Wireless For The Industrial InternetTM
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Our Unique Value Proposition  

MeshDynamics' 16 year technology expertise includes multi-radio mesh networking, lightweight protocols for low power IOT devices and real time publish/discover/subscribe mechanisms, tailored for cloud-orchestrated, "connected" machines.

Unique value propositions include real time performance over many hops. robust and resilient outdoor mesh networking topologies and rapid integration of real time streams into your enterprise work flow. Exemplary Deployments

Our Customers

MeshDynamics'  industrial mesh networking solutions deliver glitch free, video, VOIP and real time sensor streams -- long after competing mesh architectures and products run out of steam. We have replaced their failed installations.

Defense and Homeland Security in US, UK and Canada use our mesh networking software to provide video surveillance at strategic national borders. Thousands of nodes provide communications in mining tunnels 64+ hops deep. 

This level of performance -- validated by customers and independent field tests, since 2005  -- remains unmatched.

"Sustainable, Future-Proof, Industrial Mesh Networks"

MeshDynamics has been talking about our multi-radio multi-channel wireless mesh networks since 2002 but there is confusion about what "multi-radio" means, and why MeshDynamics' patented framework sets us apart from the herd. Three take aways:

Fact: Single Channel Backhauls Cannot Scale


 Fig.1 Competing mesh products suffer from   Bandwidth loss with each hop, and  more delay (latency) with each hop.

The inability of single radio backhauls  to simultaneously transmit and receive  is a serious disadvantage. If a node cannot send and receive at the same time, it loses of its bandwidth as it attempts to relay packets up and down the backhaul path. A loss of with each hop implies that after 4 hops, a user would be left with (***) = 1/16 of the bandwidth available at the Ethernet link: 1/(2H) relationship defines the fraction of the throughput and real time response  after 4 hops, see Figure 1. More
Fact: Multi-Radio Tree Based Mesh Architectures Scale.

  Fig. 2:  MeshDynamics Wireless Switch "tree" Emulation ensures scalable, frequency-agile, network performance.
Our nodes connect as logical branches of a tree. As in Nature, a tree based routing is scalable, efficient and deterministic. Tree based networks are also inherently secure and self healing. The loss/corruption of a branch, does not cripple the entire network. Further, the routing overhead is O(NlogN), not O(N*N). Performance degradation is tangible as industrial networks grow. More
  Feature: Onboard Intelligence Orchestrates Local Events


Fig. 3:  Machine controller applications, inside mesh nodes, orchestrating local and remote (supervisory) M2M messaging..

Our mesh nodes manage branches of the wireless network "tree". A distributed control system, running on each node, manages the health of the entire network and its assets. Enterprise "apps" running on the mesh nodes, communicate through periodic "heart beats". Real time sensor streams are transported to relevant subscribers and machine controller apps on the mesh node serve as proxies when cloud connections are lost  - disruption tolerant by design.