UNDERSTANDING STRAHNET

Strategic Highway Supply Network LLC (STRAHNET™) was developed to identify, improve, manufacture and distribute highway, roadway, parking lots and street level products for private sector and Government highways and roadways. Simply put this is any roadway surface or buried product that provides access to directional information, security and convenience of roadway travel, lighting and sign support capabilities for movement and safety of people, goods and equipment along public transportation routes and interstate highways. Rest areas, public shopping malls, gas stations, and anywhere you travel, STRAHNET™ products will be present.

STRAHNET™ products will be defined by proprietary levels 1, 2, and 3. Level one, our own proprietary products manufactured and distributed by us. Level 2, existing products our proprietary designs manufactured by our strategic partners for our government, Institutional or private sector customers. Level 3 will be collateral support products constructed by our network of nation wide suppliers to augment the range of our proprietary products. We will provide direct access to these products to our customers as an on-going service and cost of sale and convenience provision.

STRAHNET™ will develop an interactive map of our marketplace covering the national
highway system associated with product categories levels 1, 2 and 3 with online
purchasing and RFQ with engineered certified quality.
WHAT IS STRAHNET
The interstate highway system links all major U.S. cities through a system of ‘control cities’ where an attempt has been made to streamline access on to and away from the highway system. Wi-Fi access along the Interstate highway system is growing at ever increasing rates distributed by Department of Transportation authorities and private networks. Hotspots in rest areas, hotel chains situated along highway routes, airports, and a growing number of cities offering free wireless services are providing internet access along thousands of interstate highway miles. Wi-fi mesh networks are being designed and built to accommodate uninterrupted data connections to motorists traveling at speeds in excess of 180 km/h.
Wi-Fi enabled cars will allow drivers and passengers to check their email and make restaurant reservations, but also avoid traffic jams and the scenes of traffic accidents. Vast accident avoidance systems are currently being devised that will take advantage of ‘smart cars’ ability to respond to commands such as emergency breaking that will automatically stop cars before collision via a wi-fi signal. Coupled with GPS, motorists can access highly customized information services based on location, destination, and specific user preferences. The future of specialized Internet access and the use of mobile computing devices are inextricably linked.

6545 Market Ave. North STE 100
North Canton, Ohio 44721
Phone: 1 888 POLES-01
Fax: 1 844 POLES-33