connectivity matters

Posts for tag: kinetic mesh networking

intermodal rail terminal January 6, 2014

Maintaining Network Connectivity at US Rail Terminals

Moving shipping containers from a major rail terminal to multiple destinations is complex and the coordination of those shipments is daunting. Rail terminals worldwide are in continuous motion and require constant communication in order to coordinate the various pieces of equipment and modes of transportation with the monitoring station.  An intermodal terminal requires a network…

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oil communications December 4, 2013

OilComm: Solving Communications Challenges for the Oil & Gas Community

Every year we look forward to attending the OilComm Conference and Expo in Houston.  It is the one show that is solely focused on solving communications challenges for the Oil & Gas community – and that makes it very important to Rajant.  This year, attendance soared 26 percent over 2012, and it seemed that most…

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mining dump truck March 15, 2013

Network Drift – Extending the Discipline from Wired to Wireless

No matter how well a wireless mesh network is planned and deployed, bad things happen to it over time. Devices are added. New applications are supported. Antennae are moved. A new setting is not optimized. Infrastructure is poorly located. Batteries are down. Suddenly, the network is not working as it should.

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rajant early BreadCrumbs September 14, 2012

Of Rising Bars & Changing Games

During a recent technical training session for our sales team, Rajant Chief Technology Officer Paul Helhake dusted off a little bit of Rajant history to share with the group.  Two of the original BreadCrumb portable mesh transceivers (pictured above) were opened up, and passed around.

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