TRX announced today the release of the NEON Enterprise Server (NES), a private, secure, and containerized version of the 3D map and location capabilities provided by the NEON Cloud. The release of the NES provides a self-hosting option for government agencies, commercial enterprises, and military operators that cannot leverage NEON’s commercial cloud services.
The NES provides storage and sharing of map and building data as well as a real-time messaging service to share GPS-denied, 3D location data between users. Delivered in widely utilized, efficient, and portable Docker containers, the NES can be hosted in private data centers as well as on hardware on-premises or in the field.
“The new NES capability provides the flexibility to operate indoors with enhanced location accuracy even when internet connectivity is not possible,” said Jeff Kunst, Vice President of Product at TRX Systems.
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