Is a wireless mesh network in which the infrastructure nodes connect directly, dynamically and non-hierarchically to as many other nodes as possible and cooperate with one another to efficiently route data from/to clients.
Our mesh is part of our 6G network, but can also be used as a stand-alone product.
We have already tested WiFi self-configuring self-healing systems with multiple routers capable of finding the shortest path to the internet. We are currently working on incorporating location tracking as well as soft handoff into these systems. InoMesh is suitable for implementation in malls, compounds, university campuses, farm & rural acreages, temporary sites, etc. It is an economical way of providing WiFi as it uses a single point of internet, which is then distributed via a network of access points while maintaining the speed, unlike traditional methods.
We have utilized mesh technology in our 6G network whereby routers will talk to each other to determine the best path for communications, as well as, sharing user statistics. This will utilize routers capabilities and will enhance the service provided; as it allows routers without internet access to get internet from an adjacent router that has internet. This could be planned in a new network whereby all distribution of the internet within a city, town or village could be realized wirelessly using unlicensed bands.
Dr. Zaghloul is recognized as a visionary leader in the Canadian hi-tech community. In 1992, Dr. Zaghloul co-founded Wi-LAN Inc., and under his direction, the technology he co-invented with Dr. Michel Fattouche became the heart of many wireless communications standards. Dr. Zaghloul holds a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from Cairo University as well as a M.Sc. and a Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Dr. Adeel Akram graduated with a B.Sc. in EE UET, Lahore, Pakistan. He obtained his M.Sc. in 2000 from DrAdeelNUST College, Rawalpindi, Pakistan and his Ph.D. in 2007 from UET Taxila, Pakistan. He has since worked as staff in UET Taxila and is currently the dean of engineering. He is also the Director, Academy Computerization and Network Enhancement Program (UCNEP). He is a very active researcher and specializes in mesh networking, software programming, mobile networking, and RFID.
Dr. Shahbaz Pervez Chattha is an IT professional a PhD Computer Engineering with Dissertation topic “ An Optimized solution for performance enhancement of wireless Mesh Networks” from University of Engineering and Technology Taxila Pakistan in 2012. He also has an M.Sc Computer Engineering with major in Communication and Networks from University of Engineering and Technology Taxila Pakistan in 2007.
His areas of expertise are Network Planning & Designing, Wireless Communication and Wireless Mesh Networks, Cloud Computing, Cyber Security and IOT Services & Smart City infrastructure Design. He was Director ITC at UET Taxila Pakistan since 2012.