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By Joe Cogliano, AFRL Small Business Directorate, and Mindy Cooper, Air Force Technology Transfer Program / Published December 09, 2016   WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – Behind the scenes at a training exercise several years ago, researchers from the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) asked air combat commanders to outline their biggest challenges.   By far, commanders expressed the most concern over confusion caused by large amounts of radio traffic....

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  By Barrie Barber Staff Writer The city of Fairborn will be the first municipality in the nation to test Air Force Research Laboratory-developed technology to separate radio chatter that tends to get jumbled in emergency situations, officials say.   GlobalFlyte, a self-described transformative technology firm, developed the integrated management system from both Air Force research and the commercial market to use communications, and also mapping and smart phone technology...

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Fairborn, Ohio – GlobalFlyte, a Dayton, Ohio based company whose mission is to provide unparalleled service to first responders through innovative technology solutions has partnered with the City of Fairborn to install its communication, mapping and smart phone technologies in the City’s Dispatch Center.   “The City of Fairborn is a City in Motion and we consistently seek innovative and strategic technology partners that can help us...

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GlobalFlyte joins the IJIS Institute as a Corporate Member to provide innovative technology solutions for local government officials responsible for safeguarding our communities     “We are pleased that GlobalFlyte has become our newest Corporate Member,” said, Ashwini Jarral, Executive Director of the IJIS Institute.  “We welcome the team from Globalflyte and look forward to their support of IJIS’ mission of advancing information sharing, providing innovative solutions and...

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GlobalFlyte was recently demonstrated, to multiple agencies, during the monthly meeting of the Montgomery County, Ohio Fire/EMS Alliance. The Alliance recognizes and respects the local identity and control of member departments while striving toward a vision of high quality, cost effective Fire and EMS services throughout the Miami Valley.  GlobalFlyte is excited to offer its suite of technologies to enhance situational awareness to agencies throughout...

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In late September, GlobalFlyte President, Tim Shaw and Chief Executive Officer, Roger Mann were invited to Texas A&M University as finalists for a Department of Defense (DoD) Domestic Preparedness Support Initiative and Defense to Response Technology Grant Program. This program selects technologies, to showcase and to fund, that enhance public safety and homeland security.  Twelve companies, from all over the world, were selected to participate...

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GlobalFlyte President and COO, Tim Shaw participted in the United States Air Force Research Laboratory's "Tech Warrior" Exercise on September 26th at Wright State University's Calamityville. This exercise drew about 20 different companies from around the nation to test new technologies to serve in the battlefield and to assist first responders. GlobalFlyte was very pleased to be part of this exercise and to share our...

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After retiring from the Navy in 1993, my first GIS-related position was with the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC). I was tasked with building the agency’s GIS and promoting GIS within the 10 member counties. Some of our counties were excited about building their own GIS capability. But some were timid if not hostile toward the new technology because of horror stories heard from a few early...

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