Rajant expands footprint with Poland’s Mission Critical by ASTOR

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Rajant Corporation, the provider of Kinetic Mesh® wireless networks, has entered into a strategic distribution agreement with Poland’s Mission Critical by ASTOR, a value-added distributor within Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) data exchange platforms and Machine to Machine (M2M).

This partnership represents Rajant’s further investment in Europe to increase support of autonomous platform connectivity and coverage in markets like military, rail, mining, indoor warehousing, public safety, and other emerging markets.

Regarding the appointment, Marcin Kusztal, Sales Director Eastern Europe & CIS for Rajant shares, “Poland provides wide access to European Union markets. Mission Critical has a team of experts with strong engineering backgrounds, who bring years of automation, robotization, and industrial communication knowledge from within ASTOR, to specialize in essential connectivity for the full spectrum of autonomous systems within the region. They understand industrial mobility requirements in the markets Rajant supports, making Mission Critical key to Rajant’s growth in Europe working with integrators and resellers.”

“Mission Critical by Astor is part of ASTOR Group with 30 years of experience in the field of automation, robotics, and software for industry,” states Michal Lopata, Business Development Manager and Board Member of Mission Critical by ASTOR. “We specialize in wireless communications. With many years of experience and expertise in radio and cellular communications, Mission Critical looked for a technology that would fit our vision of private networks for “mission-critical” applications. The main criteria for us are reliability and fast system deployment. Our customers are mainly industry and infrastructure. Therefore, we are pleased to announce that we have become an official Rajant Kinetic Mesh Distributor (KMD). Together, we will increase the competitiveness of Polish companies by providing them with Kinetic Mesh technology.”