Location data is paramount for the safety and situational awareness of our warfighters – to support this need at the U.S. Air Force’s Tech Warrior OPS event last October, TRX showcased the unique capability of the NEON GPS-Denied Location Solution to seamlessly track personnel in environments where GPS doesn’t work. Hosted by the Air Force Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program, TRX demonstrated the NEON solution’s ability to meet location and performance accuracy requirements in varying environments using a combination of body-worn sensors and ultra-wideband ranging technology. The system was demonstrated to seamlessly track personnel from outdoors where they might have GPS available into buildings and underground areas that are GPS-denied.
During the Tech Warrior OPS Event, the TRX NEON solution was fully immersed in curated missions enabling observation of NEON technology in action which provided a wide range of feedback from various user groups. Tech Warrior OPS provides an opportunity for small businesses to have direct, real-time interaction with warfighters and first responders by placing technologies in the hands of the actual user during training scenarios and exercises that simulate rigorous operational use. This approach allows the user to provide highly valuable objective and subjective feedback and an open exchange of information regarding potential solutions to any challenges encountered and accelerates the time it takes to formulate and execute those solutions.
A participant spotlight of TRX from the event can be viewed below: https://youtu.be/4k8TPXqBgho
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