Cognitive Wireless MANET Radio & Mesh Technology for Tactical, Mission-Critical Datalinks

Creomagic to Supply MANET Radios to Asian Markets

By Mike Ball / 09 Nov 2020

CNT-M2 wireless connectivity Radio ModuleCreomagic’s cognitive SDR (software defined radio) technology has been selected by two major companies based in Singapore and Japan, marking the company’s entry into the Asian markets. The systems will be installed on autonomous UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) and UGVs (unmanned ground vehicles) and utilised in a variety of urban scenarios to enable mission-critical applications.

Creomagic’s high-speed cognitive wireless mesh connectivity solutions provide high-reliability coverage without the need for permanent infrastructure or a centralized point of failure. The MANET (Mobile Ad-Hoc Network) radio systems are ideal for first responder and defense applications and can be incorporated into a variety of unmanned systems and robotics.

The unique intelligent technology allows secure, stable and reliable transmission of real-time video, voice and data over constantly changing cognitive MANETs and wireless mesh network topologies. Using a combination of routing, distributed spectrum sensing for cognitive radio, and decentralized fog computing, Creomagic’s solutions provide scalable peer-to-peer connectivity via multiple hops for high-speed communications even in challenging, interference-filled, dense urban environments.

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