Llandysul Town Wi-Fi
Click on the map, to see the location of the Wi-Fi spots.
There are five Cisco Meraki access points purposefully placed around town, which provides the town wi-fi using the Wi-Fi provided by our strategic business partners.
The public can use the wi-fi by logging into the network with their email addresss, near those points.
There is also free wi-fi in Llandysul Library, but that is not a part of this scheme, and there is free wi-fi spots in some of the businesses in Llandysul.
Llandysul Town Footfall Report
The access points also measure footfall.
A visit is counted, when the network detects a device for at least 5 consecutive minutes.
The collected data is anonymous.
The location analytics can estimate average dwell time for the town, and it can show figures for new, and returning footfall all of which could be useful for traders and for event planning.
Click on the image below to enlarge.
Further details of the statistics can be downloaded below ↴.
1 x Meraki MR74 WiFi Access Point - including 3 year Enterprise licence, aerials, PoE switch and installation bought with a covid resilience grant from Antur Cymru and with advice from Ceredigion County Council.
4 x Meraki MR74 WiFi Access Point bought by Ceredigion County Council funding from the Transforming Towns Fund.
- Installation July 2022
- 5 years licence to access data
- 5 years maintenance/ software updates
- 5 years login page to enable visitors to access the public Wi-Fi
Llandysul Community Council have agreed to the £500 contribution to the project with practical support from Llandysul & Pont-Tyweli Ymlaen.
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