Next week, TRX Systems will be exhibiting at the AUSA Annual Meeting & Expo in the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. from October 11th-13th.
Visit the TRX team in booth #644 to learn how our NEON Location Service technology delivers continuous location in GPS-denied environments, enabling dismounted warfighters to maintain their situational awareness.
TRX’s Lou Martinage, Director of Product Management, will lead a session next week at NIST PSCR's Annual Public Safety Broadband Stakeholder Meeting. The virtual session, Building a GPS-Denied Location and Mapping Solution for First Responders, is open to the public and will take place on June 22nd at 2:30 PM EST. PSCR's Annual Stakeholder Meeting brings together representatives from public safety, federal agencies, industry, and academia. Register for free here.
Join TRX for GPS-Denied Technology Demonstrations at Tech-Palooza in Red Springs, North Carolina on November 17th
TRX Systems will demonstrate its GPS-denied technologies developed for warfighters and first responders at the Tech-Palooza event on Tuesday, November 17th at the Emerging Technology Institute (ETI) in Red Springs, North Carolina. TRX joins leading technology companies Microsoft, IBM, Panasonic, Syncopated Engineering, and others demonstrating a broad range of technologies including Internet of Things, AI & Autonomy, Wearables, and Tag/Track/Locate Solutions. TRX will demonstrate its GPS-denied dismount personnel location, signal and sensor mapping and NEON Micro-Tracer, its newest solution for COVID-19 contact tracing and alerting.
Location data is paramount for the safety and situational awareness of our warfighters – to support this need at the U.S. Air Force’s Tech Warrior OPS event last October, TRX showcased the unique capability of the NEON GPS-Denied Location Solution to seamlessly track personnel in environments where GPS doesn’t work. Hosted by the Air Force Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program, TRX demonstrated the NEON solution’s ability to meet location and performance accuracy requirements in varying environments using a combination of body-worn sensors and ultra-wideband ranging technology. The system was demonstrated to seamlessly track personnel from outdoors where they might have GPS available into buildings and underground areas that are GPS-denied.
TRX Systems was awarded the $250,000 Grand Prize at the U.S. Army’s third Expeditionary Technology Search (xTechSearch 3) competition. TRX Systems was selected as the xTechSearch 3 Grand Prize winner by the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics and Technology (ASA(ALT)) at the virtual xTech Summit held Sept. 9-11, 2020.
xTech 3 Summit – Online Event Profiling Innovation for the Army Including TRX GPS-Denied Position, Navigation, and Timing Solutions
This week, the U.S. Army is hosting its premier technology showcase, the xTech 3 Summit - a first-ever virtual event highlighting the innovative technologies from more than 250 unique small businesses that have been incubated through the Army’s xTechSearch program.
TRX Systems was selected as a U.S. Army xTechSearch 3 Phase IV finalist by the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics and Technology. TRX’s NEON® GPS-denied dismount PNT solution was one of 12 finalists selected from hundreds of new technologies that were evaluated by the Army. Each of the finalists were awarded a $120,000 prize at the 2019 AUSA Annual Meeting and Expo at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.
2019 has come and gone, but the 2nd half of the year was a time of continued growth and success for TRX Systems. We invite you to read highlights of our achievements in this email or you can download the full newsletter by selecting the link below. Please contact us for more information and sign up for our blog to stay current with TRX news and updates.
Last month, TRX Systems was selected as a U.S. Army xTechSearch 3.0 Phase IV finalist by the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics and Technology. TRX’s NEON® GPS-denied dismount PNT solution was one of 12 finalists selected from over 125 new technologies that were evaluated by the Army. Each of the winning solutions was awarded a $120,000 prize at the 2019 AUSA Annual Meeting and Expo at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.
TRX Systems Provides Mission-Critical 3D Location During DHS Shaken Fury OpEx in Birmingham, Alabama
TRX Systems announced today the successful delivery of mission-critical 3D personnel tracking and location data in support of the Department of Homeland Security S&T Directorate’s Next Generation First Responder (DHS S&T NGFR) - Birmingham Shaken Fury OpEx. From August 19th-23rd, the OpEx demonstrated the ability of NEON® Personnel Tracker and other integrated technologies to enhance first responders’ mission capabilities and improve response time in search and rescue, mass casualty treatment, and HAZMAT containment during a simulated earthquake scenario in Birmingham, Alabama.
TRX at AUSA, October 14-16 in Washington, DC Demonstrating New GPS-Denied Location and Mapping Technology
TRX Systems will be at the AUSA Annual Meeting & Expo in the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. from October 14th-16th. The TRX team will be with our partner Federal Resources in booth #4219 demonstrating NEON Location Service technology that delivers continual GPS-denied location and supports navigation for dismount situational awareness.
The first half of 2019 has been a time of exciting growth, development, and outreach for TRX Systems. We invite you to read highlights of our achievements in this blog or you can download the full newsletter by selecting the link below. Please contact us for more information and sign up for our blog to stay current with TRX news and updates.
The TRX team will be in Chicago for the 2019 NIST PSCR Public Safety Broadband Stakeholder Meeting at the Westin Michigan Avenue Chicago from June 9th-11th. Jeff Kunst, TRX’s VP of Product Development, will be speaking alongside Matt Herbert, Arlington County Virginia Fire Department, Battalion Chief, at the meeting about the progress on TRX’s NIST PSIAP grant.
TRX Provides Tracking to First Responders in Active Violence Response Training at George Mason University
The Special Operations Forces Industry Conference (SOFIC) is the premier conference for the SOF community to interact with industry and to collaborate on the challenges, initiatives, and way-ahead in delivering the most cutting-edge capabilities to SOF operators. TRX is excited to be at SOFIC in Tampa, FL again this year and we invite the SOF community to meet us at the Federal Resources booth (#2128) to learn about and test NEON, our industry-leading GPS-denied personnel tracking technology.
Anritsu and TRX Introduce the First Field Instrument Providing 3D Indoor and Outdoor Coverage Mapping for 5G NR at IWCE 2019
Today, we are pleased to announce the release of the industry’s first field solution that provides 3D indoor and outdoor coverage mapping for 5G New Radio (5G NR). The integration of Anritsu’s Field Master Pro™ MS2090A RF handheld spectrum analyzer with the MA8100A TRX NEON® Signal Mapper will be demonstrated at the International Wireless Communications Expo on March 6th and 7th in the Anritsu booth (#824)
TRX Provides GPS-Denied Personnel Tracking in Tunnels for Blueforce at Operation Convergent Response 2018
TRX supported our partner Blueforce Development this past week at the second annual Operation Convergent Response (OCR) where Blueforce demonstrated how their Command Center solution improves situational awareness for first responders during incidents. OCR2018 was held at the Guardian Centers in Perry, Georgia; the 830-acre disaster preparedness and state-of-the-art training campus offered a realistic metroplex for many disaster response exercises. These disaster and crisis scenarios included a helicopter crash, nuclear detonation, earthquake, and active shooter incidents. TRX supported Blueforce in a subway terror attack scenario where a terrorist led a simulated attack that included a bomb and chemical release in a subway tunnel.
TRX Systems announced today that its NEON® Personnel Tracker Solution was used to track personnel within challenging indoor, underground, and urban GPS-denied environments at the Thunderstorm 18-2 Dense Urban and Subterranean Technologies (DUST) Demonstration. Thunderstorm 18-2 took place August 6th-17th in New York City and featured technologies to bridge capability gaps facing military and first responders when operating in GPS-denied environments such as tunnels, buildings, and urban canyons. You can read the full press release on the demonstration here.
TRX Systems Featured at DARPA 60th Anniversary Symposium – Keeping Warfighters, First Responders, and the Public Safe with GPS-Denied Location
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.
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