It has been called many names: distributed cloud, fog computing, and 4th generation data center, but with the impending mass deployment of 5G a variant of distributed cloud is more commonly referred to as “multi-access edge computing” or “MEC”. The idea behind MEC is to deliver compute, bandwidth, and micro services much closer to the end user and IoT devices for faster and more informed decision making. The REAL benefit

Squishy Robotics and Blueforce Development Corporation are working to integrate our technologies to provide an improved user interface (UI) experience for our customers by enabling the data obtained from Squishy Robots to be displayed and shared on the Blueforce software platform. Blueforce, which is based in Newburyport, Massachusetts, provides advanced sensor fusion/data sharing capabilities for enhanced tactical decision support and situational awareness. At present, the Squishy Robotics robots communicate 360-degree

Smartphones and tablets are increasingly becoming a core computing platform for public safety. Moore’s Law is alive and well specific to mobile compute with smartphones that are now faster than the mid-1980’s Cray-2 Supercomputer. With the promise of FirstNet upon us, as well as hybrid cloud cognitive services that extend to the palm of your hand, the intelligent edge is here and the impact to smart policing, emergency management and

Not a week goes by without someone asking us if we are the “Blue Force Tracker” people. We are not. We named the company as Blueforce Development Corporation because all of the folks on our team share a common purpose in building rapidly adaptable technology for all blue force (the good guys) in all national security and public safety sectors. Yet, we do understand the importance and the high value