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.
TRX Systems, a leader in technology for Assured Position, Navigation and Timing (A-PNT), will be demonstrating its commercially available NEON Location Service integrated with the Android Tactical Assault Kit (ATAK). TRX also will have available its prototype Dismount EW Kit, a first-of-its-kind, portable kit for dismounted warfighters that detects and alerts when GPS jamming or spoofing is detected and continues to deliver a reliable user position estimate. The TRX NEON-ATAK solution will be available for hands-on use in both indoor and outdoor areas. NEON Personnel Tracker and NEON Signal Mapper, developed for public safety, industrial, and security applications, will also be available for hands-on demonstration and testing.
The event, hosted by the U.S. Army Research Office, ETI, and Practical Scientific Solutions, is open to the public on November 17th from 11:00am to 6:00pm.
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