It’s time for Mesh Networks to be part of everyday life.
Mesh Networks have the ability to create medium range, stable, wireless networks from a single connection point built by the transmission of a signal to a device. The device then retransmits the original signal to any other device within range. The receiving devices then retransmit the same signal to connect more devices to the network. This pattern repeats to grow a network which can span up to thousands of meters in distance and can be modified for any type of radio frequency.
These networks historically (and currently) have been applied within military operations, hospitals, and large-scale commercial applications (like those Orbis Mesh has developed) for agriculture and Smart City Technology. Decentralized networks which autonomously monitor and automate devices benefits these industries. But what more can be done?
How can Mesh Networks be utilized in society?