Different locations for the Municipality and Government of León (Mexico) with demand for coverage in both the interiors, in the administrative and public buildings, and the exteriors, such as the plazas and parks, in urban and rural environments.

01 Octubre 2018
Client: Government of León
Location: León (Guanajuato-México)


THE MUNICIPALITY OF LEÓN (Guanajuato-Mexico) seeks to improve the current Public WiFi service and provide the plazas, parks, cultural centres and towns with a high-quality connectivity service that, in addition to secure navigation, will permit and help the public to perform online transactions, stay communicated and informed, etc.


Provision of a Wi-Fi network, 100% Cloud, 802.11ac, with maximum security with the application of WISP, dual band, 2 and 5 GHz, Wave 2, with an advanced management system in the cloud, which allows agile administration and monitoring from a remote network. With direct reporting to the client about multiple levels of user data and their activity to provide an idea of traffic patterns, behavior and demographics. Capturing the data of these users, prior permissions and complying with the rules on intellectual property of these data, through the creation of captive portals with social network integration and basic CRM, for further analysis and application in marketing campaigns.

This solution has provided the population with universal access to telecommunications, thus fulfilling the objectives set by the UN in its sustainable development plan, while at the same time aligning perfectly with the policy of the recently appointed president of Mexico, Mr. AMLO, who in the presentation of his Government Priority program, in terms of innovation, in Point 5, required the provision of Wi-Fi coverage in public spaces, such as hospitals, parks, cultural centers, etc.

There is a return of both social and political investment, for the end user, being the resident with a free internet access, and for the service provider, in adding new channels of direct communication with the recipients, and their potential voters, and providing new revenue to the public administration by expanding coverage and ways to charge for municipal services.