FirstNet, Indoor Location Innovation Highlighted at 2018 NIST Public Safety Broadband Stakeholder Meeting
Recently, TRX Systems attended the 2018 NIST Public Safety Communications Research (PSCR) Public Safety Broadband Stakeholder Meeting. TRX was awarded a grant from the Public Safety Innovation Accelerator Program (PSIAP) in June of last year. During this meeting, TRX presented last year’s new capability developments and made TRX’s latest NEON Personnel Tracker application for attendee use and evaluation throughout the 2.6 million square foot venue. The Stakeholders Meeting was an excellent forum to engage with a wide variety of public safety stakeholders – including early adopters within state, local, and federal departments responsible for safeguarding and securing the population. TRX also had a chance to catch up on the latest FirstNet news and research by other PSIAP grantees including research into next generation ranging, inertial silicon, and location constraint sources.
Next week, the TRX team will be in San Diego for the 2018 PSCR Public Safety Broadband Stakeholder Meeting from June 5-8. Carol Politi, TRX’s President and CEO, and Jeff Kunst, TRX’s VP of Product Development, will be speaking at the meeting about the progress on TRX’s NIST PSIAP grant that was announced at this same event last year. The grant to TRX is focused on research and development of technology that will deliver more robust and higher accuracy 3D location for first responders and enhanced 3D visualization tools for on-site and remote commanders. The project includes development of new mapping tools as well as use case validation, field testing and feedback with first responders in Harris County, TX and Arlington, VA.
This week, TRX Systems will exhibit at the Special Operations Forces Industry Conference (SOFIC) with our partner Black Tree Group from May 22-24th in Tampa Florida. We will be showcasing the latest updates to our NEON Personnel Tracker solution for the 10,000 defense industry professionals attending SOFIC. We hope that you will visit us in the Black Tree booth #1349.
Visit TRX at IWCE 2018 to See Real-time 3D Location and Indoor Mapping Technology for Public Safety Personnel
The TRX team is down in Orlando this week at the 2018 International Wireless Communications Expo from March 7-9th. TRX is presenting on 3D mapping and personnel location solutions in two separate IWCE sessions and will also be showcasing its patented NEON Location Solutions to the 7,000+ attendees (booth #3444). TRX will be giving away a free NEON Signal Mapper or NEON Personnel Tracker solution to one attendee who visits our booth each day!
TRX Partners with Sonim to Showcase NEON Personnel Tracker at the App Association's “Future of First Responder Technology” Event on Capitol Hill
TRX Systems Delivers Indoor Location and Tracking At New York First Responder Critical Incident Response Training
TRX System's NEON® Personnel Tracker solution was used to provide 3D tracking of first responders during a New York City emergency responder critical incident training exercise last week at Grand Central Terminal. The New York Police Department (NYPD), Metropolitan Transportation Authority Police Department (MTA-PD), New York State Police, National Guard and Fire Department of New York (FDNY) participated in this large scale incident response exercise.
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.
NEON® Personnel Tracker Solution Used by Houston Police to Ensure Public Safety During Super Bowl LI
Today, TRX announced that the NEON Personnel Tracker application was used by the Houston Police to ensure public safety in NRG Stadium for Super Bowl LI. TRX’s indoor location technology delivered seamless 3D tracking of Houston Police inside NRG Stadium, which improved situational awareness and command effectiveness. A short video showing TRX Systems' NEON Personnel Tracker at NRG Stadium can be found here.
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 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.
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.
Anritsu Company, a global provider of innovative communications test and measurement solutions for 120 years, will be demonstrating a 3D in-building coverage mapping solution at the International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE) this week. The solution leverages the TRX Systems’ NEON® Signal Mapper application to deliver real-time 3D location information that is interoperable with the Anritsu Spectrum Master™, LMR Master™, Site Master™, BTS Master™, Cell Master™, and VNA Master™ handheld analyzers.
Today, we are very excited to announce the availability of the NEON® Personnel Tracker application that is now fully interoperable with the Motorola Solutions LEX L10 Mission Critical LTE Handheld. The TRX-Motorola solution extends location and mapping indoors to deliver seamless tracking of personnel in critical public safety, security and industrial applications. The NEON-LEX L10 integrated solution to be showcased at the International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE), March 23rd and 24th, at the Las Vegas Convention Center (Motorola Solutions booth #1029).
TRX tested our GPS-denied location service at the Army Expeditionary Warrior Experiments (AEWE) in January and February. The AEWE is the US Army TRADOC’s annual, live, force-on-force experiment where it puts technologies into the hands of Soldiers for early feedback from the end-user in operational scenarios.
Last week the TRX Systems team participated in the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. CES 2016 had over 170,000 attendees from over 150 countries. Like last year, the TRX booth was located in Eureka Park, an amazing area of the show with a huge number of innovative companies and a constant buzz over the 4 day exhibition.
TRX Systems, developer of the NEON Indoor Location Solution, is introducing its new NEON Personnel Tracker application at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, January 6-9. The TRX booth will be located at the Tech West Sands Expo on Level 1, Hall G, Booth 80348. Requests for meetings and scheduled demonstrations of the new app can be made by contacting TRX at firstname.lastname@example.org
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