The Wireless Friendly Building Forum was formed in 2009 and
currently has a number of leading industry and university members. It is
striving to cross the boundary between the science of buildings materials
and structures as they impact the performance of wireless systems, and the
performance of wireless systems themselves in the built environment.
Our aim is to provide a vehicle for discussion of the issues affecting
wireless performance of buildings, and to help form and foster research by
members against a background of common purpose.
Overall the aims of the group include making the wireless performance of new
buildings more predictable, and thus susceptible to design, as well as
identifying remediation measures that might be applied to existing buildings
and wireless systems.
At this stage we are seeking engagement from players that are
recognised as advanced in the application of wireless in the built
environment, as well as from a leading supplier of in-building wireless
systems, to develop a balanced and expert representation.
Current members include: