Rajant Corporation, the pioneer of Kinetic Mesh Networks and provider of pervasive, multi-frequency wireless solutions, recently announced in a press release that it has entered a strategic alliance with Safe Environment Engineering (SEE), a leading provider of real-time, interoperable, wireless information solutions used to ensure the safety and security of the general public, first responders, and critical infrastructure.
According to the terms of the agreement, both the companies will integrate their technologies to provide their customers more enhanced mesh network-based solutions for hazardous environment and first responder safety. Both the companies have already participated in a number of large-scale test scenarios, and their solutions have been deployed at various high profile events.
“There’s a reason why SEE products have become the most widely used integrated environmental sensory systems for first responders,” said Bob Schena, founder and CEO of Rajant Corporation. “They are purposely designed to remove the complexity of bridging disparate systems, which can pose a critical obstacle during emergency situations. Rajant’s Kinetic Mesh Networking solutions, coupled with SEE technology and services, represents a readily-deployed, flexible, robust platform for a wide range of industrial, emergency, and everyday applications.”
SEE maintains a core competency in the development, deployment, and sustained operational readiness of equipment and software to detect and manage real-time sensory information independent of communications protocols, sensor inputs, and individual manufacturer devices. On the other hand, Rajant is known for its reliable, scalable, and readily deployed Kinetic Mesh network technology – with large, trusted installations providing 24x7x365 communications in some of the most demanding environments imaginable. The essence of Kinetic Meshing is motion and flexibility, qualities that are paramount in demanding applications such as mining and military.
“Networks like Rajant’s are built to carry data, and SEE solutions deliver the data,” commented, SEE president, David Lamensdorf. “The flexible, scalable, and entirely mobile nature of Rajant’s Kinetic Mesh networks is an ideal platform for SEE technology, which is designed to accommodate expansion as emergency incidents escalate, the need for more network resources grows, and equipment and personnel are on the move. Together, we hope to educate a broader audience about the benefits of mesh networking, and of the powerful combination our solutions bring.”
Edited by Brooke Neuman