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AAAE Selects RGi’s Falcon Product to its Inaugural MarketMatch Program

The American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) selected RGi’s Falcon product to participate in its inaugural Airport Innovation Accelerator Market Match program. Created by AAAE in 2015, the Airport Innovation Accelerator’s goal is to bring better solutions to the airport community more quickly through community, mentoring and services.

Falcon is a cost effective mobile and web-based solution providing highly accurate once-a-second tracking of up to 2,000 powered and non-powered ground service equipment (GSE) across the entire airport operating area (AOA).  When deployed, the Falcon system:

  • Displays the location of all moving assets on the AOA for both system users and vehicle operators for total situational awareness
  • Provides real-time geofence alerts and metrics for system users and operators to manage by exception
  • Conducts post analysis and historical replay of movements of all equipped GSE for rapid and complete forensic analysis.
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RGi’s Elstad receives DCGS-A Town Hall Award

RGi’s Rebekah Elstad was recognized for volunteering her time as a leading member of Crew 4, of the Sterling Volunteer Rescue Squad, an all-volunteer Emergency Medical Services company, responding to 911 calls for the Sterling, VA area. She was one of three personnel from the Project Office that were recognized for their outstanding Volunteer work in the community at the Top of the Bay at the APG Garrison Volunteer of the Year Awards Ceremony.

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RGi Awarded AGE Node Follow-on Contract

RGi was awarded a one-year follow-on contract as a subcontractor to provide support to the Army Geospatial Enterprise (AGE) under the Geospatial Research, Integration, Development and Support (GRIDS II) IDIQ contract.

RGi’s primary objective within this support task is to provide software development and integration expertise to the AGE Node team in support of their mission to provide research, development, test and evaluation of the AGE Node architecture and environment. This applies to related technology for collecting, managing, sharing, exploiting and transforming geospatial products and information across and within Computing Environments (CE).