Drive testing
made simple

Our technology produces high quality drive testing data, which is securely uploaded the cloud after each drive test.  This is all achieved without the need to modify the vehicle and can be used on any sized car. Unlike other systems, drive testing only requires a single driver who does not have to have any technical skills.

36 cellular bands
+ WiFi

in a single drive test

How we make drive testing
simpler and cost effective at scale

We’ve systematically eliminated the many longstanding issues that have impacted the reliability, speed, cost, complexity, and scalability of drive testing for decades.

Our self-contained test equipment scales so reliably that it’s easy to collect full engineering grade test data for 36 bands at once.  And all of the drive test data that you ever record is always instantly available to both technical and non-technical users to easy querying, visualisation, and analysis.

Set-up

Set-up

Simplified configuration & scripting

Configure Cerno™ using the intuitive web-based admin console to set technology, band and channels to be tested by each UE; and build continuous or periodic voice and/or data throughput test scripts with a simple drag-and-drop script builder.  

Configure a 36-UE test in 10 minutes!

One-box, readily portable RF data collector

No need to manage separate handsets, computer, data storage and power components, and no more worrying about faulty cable connections and external antennas as everything is contained within the one, easily-managed 2.2kg Cerno™ data collector.

Test

Optional auto-start

Single touch starting and stopping of tests, and optional auto-start and stop on synchronised Cerno™ power-up and power-down simplifies testing and supports testing by non-technical personnel such as delivery drivers, miners and defence personnel.

Easy to monitor

Always know exactly what’s happening with all 36 UEs with a quick glance at our unique single-screen status monitor

Persistent, fault-tolerant data storage

Test configurations, and all log files are stored persistently in our proprietary internal fault-tolerant data store, ensuring that you never have to re-configure, and never lose more than a few seconds of test data if you run out of battery power, or a rare fault occurs.

Unsurpassed scalability

Test up to 36 cellular bands + Wi-Fi in a single drive with 6 Cerno™ units in the custom Ranlytics rooftop enclosure that can be installed on a small unmodified car and that eliminates signal attenuation by the car body –allowing you to reliably test more extensively and faster on a single drive.

Test

Analyse

Analyse

Process all test logs on the day of the test

At the end of the drive, easily upload all log files to the Ranlytics cloud for instant, automated post-processing, measurement data extraction, and long-term storage in the Ranlytics data store.

Immediately access all of your data, any time, from anywhere

All of the drive test data you ever record – even over years of testing – can be instantly queried, visualised and analysed by any authorised technical and – in another industry first – any non-technical user whenever and wherever required.

Easily compare coverage, and visualise changes over time

Because every user always has instant access to all drive test data you’ve ever collected, it’s easy to compare coverage for selected operators on specific technologies/bands; and to determine how networks have changed over time and in response to builds and optimisations.

How we compare

Other tools
Number of bands per drive
36
12 - 24
Integrated wi-fi testing
Yes
No
99%+ reliability
Yes
No
Integrated management of scanners
Yes
No
Zero CAPEX pricing
Yes
No
Instant access to all of the drive testing data you have ever recorded
Yes
No
Easily ccompare coverage by operator, technology or band
Yes
No
True and correct measurement of 5G networks
Yes
No
Quickly identify network changes over time at any address
Yes
No

Get in touch

Any questions? Let us know and we’ll get right back to you!

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