Whilst the core of Airwave's business lies within the hospitality and healthcare sectors, the company's evolution has seen the diversification into other areas, notably: retail, education (including student accommodation), government, stadia/arenas and transport.
The specific requirements of each sector differ, however Airwave's partnerships with key manufacturers ensure that all available technologies can be provided, purchased directly from the manufacturer.
Hotels and Hospitality
Airwave provide a full range of guest-room entertainment solutions for hotels and is Europe's leading supplier, installer and integrator of hospitality television and systems. From TV screens to interactive information pages, smart TV and fully integrated IPTV solutions, Airwave can provide a tailored system catering for all types and sizes of hotels and commercial accommodation.
We have worked with almost every major hotel chain but are equally at home supplying systems to independent hotels and bed and breakfast accommodation. Click here to see a selection of our current and previous customers.
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Airwave understand the needs of both hospitals and patients and has developed a multi- tier approach, ranging from standalone television to interactive networked services, future-proofing your technology. Our unique proposition offers scope to determine how TV and interactive services are charged to patients - providing flexibility and full control.
Our fully interactive hospital IP system enables the delivery of television, radio, Internet, SMS, E-mail, VOIP and treatment plan videos whilst simultaneously interfacing with hospital systems, providing staff with patient information.
Airwave’s state-of-the-art cloud-based Wi-Fi system is a cost-effective way of providing fast and robust internet coverage to healthcare environments, minimising the associated structural disruption of a cabled service.
Airwave have provided TV systems to a number of public and private hospitals, care homes and secure accommodation facilities.
The spread out (and often remote) nature of many holiday parks requires considerable expertise in the distribution of RF, IP and data networks – guests will no longer tolerate weak wifi or a poor television signal. Airwave’s extensive experience in the sector position us as the UK’s leading provider of AV technology to UK holiday parks.
In a retail environment, the use of the right technology is a crucial aspect in engaging an audience quickly and efficiently. Airwave’s portfolio of digital signage solutions help advertise and promote products and services, increase revenue streams and provide a tangible return on investment.
From standalone displays to nationwide signage networks and small-screen signage (ideal to maximise POS effectiveness) to video wall solutions, Airwave’s vast experience and expertise can help maximise audience engagement and provide a wow factor in retail stores.
The impact of technology in the education sector has revolutionised the delivery of content to students. As such, rapidly increasing expectations demand the provision of visually stimulating lessons and the necessary technology to deliver them.
Airwave recognise the exacting demands placed upon teachers and lecturers and provide a product portfolio to enable the teaching of enriching, innovative lessons. From interactive touchscreens and networked tablets to simple commercial LED screens, the right solution will be recommended.
Government & Prisons
Stadia & Arenas
The size and scope of stadia and arena facilities require large format signage and video wall solutions, however executive boxes and on-site restaurants and bars require different technology and benefit from relevant content such as Sky HD, sports and music channels. Airwave are just as proficient in the supply of content as in the servicing of technology and infrastructure requests.
The dissemination of information at bus, rail and airport concourses is crucial - failure to display arrival and departure times or important updates is likely to have chaotic consequences.
With this in mind, hardware provided needs to be robust, stable and powered by software that can update information quickly and seamlessly across a nationwide network of screens.
Smaller displays can be used as a way to increase revenue on trains, ferries or cruise ships, a good example being the use of small-screen signage at point-of-sale to generate extra revenue.