Meshdynamics
Resilent Wireless Networks For The Industrial Internet
 

Above: The Smart "Wire-less" extension cable concept, connecting stationary and mobile  Enterprise assets seamlessly.


The Industrial Internet
mandates a scalable real time (isochronous) wireless network capable of supporting many hops.

Meshdynamics' unique field tested meshing capabilities keep both stationary and mobile machinery and operators connected at all times. Extensive customer supervised field tests confirmed glitch free video and sensor streams between vehicles. The machines may be mobile and may need to be part of a dynamic mobile mesh network.  The stationary nodes may be stand alone, as shown above, powered by battery and solar panels. The network is formed within minutes of powering up the nodes. The mobile units are portable may be taken down at the end of the activity and transported to another site. These characteristics may it ideal for impromptu mesh network set up and tear down. See Also: Tactical and  Mining.  

In other applications, the mesh network uses stationary nodes to form a backhaul infrastructure with mobile nodes used to extend the network where needed. This is relevant to outdoor industrial automation situations such as oil and gas. Meshdynamics is also used in military environments where real time SCADA communications are needed to operate in  harsh or disruptive environments.

  
Related Links:
 

1. Mobile Mesh Networks Successful deployment of Meshdynamics mobile mesh network with armored vehicles (Iraq). 
2. Military Mesh Networks  Overview document on why military agencies in US, Canada, UK use Meshdynamics.
3. Meshdynamics Web Casts. Overview videos of our mesh nodes used in military and border security applications.  
4. MD 4455 and 4325 Support Page: Overview document on MD4454 and 4325 configurations for high speed mobility.
5. Border Security Applications and Solutions: Mobile and static mesh network deployments along Mexico-Arizona border
6. Rail, Military Vehicle App boosted by Wi-Fi Node Mobility  Press Release.
7. High Speed Mobility Test -1  Video tapes of glitch free video transmission over 4 hops, traveling at 50+ mph.
8. High Speed Mobility Test -2  Video feed from one vehicle to another, both connected to the mesh network.