goTenna Pro Signs TDS as Channel Partner

GoTenna Pro, the world's leading mobile mesh networking company and provider of off-grid connectivity solutions for smartphones and other devices, has signed Tactical Drone Solutions on as its newest west coast Channel Partner. TDS will market  goTenna Pro's mesh technology devices that enable decentralized, programmable mobile infrastructure on a global scale in markets ranging from public sector and military to enterprise and IoT.

goTenna Pro and Pro X devices can be mounted on personnel and infrastructure, including Hoverfly tethered UAS, providing persistent long-range off-grid connectivity for myriad applications. Without access to cell, wifi, or satellite, goTenna Pro mesh networking radio devices pair with a native iOS/Android smartphone application as well as compatible applications like the Android Team Awareness App (ATAK) for personnel tracking, mapping, messaging and more.

For more information, contact Ron Lee at 619-247-4525 or via email at rlee@tacticaldronesolutions.com

 

About Tactical Drone Solutions:
Tactical Drone Solutions LLC ("TDS") is a San Diego-based company providing a variety Tier-1 drone and communications consulting, services and systems that support situational awareness requirements for public, private, military organizations. Its technology portfolio includes Hoverfly tethered drones for persistent aerial surveillance, and goTenna Pro scalable mesh network platforms.

About goTenna Pro:
goTenna Pro is advancing universal access to connectivity by building the world's most intelligent and scalable mobile mesh networks. goTenna is the world's leading mobile mesh networking company, providing off-grid connectivity solutions for smartphones and other devices, as well as augmenting traditional communications networks. This technology enables mobile, long-range connectivity even without cell, wifi or satellite connectivity. goTenna's drive to create resilient connectivity began during Hurricane Sandy in 2012, when approximately a third of cell towers and power stations in affected areas failed. Based in Brooklyn, goTenna is backed by investors including Founders Fund, Union Square Ventures, Comcast Ventures, Collaborative Fund, and Bloomberg Beta.