CommScope's RUCKUS Solutions Enhance Operational Efficiency at Asia Airfreight Terminal
- Functional Applications - Warehouse Control Systems (WCS)
- Robots - Autonomous Guided Vehicles (AGV)
- Logistics & Transportation
- Inventory Management
- Picking, Sorting & Positioning
- System Integration
Asia Airfreight Terminal (AAT) needed to improve its Wi-Fi network to ensure operational efficiency and reduce network management workload. They also had separate networks for their office and CCTV cameras, making data center management challenging.
Asia Airfreight Terminal (AAT)
About The Customer
Asia Airfreight Terminal (AAT) is a cargo handling company based in Hong Kong International Airport. They handle cargo from leading airlines and pride themselves on having state-of-the-art facilities and IT capabilities. Wi-Fi is mission-critical for AAT as they rely on it for their automated Material Handling System (MHS) within the warehouse.
CommScope provided AAT with their RUCKUS family of solutions, including RUCKUS T310 outdoor access points (APs) with Mesh technology and RUCKUS R320 indoor access points. The Mesh technology allowed for a reliable configuration that overcame cabling difficulties, while the APs provided patented BeamFlex adaptive antenna technology to optimize network performance. CommScope also installed RUCKUS ICX 7150 switches for the office network and RUCKUS ICX 7650 switches for high-performance support.
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