4Gon Solutions donated a Ubiquiti UniFi PRO Access Point 3 Pack to 'The Little Miracles' Project as part of BBC's charity 'Children in Need' featured in the BBC One special programme 'DIY SOS: The Big Build with Children in Need' and was used as part of a life changing transformation to the centre for disabled children in Peterborough.
Little Miracles, located in Peterborough, is a charity and support group led by parents, for children that have additional needs, disabilities and life limiting conditions. In October 2013 they were given the option to move to a far larger site that was more suited to their needs.
While the new site was much more fit for purpose, it was originally unsuitable for the children. After a comprehensive makeover of the location via the DIY SOS team for Children in Need, a new multi-purpose centre was built fully equipped with disabled access.
The next challenge was to set up a wireless network suitable for the 2 and a half acre site. With over 2,500 children registered to the centre, the network would need to be able to handle a large amount of concurrent users and devices.
A wireless solution was put in place in the form of:
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