A global leader in clean coal solutions urgently needed to upgrade its network, without disrupting the mine’s 24x7x365 operations. Learn how Rajant developed a transition plan to migrate to a new, unified network with no downtime and 100% application availability.
Rajant Case Studies
The Iron Ore Company of Canada (IOC) is Canada’s largest iron ore producer and a leading global supplier of iron ore pellets and concentrates. Learn why they chose Rajant to create a robust wireless network to support all mine applications,…
The Philadelphia Folk Festival is the longest-running and one of the most culturally significant music festivals in the United States, having begun in 1962. Co-founded, MC’ed by legendary folk music DJ and “The Grandfather of Philadelphia Folk Music,” Gene Shay,…
Improvements to Situational Awareness are directly proportional to the mission success probability. Leveraging technology is the smartest and fastest way to achieve this. This case study outlines the details of a Naval Situational Awareness demonstration done in partnership with Solipsys.
Successful BreadCrumb® product testing and demonstration in the deserts of Arizona. Large scale wireless mesh deployment with video, UAV and Comms-on-the-move applications.
Rajant participates in a technical exercise in London, England that brings advanced communications to a London Tube station in minutes using Rajant BreadCrumbs® featuring InstaMesh technology.
The Heavy Urban Search and Rescue (HUSAR) team of Toronto held a disaster response exercise to test its disaster response plans and the communication technologies available to enhance situational awareness and improve safety conditions for first responders.
Rajant supplies relief workers with portable networks to speed recovery efforts.
Rajant Corporation was asked to support a field training exercise in Sydney, Australia in order to demonstrate and evaluate the capabilities and stability of the BreadCrumb network in a highly urbanized area.
Rajant’s BreadCrumb® wireless LAN is used as the operational platform in a US Army 3-day situational training exercise demonstrating a Convoy Control System (CCS).