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CROWDS –
Monitor a specific venue. Instant or over time.

  • User and network KPIs from similar & historical events

  • Monitor events i real-time to proactively pickup issues

  • Easy reporting to all stakeholders

For bigger gatherings, such as sport events and music festivals, there are many things to be handled. Network needs to be planned and optimized properly in advance and during the  event. It needs to monitored in a good way so appropriate actions can be taken if something happens. Meanwhile reporting status and KPI's to different stakeholders. Afterwards a proper event follow-up is in place. 

 

When managing all this, it is not enough to just know the network behaviors; what users are attending, what devices they have and their usage behavior for a certain kind of event will be just as important.

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Monitor network related KPIs

Crowds gives you control over how many users were served by your network, how much traffic they generated and how they perceived the delivered service quality. With the intuitive web interface it is easy to setup and mange new and previous events and venues. 

 

In the left side panel the user can filter and select a specific venue or event and time period to see network related KPIs, such as which cells are causing poor service experience during an event. An overview visualizes usage per day and services (voice / SMS / data) and number of active subscriber. It is possible to drill down to hourly data for each KPI. Different reports from each selected event can be generated and shared within your organization and it is possible at a later stage to go back and look at old events.

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Calendar overview of monitored events.

Historic event reports are available for both events and venues. 

A venue is an area defined by a set of cells. An event is the time period of a specific event. 

Cell footprint

Get the cell performance for the event and see the top cells and the worst cells. 

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Roamers per operator

 

Information about the actual users can also be viewed. In this example all roaming users at an event are presented.

You also see user KPI's and performance so you can tell which are permanent- vs roaming users, what devices they are using, how they are using their devices during an event and what their user experience is like.

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What our customers say

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KAJ AHLKVIST
Network Quality
@ 3 Sweden / Denmark

Handling complexity and understanding user experience is key to efficient network operations. We use Subtonomy to help us stay efficient in an ever changing environment.”