TRX Provides Tracking to First Responders in Active Violence Response Training at George Mason University
Last month, TRX’s NEON® Personnel Tracker Solution provided 3D tracking of law enforcement and first responders during a live training exercise at George Mason University’s EagleBank Arena in Fairfax, VA.
The training was hosted by the SCITI Labs, in a collaboration that included the Center for Innovative Technology (CIT) and the Department of Homeland Security’s Science & Technology Directorate (S&T). DHS S&T's SCITI Labs initiative leverages cutting-edge Smart City and IoT technologies to deliver new capabilities to DHS components and to enhance public safety in communities across the country.
While first responders routinely train to prepare for such emergencies, the GMU exercise presented a unique opportunity for first responders to supplement their training with NEON® Personnel Tracker and other innovative technology designed to improve response efforts by enhancing communication, interoperability, threat detection, and situational awareness.
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