together intensively: campus Sint-Jan and St-Franciscus Xaverius in Brugge and campus Henri Serruys in Oostende.
  • 28/07 2017
    Rotterdam and Eindhoven (the Netherlands) - These two offices of Deutsche bank can use a good Wi-Fi coverage in the workspace. A pre-installation WLAN site survey gives Deutsche Bank the guidelines for proper installation of the access points.
    Deutsche Bank is nearly a century active in the Netherlands. The bank has over 800 employees and is the biggest international bank in the Netherlands. Globally, it has more than 30 million clients and offices in 70 countries.
  • 26/07 2017
    Leeuwarden (the Netherlands) – Currently we advise MCL Leeuwarden about the configuration of their network. For instance, which channel mapping should be used? MCL Leeuwarden wanted to renew the Wi-Fi network, with an equally good network as the old one. A validation and pre-installation site survey combined with this advice: that was the solution.
    MCL Leeuwarden is a centre of clinical excellence for acute, complex en basic care. It aims on research, education and innovation. 
  • 24/07 2017
    Wierde (Belgium) - One of our current projects takes place at the headquarters of project integrator Win. No need to say that an excellent Wi-Fi coverage is quite important for an IT integrator: for their clients and for their own functioning. Win asked for a pre-installation site survey in the new area in their headquarters.
    Win is an operator and integrator of ICT-services for companies and public en health organisations. They look at the needs of your organisation and define and implementate a solution.
  • 19/07 2017
    Hornu (Belgium) – Having an excellent Wi-Fi coverage is very important in medical environments. Medical center Epicura is expanding their activities. At the new medical area in Hornu we performed a pre-installation site survey.
    Medical center Epicura has 7 sites, 400 doctors and 875 beds for patients to lie in. The hospitals provides 26.000 days of hospitalizations and 400.000 consultations on an annual base.
  • 17/07 2017
    Brussel (Belgium) – “Students complain about Wi-Fi in their accomodation”; it could be the headline of an article in a student newspaper. ULB didn’t want to let it come that far. A validation site survey gave them the solution to a good Wi-Fi coverage in the students accomodation.
    The Université libre de Bruxelles is an international university at the heart of Europe. It has 12 faculties, offers 40 undergraduate programmes and 247 graduate programmes. Four scientific Nobel Prizes, one Fields Medal, three Wolf Prizes and two Marie Curie Prizes are the evidence of the university's longstanding tradition of excellence.
  • 13/07 2017
    Dendermonde (Belgium) – Dendermonde Rugby Club had problems with Wi-Fi in their building. A validation site survey gave the solution for making the network strong and healthy again.
    This sports club can not be compared with any other club. Dendermonde Rugby Club is focused on amateur players but works very professionally.
  • 10/07 2017
    Den Haag (The Netherlands) – Students could really use a good Wi-Fi in the surroundings of their school. The Hague University of Applied Sciences asked us for a pre-installation WLAN site survey at the campuses of The Hague and Delft. We made sure their capacity was good enough to cope the use.
    Almost 26.000 students from more than 140 different countries study at The Hague University of Applied Sciences. It has campuses in and around The Hague: The Hague itself, Zoetermeer and Delft.
  • 07/07 2017
    Monheim (Germany) – How do you recognize happy partners? When they agree to work with you again. And again. The pre-installation WLAN site survey in the department in Monheim is not our first collaboration. In this particular project UCB now knows the best locations to install the access points.
    UCB is a global biopharmaceutical company, with a focus on neurology and immunology. Total revenue grew to € 4,2 billion in 2016. More than 7700 people in all corners of the globe work at UCB.
  • 04/07 2017
    Brielle, Westvoorne and Nisswaard (The Netherlands) – When citizens go to the theater or a community center, they expect good Wi-Fi coverage in the building. So they can share the experience with friends and family members or look something up. These Dutch municipalities responded to that and we supported them.
    Brielle, Westvoorne and Nisswaard work together on a global network called Syntrophos Shared Service Center. By combining efforts they will get great quality at lower costs.
  • 30/06 2017
    Waidhofen (Austria) - TE Connectivity is a long-lasting partner with a global reach. At the branch in Waidhofen a good Wi-Fi coverage was needed in the warehouse and production area. A pre-installation WLAN site survey gives them the guidelines for proper installation of the access points.
    TE Connectivity has a diverse range of connectivity solutions. Such as essential elements in cars, planes, power grids, electronics and more. The company has 75.000 employees in nearly 150 countries.
  • 28/06 2017
    Zaventem (Belgium) – Custom made mounting support: one of our specialties. Mounting products are designed specially to reduce radio reflection and stabilize the RF environment as much as possible. Currently we are providing materials for organisations in different sectors.

    Interested in mounting support?
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  • 23/06 2017
    Brielle, Westvoorne and Nisswaard (The Netherlands) – These municipalities join forces in terms of ICT, geo-information and telephony. This global network is called Syntrophos Shared Service Center. Advanced Networks did a pre-installation site survey in public buildings such as community centres and a theater.
    These three local authorities decided to work together on a common system. By combining efforts they will get an equal result: more quality at lower costs.
  • 20/06 2017
    Jolymon (Belgium) – Why the hospital of Lobbes asked Advanced Networks to come over? To advise and optimize the telemetry monitoring system of Dräger. This system is specifically used for (heart) monitors. It is often used in hospitals and retirement homes.
    The hospital of Lobbes is a general hospital and is a part of the Group Jolimont. The hospitals of Jolimont and Lobbes provide 714 beds, 185.000 days of hospitalisation and 315.000 consultations on an annual base. More than 23.000 persons stay at the institutions per year.
  • 15/06 2017
    Den Haag (The Netherlands) – In new construction Sportcampus Zuiderpark every visitor can rely on Wi-Fi coverage in the whole building. Advanced Networks executes their total Wi-Fi coverage project. First we performed a pre-installation site survey and then we installed the access points and performed cabling. We are finalising on tuning the network by performing a validation site survey. Clients find it quite convenient to work with a partner that manages the total WLAN project.
    Sportcampus Zuiderpark is an inspiring and vibrant sport venue. It has facilities for a lot of different sports and is a knowledge centre as well. Whether you are a sport addict, student, an athlete or a recreational sporter: everybody is welcome. 
  • 12/06 2017
    Tresigny (France) – One of the leading furniture manufacturers worldwide has no doubts: Wi-Fi coverage in their warehouse in Tresigny has to be optimal. At all times scanning of products should run smoothly. We performed a pre-installation site survey.
    This group has 340 stores in 28 countries. The concept starts with the idea of providing a range of home furnishing products that are affordable to many people. It is achieved by combining function, quality, design and value - always with sustainability in mind. 
  • 08/06 2017
    Dinant (Belgium) – A large or small company: problems with Wi-Fi can arise in every shop, office or other work environment. Trafic Shop requested our help for a validation site survey. The Wi-Fi in the shop in Dinant now works correctly again.
    Trafic Shop is a retail chain specialised in non-food distribution. In 1984 the very first Trafic Shop opened in Doornik (Belgium). Currently Trafic has more than 80 shops in Belgium, France, and the UK.
  • 02/06 2017
    Den Haag (The Netherlands) – One of our current projects? At The Hague University of Applied Sciences we are performing a site survey. With that action we want to make sure that the WLAN can cope the capacity of this very large school.
    Almost 26.000 students from more than 140 different countries study at The Hague University of Applied Sciences. It has campuses in and around The Hague: The Hague itself, Zoetermeer and Delft.
  • 29/05 2017
    Leuven (Belgium) – Some partners ask for a total WLAN project. Such as Regionaal Ziekenhuis Heilig Hart Leuven. They wanted a pre-installation site survey, the installation and a validation site survey. The final configuration has been done and runs perfectly.
    Regionaal Ziekenhuis Heilig Hart Leuven is a hospital in the centre of Leuven. The staff wants people to feel welcome and is very approachable. The personal story of every patient is equally important as the medical aspects.
  • 23/05 2017
    Brussels (Belgium) – University VUB will get in 2020 a total architectural transformation with 650 modern student homes, classrooms, examination rooms, a scientific centre, a cultural café and a swimming pool. Making sure Wi-Fi coverage in Building XY will be solidly we did a reference measurement followed by a predictive site survey. The students will accomodate in this building.
    VUB is a international orientated university in the heart of Europe. It delivers high quality research and education.
  • 19/05 2017
    Leeuwarden (the Netherlands) – Combining a validation and pre-installation site survey? Is that possible? Well, yes. That’s how you can verify if existing access points will comply with the new deployment. MCL Leeuwarden already had a good network but wants to renew it. The quality of the new network has to be at least equally as good as the old one.
    MCL Leeuwarden is a centre of clinical excellence for acute, complex en basic care. It aims on research, education and innovation.
  • 15/05 2017
    Halle (Belgium) – Most of the hospitals specifically ask for Location-based Services (LBS). What is the advantage? Equipment such as wheelchairs is used on different floors. Looking for these materials could cost a lot of precious time. With LBS the equipment is tagged and easily found.
    AZ Sint Maria Halle is a hospital with a large care provision. Their mission? Offering high quality care and medicine to everybody. A personal aproach is a key priority.
  • 10/05 2017
    Machelen (Belgium) – The new sorting centre of courier service DHL is a follow-up project. After the pre-installation WLAN site survey we are currently installing access points.
    The new sorting centre is an impressive hub near Brussels Airport. DHL is the global market leader in the logistics industry. The courier service will expand operations at the airport. DHL will be able to process nearly 40.000 shipments per hour instead of 12.000. Also, this new hub will result in new and more employment.
  • 02/05 2017
    Den Haag (the Netherlands) – Playing sports makes you happier. In the new construction Sportcampus Zuiderpark every visitor can rely on a good framing. For example, Wi-Fi coverage will be provided in the whole building. Advanced Networks is designated to execute their total Wi-Fi coverage project. First we performed a site survey and then we installed the access points. Later on, a validation site survey will follow. For the client it’s convenient to work with a partner that manages the total WLAN project.
    Sportcampus Zuiderpark is an inspiring and vibrant sport venue. It has facilities for a lot of different sports and is a knowledge centre as well. Whether you are a sport addict, student, an athlete or a recreational sporter: everybody is welcome.
  • 30/04 2017
    Brussels (Belgium) – The Flemish government is building a whole new construction. Wi-Fi is absolutely necessary in the new Herman Teirlinckbuilding. ADV already performed a predictive site survey and a WLAN site survey. Very soon, we will install the access points and finalise the total WLAN project with a validation site survey.
    The new Herman Teirlinckbuilding is located near Thurn & Taxis in Brussels. A wide range of public services will be accomodated in the construction that consists of 13 floors.
  • 26/04 2017
    Chatres (France) - A globally active furniture manufacturer had WLAN problems at one of their branches in France. The coverage in the warehouse didn’t work properly. With an Advanced Networks validation site survey the clients’ WLAN got tuned and validated. Conclusion? Those problems are solved.
    This global player has 340 stores in 28 countries. Their concept starts with the idea of providing a range of home furnishing products that are affordable to many people. It is achieved by combining function, quality, design and value - always with sustainability in mind. 
  • 20/04 2017
    Lanaken (Belgium) – What do you do when you are pleased with work results? You want those results again. That’s why Ziekenhuis Oost-Limburg teamed up again with Advanced Networks. This time for a predictive site survey in the campus in Lanaken.

    Ziekenhuis Oost-Limburg is a dynamic hospital with 3 campuses: Sint-Jan in Genk, campus Sint-Barbara in Lanaken and André Dumont in Waterschei. ZOL is an expert in specific matters such as neurosurgery, radiotherapy and fertility. It’s also an education center for assistant doctors.
  • 10/04 2017
    Hong Kong (China) / Culpepper en Manassas (USA) – A successful WLAN network is very important for a globally active company such as SWIFT. For the offices in China and the USA we performed a full validation of the WLAN network including a WLAN security audit.
    SWIFT is a global member-owned cooperative and the world’s leading provider of secure financial messaging services. Its global and neutral character is reflected in its increasingly international governance and oversight. SWIFT performs in over 200 countries and territories. 
     
  • 03/04 2017
    Zwevegem (Belgium) – Residential care facility Sint-Amand selects us as partner for their global WLAN project. They requested a site survey some time ago, and we succesfully installed the Acces Points. Making sure the Wi-Fi is optimal, we will do a Validation site survey with RF tuning.
    This residential care facility accomodates 149 people. Patients can stay for a short or longer period of time. Sint-Amand lays in the center of Zwevegem.
  • 24/02 2017
    Machelen (Belgium) – One of our current projects is the new sorting centre of courier service DHL. We are performing a pre-installation site survey for this impressive hub near Brussels Airport.
    DHL is the global market leader in the logistics industry. The courier service will expand operations at the airport en opens the new sorting centre this year. DHL will be able to process nearly 40.000 shipments per hour instead of 12.000. Also, this new hub will result in new and more employment.
  • 14/02 2017
    Ruiselede (Belgium) – Community institution De Zande asked specifically for a Wi-Fi network that supports voice applications. Their concern was the ability to call through Wi-Fi at the campus in Ruiselede. We performed a site survey and turned their question into reality. Currently, we are making the same thing happen at the other two campuses in Beernem and Wingene.
    Campus Ruiselede is a part of Community institution De Zande and has a capacity of 54 places for boys between 12 and 18 years old. The main objective is to let the youngster overthink his situation, giving him structure and helping him in his search for a new future.
  • 30/01 2017
    Herstal (Belgium) – During our WLAN site survey at the André Renard hospital we measured for telemetry. That means certain parameters, in this case cardiac rhythm, are measured from a distance. Those data are sent through a wireless connection to a different location.

    The communication of the cardiac monitoring goes through Wi-Fi. Therefore it is really important to have a very reliable signal that is strong enough. With a good coverage of Wi-Fi Access Points in the hospital we made that happen.
    The André Renard hospital is part of the larger Solidarisgroup. They integrate progessive structures that are based on a humanist vocation.
  • 13/01 2017
    Zaventem (Belgium) – Brussels Airport is a well-attended hub for tourists, business passengers and cargo. For this economic power house Wi-Fi is utterly important to keep business going. We currently work on improving Wi-Fi by performing a WLAN site survey.
    With nearly 22 million passengers in 2016 Brussels Airport is one of the largest airports in Europe and the main airport in Belgium. It connects the capital of Europe to 238 destinations around the globe, served by 78 airlines. Brussels Airport is the second most important economic growth pole in Belgium with a 1.8% share in the national GDP and an added value for Belgium of € 3.2 billion.