For agencies that need a coordinated response to large scale disasters that complies with the National Incident Management System (NIMS), C-AT has developed the ICRI-4TG/10P, a 10-port interoperability device that creates up to four (4) independent talk groups, enabling first responders to collaborate on-scene, and reach back to command despite using incompatible radio equipment. The ICRI-4TG, like all "Incident Commanders' Radio InterfaceTM" models, is intuitive and simple to use, functioning without the complexity of computer controllers or keypads. Provides ports to connect up to 10 radios for HF/VHF, UHF, 700-900MHz; satellite, cell and desk telephone; handset/headset and VoIP. The ICRI minimizes power consumption, and permits operation over a wide range of voltages. Can be configured as 2U or 3U 19" rack-mount, or built into a PelicanTM 1550 case. Ports can be located on front and back.
When ANG RC26 aircraft fly in support of drug interdiction activities, they are equipped with the C-AT ICRI portable radio bridge/gateway. The ICRI provides seamless interoperability between the radios used by the LEO and the ANG crew. The ICRI model selected by the ANG is the ICRI-2TG/5P.