InBuilding - Volume 2, Issue 1 - 89
IBW PUBLIC SAFETY DAS: Day Wireless Systems
Day Wireless has many customers
that are technology, advertising,
media and information (TAMI)
tenants. The segment has surpassed the traditional largest
lessors of commercial real estate.
TAMI tenants tend to be
younger, so it makes sense that
today's tenants are tech-savvy
hungry," according to Erofeev.
That is why Day Wireless oﬀers
several in-building solutions that
help address the needs of these
tenants, including DAS, Wi-Fi systems, digital surveillance, access
control systems and in-building
"As a company that has wireless
in its name, we have decades of
experience in that world," Erofeev notes. "So we concentrate on
implementing complete connectivity enhancement solutions. As the
technology world has advanced at
a lightning pace, so have we and
we have no plans to stop."
All of the company's solutions
provide enhanced connectivity
within buildings, provide value-added applications or both,
Erofeev adds. "Most are 'nice to
have,' which means no law or code
requires the building owner and/
or tenant to have it in place," he
says. "Although today's technology
world can blur the boundaries
between 'nice to have' and 'must
have,' regardless of regulations."
He adds that DAS, which can be
a cellular, customer owned radio
system, or public safety type of
system is a rapidly growing industry. "Partially driven by regulations
and code in the public safety sector
area, these solutions have and will
literally save lives," he says. "It is
Day Wireless works to create a culture that
benefits its employees and customers.
no longer and shouldn't be acceptable for a ﬁrst responder to not be
able to use their two-way radio,
cellular or other communication
device inside a building because of
signal and/or connectivity issues."
According to Erofeev, local
municipalities are addressing that
concern by enforcing strict codes.
"While the code varies from one
municipality to another, the premise is the same," he explains. "While
a public safety DAS at ﬁrst glance
might not appear important to a
TAMI tenant, with some education
- and real life examples - they can
be persuaded otherwise."
Umemoto says the company
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