Northrop Grumman will exhibit technology designed for public safety and emergency response at a law enforcement conference to be held at the Pennsylvania Convention Center from Saturday to Wednesday.
The company will display products intended to address interoperability and security requirements of emergency responders and government agencies at the International Association of Chiefs of Police Conference and Law Enforcement Education and Technology Exposition, Northrop said Wednesday.
“We will highlight our global computer-aided dispatch systems (CAD), our broad range of secure wireless networks and showcase Andros Titus, a new robot designed to help first responders tackle their most challenging missions,” said Ed Sturms, vice president of civil solutions at Northrop Grumman Information Systems.
Other technologies to be presented include mobility platforms for collaboration between emergency responders and Law Enforcement Information Exchange program, which works to facilitate information sharing between government agencies.
Northrop will also featured its proposed network architecture for the future FirstNet Nationwide Network.
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