Step 1) Know which type of survey you need
Step 2) Use our survey cost calculator ———>>>>
Step 3) Talk with our team for a detailed estimate.
Commonly referred to as a “Stick and Pole Survey” or “Active Survey”, this survey can be used fo a blank canvas or total replacement of an existing network. Our gurus will physically visit your facility and use test radios in your environment to survey the performance of each square foot to generate a full design and supporting coverage or “heat-maps” to visually depict RF/Wifi coverage. It does not take into account any existing AP locations for repurposing.
This remotely performed survey utilizes floorplans of a facility to virtually recreating it within a survey tool to “predictively” estimate AP performance in the environment. The design is created entirely remotely with no onsite visit. Accuracy of performance is indicative if the quality and accuracy of the provided floorplan. Our gurus do not recommend the use of predictive surveys alone for network installation planning.
A combination of Greenfield and Predictive designs, our guru completes the design onsite but does not physically stand and test each individual AP. Instead, a predictive heatmap is created thus saving time and cost while still gathering valuable information onsite such as obstructions, mounting requirements, IDF locations, etc.
Commonly referred to as a “Passive” or “Active/Passive Survey”, this is an onsite survey of the existing performance of a currently deployed wireless infrastructure in order to determine remediation steps needed to resolve issues or expand upon the existing wireless deployment. This includes and in-depth review of the WLC (Wireless Lan Controller), or cloud-based dashboard to ensure the configurations are in line with best practices.
Like the name implies, this type of survey is used to “validate” that a particular WLAN implementation meets the requirements of the project. The WLAN is already in place, configured, and running as intended.