This past week, at the Government API Meetup in Washington DC, TRX Systems' CEO Carol Politi spoke about TRX NEON products (and associated APIs) that deliver location for public safety applications. Public safety personnel often operate indoors, underground, and within other "GPS-denied areas". NEON's location service is designed to enable location-based applications to keep working in these areas. During the meetup, Carol had the opportunity to discuss public safety applications and requirements with David Berlind, editor in Chief of ProgrammableWeb. The full transcript of the interview can be found here or listen to the interview at:
Next week, CTO Carole Teolis will be featured as a keynote speaker at the US Small Business Administration Innovation Research Road Tour in Honolulu, Hawaii. The two-day conference, hosted by the Hawaii Technology Development Corporation (HTDC), provides TRX Systems with a great opportunity to meet with federal funding program managers and discuss our NEON Indoor Location Solutions. You can catch Carole speaking twice on the first day of the conference (September 18th):
Earlier this week, the TRX Systems team formed an action cluster at the 2017 Global City Teams Challenge (GCTC) to showcase our NEON Indoor Location Solutions. GCTC featured more than 300 companies, universities, non-profits, and federal government agencies who have created action clusters and demonstrated how these projects have impacted their cities and communities.
The TRX team will be at APCO International's Annual Conference & Expo in Denver, Colorado from August 14-15th. This year at APCO 2017, TRX will be giving away a free NEON Personnel Tracker 1-User Package to one attendee who visits our booth each day. You can find the TRX Systems exhibit located at the Denver Convention Center booth #621. Come by our booth for a chance to win and see a demonstration of our patented NEON products including:
TRX announced today the availability of the new NEON® Squad Tracker solution at the Joint Navigation Conference (JNC) in Dayton, Ohio. NEON Squad Tracker supports delivery of resilient location for dismounted warfighters operating indoors, underground, and in areas where GPS may be intentionally denied. TRX’s latest product can be found at booth #112 at the Dayton Convention Center from June 5-8.
The TRX team will be at the Special Operations Forces Industry Conference (SOFIC) with our partner Black Tree Group from May 15-18th in Tampa, Florida. We look forward to networking alongside our partner with over 11,000 defense industry professionals as well as top SOCOM leadership. TRX can be found at the Black Tree booth (# 2135) in the Tampa Convention Center.
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Today, the TRX team is happy to announce the launch of the new NEON Command User Interface. The NEON Command Application provides an innovative new look with improved performance. The new, state of the art Command software now uses the most up-to-date, modern framework optimized for the latest Windows operating systems to provide the best possible user experience.
TRX has partnered with PCTEL, a leading global supplier of wireless network antenna and testing solutions, to introduce the first scanning receiver-based cellular network test and measurement solution with automated indoor/outdoor geo-referencing. With this new PCTEL-TRX solution, engineers will be able to easily collect and geolocate RF data where GPS signals are not available. The new network testing solution integrates TRX’s NEON® Signal Mapper 3D location and mapping solution with PCTEL’s SeeHawk® Touch test and measurement software and IBflex® scanning receivers.
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.
A DARPA program, called SIGMA, aimed at preventing attacks involving radiological “dirty bombs” and other nuclear threats has successfully developed and demonstrated a network of smartphone-sized mobile devices that can detect the tiniest traces of radioactive materials. A key feature of the SIGMA architecture is that it allows for automated, real-time detection, identification and tracking of nuclear threats with continuous situational awareness via web-based command and control interfaces. More details can be found here.
TRX has partnered with Tektronix to deliver a NEON® Signal Mapper solution that supports Tektronix spectrum analyzers. With this newly integrated solution, NEON Signal Mapper can be wirelessly connected to Tektronix's RSA306 and RSA500 Series spectrum analyzer solutions such that measurement data is automatically geo-referenced indoors, underground and in other GPS-denied environments. Signal Mapper provides 3D mapping, tracking and visualization as well as report generation capabilities that can dramatically reduce the time needed to signal map a building.
Today, TRX announced the availability of an enhanced feature set for the NEON® Signal Mapper solution. This new feature set further simplifies the task of collecting, mapping, and analyzing the performance of wireless networks in complex buildings and campuses.
TRX was recently invited to participate in the Winter Institute at Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) in College Station, Texas. Winter Institute 2016 was hosted by the EDGE Innovation Network which connects government, industry, and academia in an operational setting to encourage problem solving and technology integration. Participants at TEEX were able to experiment and evaluate NEON® Personnel Tracker and various other applications and technologies during end user focused training sessions and a daylong emergency response exercise.
Today, we are pleased to announce the launch of NEON® WiFi Mapper. In association with TRX’s industry leading NEON location technology, WiFi Mapper enables simple and fast 3D WiFi mapping and heatmap visualization. We are excited to release this affordable, easy to use, and time saving solution to the commercial enterprise market. NEON WiFi Mapper is now available for purchase at the TRX Systems store.
TRX Systems is pleased to announce that we have been awarded patent 9,395,190, Crowd Sourced Mapping with Robust Structural Features. This newest patent complements two patents TRX was awarded in May (9,322,648 & 9,297,658), enhancing IP protection for the NEON indoor location technology.
NEON Signal Mapper was selected as a winner of TMC's Communications Solution Product of the year award for 2016. One of TMC's most coveted awards, the Communications Solutions Products of the Year Award honors exceptional products and services that facilitate voice, data and video communications.
TRX Systems, developer of NEON® Signal Mapper, is now partnered with Cobham, a world leader in Land Mobile Radio test and measurement, to deliver an integrated LMR Signal Mapping Solution. This innovative new solution will be showcased at the 82nd Annual APCO International Conference and Expo, August 15-16, 2016 in Orlando, Florida. TRX will be in APCO booth #1507 at the Orange County Convention Center.
TRX Systems will be at the 2016 Annual CBRN Defense Conference and Exhibition(Booth #60) from August 2nd to the 4th in Aberdeen, Maryland.
The TRX team will be demonstrating NEON Signal Mapper, a solution that simplifies and dramatically reduces the time required for mapping CBRN measurements inside buildings and underground where GPS doesn’t work. NEON Signal Mapper automates the geo-referencing, cloud storage, and 3D visualization of CBRN measurements for personnel tasked with collecting and analyzing this important data.
The CBRN Defense Conference and Exhibition showcases information regarding weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and the increasing chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear defense (CBRN) threat around the world. The CBRN Conference highlights emerging defense technologies and provides a great opportunity for TRX to introduce NEON Signal Mapper to government and commercial industry experts.
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The TRX team will be presenting and demonstrating our patented NEON technology at the Joint Navigation Conference (JNC) in Dayton, Ohio June 7-8. TRX will be exhibiting in booth #111 at the JNC Exhibit Hall located in the Dayton Convention Center. Requests for meetings and demonstrations can be made by contacting us at email@example.com.
Fire Departments in rural/small suburban areas identified a gap for the development of a hardware and software system that helps firefighting Incident Commanders and Team Leaders to maintain team integrity within the fire ground.
Last week co-chaired a session on Collaborative and Networked Navigation at the IEEE/ION Position Location and Navigation Symposium (ION PLANS) in Savannah, Georgia. Both Professor Zak Kassas from University of California, Riverside and myself were the session chairs at the technical conference that occurs only in the spring of even number years.
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