We are on a mission to develop solutions that can perfect the way the world is wirelessly connected. Our ambition is to live in a world where our technologies greatly improve communication between people and machines.
Our Research and Development team is home to some of the most passionate and inquisitive minds that harness the latest in computer science and Artificial Intelligence (AI) to elevate the quality and performance of our network engineering platforms.
We form strategic collaborations with technology companies to enhance the usability and performance of our software solutions.
We secure funding to further advance our world class technological development of new network design and project management solutions.
We understand our customers’ needs so we can develop network design, project management and visualisation tools that provide them with the greatest benefit.
We nurture and attract the most passionate and inquisitive people to excel our technological advancements in response to customer and industry needs.
Cultivating and investing in our research and development culture unlocks the power of what science can do for our connected world. Since 2008 Ranplan Wireless has participated in numerous projects with EC Horizon 2020, Eurostars and Innovate UK.
This project brings together three partners: Ranplan Wireless, Ampotech, and the Singapore University of Technology and Design.
Integrating AI techniques into wireless networks is a critical part of the evolution toward 6G.
Focusing on the theoretical, algorithmic, & architectural foundations of integrated communication & sensing networks.
Tuning radio access network technology for 5G
Considering environmental factors
Characterization and prediction of service-level traffic for future sliced mobile network.
Building smarter cars for safer roads
Data Aware Wireless Networks for Internet of Everything
Indoor small-cell Networks with 3D MIMO Array Antennas
mmWave Communications in the Built Environments
Online Data Integrated Networks
Integration of building and wireless networks
Wireless Friendly Energy Efficient Buildings
Deploying High Capacity Dense Small Cell Heterogeneous Networks