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Raytheon Developing New Server, Building Two Comm Networks

Raytheon is developing a new server-based system linking 4G LTE and P25 systems that will help first responders communicate with each other during daily operations and emergencies.

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Public Safety Interoperability Requires a Neutral Party

The devastating earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan, as well as the ongoing nuclear power plant malfunctions there, serves as a grim reminder that similar disasters can occur here in the U.S. We need to better equip police officers, firefighters and other public safety personnel, so they can respond immediately and cohesively to emergency situations.

Raytheon Selects Downey For Public Safety Regional Technology Center

The center, which will occupy 27,000 square feet and employ as many as 150 people, will serve as the focus of Raytheon's civil communications business in the western U.S. and provide test and research facilities, training, and maintenance and logistics, customer and systems support.

Raytheon and UCLA To Establish Center for Public Safety Network Systems

The mission of the UCLA-ITA Public Safety Network Systems Center is to bring together academia, industry and public safety agencies to provide technical leadership, a collaborative forum for research, and to establish standards for public safety networks.

Raytheon To Open Public Safety Regional Technology Center

For the RTC, Raytheon is creating a research capability tailored to public safety needs and is forming a consortium of communications experts from across academia, industry and the public safety community.

21st Century Riot Control Tools

A few weeks before last year's G20 economic summit in Pittsburgh, anarchists and agitators cringed as they read about heat rays, sonic disruptors, mass TASERs, malodorants, and other new riot control technologies that would supposedly make their debut during the economic summit.

Los Angeles Sheriff Adds Mobile Data Computer System From Raytheon

For the first time, the department's vehicle systems will have access to applications such as the Sheriff's Data Network, mug-shot downloads, fingerprint programs, geo-positioning systems, e-mail, and Internet access.

Military Mobile Apps Could Protect Urban Areas As Well

Imagine a 10-officer team staking out a group of suspects from several locations simultaneously. Now, imagine the supervisor and team can observe each others' movements, simultaneously communicate via text message and call up a map of an entire building that suspects are about to enter.

NightSight Infrared PalmIR 250

Raytheon infrared NightSight PalmIR 250 is a hand-held unit weighing 2.6 pounds. The built-in rechargeable battery offers up to four hours of service and the unit can go from cold start to use in 25 seconds. Focus range is eight feet to infinity and the PalmIR 250 can detect a person at almost a half-mile.

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