Northrop Grumman highlights defense solutions at London counterterror expo
The Counter Terror Expo, an exhibition dedicated to addressing the continuing threat from international terrorism, took place on April 28-29 in Olympia's Grand Hall. Northrop Grumman's exhibit demonstrated its unmanned group vehicles, technologies for countering improvised explosive devices and its remote bomb disposal operations.
"Our advanced technology and integration capabilities in unmanned ground vehicles, and communication and information management systems put Northrop Grumman at the forefront of solution providers for customers in the U.K. and around the world," Danny Milligan, the managing director of Northrop Grumman's information systems sector in Europe, said. "We look forward to demonstrating these, not only to our U.K. customers but also to the many international delegations visiting Counter Terror Expo."
Northrop Grumman also displayed its Integrated Tactical Rapid Assessment of CBRN Environments (I-TRACE) system. I-TRACE is a man-portable system that monitors CBRN incidents, collects data and facilitates decision support and information sharing among emergency response organizations.
Other Northrop Grumman products exhibited at the Counter Terror Expo included its Multi-intelligence Domain Awareness System, a decision support system, and CommandPoint, a command and control system for emergency service dispatching.
Northrop Grumman provides security systems, products and solutions to government and commercial customers around the world.