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Our vision

We want to empower people and different communities of the world to build their own Internet using accessible technology and a bottom up approach. Our goal is to accelerate the rise of collaborative, sustainable and socially conscious society by creating the backbone technology for smart cities, humanitarian actions and social good.

MeshPoint.One is licensed for WiFi4EU

In 2019 our goal is to help municipalities to deploy a strong, stable and decentralised public WiFi networks that will provide free WiFi connectivity for their residents and visitors.

Worldly inspired, made in Croatia.

High-speed and high-capacity connectivity transforms cities into inclusive, social and connected public spaces.

MeshPoint.One is proven and accessible solution designed to meet the always growing demands of emerging smart cities.

Easy maintenance

Smart and innovative design makes for a simple setup and upkeep while reducing operating costs.


Quality, secure and reliable connection with up to 450 people connected to a single unit.

Communication support for crisis situations

A safe and robust communication network helps first responders, rescue services and humanitarian organizations to cooperate and coordinate their rescue and action plans.

Stable internet connection allows displaced people to be informed and connect to their loved ones. This is where we can help. 

Rapid deployment

Communication network deployed within minutes, no matter the location and conditions, without assistance from trained professionals.


Out-of-the box mesh networking feature allows fast and simple utilization of multiple MeshPoint.One units.

Press clips

It was difficult to choose from the excellent shortlist, but we’re delighted that MeshPoint was chosen as the winner.

The Europas Awards 2016. - MeshPoint Awarded as 'Best Humanitarian Technology'
The product should be designed and tailored specifically to meet your user’s needs. Take MeshPoint, a project set up to provide a mobile Wi-Fi access point to refugees. - Designing digitally: Start with the need, not the technolog
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He’s now working on a compact, durable router called MeshPoint, which will use open-source software to give hundreds of people internet access at once.

The Atlantic - The apps that help refugees
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Faced with a refugee crisis in the digital age, this startup is bringing an internet lifeline to refugees and migrants in need. - Wi-Fi to the rescue for refugees on the move
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Meet the team

Get to know the experts and young minds behind MeshPoint.One