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Who needs to monitor the radio network?

All users of wireless communication networks want to make sure they can operate noise-free

We provide customer-specific solutions around the areas of interference identification, interference elimination and permanent, thus preventive frequency monitoring, so that the radio spectrum cannot be influenced by interferers unperceivedly, or dangers can be detected in an early status and thus promptly eliminated.

A few examples:

  • if you are a production and logistics company, you want to make sure that automated processes work without cost-extensive interruption
  • if you are a utilities company, you want to fluently supply water / energy / ... without any down-time
  • if you are a port / hub, you want to prevent your terminal from a black-out
  • if you are an event organizer, you want to guarantee fluent broadcasting of image and sound

If your network should be operated in the most reliable way, Vision2Comm will help you to optimize it.

Specific Customer Use Cases

Learn more about the fields where we can support you

Smart Factories

Automation in production leads to unbelievable efficiency increases. Learn why radio monitoring is a crucial factor for that.


In order to ensure constant supply, wireless networks are of good use. But why monitoring those networks? We can give you the answer.


The fields of application of wireless radio networks within the transportation industry is increasing heavily. Make sure you rely on a solid and flawlessly functioning network!

Ports and Hubs

Protect the most sensitive areas of radio communication at your port or airport and make sure you don´t suffer from blackouts.


Keep control of who communicates with whom and get systematic control of the communication and the connection paths.

Event Organizers

Make sure you rely on interference-free broadcasting of live events, and protect the visitors and VIP´s at your event.

First Responders

Make sure you don´t risk any downtimes or dead zones when using your first responder radio network.


Learn more about why spectrum allocation should be based on current frequency usage - and not only on planning data.