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Indoor Wireless offers consultation, design and installation
of fiber optics, cellular repeaters and two-way radio signals.
THE NEXT UTILITY
A growing focus on public safety helps Indoor Wireless build its DAS business.
By Kat Zeman
ndoor Wireless may be
smaller than some of its competitors, but its big strength lies
in not having to cut through red
tape. The Fort Wayne, Ind.-based
wireless solutions provider prides
itself on being nimble.
"We can turn around and
accomplish things more quickly
than some of the larger integrators
out there," says Larry Mott, owner
and president. "You're not dealing
with multiple layers of management. I believe that gives us a little
bit of an edge when it comes to
response times and direct interactions with our customers."
Building and maintaining
relationships with his clients has
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allowed Indoor Wireless to thrive
from a small start-up to a multimillion-dollar business. Distributed antenna system (DAS) sales are
"DAS is the next utility. Most
people in today's society want
their mobile devices to work
everywhere," Mott says. "We live
in a technological world where
society is demanding the fastest,
Headquarters: Fort Wayne, Ind.
Specialty: Distributed antenna systems
Larry Mott, owner: "DAS is the next utility.
Most people in today's society want their
mobile devices to work everywhere."
most eﬃcient connections. This is
becoming a need verses a want."
Indoor Wireless provides solutions to businesses in need of expert
help with ﬁber optics, cellular repeaters and a two-way radio signal.
Aside from consultation, design
and installation, The company also
provides maintenance services.
"My little company that I started
15 years ago keeps growing and
getting bigger," Mott says. "And
we're doing larger projects."
A growing national focus on public
safety is one of the largest revenue drivers for Indoor Wireless.
Public safety DAS requirements