Northern Ireland Water

Nationwide analogue to digital radio migration provides NIW with improved asset visibility and management

When Northern Ireland Water (NIW) decided to upgrade its entire radio telemetry network, upgrading approximately 2,000 radios from analogue to digital, they chose the Aprisa SR radio, with network installation carried out by EMR Integrated Solutions. With the unique Aprisa SR data driven protected base station, the migration could be carried out without any interruption to the traffic, the end result being a network with full radio and data redundancy.

Aprisa SR Case Study - Northern Ireland Water

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