“We began as a system integrator but evolved into a manufacturer when we could only find subpar solutions that did not meet code requirements. It was out of this necessity that we saw an opportunity to design Smart Building equipment that is life safety grade"
TowerlinQ Smart Building IoT (life-safety grade) network is launched.
1000th First Responder Communications wireless networks designed.
Tactical Series 4.0 is released and becomes the first universal Dedicated Radio Monitor that can be deployed in all jurisdictions.
TIQ.Cloud is launched, enabling authorities having jurisdiction and property managers to supervise first responder communication installations.
TowerIQ, Inc. is formed and merges with NAMSNET LLC. Odd fact: more than once, TowerIQ was referred to as being big, but not as big as NAMSNET.
БаштаIQ Ltd., a wholly owned Ukrainian subsidiary of TowerIQ, is formed.
Tactical Series 2.0 is released, and became fully adaptable to the requirements of all municipalities and can be updated by software as new rules are introduced.
500th First Responder Communications wireless networks designed.
Tactical Series 1.0 is developed and released, becoming the first Auxiliary Radio Communication System to be accepted under normalized code enforcement.
Service Partner Program launched to expand the network of qualified installers.
NAMSNET LLC is founded by Connor Crowley and Douglas Baena - the predecessor to TowerIQ.
Foreseeing the new requirements of national fire codes, NAMSNET began developing system designs for the MEP engineering community and deputizing fire alarm service partners.
North American Mobile Systems forms a joint venture with MER Group to provide first responder two-way radio coverage for One World Trade Center.
Over the following years, the TowerIQ team were involved with the building's construction on a daily basis.