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A "Command Console" with 3D graphics shows the exact locations of first responders and monitors their life metrics. The Tracker system covers large or small size buildings and works thru thick walls of concrete, brick, and mortar. Besides current position, you can track their history and project where their heading. The system can also provide the person's biometrics, including heart rate and body temperature and their tank levels. This data can be securely transmitted to remote monitors anywhere in the world.
- The Technology
- The Tracker System "sees through walls"
- Locates & tracks assets (human or other)
- Monitor & display biometrics
- Use physically non-invasive RF techniques
- Quasi-Real time asset motion tracking
- Selective display of assets
- Encrypted and secure data transfer
This power generation results in an output charge of 1 amp, 5 volts, and 5 watts. Carbon 1.0 also incorporates advanced power supply management and the latest lithium-polymer battery protection components. All of the electronics are driven by the latest in microcontroller technology. An LED light keeps the user updated as to the charging level of the device, with the energy transferred via an adaptable USB cable. This multi-color LED can also serve as a mini flashlight and safety strobe as needed. The device takes approximately twelve hours to charge in full sunlight and thirty minutes to charge when connected to an external power supply. The device is also designed following International Protection (IP) standards and has a Solid Particle Protection rating of 6 (no ingress of dust) and Liquid Ingress Protection rating of 4 (splashing water), meaning the device will remain functional in any setting that doesn’t include full water submersion.
- Heart Rate
- Est. Core Temp
- Exertion (PSI)
- Calories Burned
- Distance traveled
- 40mm X 40mm X 19mm
- 30 gram device weight
- 2-4 day battery life depending on use
- Ultra-durable build
- Deep in-building radio penetration
HAAS Alert’s first responder vehicle communication technology Safety Cloud® connects first responder fleets including police, fire, EMS, and more. Additional integration through the company’s FleetFusion product provides first responders the ability to send emergency alerts not only to vehicles and other fleets, but to connected infrastructure, to emergency management centers, state and federal agencies, variable message signs, and more.
HAAS Alert’s team is full of leaders in connected automotive data, IoT, and cellular technologies. The company’s Safety Cloud solution for cities and fleets pushes digital alerts to consumer vehicles. Safety Cloud is a simple and scalable model for cities to boost public safety, urban mobility, intelligent traffic, and smart city solutions. In addition, HAAS Alert’s FleetFusion product connects infrastructure, traffic centers, and traffic signals
With the unique design, portability, transport ability and single person deployable focus, the various sonar platforms are rapidly deployed and transferred by any means of transportation. It offers scene stability in dangerous and hazardous littoral zones by autonomy and the ability to function without putting personnel in unknown hazardous conditions. The Sonar technology offers a first-hand look to compare and contrast mapping of strategic waterways (ports and harbors) and captures data to evaluate for changes or issues that arise from all hazards; manmade or weather. This technology complements EOD teams and military diver team personnel by adding valuable, timely resources to identify and locate hazardous conditions and mitigate targets for neutralization. The time sensitive application of deployment of the autonomous and remotely operated systems allows the operator to determine course of action and incident stabilization by keeping survey teams in a safe, standoff distance. The fact that these are battery powered and electrically operated systems that are controlled remotely through line of sight technology, the autonomous systems have the ability to penetrate areas/zones that normal water craft could not attain.
Our specialty ammunition improves upon the function of current lethal force technologies by considering the aftermath of disablement. Projectiles that have been adopted by most entities today are designed to penetrate an individual to disrupt the functionality of a threat. However, this function alone often leads to both financial and psychological liabilities. With our specialty ammunition we provide immediate attention to the wound site to preserve life post engagement with a suspect or any individual that is on the receiving end of a discharge. The utility of preserving life has been recognized as an opportunity to prevent bystander incidents and protect life in many enforcement communities.
TrackIO solves a long-standing problem of tracking first responders indoors or rugged terrain, where GPS does not work. There are multiple reasons that the interior or GPS denied environment tracking of firefighters is critical. Of utmost concern is the ability to find a firefighter if he or she has an emergency. One of those emergencies is when a firefighter is separated from the rest of the crew and gets disoriented. A structural collapse or failure that traps the firefighter is another one. Or, it could be a medical emergency such as a cardiac arrest. Secondarily, there is the ability to guide firefighters to areas of the building experiencing an obvious problem from the exterior but not apparent from the interior. Having real-time visual location information of all the firefighters and strategic points provides much better situational awareness to the Commander. Therefore, the Commander can coordinate the mission much better and gets a big help in personnel accountability.
Overall, TrackIO solves first responder safety. Plus, it also helps much better command, control, and mission for public safety and property loss.
TrackIO is an on-demand, accurate, and simple to use solution for indoor and GPS denied environments for tracking first responders in real-time without the help of pre-installed hardware. Patented technologies & algorithms developed in our labs formed the foundation for TrackIO. The solution uses a combination of various wireless and sensing protocols. These modalities provide accurate ranging, combined with localization techniques, to provide desired location accuracy in real-time. Firefighters carry beacons, and their location information on different floors is displayed in a visual format.
The TrackIO is easy to set up and easy to use solution that does not distract firefighters from their mission. The graphical user interface provides a clear, individually identified location information of firefighters over a map or simple scaled blank layout for x-y location on different floors. The location information is shown in real-time. Many of the earlier solutions either relied on infrastructure, used technologies that resulted in less accuracy and, were hard to use. TrackIO overcomes all of these shortcomings.
Squishy Robotics, Inc. provides lifesaving, cost-saving information in real time through our rapidly deployable, airdroppable, mobile sensor robots. The company has developed a solution to enable the deployment and operation of diverse payloads in remote or dangerous locations. Normally dropped from drones or other aircraft, these payloads can be rapidly deployed to provide situational awareness, enabling faster, better informed, data-driven decisions.
- For our initial market (first responders): deployment of our sensors provides first responders with the chemical sensor and visual data needed to safely assess and plan the mitigation response, all from a safe distance from the “hot zones.”
- For expanded markets (defense and commercial remote monitoring): our scalable and reconfigurable robots can carry customized, third-party equipment in a variety of deployment scenarios (e.g., pre-existing third-party sensors, emergency medical aid supplies, or specialized radio components).
Our robots use a 6-bar spherical tensegrity (tensional integrity) structure, originally developed for space exploration under NASA funding by Squishy Robotics’ CEO Alice Agogino at UC Berkeley. The tension network provides shock protection from the impact of being airdropped. The impact-resilient outer tensegrity structure can be scaled up or down in size, based on an application’s requirements, and the interior payload can be customized for different needs and use cases.
Tac-Alert is the only directional, hands free wearable personal radiation detector designed for tactical end-users. Worn with or underneath the existing tactical gear, the lightweight system features multiple detectors and provides haptic feedback (vibrations) directly on the body. When a hazardous source is encountered, the closest sensor node vibrates. This built-in directionality greatly improves the responder’s situational awareness of invisible radiation hazards because it provides fundamental spatial information regarding the direction, strength, and range of the source. Like a sixth sense, Tac-Alert’s indications are felt and thus more intuitive, easier to understand, and safer for tactical users than small numerical displays of today’s handhelds.
Detecting shielded radiation sources represents the greatest threat from a counterterrorism perspective. Tac-Alert’s built-in sensor processing allows responders to detect and react to these threat sources at more than 3 times the standoff distances compared to the competition.