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Jan 01, 2022
Wrote an article
Implemented a Tailscale mesh VPN

Secure Networking Made Simple with Tailscale

For my first post of 2022, I explored my recent love affair with Tailscale and shared a bit about how I'm using it for simple, secure access to all of my servers no matter where I (or they) may be.

Seriously, I can't get over what a great job Tailscale does making a flexible mesh VPN architecture achievable for even a server jockey like myself. I'm just mad that I didn't discover Tailscale sooner!

network design
Designed a SpeedFusion Explainer Diagram
network design
Solved a Networking Problem
Today I fixed a network routing issue on a Superyacht remotely for a Peplink partner. 
network design
In October 2018 I started talking with two guys who had an idea about remotely driving vehicles.

We've worked closely together since then on reliable, low latency  cellular connectivity, and I have watched them iterate repeatedly, incrementally improving everything they do.

Today they have come out of Stealth mode as Vay and I couldn't be happier for them!

This by the way was the first 'vay car' we provided connectivity for at Thomas' house in London with Bogdan driving it remotely from Berlin!
network design
Graphic design
Technical authoring
Solution design
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Currently doing some design work for a client explaining how I would provide resilient connectivity to teleoperated machinery.
network design
product development
content creation
autonomous vehicle networks
5g networks
remote cctv
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This is IBM's autonomous Ship the Mayflower. 
I was responsible for designing the remote connectivity management onboard to allow it to be remotely monitored when crossing the Atlantic. I also managed to provide remote access to 8 cameras over a 200kbps upload limit (on iridum certus).