SIRADEL is an innovative high-tech company that helps cities to be better connected and sustainable. It provides solutions for wireless networks design and urban transformation planning based on a unique combination of technologies and know-how in the field of 3D city modeling, simulation and 3D visualization. Founded in 1994, based in France (HQ), Canada and China, a subsidiary of ENGIE since 2016, with 90 employees, SIRADEL operates with over 250 key account clients (telecoms operators and equipment manufacturers, municipalities, energy suppliers, transport companies, and national and international authorities) in more than 60 countries.

SIRADEL solutions optimize cost and performance of the connectivity networks (cellular 3G/4G/5G NR, IoT, WiFi, satellites, small cells, millimeter-wave access and backhaul, fiber, …), energy networks (smart grid, heating and cooling systems), smart lighting networks (LED, LIFI), geolocation-based networks (GNSS, indoors) or assets for security (cameras, sensors) or smart mobility (autonomous vehicles, drones). It contributes to accelerate the convergence between wireless, fixed networks and all urban infrastructures and brings solutions to connect people, objects and assets. SIRADEL participates in several public and industrial research programs in future smart-cities design, aimed at the simulation and optimization of next generation urban infrastructures.

SIRADEL will extend its propagation channel models and high-frequency network simulators to sub-THz bands via the BRAVE project, contributing to the evaluation and demonstration of beyond-5G communication scenarios.

Yoann Corre, from SIRADEL, is coordinator of the BRAVE project.

Contact person: Yoann Corre,

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