To access the Northrop Grumman IACP 2013 press kit, go to: http://www.northropgrumman.com/Capabilities/PublicSafety/Pages/IACPPressKit.aspx.
"Together, these innovative solutions - built with security and interoperability in mind - are helping first responders keep our cities safe by responding to emergencies more quickly and efficiently," Sturms added.
On display will be demonstrations of mobility solutions that enable interoperability and secure collaboration for first responders. These solutions will be featured in the "FirstNet Nationwide Network: Ensuring Network Integrity" presentation, which will also be on display in the booth.
The booth will also include a demonstration of how
The company will also showcase the Andros Titus™ robot, the newest and smallest member of its Andros™ line of unmanned ground vehicles (UGV). Northrop Grumman Remotec, the largest provider of robots for first responders, designed the lighter, faster, stronger and more intelligent UGV for a variety of missions, bringing new capabilities to the market for small UGVs.
The company's CommandPoint™ suite of public safety products, which enable communications centers and first responders to efficiently respond to emergency calls and make informed decisions to meet the demands of law enforcement, fire and emergency medical services, will also be featured. The suite of products includes (CAD) systems, records management systems, mobile applications and automated field reporting.
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