• Field deployed hardware to provide high bandwidth network between regional technical responders.
  • Geographic and other support software providing for a common operational platform of both data and visual awareness.
  • Live sensor systems that allow responders and subject matter experts instant access instrument data such as video (daylight & Ir), chemical, radiological, thermal, acoustic, biological and others.
  • In conjunction with RACR a vetted emergency alert and notification system notifying participants of CBRNE related incidents that were triggered manually or by an instrument exceeding a threshold.
  • Vetted set of fundamental policies governing information sharing.
  • Systems designed to interface using global DHS standards for information sharing allowing regional data to interface with a growing list of over 16 Federal and vendor specific systems.
  • Provides a radiation energy gradient map.

  • Instantly shares CBRNE information across region, state and beyond.
  • Responders do not have to be present to assist because they have the data wherever they stand.
  • Responders are free to work on other emergency tasks because the program is reporting the critical data.
  • Eliminates errors that occur when first responders use radio transmitters or have to read data through the face mask of a Haz Mat suit.
  • Provides a radiation gradient tool that normalizes readings and scales them across a legend created by the Los Angeles County Health Department. This toold helps responders determine safe stay time.




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