TRX announced today the availability of the new NEON® Squad Tracker solution at the Joint Navigation Conference (JNC) in Dayton, Ohio. NEON Squad Tracker supports delivery of resilient location for dismounted warfighters operating indoors, underground, and in areas where GPS may be intentionally denied. TRX’s latest product can be found at booth #112 at the Dayton Convention Center from June 5-8.
NEON® Squad Tracker is a low SWaP, GPS-denied navigation solution for dismounted warfighters. This new application provides ubiquitous location, tracking and mapping for personnel operating in areas where GPS is unavailable, in a solution easily integrated into military position, navigation, and timing (PNT) architectures. Squad Tracker uses a suite of patented algorithms to opportunistically fuse inertial sensor data, GPS (including resilient GPS sources), warfighter waypoint check-ins, and ultra-wideband shared constraints and "dropped beacons" to deliver reliable GPS-denied location. The full press release on TRX's release of NEON Squad Tracker can be found here.
Along with the release of Squad Tracker at JNC 2017, TRX’s CEO Carol Politi and CTO Carole Teolis will be conducting two technical program sessions during JNC 2017:
Comments are closed.
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.