This week, TRX Systems will be attending and demonstrating our technology at NSF’s event “The Arc of Science: Research to Results.” Hosted February 15th by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the Coalition for National Science Funding (CNSF), the event will display research in areas related to the economy, security, and global competitiveness and leadership. TRX will be alongside other NSF-funded researchers at the Rayburn House rooms B338 and B339 in Washington D.C.
TRX, funded by the National Science Foundation, will be demonstrating NEON Personnel Tracker, a mapping and tracking technology that can be used to locate first responders and security personnel working in GPS-denied areas. TRX is integrating the NEON technology with Motorola Solutions First Responder Devices, improving safety and command effectiveness for our nation's first responders and security personnel. In this demonstration, TRX and Motorola Solutions will show video and live personnel tracking and mapping, as well as the latest first responder devices integrated with TRX technology.
The Congressional Members and staff that visit the TRX booth at this exciting NSF event will be able to use the latest first responder technology and applications, including Motorola’s LEX L10 mission-critical handheld device and TRX’s NEON Indoor Location Solution. Visitors will also experience incidents from the commander's perspective, using a location and tracking system that shows personnel location and status, even indoors where GPS does not work.