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INTEROP-7000 Suite

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Raytheon Company demonstrated the integration of commercial smartphones and tablets with the INTEROP-7000 Suite at APCO International 2013. Developed using open standards, INTEROP-7000 enables police, fire and rescue professionals to use commercial smartphones and tablets integrated with existing communications equipment, such as land mobile radios.

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VIRTSIM Motion-Capture Training Software

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VIRTSIM employs licensed motion-capture technology similar to that used in movies such as "Lord of the Rings," "Avatar" and, most recently, "The Avengers." It is being offered to the law enforcement community as an affordable, 21st century alternative to outdated training practices that do little to replicate real-life situations.

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4G LTE and P25 System Link

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Raytheon Company developed a server-based system that links 4G LTE and P25 systems over the same network. This ensures that public safety officials can all stay connected when they need it most, whether a firefighter using a legacy FM handheld, an EMS technician with a P25 radio or a police officer with an LTE-linked mobile data computer in a squad car.

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One Force Tracker iPhone application

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Raytheon Company unveiled the first of a series of mission software applications specifically designed for Apple's iPhone and iPod touch. Raytheon has developed intuitive situational awareness applications to leverage Apple's rapidly growing mobile content and technologies, such as a compass, global positioning system, accelerometer, 3G networks, Wi-Fi and a multitouch screen. Raytheon has also designed other innovations for the device, including disruptive-tolerant networking, content-centric networking and augmented reality, incorporating security guards for tactical operations.

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Interoperable communications system

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Raytheon is providing an interoperable communications system that incorporates both hardware (much of it COTS) and software that addresses the need of first responders from different groups to be able to communicate with each other in the event of a crisis or disaster. And the demonstration unit is a "real live" interactive demo where first responders can bring their radios and test out the interoperable system first hand. There have been alot of promises of interoperability, and Raytheon wanted to be able to provide the "hands on" proof of an interoperable communications system to the law enforcement community nationwide.

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Situational awareness iPhone applications

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Raytheon Unveils Applications for the Apple iPhone

Secure applications designed for government environments where access to real-time information is essential

DALLAS, Dec. 17, 2009 /PRNewswire/ -- Raytheon Company (NYSE: RTN) has unveiled the first of a series of mission software applications specifically designed for Apple's® iPhoneTM and iPod touchTM.

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P25 Network Management Software

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Raytheon Co.'s P25 Network Management Software (NMS) enables first responders to monitor their P25net digital land mobile radio network for optimal system performance. The software, incorporated into the company's P25net, will immediately notify radio system managers of network component failures, allowing them to quickly locate the source of system outages and dispatch key personnel to restore service.

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Eagle-300 sensor

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The Eagle-300 sensor, from Raytheon Company, enhances global border security and critical infrastructure protection capabilities. With the Eagle-300, users have up to the full 360-degree view continuously, a feature that helps accelerate user capability to detect, classify and respond to threats. The Eagle-300 also facilitates predictive techniques that enable forces to stop an attack before it starts. As part of a network operational center, it uses forensic techniques that enable forces to rewind an event, similar to a digital video recorder, and assist in an investigation.The sensor can be produced in 90-degree, 180-degree, 270-degree or 360-degree increments. Eagle-300 can be integrated to augment existing systems as part of a higher level operational architecture, or used as a stand alone sensor.

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