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.
For years Fluidmesh have been working with mass transit agencies, airports and seaports in different countries helping them to stream data, video and voice from remote locations and moving vehicles. Now, thanks to FLUIDITYTM, you will be able to deliver to your passengers broadband and stable on-board Wi-Fi; transmit real-time video from on-board security cameras; stream diagnostics data from vehicles for preventive maintenance. Why Fluidmesh?
LICENSE-FREE BROADBAND WIRELESS
Both our fixed and mobile wireless networks do not require any governmental license to be deployed and used. You can connect a wide area at 150Mbps without waiting for any third party approval.
HIGH SPEED VEHICLE CONNECTION
Our mobile transmission protocol FLUIDITYTM can connect an on-board radio roaming at up to 225mph. Nobody is able to beat the performances of our track-side wireless technology with 0 ms hand-off and no packets dropped.
COST EFFECTIVE SOLUTION
Fluidmesh means no more trenching and wiring to deploy a fast and reliable network covering a wide area. Our radios can be easily installed on existing poles and build a self-healing wireless infrastructure.
Our radios are fully certified to transmit only on designed frequencies: our wireless products are designed to create no harmful interfere to other radio technologies operating on different channels. Moreover, our proprietary transmission protocol copes with the negative effects of environmental interference and are able to provide reliable streaming also in interference-dense environments.
RELIABLE & SECURE
Sometimes it takes a geek to stop a geek. Fluidmesh innovative transmission protocol is built to overcome the limits of standard wireless protocols security and to deliver an infrastructure that keeps those pesky hackers away. Thanks to its proprietary protocol and AES encryption.