Rajant wireless network improvements strengthens drone communications

Rajant has announced advancements in its Kinetic Mesh Wireless Network technology that will power in-air mesh networks, enabling drone manufacturers to strengthen drone-to-drone and drone-to-ground communications, the company said.

Kinetic Mesh delivers communication and video backhaul capabilities, supporting public safety, border security, search and rescue, and site survey applications, among others.

xCraft, a mass-market developer of innovative drone technology company, is coupling Rajant´s onboard intelligence with its new x2i Hybrid vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) drone allowing users to fly in single, swarm, or tethered configurations.

x2i leverages Rajant´s InstaMesh routing software to deliver broadband over VTOL aircraft capable of transmitting applications up to 300 Mbps for such sectors as public safety, oil and gas, mining, forestry, agriculture, and homeland security.

Rajant Corporation provides private wireless networks powered by its patented Kinetic Mesh Network, BreadCrumb network nodes, and InstaMesh networking software. The company´s networks are used across a broad array of industries, including military, industrial, transportation, utilities, telecommunications, and all levels of governments.

Coeur d´Alene, Idaho-based xCraft Corporation is focused on innovation in flight. It has developed patented technologies that have wide-spread applications in consumer drones, professional, military markets, and autonomous aircraft.