emergency response in supply routes
Emergency ResponseMilitary

All field operators— military personnel or emergency response workers—need numerous things to accomplish their mission. They require physical access to supplies, the ability to monitor their teammates, and the establishment of a main supply route (MSR). These operators also rely on communication to stay informed during dynamic situations, ask for

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Law EnforcementMilitary

As part of the Hot Takes series, we’ll take a highly debated topic and explore the pros and cons of both sides. During each debate, you’ll hear from goTenna experts who offer hands-on experience working with customers and deploying goTenna Pro X2 devices in the field. Leave a comment below,

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Law EnforcementMilitary

Seamless communication and situational awareness are crucial for military, law enforcement, and emergency response operations. They enable decision-making, increase survivability, and improve operational efficiency. However, for communications and situational awareness tools to be effective in these scenarios, they need to be interoperable and enable disparate organizations—many of which often come

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Law Enforcement

Federal law enforcement organizations – such as U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), the U.S. Marshals Service, the U.S. Coastguard, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) – often have to conduct operations in remote, austere environments. With mobile technologies and applications

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Emergency ResponseMilitary

Every year, the Air National Guard holds its Patriot Exercise event. This training exercise brings together personnel from the Air National Guard, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and multiple local, state, and federal partners for a series of simulated scenarios designed to test their ability

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tough stump technologies travels to an african national park to provide situational awareness for park rangers
Emergency ResponseLaw Enforcement

With temperatures regularly reaching 122 Fahrenheit, deadly animals roaming the terrain, and the constant threat from armed poachers, the park rangers in southern Africa’s national parks confront hazardous and challenging conditions. They face these dangers to protect something priceless – some of the world’s most endangered and vulnerable species. African

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