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Military

Last November, the goTenna team had an opportunity to demonstrate the mesh networking capabilities of the goTenna Pro X at Modern Warfare Week, a week-long exposition and demo event hosted by Global SOF Foundation. The demonstration took place roughly 30 minutes outside of Fort Bragg, North Carolina at The Range

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Law EnforcementMilitary

While the merits of some newer technologies – from social media to video conferencing – might be debated, the concept of new technologies or advancements is usually to make life easier, better, or more convenient. New, disruptive technologies offer a solution to a challenge that people or organizations face, or

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Uncategorized

On June 6th, 2015, Richard Matt and David Sweat, were discovered missing at 5:17 a.m. from the Clinton Correctional Facility in upstate New York. Matt was serving 25 years to life and Sweat was serving life without parole. Following their escape, a three-week manhunt ensued. After three weeks, more than

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Hurricane Ian
Emergency Response

In early October, in the wake of Hurricane Ian, Chris Teale, a staff reporter at Government Computer News (GCN),  authored an article about the need for communications both during and before natural disasters. In his article, Chris referenced a report by the Federal Communications Commission to illustrate the hurricane’s impact

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Military

The U.S. military has always been at the forefront of deploying innovative technology to enhance situational awareness and provide strategic advantage. Today, the military is more reliant than ever on technology and is working towards creating hyper-enabled operators. For example, the Army recently announced its HoloLens order, which will bring

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Aspen Grove
Law EnforcementMilitary

There is a perception that mobile mesh networking is a new, novel technology that has only started to see adoption across the government, but that’s not entirely true. Mobile mesh networking is an established, relatively pervasive technology that can be found in radios carried by military and emergency personnel every

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uav being operated
Law EnforcementMilitary

In our last article on The Last Mile, we featured an interview with Matthew Semovoski, a Post Sales Support Engineer for D-Fend Solutions, in which Matthew explained the challenges the Department of Defense (DoD) and law enforcement organizations face when countering the threat of malicious unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV).   Ultimately,

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Plane and UAV over bared wire fence
Law EnforcementMilitary

Unmanned ariel vehicles (UAVs) – which are more commonly referred to as “drones” – are practically everywhere today. They’re used by tourists and hobbyists to take incredible photos. Insurance companies use them to inspect the damage to homes and businesses following a natural disaster. Companies like Amazon are even exploring

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Law EnforcementMilitary

Throughout the history of the United States, the country and its people were protected from externally-derived harm to some extent because of the oceans on its eastern and western coasts. However, as technology advanced, the United States quickly grew vulnerable to threats coming over or across the Atlantic or Pacific

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Emergency ResponseMilitary

When massive natural disasters strike our nation, or when other large emergency scenarios occur, National Guard units from across the country and representing multiple different states, will often be mobilized to respond. The nature of the National Guard and the work that it does can create some unique challenges when

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