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VTC conducts tactical law enforcement training with no cell service using goTenna Pro X
Without any wifi or cell service, the instructors and the students used the automatic PLI updates in order to track all of the participants in the training course. All participants were also able to use goTenna Pro app’s map-marking tool to mark danger areas and clear areas using rectangle colored markers.
HARP Rescue connects Hurricane Dorian recovery team using goTenna Pro
Humanitarian Aid and Rescue Project, also known as HARP successfully used goTenna Pro to communicate during the first 72 hours of Hurricane Dorian recovery efforts when traditional ground-based communications were not available.
Missoula County Search and Rescue Stays Connected in a Mountainous Dead Zone with goTenna Pro
In a forested valley region prone to radio communications failure, the rescue team tested how goTenna Pro could enable off-grid messaging and location tracking.
LCG Holdings Tests goTenna Pro in Puerto Rico and Achieves 23.1 Mile Single-hop Range
The successful range test could have game-changing impacts on the future of disaster response in Puerto Rico.
Complete Parachute Solutions Conducts Military Freefall Training with goTenna Pro X + ATAK
Military freefall training instructors received jumper position updates at intervals as fast as five seconds throughout the entire jump, even when there wasn’t cell service at high altitudes.
Colorado’s Hand Crews Ensure Accountability and Safety with goTenna Pro X + ATAK
When the wildland firefighting crew lost cell service, they maintained access to critical mapping and messaging capabilities in ATAK through goTenna Pro’s mesh networks.
Mesa County Search and Rescue Locate Missing Hikers with goTenna Pro X + ATAK
Rescuers were able to locate lost hikers at Colorado National Monument in less than eight hours in frigid and remote nighttime conditions.
Colorado’s Helitack Crews Use goTenna Pro X + ATAK to Track Ground Team Locations
In the midst of emerging spot fires, the wildland firefighting crew gained substantial peace of mind knowing exactly where individual firefighters were located at all times.
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Major Wildland Incidents
Learn about the challenges faced during the record-breaking 2018 wildfire season and how the Wildfire Management Technology Advancement Act of 2019 will help enhance location tracking and situational awareness moving forward.
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Whitepaper: Remote situational awareness for special operations forces
Learn how RSA tools and low-bandwidth connectivity are fundamentally impacting the safety and performance of SOF operations, and how RSA can be applied to core special operations activities in order to enhance team situational awareness, command and control, and survivability.
Whitepaper: Disaster response communications in the age of COVID-19
Learn how COVID-19 will impact standard operating procedures and communications command structures during disaster response. Take a look at how smartphones and mesh networking technology can address these challenges. Evaluate the options for new communications equipment in the COVID-19 era.
Read how our mesh networking technology outperforms current industry standards.
Long-Range Short-Burst Mobile Mesh Networking: Architecture and Evaluation
goTenna Chief Scientist Ram Ramanathan presents Aspen Grove™ as a robust, adaptive, and scalable solution for low bitrate mobile mesh networks.Download report
VINE: Zero-Control-Packet Routing for Ultra-Low-Capacity Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
goTenna Chief Scientist Ram Ramanathan presents VINE, the first zero-control-packet mesh protocol for one-to-one communications.Download report
ECHO: Efficient Zero-Control Network-Wide Broadcast for Mobile Multi-hop Wireless Networks
goTenna Chief Scientist Ram Ramanathan presents ECHO, the first zero-control-packet mesh protocol for one-to-many communications.Download report