Public Safety & Smart Cities

Affordable Intelligent Mobile Edge solutions for municipalities, public safety, and smarter cities to enable rapid, secure, intelligent connectivity between people, sensors, and systems to dramatically impact the tempo of operations, increase effectiveness, and enhance life safety.

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Commercial & Enterprise

Intelligent IoT/Sensor Fusion solutions for corporations, critical infrastructure, mobile lone workers, and continuity of operations, delivering superior decision support from the edge and facilitating faster and more informed insights, leading to better operational outcomes and enhanced life safety.

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National Security

The increased speed of unpredictable and chaotic events collapses the decision space for 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, fused with AI and multi-variant threat detection.

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Our Products

A turnkey location services, IoT/sensor, and AI communication platform that delivers real-time actionable insights in time-constrained decision environments

Common operating picture/dashboard (Single Pane of Glass) with plugin layer for attached or proximate sensors.

Fuses multiple body attached/proximate sensors on a single human/animal endpoint with real-time information sharing.

Location, tracking, collaboration with support for video viewing with real-time situational awareness sharing.

A notification safety net, by delivering location, secure text, emergency camera triggering, listen live capability, and provides situational awareness.

Fuses unattended ground sensors, fixed facility sensors, autonomous platforms, and AI/information services.

Rapidly deployable and fully integrated tactical command kit for mobile incident command & crisis operations in a “carry-on” form factor.

Trusted by the biggest names in the business

“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