Field operations consist of multiple vehicles, equipment, and personnel, dispersed across rugged terrain – all of which require constant, reliable connectivity while on the move. Doodle Labs’ Mesh Rider technology offers the intelligence required by the industry’s adoption of automated vehicles.
The construction industry is among the top users of unmanned technology. Drones and ground robotics are increasingly being used on job sites to perform analytics, reduce delays, navigate safety issues and drive higher performance. New technologies are revolutionizing construction workflows and Industrial IoT technology is leading the way.
In a construction site where hundreds of millions of dollars are invested in machinery and operations per site, the value of incremental improvements in efficiency can be massive. A Mesh Rider network connecting vehicles, shovels, and pumps can help with:
Each version of the Smart Radio has been designed for operation in the most challenging use cases. The External Smart Radio is an IP67 metal case that can endure the rigors of 24/7 usage on mining vehicles. The Embedded Smart Radio is an OEM version that can be placed inside the box of other systems. The Pocketable version of Smart Radio is optimized to enable people to use standard mobile devices.
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License Free ISM Band – USA, Canada, Mexico, Central, South and Latin Americas, Australia, New Zealand and China
The 900 MHz band is license free for use in many countries around the world. At lower frequencies, the radio signals can travel farther and penetrate through the walls and vegetation, providing better NLOS operation. The 900 MHz band provides an excellent alternative to the crowded 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi band.
License free ISM Wi-Fi band (Worldwide)
Wi-Fi Smart Radio is fully compatible with all the Smartphone and mobile devices. These Smart Radios are used for long range and deployments in the harsh environments.
CBRS Band (Citizen’s Band Radio Service)
A large swath of new spectrum has now been released by FCC to enable new innovations in wireless broadband applications.
License Free ISM band – USA, Canada, Mexico, Central, South and Latin Americas, Australia, and New Zealand