Wireless Medical Equipment

Medical monitoring equipment and wearable devices equipped with NvisiLink technology ensure life-saving patient data are reliably transmitted to appropriate medical care professional or emergency response teams. Our patented dual layer encryption process provides a shield against any eavesdropping or stealing of a patient’s personal information, adhering to the stringent HIPAA requirement.

IoT Edge

As a linchpin of data flow at the boundary between networks, edge devices have increasingly become a prime target for cyberattacks. Our native, physical layer encryption of all incoming and outgoing data allows us to scale without sacrificing security as connected devices grow. Our chaos derived digital watermarking prevents unauthorized transactions from ever penetrating and compromising the integrity of the network employing our technology.


Monitoring of hundreds of thousands of miles on ground assets is largely done by hand or automated solutions at tremendous cost. NvisiLink products offer a low-cost option to place sensors throughout the track network, within the ballast substrate, at crossings, at bridges, or wherever there is opportunity to monitor, including direct mounting on rolling stock, and locomotives. Real time analysis of sensor data allows the railroad to dispatch repair crews only when and where needed, or stop a train on indication of excessive wheel bearing heat, cracked wheels, or other asset failures, resulting in significant cost savings and a marked improvement in public safety.

Department of Defense (DoD)

DoD needs radio capabilities that will enable large numbers of vehicles, soldiers, and Warfighters to communicate without being detected or geo-located by adversaries. NvisiLink AP/Gateway and station devices provide bi-directional communications of data & voice which “travel” inconspicuously in and out of bands of existing wireless networks in both contested and uncontested environments without loss of data, diminished efficacy,  or susceptibility to jamming and spoofing.

Power Grids

Today’s power grids are monitored and managed through networks of vulnerable sensors. As a primary target for cyber-terrorism, it is of critical importance to our National Security to protect the flow of data and access of these sensor systems from electronic attack by foreign adversaries. NvisiLink network data cannot be physically altered or manipulated without triggering our AI threat recognition at the entry point into our network and subsequently inoculated from the other traffic.