The pCom® XL provides an immediately deployable, self-contained emergency management trailer with power generator, lighting and communications infrastructure where you need it. This system is fully functional telecommunications in 5 minutes. Emergency response and field operations require infrastructure designed to solve the problems that come with the unknown. The comprehensive and flexible design of the pCom® offers an environment to operate vital communications equipment and services to IT and Incident Operations Management personnel.
The Toughsat XPs are our flagship professional series mobile telecommunications satellite systems that have incorporated the best of our earlier models and expand with new powerful design features that work in normal or extreme environments. Operation is as easy as pressing the "Deploy" button on the Toughsat controller. In a few minutes, it will automatically create a wired or wireless high-speed network for any in-range device. Our premium grade iDirect 20Mbps x 5Mbps Service provides the speeds needed for optimized Internet
The FLIR MUVE™C360 is a multi-gas detector completely integrated with an unmanned aerial system (UAS) to provide real-time continuous monitoring of chemical hazards while on the move. The sensor block boasts 8-channels, which includes a photoionization detector (PID), Lower Explosive Limit (LEL) detector, and six other sensors. The integrated snorkel is designed to negate the effects of rotor wash, extending past the propellers to sample the unperturbed air. The MUVE C360 sensor block quickly latches to a proprietary integration dock mounted to the UAS enabling fast deployment for emergency management teams.
FLIR PackBot is a man-transportable robot that performs bomb disposal, surveillance and reconnaissance, CBRN detection and HazMat handling emergency management operations. PackBot easily climbs stairs and navigates narrow passages, relaying real-time video, audio and sensor data while the operator stays at a safer, standoff distance. The PackBot manipulator lifts up to 44 lb (20 kg). PackBot is deployable by one person in under two minutes. The robot stows neatly in vehicle, even fitting in a car’s trunk making it an ideal mobile disaster preparedness solution.
"The Football" is an auto-pointing BGAN satellite telecommunications terminal that requires no user training to operate and is ideal for emergency management teams needing fast, reliable connectivity. Simply place the weatherproof case on the ground or on a boat deck... or on any surface with a clear view of the sky, rain-or-shine, anywhere in the world and turn it on and close the lid - no pointing necessary. Within a minute The Football becomes a powerful WiFi hotspot accessible by any wireless device within a 100 meter range for up to 5 hours on internal battery power. This auto-pointing solution uses the high performance Hughes 9450 in-motion BGAN terminal integrated with proprietary mobile electronics for a ruggedized self-contained, in-field or on sea, user-friendly global communications link.
Our Cordless Satellite Telecommunications VoIP phones have a range of up to 5 miles. Our service & equipment utilize the iDirect network and allow users to make or receive phone calls from anyone with crystal clarity. This turnkey solution includes four handset phones, all of which may have their own unique phone number, or share a phone number with other phones. All phones may be talking simultaneously over one satellite connection without issue. When using one of our mobile dishes, that is optimized for phone communication over satellite, callers are often unaware they are speaking over a satellite VOIP connection.
SPOT X provides 2-way satellite messaging so you can stay connected to remote and lone workers, even outside of cellular range. Connect SPOT X to your smartphone via Bluetooth wireless technology through the SPOT X app to access your contacts and communicate easily. This includes direct communication with emergency management services and pinpoint satellite location of employees. SPOT X is flexible too; each unit has its own U.S. mobile telecommunications phone number so units can be reached via cell or other SMS devices at any time.