Extend the edge of connectivity to everyone on the front line.

The goTenna Pro Resilience Network delivers discounted mesh networking technology to eligible nonprofit, research, humanitarian, and volunteer organizations.

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What is
goTenna Pro?

Paired with any iOS or Android phone and a host of compatible software applications, goTenna Pro’s mobile mesh networking technology enables location tracking, mapping, and messaging even when cell, wifi, and satellite are unavailable. Our tactical-grade suite of radio devices and kits are extending the edge of connectivity to every responder in the highest-stakes situations around the world.

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Watch goTenna Pro in action!

Search and rescue teams at Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service put goTenna Pro X devices to the test.

Watch goTenna Pro in action!

Search and rescue teams at Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service put goTenna Pro X devices to the test.

Frequently asked questions

Who can join goTenna Pro Resilience Network?

The goTenna Pro Resilience Network is designed for nonprofits and accredited educational institutions across the world who are excited to take advantage of the latest in mesh networking technology. We welcome nonprofit, research, humanitarian, and volunteer organizations to apply to join the program.

What discounts are available to goTenna Pro Resilience Network members?

Nonprofits and educational institutions will receive a wide range of benefits upon joining the program, including heavy discounts on goTenna Pro and Pro X equipment, full product training and implementation consultation, and marketing benefits.

How do I apply to the goTenna Pro Resilience Network?

Please complete the application form below and a member of our team will get back to you shortly.

Will I need to provide any documentation to verify my organization’s nonprofit or educational status?

Yes. We ask for some form of legal registration or accreditation documentation in order for organizations to qualify. For US organizations, we require a determination letter from the IRS showing your 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status and for non-US organizations, we require your country equivalent documentation that demonstrates nonprofit status. For educational organizations, we ask for an educational status certification verifying your not-for-profit and/or accreditation status.

We aren't a registered nonprofit or educational organization just yet. Can we still qualify?

Unfortunately, not at this time. We ask for some form of legal registration or accreditation documentation in order for organizations to qualify.

I’m not familiar with mesh networking technology. How will you help us get up to speed?

Every member of the goTenna Pro Resilience Network participates in a product certification course, where they will learn the basics of mesh networking and how goTenna Pro’s unique solutions fit into their customer’s existing communications ecosystem. 

goTenna Pro products are designed for ease of use. Simple device pairing setup allows you and your team to essentially ‘plug and play’ in a number of minutes, leaving you with more valuable time to prepare and execute your mission.

Hear from
our network.

With goTenna Pro, Project HOPE tracks medical teams in disconnected disaster zones.
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Battling Hurricane Dorian, HARP rescue teams launched into action with goTenna Pro.
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IU’s Crisis Technology Innovation Lab/goTenna Pro develop new first responder tools.
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Resilience Network.

Please submit the brief application form below, and amember of the goTenna Pro team will be in touch soon.

  • Is a government-registered nonprofit organization or accredited educational institution
  • Is not a legislative or political activity organization
  • Is not a church, association of churches, or other religious or evangelical organization
  • Is not a hospital or other care provider, or organization involved with health insurance or group health plans
  • Is not a private grant-making, independent, or operating foundation
  • Does not promote a particular religious affiliation, dogma, or doctrine as part of its mission or in exchange for its services (being affiliated with a religious organization is not in itself disqualifying)