Meshmerize empowers drone swarms for seamless autonomous operations, reliably connecting beyond cellular networks for boundless exploration.
Enabling mobility and reliability to coexist
Cellular networks like 4G/5G, tailored for ground communication, often fall short in providing aerial connectivity, especially in remote areas. This gap is critical for drones used in agriculture, forestry, or emergency scenarios where dependable communication is key.
The challenges of drone connectivity:
Limited line-of-sight communication restricting range.
Inconsistent or no cellular network coverage.
Vulnerability to environmental and structural interferences.
Challenges in maintaining stable flight connections.
Scalability issues in managing swarms.
Meshmerize introduces a revolutionary approach by creating nomadic networks that adapt dynamically to the needs of drone swarms. Drones serve as mobile APs, extending connectivity and forming a robust, scalable network that surpasses terrestrial constraints.
Elevating drone communication for autonomous skies
Rapidly deployable mesh network, when and where necessary.
Makes all drones aware of neighbour positioning.
Control traffic prioritization enabled.
Compatible with long range communication radios for 50+km.
Supporting multiple parallel video streams.
Meshmerize in swarm action
Autonomous drone swarms
Self-deploying, self-organising, self-healing.
Fast roaming enabled.
Ability to break into sub-swarms.
Efficient task coordination for complex operations.
in-flight network extension
UAVs as APs extend network reach themselves.
Network that grows as the drone fleet expands.
Consistent connectivity, even in remote sites.
Long range connectivity of 50+km.
Share live UAV positioning data.
Low latencies of <100ms achieved.
Adapts to any swarm size.