'Despite rapid growth, today half of the Latin American population remain offline, and by 2025 nearly 242 million people will remain digitally excluded, unable to benefit from the social and economic opportunities of the internet.' - GSMA Report
It is widely understood that connecting more people to the internet has a dramatic, positive impact on economic and social development. Internet access provides access to better education, leading to a reduction in unemployment, and better health conditions for populations.
Although there are clear benefits to connecting more people, present technologies and business models can be costly and unsustainable, preventing us from achieving equal access.
Connecting countries and cities with mesh networks
RightMesh provides an affordable and accessible way to decrease the digital divide and increase regional digital inclusion.
With mobile mesh networking solutions, governments and cities can transform smartphones into new application networks that extend access to more people. RightMesh technology does not require large infrastructure investment and complements existing infrastructure. Our platform is built for the unconnected user with an entry-level smartphone and is applicable to a wide range of use cases like e-government services, smart cities, rural connectivity, content distribution, emergency communications, and more.
RightMesh can help you achieve your administration’s connectivity and digital service goals by:
Government Case Study:
eNuk Project, Connecting Canada’s North
Learn how RightMesh is being used to provide rural connectivity in Canada’s Arctic with support from the Canadian Government and the University of Guelph.View Project
Partner with us
We want to collaborate with public sector entities from municipalities to federal ministries who want to trial RightMesh in their area. We can work together to design a trial that helps reach more people and meets your administration’s goals.Become A Partner