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SAIC, Riptide, and Raveon Have Been Selected to Field the Land Navigation Training System at Ft. Bragg

March 22, 2012

The United States Special Operations Command (Special Forces) has announced that SAIC, Riptide, and Raveon have been selected to field the land navigation training system for special forces.

Orlando, FL (PRWEB) March 21, 2012

The United States Special Operations Command (Special Forces) has announced that SAIC, Riptide, and Raveon have been selected to field the land navigation training system for special forces. This system will ensure soldier safety while they perform night and day operations. Riptide’s EXCON software will track the soldiers, provide automated alerts when soldiers ingress/egress geographical boundaries, and allow emergency response personnel to locate and assist soldiers in distress. This system combines exercise command and control and after action review capabilities with the Raveon radio and SAIC´s communication infrastructure and integration.

This opportunity came from their work on the HITS contract that created a very low cost, easy to use system for the Army. The proposal effort included two demonstrations that proved the system was easy to set up, easy to operate, and provided Special Operations with everything they needed to conduct a land navigation exercise successfully.

Media Contact:

Technology Resources and Riptide´s CEO, Philip Loeffel is available for interview. Please contact Kristina Wood for more information, 1-800-RIPTIDE or 321-296-7724

About Riptide Software, Inc.:

Riptide Software, Inc. is an award winning software company founded in 1995 with a broad range of cloud computing product and professional service offerings. Winner of the Military Training Technology top 100 award, a silver medalist in the Horizon Interactive awards, and a leading CRM integrator Riptide combines innovative software architectures with cloud computing infrastructure to deliver high volume systems at low cost.

Visit http://www.RiptideSoftware.com

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