Green Communications’ Swarm of Connected Drones solution won the second price over 61 applicants for its innovative character and for its interest in the eye of RAID, GIGN, BRI and Special Operations Forces during SOFINS 2017.
Find out more about SOFINS (Special Operations Forces Innovation Network Seminar) by following the link.
For more information on our drone solution, please contact us or visit our Internet of Things webpage.
As part of an IoT (Internet of Things) project, Engie chooses Green PI, an easy to deploy while affordable Internet infrastructure, to bring wireless Internet and to connect sensors in rural areas.
The experiment took place in a village of north-central France. Green PI’s low power routers (YOI) were installed on house’s facades to extend the Internet coverage of the town hall to the main street. YOI connected automatically with each other using an advanced wireless Device-to-Device technology removing expensive network cabling. Green PI’s patented routing software then ensured the transfer of videos, calls, and data over multiple hops (up to 30!). Citizens could connect to Internet using Wi-Fi and 3G and walk down the street without being disconnected thanks to Green PI’s handoff. Engie also used Green PI infrastructure as backhaul for its energy management sensor network.
Thanks to its cable free and self-configuring properties, Green PI reduces up to 10 times the cost of wireless Internet infrastructure, facilitating the digitalization of rural areas as well as emerging countries and of any other white spots such as trains, planes, ships, etc.
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Yore, you Brought Your Own Device (BYOD). Now, you Generate Your Own Internet (GnYOI) with Green Communications’ new tiny and low power routers (YOI).
YOI Low Power are the first embedded routers to feature a max of 5W energy consumption for broadband Device-2-Device networking. A network of YOI Low Power set on stand-alone power system (battery or solar panel) offers an autonomous and cable-free wireless Internet infrastructure. Handheld and weatherproof (IP67) YOI devices are easy to deploy in case of emergency and can be embedded into drones, robots and people to connect them with a moving & self-configured wireless network.
Find out more about new YOI Low Power products by following the link.
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The Carrier Pigeon, a drone product developed by Green Communications, has been selected for Viva Technology show’s Hall of Tech among 84 competing solutions.
Carrier Pigeon Drone, a Delay Tolerant Network Technology, forwards digital information to unconnected crowds of a festival, an event, etc. Drones use Green Communications’ embedded technology (Green PI) to create a flying and connected MEC (Mobile Edge Computing). They hold a local cloud and transfer it from one location to another like a Carrier Pigeon without the need of any network infrastructure.
From June 30th to July 2nd 2016, Viva Technology’ show will bring together the most innovative startups, investors, academics and executives to shape the future and propel digital transformation.
On April 28, TILAS, a research project that aims to provide a large-scale IoT test-bed deployment for smart cites, won the Celtic Plus Innovation Award. Green Communications provided to the project a Green PI platform for Internet of Things applications.
TILAS provides a solution ranging from node testing, node packaging, latency reduction to Over The Air Programming for traffic pattern monitoring, water management & monitoring and video surveillance of smart cities.
Green PI’s advanced wireless multi-hop technology removes cabling and reduces latency of sensor networks to improve large-scale smart cities infrastructure deployments.
Green Communications is selected for the final round of the “connected objects and smart cities” startup challenge organized by the Mayors of Île-de-France Association (AMIF) in partnership with EuroQuity and the incubators 104factory, Agoranov and Descartes.
On April 14 and during the Mayors of Île-de-France Annual Meeting, Green Communications presents the Participatory Internet before a jury composed by elected officers and actors of the innovation.
Green Communications is selected to present its technology Green PI during The Pitch Deloitte 4th edition on April 14, 2016.
The Pitch Deloitte is an event organized by their department of innovation. It gathers start-ups, investors, major accounts and media around the innovation and entrepreneurship. On April 14th, 9 start-ups cover 3 categories: Blockchain, Artificial intelligence and Cleantech.
Densification as a key enabler of 5G is the topic covered by Green Communications’ article “The 5G is not what we often say. The key is rather the density than the bitrate!” published by Action 5G Research.
Find out more about the article here http://www.systematic-paris-region.org/sites/default/files/lettre_news_Souverainete_5G_num2_v3.pdf
For more information about Green Communications’ network densification solutions, please contact us.