Use apps like ATAK anywhere.
Critical mapping, messaging, and location tracking don't need to end even when the connection to a centralized network is lost.
Coordinate disaster response.
Humanitarian aid workers keep track of medical supplies and volunteers after a hurricane.
Deploy at a moment's notice.
The goKit 2 offers increased layers of security and expedited setup time.
Total team awareness
in any situation.
View precise GPS information for personnel and vehicles.
Share the latest routes, perimeters, and other points of interest.
Send encrypted messages to individuals, groups, or teamwide.
Find out how we can support your team.
Watch goTenna Pro X in action!
Complete Parachute Solutions, the world's leading provider of tactical freefall equipment and training, put goTenna Pro X devices to the test.
Mesh networking technology has existed for decades — but most industry standards prioritize high bitrate over range.
goTenna’s novel short-burst, long-range mesh networks are designed to transmit text-based messages, map markings, and location updates even further off the grid. While traditional mesh-enabled radios are bulky and expensive, goTenna Pro devices are purpose-built to be put in the hands of every operator.
Platform design principles
40x less expensive than legacy systems
Approximately 9 hours of battery life per active use
Scale multi-hop networks without fixed infrastructure
Pair with existing mobile devices and apps
End-to-end PKI encryption
Custom third-party integrations via SDK
goTenna Pro X2 integrates into your team’s existing equipment load.
In the field
Quote from “These radios provided the core of what was needed — situational awareness — and provided it at a radically lower size, weight, power, and cost than anything else around.”
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The last mile
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