A new way to track and protect law enforcement officers and first responders utilizing new Satellite technology.
During active law enforcement operations a need was identified for the development of a device that would enable air and ground crews to differentiate the identity of multiple thermal signatures, this need is especially critical during high-risk operations when lives are at risk.
This piece of technology significantly mitigates the risk of blue-on-blue uses of force by allowing air and ground command to differentiate between friendly signatures and those that pose a risk.
SHEPHERD was designed to address gaps left by current systems such as ATAC, and some AVL systems, which rely on cellular networks to ensure functionality.
SHEPHERD was created to provide critical information for law enforcement, state and federal agencies, and military personnel during single agency and joint agency missions.
SHEPHERD's superiority lies in its use of satellite technology to provide real-time mission data to air support, central command, and individual team members, all at the same time.
The device also creates its own mesh network allowing for more secure communications and less loss of information as well as continuous agent tracking.
SHEPHERD uses system translators in order to work with other system protocols providing greater accuracy while using current systems.