In August, TRX Systems participated in the Sennybridge23 NavWar Trial conducted in Wales, United Kingdom (UK). Organized by the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl), which is part of the UK Ministry of Defence, this event gave participating organizations an invaluable opportunity to evaluate warfighter solutions in GNSS-denied conditions.
Along with partner Cascade Aviation & Marine (CAM), TRX was invited to Sennybridge23 to demonstrate and test its NEON PT-MIL solution. NEON PT-MIL extends the capabilities of ATAK-equipped warfighters, enabling them to better operate and maintain situational awareness in GNSS-denied situations.
Working alongside the Dstl team, TRX tested NEON PT-MIL’s inertial navigation capabilities in scenarios where GNSS signals were blocked or deliberately jammed. In addition, TRX demonstrated NEON PT-MIL’s ability to map and share NavWar threats within ATAK, including a new jammer finder capability that displays a heat map in the direction of a potential jamming source.
The data generated during the Sennybridge23 Trial will help TRX continue to deliver innovative PNT and situational awareness solutions for the dismounted warfighter.
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