Kyocera International Inc., the provider of rugged mobile solutions, and Intrepid Networks, developers of situational-awareness software for Public Safety, collaborated to again provide the Arlington County Police Department (ACPD) with high-performance, military-grade devices to support security operations at the 42nd Annual Marine Corps Marathon, which was held in October, the company said.
This is the fifth year supporting the event for Intrepid Networks and the third year for Kyocera.
The Marine Corps Marathon, also known as “The Marathon of the Monuments,” is the fourth largest marathon in the United States, with approximately 30,000 runners this year and thousands of spectators.
To enhance situational awareness and communication, this year the ACPD deployed dozens of rugged, military-grade DuraForce PRO Androidâ¢ smartphones loaded with Intrepid Networks´ RESPONSEÂ® Mobile solution working in conjunction with its RESPONSEÂ® Tactical Suite.
Intrepid Networks (www.intrepid-networks.com) is a provider of mission-critical mobile software solutions designed specifically to provide real-time Situational Awareness for the tactical, intelligence and Public Safety community.
Kyocera International, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Kyocera Corporation and its Communications Equipment Group (CEG) is the headquarters for Kyocera wireless devices in the Americas. With a 58-year history of quality and innovation, Kyocera is the provider of durable and rugged mobile solutions.