Let’s start with the challenge.

Our lives continue to be more digitally connected than ever, we are generating more and more data, and our reliance on technology continues at swift pace.

Between 2021 and 2022 our mobile data usage as a nation grew 40% (to 17.6GB per sim per month), putting Australia into third place in the fastest growing data markets around the world.

But ironically, as mobile data consumption increases at significant pace, digital infrastructure planning isn’t changing.

And the Indara solution?

We call it planning for connectivity.

It’s a strategic and data-driven approach that starts with insights, and then enhanced with shared public data from government.

In collaboration, we plan for connectivity at a city and region wide level, with community benefit in mind.

Precinct by precinct, site by site we work to shape optimum connectivity and digital services outcomes that create value and enhance community benefit.

We use our full portfolio of enablers, and design expertise, to bring the best solution to a connectivity challenge.

This can help deliver better levels of mobile connectivity to communities, boost reliability in connectivity for businesses and help bridge the digital divide many are experiencing.

Help us break the mould, and make connectivity planning a process integrated with the planning of our cities.

Let’s Collaborate..

For your information

Take a look at these resources, outlining the fundamentals – what planning for connectivity is, and how to engage in it.

Planning for Connectivity Fact Sheet

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Shared Infrastructure Overview

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The Planning for Connectivity Principles

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Use cases

Check out these planning for connectivity use cases, offering insights into what’s possible

Council owned sporting fields

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Suburban centre renewal

Coming soon

Precinct wide redevelopment

Coming soon