In the modern age, connectivity is a necessity – especially after a disaster. It can provide emergency responders with critical information and help residents locate resources like food and shelter.
There When You Need It Most
Establishing connectivity in an unstable environment with limited resources is extremely challenging. With ruggedized access points (APs) able to withstand extreme temperatures and weather conditions, our mobile command units provide the connectivity needed for emergency responders, volunteers, hospitals, relief organizations, and families after a disaster.
Easy To Deploy, Easy To Operate
In the hours after a disaster, rapid response is pivotal. We’ve designed Hook’d to be easy to deploy and easy to operate because we believe that emergency responders should spend more of their time on allocating resources and coordinating relief efforts – not setting up WiFi.
Whether electric or solar, our APs deliver dependable, high-performance connectivity – whatever the weather.
With multi-radio, multi-band, and multi-standard IPX-rated APs, Hook’d can create a network that spans hundreds of miles.
Our Point-to-Point and Point-to-Multi-Point topologies ensure our APs deliver a stable communications network, independent of infrastructure support.
Sudden usage demands can negatively affect a network’s performance – our proprietary technology adapts to rapid bandwidth changes.
Enable devices to discover, communicate, and interact with each other. Our connections are fully autonomous and dependably secure.
Low latency + fully redundant systems + Quality of Service networking = a connectivity solution always aiming for optimum efficiency.
Better By Design
Designed with fault-tolerance in mind, Hook’d provides secure, reliable communications without dependency on single points of failure (like servers or network connectivity outside of the local environment). Because when it’s designed better, it works better.