Last week saw us complete the first iteration of the very interesting NetFreq product.
NetFreq is an app which aims to end poor mobile coverage. The system lets mobile operators know about coverage maps around the globe & shows them where they need to improve.
The entire system was developed using the MEAN Stack using Redis for fast search. We developed the entire web based system which takes the inputs from the apps and processes millions of records of data for the Mobile Operator & the general public. The guys in Mobanode were responsible for the app development on this project & did a great job might I add.
The data which is collected is intended for the mobile operators but there is also a public page where the general public can view the stats per operator (which makes for some very interesting reading).
The guys fro NetFreq have been great to work with & we have thoroughly enjoyed the product development so far. I think this is one of the most interesting products we’ve worked on so far. We cannot wait to get started on the next phase of development to see where this will go. I believe the guys will go really far as the team are energetic & on the ball.
Check out the Freq.ie website to download the app & get started building anonymous mobile coverage data to highlight bad coverage in your area.