Ambassador City:

Seattle, WA

% To Being Fully Meshed

5%

Total Goal: 44 Nodes

How to Get Involved

Objective - Why Mesh Seattle?

goTenna is partnering with local Mesh enthusiasts to bring off-grid, people-powered connectivity to their communities. Mesh networks, like any neighborhood community, become stronger as more people join them. As local users with real on-the-ground experience, goTenna Mesh ambassadors are dedicated to augmenting the central communication infrastructure across America with a reliable, bottom-up network.

Creating a community powered network that works with any smartphone is great for:

  • Sharing messages and alerts with your local community
  • Enabling connectivity in neighborhood dead-zones
  • Having a reliable backup network to use during emergency situations when cell service is down, like after a severe thunderstorm.

Ambassador

With a passion for adventure and radio communications, Seattle’s Ambassador, George, has a big interest in enabling the area to have ground up infrastructure with goTenna mesh.

George is pumped to Mesh the Seattle area. George created the first ever MOAN, Mother Of All Nodes, device that turned a goTenna Mesh into a power-house stationary node.

George is pumped to Mesh the Seattle area. George created the first ever MOAN, Mother Of All Nodes, device that turned a goTenna Mesh into a power-house stationary node.

ABOUT GOTENNA AND
THE AMBASSADOR PROGRAM

Based in Brooklyn, goTenna creates modular mobile ad-hoc networking protocols and devices that are easy-to-use, low-cost and developer- friendly.

goTenna partners with emergency relief teams, safety patrols, and adventure seekers to help bring Mesh networks to communities at risk for natural disasters and the great outdoors.

In an effort to expand off-grid connectivity, goTenna is working with local ambassadors to build accessible communication systems within their communities.

Seattle, WA - Mesh Community

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