The Essex Army Cadet Force hold summer camps for their cadets once a year. As part of their camp, they planned an IT security and online safety training event as part. The camp site has no internet capability or WiFi, so they approached Fli-Fi to connect 50 PCs located in a training room for the cadets to use, to a training website.
The location, being fairly rural, offered no fixed line, and 4G coverage was also poor, meaning that obtaining sufficient internet speeds would be challenging.
Additionally, having 50 devices operating through a single access point would require a reasonably high capacity.