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goTenna and ATAK connect military freefall operators during infiltration
Military

With hundreds of pounds strapped to their backs, one hundred mile winds tossing them around mid-air, and the thick blanket of night impeding their view, military freefall operators have less than a minute to act. In those few seconds, any decision they make could result in the success or failure

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Military

There is one overarching theme or trend that industry partners have been hearing from the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) over the past decade – the adversaries of the future will be near-peer threats that have built their military capabilities with the distinct purpose of defeating the United States. This

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Law EnforcementMilitary

While the merits of some newer technologies – from social media to video conferencing – might be debated, the concept of new technologies or advancements is usually to make life easier, better, or more convenient. New, disruptive technologies offer a solution to a challenge that people or organizations face, or

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Military

The U.S. military has always been at the forefront of deploying innovative technology to enhance situational awareness and provide strategic advantage. Today, the military is more reliant than ever on technology and is working towards creating hyper-enabled operators. For example, the Army recently announced its HoloLens order, which will bring

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Operator using goTenna Pro X
Military

In a previous article on The Last Mile, Michael Thomas talked about some of the ways that the ATAK application and mobile mesh networking can help warfighters with land navigation. He also discussed how hours were shaved off of recon missions by incorporating the ATAK app and mobile mesh networking

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Military

Considering the importance of digital, network-connected devices to our daily lives as civilians, it should come as no surprise that U.S. Army warfighters are increasingly dependent on digital solutions when deployed. But who keeps those networks operating and the warfighters connected? That’s the job of the U.S. Army’s Signal Corps,

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Field hospital
Emergency Response

The global COVID-19 pandemic has left many state and local governments, hospitals and first responders scrambling to find the medical equipment, hospital beds and resources they need to keep up with the incredible influx of sick patients. With so many new cases and hospitalizations, these organizations are turning to temporary

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Defense operators with UAV in forest
Military

The use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) – or drones as they’re more commonly known – for intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) functions is incredibly important for today’s military. UAV intelligence and data – whether that be still images or real-time, high definition video – serves a key function in

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