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Thanks to The Tasman Peninsula Feast for getting this Beast in perfect position. Standing upright on a sturdy surface and 4' above the ground, this Beast is ready to service POS and back-of-house production devices across the outdoor site on the rural Southern Tasman Peninsula.
When elevated between 4-10' the Aruba access point inside Beast each case has the best chance of servicing a far greater range, because it can “see” all of the devices it needs to serve without any WiFi blocking obstructions.
What a sight to behold: the elegant combination of Starlink + PopUp WiFi combining forces against the bright blue backdrop of a partly cloudy sky. There are so many things our techs love about this one – the perfectly elevated unit, the firmly fastened support, the Starlink's clear line of sight to the sky and the neatly taped and coiled cords. You can see why this one had our techs in a near frenzy.
Starlink and PopUp WiFi made a rock-solid combination at Party In The Paddock 2024, expertly merging multiple separate WAN connections (satellite and bonded cellular connections from the three major carriers) into one cohesive network. The result? Optimal signal strength and enhanced reliability for back-of-house, POS and media editing and uploadi#popupwifiaui#popupwifiusi#Starlinkr#satellitel#BondedCellularlular … See MoreSee Less
Need reliable internet at rural outdoor events? You deserve it!
Events are the lifeblood of rural communities, giving opportunities for masses to come together to share local food, arts, craft and vibrant music and entertainment. The annual Tasman Peninsula Feast did just this, putting together a hearty festival over the Australia Day long weekend in Nubeena. However, finding reliable internet for outdoor events can be a major hassle for many producers of such events.
"One challenge faced by outdoor community events is ensuring reliable and robust internet connectivity," said Events Officer of The Tasman Peninsula Feast, Julie King.
Here at PopUp, we believe that everyone deserves internet that doesn't suck and our company was founded on the idea that every event should have internet that works. So when Julie needed a way to connect Point of Sale, social media access, back-of-house and ticketing devices at this years feast, we were all ears.
Julie cleverly positioned 4 x Lite units across the outdoor site, to cover the vendors and entrance with each of the Lite's 70' radius range.
"The reliable connectivity of PopUp WiFi enhanced the overall experience for attendees, facilitating easy access to event information and helping organisers better engage with the community," said Julie.
What makes the PopUp WiFi so great for outdoor events in rural areas is the high-gain omni-directional antennas inside each case that work to pull as much signal as possible from the nearby cell towers. Paired with ultra-fast Peplink routers and Aruba APs, the result is super fast 5G/4G bonded speeds and reliability, even in areas with patchy coverage.
Thanks to Julie and her amazing production team for sharing these beautiful photos from the 2024 Tasman Peninsula Feast!
Event networks shouldn't be as mobile as a Polaris, and yet… meet The Beast.
With long-range antennas, dual Li Ion Battery ports and full Starlink <> @peplink integration, the Beast is a whole managed enterprise-grade network, expertly crammed into a @pelican case to take wherever you need it.
This backstage bandit has got it all going on; propped up at 5' on a couple of sturdy road cases with the front of the unit open to the the backstage area, this Beast had all back-of-house production and media upload deviceGreat Escape Music Festivaltival connected in minutes.
Bond any on-site satellite connection to the multi-carrier 5G + LTE-A pool, to give even more unbeatable redundancy.
Great Escape Camping Music Festival over New Years used a combination of Starlink and PopUp WiFi units to connect back-of-house devices, vendor POS and guest WiFi across the rural site, meaning connection instantly failed over to the bonded pool if the satellite experienced a drop.
Congrats to the legends behind the Revel December Warehouse Party! Directors of Agenda, Luke Tucker and Hudson Watts, along with their cracking production and back-of-house teams, pulled off a killer event, showcasing renowned dance music names Hayden James and BAG RAIDERS and drew hundreds to The Hobart Goods Shed.
PopUp WiFi proudly serviced Revel's POS and back-of-house production devices with 2 x PopUp WiFi Lites. For events like Revel, which see huge crowds tightly packed on site, The Lite's high-gain antennas and bonded multi-carrier 4G + 5G speeds make it ideal for keepSquare Australia @squareau terminals seamlessly. ElBVAVudiovisual cleverly zip-tied this unit to a sturdy barricade to increase the height of the Aruba Access Point to service as much area as possible and grab all the signal possible.
We love getting the chance to work closely with Tassie Event Legends like Agenda Group. Well done team!