Extend the edge of connectivity to everyone on the frontline.
The goTenna Pro Resilience Network delivers mesh networking technology to eligible nonprofit, research, humanitarian, and volunteer organizations.
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.
organizations in the last mile.
goTenna Pro supports over 350 customers in mission-critical operations around the world.
Dead zones, line-of-sight limitations, and even the complete absence of centralized networks all hinder critical, teamwide situational awareness when it’s needed most. While traditional mesh-enabled radios are bulky and expensive, goTenna Pro provides an affordable, resilient, and easy-to-use solution.
Emergency & Crisis
Training & Research
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
Any nonprofit, research, humanitarian, or volunteer organization that can demonstrate tax-exempt status and a need for off-grid communications are all welcome to apply for goTenna Pro Resilience Network membership.
Please complete the application form below and a member of the goTenna Pro team will reach out to confirm application information and provide a discounted product quote.
Yes. We ask for some form of legal registration or accreditation documentation in order to verify your membership. For nonprofit and volunteer organizations, we require a determination letter from the IRS showing your 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status in the US, or your country’s equivalent. For research and educational organizations, we ask for an educational status certification verifying your not-for-profit and/or accreditation status.
Unfortunately, not at this time. We ask for some form of legal registration or accreditation documentation in order for organizations to qualify.
"Best off-grid comms solution."
— Humanitarian Aid and Rescue Project (HARP)