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.
For its final NGFR Integration Demonstration, DHS S&T selected Birmingham which will host the 2021 World Games, a major international and multi-sport competition. By using Legion Field Stadium with a capacity for 71,000 people, DHS S&T was able to identify their mission-critical technology needs, pair them with DHS-funded and industry technologies such as NEON®, and integrate those technologies to enhance their response capabilities.
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