About Resilient Communications Technology Company (RCT)
Resilient Communications Technology Corp or RCT, is a wholly owned subsidiary of EarthStar Enterprises Corporation, the leading provider of Protective Intelligent Infrastructure™ Technology. RCT has developed a new class of infrastructure technology called “Protective Intelligent Infrastructure™ technology” or Armored Segmented Power and Communications Assembly (ASPCA) technology. It is the most scalable, adaptable, customizable, comprehensive, and fully-integratable solution on the market. It can be snapped together easily without the need for a splicing truck or anything other than a licensed electrician with a minimal amount of product training.
Resilient Communications Technology Corp has more than 22 Patents filed with USPTO in World Protection mode. Resilient also has 5 Patents currently and more underway securing additional developed technologies with WIPO for World Protection. These Patents cover Security, Life Safety, Emergency Communications and even National Security or Secure Facility Security. We re-write the Standards for Building Safety and even up and down with elevator safety. All these Patents are searchable online for proof of protection. Right down to the Manufacturing process is Proprietary and Scalable able to produce 10,000 feet or the next run 100,000 feet or after demand 300,000 feet per month. Should the demand require even 1,000,000 feet per month in any size segment length up to 3000 feet. Power handling is single, double, or even 3 Phase at voltages to 600 VAC and Current levels to 100 Amperes.
This allows customers to inexpensively and efficiently expand or reduce the system while addressing needs of the infrastructure industry. The ASPCA technology is mechanically and thermally protected and works to increase the level of survivability and length of time an application using the ASPCA technology can continue to function. This Patent protected and Regulatory Standards driven set of products ensures the marketplace that RCT intends to market to without actually using conventional marketing methodology.
Protective Intelligent Infrastructure™ technology is engineered to support 10 applications; Life-Safety, Security, Business Continuity, Loss Mitigation, Emergency Response, Disaster Recovery, Threat Protection, Information Systems, Building Management, and Integrated Facilities Management, simultaneously for use in the following infrastructure industries:
- Commercial & Industrial Real Estate – Office Towers & Commercial Buildings
- Energy – Hydro Electric & Nuclear Power Utilities, thanks to our proprietary NitroFiber™
- Mining – Minerals, Precious Metals, Precious Gems, etc.
- Transportation – Air, Rail, Marine & Road
- Communications – Ruggedized, High-Speed Backbone, WiFi, Radar
- Perimeter & Border Security – Perimeter Securities, Domestic & Int’l Border Security
- Entertainment – Stadiums & Arenas
- First Responders – Law Enforcement, Emergency Response & Disaster Recovery
The ASPCA technology meets the necessarily high-performance requirements for “infrastructure technology” and enables a superior level of functionality. This revolutionary new capability is called Early Detection Proactive (EDP) which is the ability to acquire and classify real-time information and accurately identify the precise nature, location, and characteristics of a threat. It simultaneously allows for real-time notification to alert critical personnel to potentially dangerous or disastrous problems before they gain momentum.
Resilient Communications Technology recognizes that the application and methodology used in the “infrastructure industry” requires an elevated level of survivability, which is why we developed the ASPCA technology. Any system is only as strong as its weakest link. The ASPCA technology can withstand extreme temperatures of 2000 degrees Fahrenheit for a minimum of 1 hour while maintaining power and communications. The ASPCA cable (Patented globally) is a ruggedized, high-speed broadband, power & communications backbone engineered for harsh environments and is essential in establishing the level of dependability these systems require.