Last week, TRX Systems participated in the 2023 Arctic Warrior Experiment (AWE-23) in Rena, Norway which sought new solutions for increasing warfighter capabilities in challenging Arctic environments. In conjunction with our partner, Precision Technic Defense (PTD), TRX was invited to AWE-23 to address the challenges of GNSS-denied operation and navigation.
The TRX and PTD team demonstrated the GNSS-denied capabilities of NEON PT-MIL through multiple hands-on sessions with Special Operations Forces (SOF) from across the world. Warfighters learned how NEON PT-MIL can keep them on mission, even when they’re operating in environments where GNSS signals are unreliable or intentionally-denied. With its rugged, low SWaP packaging, NEON PT-MIL is well-suited for dismounted soldiers operating in harsh environments.
AWE-23 was organized by the Special Operations Research and Development (SORD) project at the Norwegian Defence Research Establishment (FFI). The event involved SOF warfighters from the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Finland, Denmark, Sweden, Australia, and New Zealand.
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