Earlier this week, the TRX Systems team formed an action cluster at the 2017 Global City Teams Challenge (GCTC) to showcase our NEON Indoor Location Solutions. GCTC featured more than 300 companies, universities, non-profits, and federal government agencies who have created action clusters and demonstrated how these projects have impacted their cities and communities.
Partnering with Arlington County, TRX demonstrated indoor location technology within the Public Safety Super Cluster at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. TRX CEO Carol Politi also spoke at the GCTC Expo about first responder location and tracking solutions, including the NIST-Public Safety Innovation Accelerator Grant work that includes collaboration with local governments (Arlington County, VA and Harris County, TX):
Indoor, GPS-Denied First Responder Location and Tracking Solutions
GCTC 2017 was a great opportunity to learn from leading federal agencies, mayors, and county executives regarding their smart city plans and to benefit from the experience of other communities deploying new IoT and sensor technologies.
We're looking forward to participating at GCTC 2018!
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