Anite has launched a new, more powerful measurement field unit, the Nemo Explorer-4 as part of its broader Nemo Autonomous measurement solution. The new field unit incorporates four handsets and an uplink modem with continuous data connectivity to a remote server.
The Nemo Autonomous solution enables 24 hours a day, seven days a week continuous measurements, benchmarking and collection of statistics. The solution reduces drive test costs significantly as a single user is able to remotely monitor and control numerous fixed and mobile field units.
“With our updated solution, operators and national regulators can now install measurement and benchmarking field units in fixed locations, in hotspots or vehicles and conduct continuous measurement of wireless networks. Remote control of the solution brings flexibility and efficiency into our customers’ measurement processes – directly streamlining OPEX,” said Jarno Siurua, director, Handheld Products at Anite Network Testing.
He concluded, “Our solution allows engineers to focus on the problem spots rather than on collecting the information, enabling a completely automated data-processing chain from the field to an open workbook with analysis results.”
The Nemo Autonomous solution consists of Nemo Explorer-4 measurement field unit containing four devices, Nemo Commander for remote control and Nemo analytics solutions for reporting and analysis.
Nemo Autonomous will be demonstrated at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona 22-25 of February at Stand 6I50. The company will also showcase its analytics products – Nemo Xynergy and Nemo WindCatcher, Nemo Walker Air and Nemo Handy for handheld/in-building measurements, and its latest benchmarking solution, Nemo Invex II.