Meshdynamics
Meshdynamics Customers and Partners  

 
 
Our Customers: 

Our customers are Large Outdoor Enterprises (e.g. Mining, Military) requiring performance over multiple hops, noise free voice and video  Our OEM software licensees support large scale  military, mining, video surveillance and tactical networks
 
Typical Pain Points: Consider Meshdynamics' Modular Mesh Family if your industrial networks require:

 1. More than a few hops. This patented two radio back haul scales to 64+ hops in mining tunnels
 2. Mobility e.g. convoys or swarms traveling at 50 mph providing jitter free video, VOIP.
 3. On board intelligence in routers to autonomously control machines operating remotely with spotty connectivity
 
Exemplary Deployments:
 
. US, UK, Canadian Defense & Homeland Security Agencies deploy our products along strategic national borders.  More
. US Army Vehicle mounted mesh nodes maintain connectivity between convoys  and soldiers in motion at 60 mph. More
. US Department of Energy (DOE) employs FIPS 140/2 certified models in nuclear energy asset protection.  More
. MSHA approved Mesh Nodes operate at underground coal mining sites in Africa, Australia,  Canada.  More
. Professional Golfers Association (PGA) employs our nodes for their tactical network at events, since 2005.  More
. Sharp Electronics extended our code base to develop a family of 6 radio mesh nodes.  More
. SPAWAR, a division of the U.S. Navy, is implementing a disruption tolerant network for military machines.  More.
 
Independent Verification of Meshdynamics claims.

Battelle Institute Evaluation Report evaluates competitive wireless mesh networking providers. In each test category,
Meshdynamics out performs the competition - more hops, better throughput and latency, robust mobility etc.

NPS Report field test results by Naval Postgraduate School dissertation. Tested in both USA and Thailand (COASTS).

"Modern warfare is network centric". Robust communication with IP based devices is key. This creates expectations of high performance over many hops, supporting static and mobile mesh nodes in one secure framework. Webpage
    
"Miners Give a Nod to Nodes"  Mines and industrial sites are increasingly more networked. Emerging safety requirements demand real-time wireless communications for voice and data. This create expectations of high performance over many hops: Meshdynamics nodes are operating in tunnels 64+ hops deep. Webpage

Remote Video Surveillance Meshdynamics MD4000 nodes are deployed by governmental agencies in UK, US, Canada for perimeter security. Competing Mesh products generated unacceptable bandwidth loss, latency and jitter. Webpage



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