Doodle Labs is proud to announce the achievement of a 116-kilometer data link using the Mesh Rider Radio in a mobile, aerial environment. The test was conducted by Paramount Advanced Technologies, a subsidiary of Paramount Group, a global aerospace and technology company founded in South Africa.
Doodle Labs partnered with Watts Innovations early on to enable the long range, reliable communications for Command & Control, telemetry, and HD video streaming required by their drone systems. A robust, high bandwidth datalink ensures connectivity to the drone at all times. The Mesh Rider Radio’s ability to identify C&C traffic through Differentiated Services and prioritize it to be sent with optimized radio settings via URLLC ensures the lowest possible latency for Command & Control. Similarly, video is identified, prioritized and optimized radio settings are applied providing seamless video streaming.
We have partnered with Amazon Web Services’s (AWS’s) Disaster Response Team to develop a reference Disaster Emergency Communications network architecture that can be leveraged by any organization around the world. The AWS Disaster Response team is part of AWS’s Global Social Impact team and is focused on helping customers, partners, and communities respond to disasters globally through our cloud services and technology. For more information about the project, please visit the AWS Disaster Response Blog.
Doodle Labs has partnered with PAR Government, the architects of the game-changing TAK to develop a complete turn-key solution with the Wearable Mesh Rider Radio featuring Mesh Rider MANET technology. The Wearable Mesh Rider Radio, with a built-in WiFi hotspot, is a compact mesh radio supporting high throughput. The TAK client TeamConnect runs on commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets.
Deforestation is the second leading cause of climate change, and is the source of approximately 24% of greenhouse gas emissions. Combating deforestation has been identified as one of the most promising and cost-effective ways of lowering emissions.
DroneSeed, a drone company in the US has developed a proprietary drone to replant deforested areas. Their advanced drone is capable of flying deep into austere environments that are hard to reach for humans and trucks. They plant trees by flying at low altitudes and precisely firing seedlings into the ground.
DroneSeed turned to Doodle Labs to enable the communications architecture for their entire fleet when all other options were unable to maintain the data link over the required distances, and other high-power radios were both too expensive and too heavy to be viable.
Provectus Robotics designed an intelligent, dynamic platform to enable autonomous vehicles to operate in even the roughest of terrain. Using the Mesh Rider Radio – External, they were able to build out a convoy of multiple vehicles, with only the lead car being driven by a person.