We are the worldwide leader in wireless IP backbone systems for mission critical applications. We focus on delivering reliable high-bandwidth connectivity for video, voice, and data providing fiber-like performances over the air.
Founded by a team of researchers and engineers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, MA and the Politecnico of Milan in Italy, we proudly serve our customers worldwide from our headquarters in Chicago, and from our European office based in Milan, Italy. Fluidmesh wireless products are the enablers of outdoor and large-scale applications of the Internet of Things: smart cities, urban video-surveillance, connected vehicles and trains, and industrial automation. Connecting things — it's what we're about!
Prodigy is a high performance ‘intelligent’ transmission protocol built to overcome the limits of standard license-free protocol and deliver a wireless infrastructure with a higher level of reliability.
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Learn more about our wireless technology for industrial backhauling
The demand for throughput and network reliability is increasing every day as more and more organizations are moving critical processes on the cloud.
Private companies, universities, hospitals, local government agencies, industrial plants, hotels, resorts require to have a reliable broadband carrier-grade infrastructure that connects buildings together for voice, video and data. Large organizations premises can span widespread areas and their buildings can be located miles apart, a wireless solution that does not require trenching and wiring is often the only viable option.
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Fluidmesh: wireless backhaul for videosurveillance
A reliable alternative to fiber and cables.
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Connect fixed and moving IP cameras.
No rental costs. You buy it and you own it.
Locked and secure: no interferences.
Create point to point, point to multipoint and mesh networks for videosurveillance