Do More Wire Less for SuccessWe recently asked our customers to tell us their success stories of how Cradlepoint solutions are empowering their organizations. We received more than 100 submissions from companies of all sizes and industry segments. From listening to their stories it is abundantly clear that they are taking the world into a new era of networking innovation.
From small aircraft flying at 6,000 feet to high-tech NYC tourist boats, and telemedicine solutions that help healthcare providers extend their treatment to patients outside the hospital. Cradlepoint makes networking less complex, easier to manage, more secure and cost-effective so companies can do more. These stories prove just how fast innovation is moving.
Our three “Do More Wire Less” grand prize winners of the Parrot Bebop Drones are listed below:
Statue Cruises is the exclusive means of transportation to and from the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island in New York City. To ensure uninterrupted credit card processing and CCTV camera feeds, the company uses the AER2100 and NetCloud Manager to utilize WiFi as WAN for primary connection and cellular broadband whenever the boats travel outside the range of their WiFi network.
Harford County, Maryland
In Harford County, Maryland, fire and EMS medic units, command vehicles, and two municipal police agencies are using the COR IBR1100 platforms and NetCloud Manager to always stay connected and to drastically reduce man-hours spent managing networks. Teams there are utilizing cellular broadband for an array of applications, including AVL/CAD and VoIP.
Visio Health & Technical Solutions
Visio Health and Technical Solutions was tasked with providing a highly portable diagnostic telemedicine system facilitating real-time, two-way video communication between doctors and patients anywhere in the U.S. Visio chose Cradlepoint’s COR IBR650 platform with secure and reliable VPN functionality to support organizations such as Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri.
Director of Telemedicine Professional Services, Children's Mercy Hospital (Kansas City)