Dynamic Spectrum Sharing (DSS) plays an essential role in facing spectrum availability and coverage issues. It allows adapting the existing 4G LTE deployments to coexist with 5G NR and share the same low-band spectrum used exclusively by LTE today. Leveraging the most advanced 5G Planning module on the CovMo platform, DSS utilization can be analyzed and forecasted. This allows operators to activate the DSS in the right sites and ensure the most optimized DSS implementation.
CovMo enhanced Virtual Drive-Test (eVDT) provides a cost-effective solution that disrupts the conventional optimization process by enabling automated network testing, which has been critical during the COVID-19 crisis. Furthermore, with the normalization of remote technologies adoption, the switch to eVDT will seamlessly assist operators in continuing network testing in a post-COVID world.
Trace data record mobile network events. By leveraging this data in conjunction with the power of Artificial Intelligence, it is possible to track each connected mobile location continuously. RealMotion™ allows precisely geolocating the network events with no impact on network load to deliver actionable mobility intelligence insights that help solve health crises and generate business opportunities.
In the 5G era, Groundhog Technologies has accomplished another great achievement for CovMo™ Geolocation. The seamless 2G to 5G deployment for one of the largest operator groups in EMEA is another testament to Groundhog’s expertise. The implementation allows the operator to monitor the quality of experience (QoE) and geolocate the subscribers across all Generations simultaneously on one centralized platform. This will help provide a holistic view of the mobile network quality and performance.
Groundhog Technologies and Rakuten Mobile Partner to Launch the World’s First Virtualized Open RAN Geolocation Solution
Groundhog Technologies is proud to launch the world’s first open RAN Geolocation Solution in Rakuten Mobile for its LTE network. The solution geolocates user-perceived network issues with subscriber-based intelligence in a cloudified and open RAN architecture. This architecture can provide value across planning, optimization, customer service, and marketing; resulting in unmatched ROI potential.
Groundhog Technologies has been offering RealMotion™ for Public Health Solution to combat the COVID-19 pandemic since early this year. Government agencies and operators worldwide are empowered to identify infected persons, infected locations, and potentially infected people by using Geolocation data for Contact Tracing. With the solution, it can better help fill gaps, discover discrepancies, and improve efficiency in mitigating the virus’s impact. A list of frequently asked questions (FAQs) and answers are provided.
Asymptomatic Carrier Identification: RealMotion™ Public Health Solution for COVID-19 Second Wave Prevention
Due to the recent outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic and following the most urgent needs from its clients, Groundhog Technologies has been offering RealMotion™ Solution for Public Health early this year to rapidly assist governments and mobile operators worldwide to save lives in the COVID-19 crisis. Asymptomatic Carrier Identification is one of the feature highlights to prevent the next outbreak.
Groundhog Technologies is assisting Mozark in the development of India DoT’s contact tracking platform plans to combat the COVID-19 pandemic
Groundhog Technologies is honored to support India’s fight against COVID-19, by partnering with Mozark.
Call Detail Records (CDR) data contains information about mobile subscribers communications. It can serve as a powerful mobility intelligence data source to solve health crises such as Covid-19.
Groundhog Technologies is aware of the importance of leveraging groundbreaking location technologies to assist in protecting the world’s health in times of crisis. The Public Health Solution is able to provide a comprehensive spatial analysis of the current coronavirus outbreak, which can help countries to dramatically reduce virus transmission and manage the pandemic.