Cohort 2 Experience Day

Please join us.

The future of public safety technology will be powered by 5G networks. From critical communications, to situational awareness, to virtual reality, to drones; 5G will enable life saving capabilities that will empower the first responders who protect our communities. Verizon and ResponderXLabs created the 5G First Responder Lab program, a year-long accelerator featuring three cohorts of startups, to enable emerging technologies with impact for first responders on 5G.

Come experience this invitation-only showcase of Cohort 2 of the program, with some of the first solutions in the world to test and optimize on a 5G network.

We are excited to invite you to experience the power of this technology in person in downtown Washington, D.C.

  • Event Details

    Location

    5G Lab DC
    2055 L St NW
    Washington, D.C. 20036

    Date (New Date)

    Wednesday, October 16th

    Time

    3 - 6 pm ET

    Showcase Participants

    • Asylon
      Asylon designs, engineers, and manufactures the world's most powerful fully autonomous persistent aerial assets.

       

       

    • DroneSense
      Dronesense is a comprehensive solution that empowers public safety organizations to build, manage, and scale drone programs.

    • NSENA
      NSENA creates virtual reality training content for corrections and law enforcement on a subscription basis.

    • Two Six Labs
      SIGMA by Two Six Labs, is a DARPA developed advanced radiological detection
      system that provides data collection, storage, analysis, and visualization for
      region-scale networks of personal, mobile and static radiation sensors.

    • Waycare
      Provides a fully immersive and interactive, 360°, 3D virtual training space for first
      responders.

       

    During the event, Verizon will provide modest refreshments (coffee, water and cookies). The value of the refreshments is estimated at no more than $10.00 per person.  We wanted to provide you this information as we understand that government employees may be required to consult with their agencies’ ethics offices prior to an event to confirm that their participation is not barred by the existence of any pending solicitations, conflict of interests (actual or perceived) or other concerns identified under the applicable ethics rules.

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