Three ways mobile mesh networking can keep Super Bowl fans safe
Super Bowl Sunday is a day that resonates with many Americans, especially when they attend in person. People love the rush of watching a touchdown, the smell of fresh hot dogs, and the energy from the crowd. Fans also enjoy using their cell phones to make social media updates and
Which aerial assets are the perfect match for your mesh network?
Those who operate in austere, geographically isolated areas outside of a cell service bubble need reliable communications for the duration of their mission. They’re either battling wildfires, searching for missing people, or monitoring border activity across huge swaths of land. Traditionally, the only way to have continuous coverage for situational
Virtual Demo | goTenna Pro for Tactical Law Enforcement
Tactical law enforcement units operate in congested urban areas, in and out of buildings and vehicles, and even in remote locations. No matter the mission, communications tools are essential to maintaining situational awareness and a low visibility profile — but what happens when cell, wifi, and radio networks become unreliable
Can stadium security teams sidestep congested networks?
Watching live sports at a packed stadium can be phenomenal: the action on the field, the roar of the crowd. But hundreds of fans in one place can also prove to be a nightmare of poor cell service and congested networks — posing difficult communications challenges for the security teams
Webinar | How to bridge gaps in event security with an interoperable communications plan
Festivals, concerts, and sporting events require constant partnership between public safety agencies and private security organizations. Far too often, we’ve seen how a lack of reliable and interoperable communication between agency partners has resulted in greater tragedy during unplanned emergencies. In this webinar, you will learn how to build a