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BAE Systems’ Geospatial eXploitation Products™ (GXP®) extend into the field with mobile applications supporting remote image discovery, rapid communication of field data and tactical collaboration between enterprise and field personnel. Through customizable Common Response Graphics (CRG), which overlay Cartesian coordinates on top of a tactical map, the GXP OnScene application delivers a common operating picture for emergency response personnel, including law enforcement and fire response, while tracking the location of all field operatives via their mobile phone GPS.

At the 2016 Vice Presidential debate in Virginia, GXP OnScene was used to support security for participants, facilities personnel, and attendees. Using the GXP OnScene technology, security personnel were able to map out perimeters, define helicopter landing zones, and develop CRGs for each of the buildings in order to better prepare for a potential situation. In addition, on-site personnel were tracked in real-time on the big screen at Mission Command.

This unique combination of blue force tracking, along with a common operating picture for crisis response, effectively addresses a previously unmet need in the emergency planning and response industry.

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