Affordable Intelligent Mobile Edge solution for municipalities, law enforcement, fire, emergency management… to enable rapid, secure, intelligent connectivity between people, sensors, and systems… to dramatically impact the tempo of operations, increase effectiveness, and enhance life safety for our first responders.
Intelligent Sensor Fusion solution for corporations, critical infrastructure protection, mobile lone worker, and disaster response/continuity of operations… to enables superior decision support capabilities from the edge and facilitates faster and more informed insights… leading to better operational outcomes and facilitates enhanced life safety.
Increased speed of unpredictable and chaotic events collapses the tactical decision space for national security commanders. Forward sensor fusion with edge-based processing accelerates recognitional decision-making, by widening the decision-makers aperture to greater numbers and types of IoT sensor inputs.
Distributed sense making of ``swarm information`` across the team which is shared as processed information that is timely and relevant. This processed information tells a story of what is going on and can convey “signatures” that denote deviations from expected mission outcomes.
Field operations are fundamentally non-predictive. Blueforce allows rapid adaptation in the field by allowing the operator to enable and disable capabilities on the fly. Our open APIs allow extension of C4ISR systems and provides a future-proof platform as new best-in-class capabilities come online.
Secure self-forming, interoperable mobile human and sensor networks for dismounted mobility platforms including unmanned systems and sensors with dynamic sensor discovery, sensor-queuing, and hyperlocal alerting to anticipate phase transitions and emergent threats.
Blueforce builds software with a singular focus on sustainability and an ability to endure as hardware platforms, operating systems, and sensors evolve. One code base, no forks, and a support organization to back it all up.
“All of the information is transmitted in real time and displayed at a central command hub that resembles something from the TV drama “24.”
– Boston Globe May 30, 2019