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International Exhibitions, Conferences and Summits

Kinetic mesh technology can make communities safer by enabling the smooth running of surveillance technology and reliable critical communications systems

Hampshire, UK:  Rajant Corporation is displaying its latest solutions for public safety at this year’s Home Office Security & Policing event, demonstrating how its kinetic mesh networks can make communities safer.

As the exclusive provider of private wireless networks powered by the patented Kinetic Mesh™ network, BreadCrumb® network nodes, and InstaMesh® networking software, Rajant allows customers to rapidly deploy a highly adaptable and scalable network that leverages the power of real-time data to deliver on-demand, critical business intelligence.

Rajant Kinetic Mesh® networks allow communities to improve situational awareness with high-bandwidth transmission of security and surveillance monitoring data. Massive amounts of video data can be delivered with high throughput and low latency across the network, bringing public safety workers the visibility they need to identify potential threats and issues early, and transforming monitoring outcomes from reactive actions to proactive opportunities to advance security.

“Today’s municipalities need networks that can satisfy a dense and broad range of users and applications, all of which are becoming more mobile. In addition to providing anytime, anywhere connectivity for personal, business and governmental applications, municipal networks must support broad-reaching public safety initiatives,” said Chris Mason, EMEA Sales Director at Rajant Corporation. “The any-node to any-node communications enabled with Rajant’s BreadCrumbs ensures that there is no single point of failure throughout the network, meaning workers and residents can stay connected on the go – even on public transportation – and that police, firefighters, and emergency units can take their data and communications anywhere, for rapid, real-time response.”

Security & Policing – which is held at Farnborough International Exhibition and Conference Centre, Hampshire, UK – is the premier platform for relevant UK suppliers to showcase the very latest technology , to police services, Government departments, organisations and agencies from the UK and overseas.

“We are very much looking forward to demonstrating our cutting edge technologies and learning from major industry leaders and organisations what their needs are and how we can accommodate future demands,” said Mason. “Our technology is ideal for public safety, security, first responders and municipalities, including CCTV operators.”