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GOAT NET RURAL WIFI

May 25, 2012

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http://blog.andrisbjornson.com/2010/04/goatnet-bleating-edge-wifi-mesh.html
http://www.ictworks.org/news/2010/04/01/goatnet-bleating-edge-wifi-mesh-networking-inveneo
by Andris Bjornson / April 1, 2010

Goat*Net: Bleating Edge WiFi Mesh Networking from Inveneo
“The WiFi hackers at Inveneo, famous for their long-distance network in Haiti, are piloting a new Internet connectivity solution that they hope will bring Internet access to currently unreachable corners of rural Africa. Deploying collar-mounted wireless transceivers on a herd’s worth of goats, they’ve created a mobile, self-healing, self-configuring network they’ve dubbed the Goat*Net.

Rural WiFi challenge
Rural Africa suffers from two distinct disadvantages that hinder the easy and affordable provision of Internet access – long distances between users and no electrical infrastructure. One possible solution to these challenges often employed by Inveneo is long-distance WiFi. Even WiFi has its limits, though. On a recent trip to Ethiopa, Inveneo found rugged terrain and highly mobile populations would make a standard WiFi deployment difficult or impossible. Transient herdsmen rarely stop at one…

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