Pearse’s Cottage, Ros Muc, Co. Galway

OPW managed national monument & tourist attraction

Wireless System

Pearse Cultural Centre is located in Ros Muc, in the heart of the Connemara Gaeltacht, on the Wild Atlantic Way. Padraig Pearse built the cottage on the shores of Loch Oiriúlach in 1909.

As part of the 1916 commemorations, the OPW undertook to upgrade the cottage and outhouse and specified VRF’s wireless solution for both buildings which are a short walk from the visitor centre.

Devices in both buildings communicated using high gain aerials on wireless infrastructure equipment, thus avoiding costly and potentially damaging civil works associated with a wired system solution.

In 2019, VRF worked with the selected electrical contracting firm and carried out pre-install survey, final testing, certifying and commissioning.

what our clients say

`VRF - Wireless Fire Detection` does most of its new employee training on the job. The employer incentives offered through On-the-Job Training program have helped reduce some of our training costs for new hires.

David S. Morris - CEO

what our clients say

`VRF - Wireless Fire Detection` does most of its new employee training on the job. The employer incentives offered through On-the-Job Training program have helped reduce some of our training costs for new hires.

David S. Morris - CEO

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