The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) is working with CNC Technologies, a Californian aviation technology and wireless communications company serving the law enforcement, military and government markets, to retrofit TBI's Pilatus PC-12 with latest generation downlink technology, microwave and cellular. CNC Technologies' system architecture will allow TBI's aircraft and any other local, state and/or federal aircraft to transmit data and high definition imagery to ground assets such as mobile devices and command centres, via CNC.live from anywhere in the entire state of Tennessee, TBI's bespoke airborne law enforcement network will result in seamless information sharing with complete interoperability amongst Tennessee's law enforcement agencies.
“We are grateful to be working with TBI; the entire team at TBI is laser focused on deploying this network, and we are honoured to have been chosen to help it,” says Alex Giuffrida, founding partner at CNC Technologies, “CNC.Live is the industry's most advanced airborne intelligence solution for centralising multiple video and data streams and delivering it to the people who need it most, providing actionable, real-time intelligence to officers on the ground.”
The solution leverages CNC's deep expertise developing state-of-the-art airborne law enforcement and intelligence systems for local, state and federal agencies and is backed by the company's 24/7/365 service, support and training.
In other news, the Washington Department of Natural Resources has awarded CNC a comprehensive, multiyear contract to upgrade the state's Kodiak aircraft and develop a real-time high definition and actionable data transmission network for its many missions including firefighting.
“CNC Technologies offered a comprehensive solution interoperable with our law enforcement and fire department's aerial and ground assets. CNC's reputation and unwavering service to its clients were a driving force behind our decision,” explains Rich Knoth, chief pilot, WA DNR.