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Off-the-Shelf or Mission-Driven: Finding the Best Mobile Operations Center for Your Team

Stock or custom? You're used to making this choice with household items, personal vehicles, and more. But what about your organization's major mobile ops purchase?To make such a decision, your team must fully understand the options and what's truly possible.Why would I buy off-the-shelf?For many customers, the desire to take a stock approach stems from [...]

October 15, 2020|Insights, Nomad Solutions|

New Versus Renew: Should you retrofit or start fresh?

Investing in a solution for mobile operations was likely one of the most important (and hopefully best) decisions your organization has ever made. But that was years ago and now you're wondering if it's time for an update or a wholesale change. Sound familiar? Communities across the country face this same dilemma. Is it [...]

October 2, 2020|Insights, Procurement|

Ahead of the Wave: Preparing for Disaster Double-Hits

Even in a "typical" year, well-understood, seasonal threats present incredible challenges to governments, responding agencies, and citizens. 2020 has been anything but ordinary, and adding a public health crisis to the mix makes disaster scenarios exponentially more complex.  The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) predicts 2020 will be an above average hurricane season. [...]

June 8, 2020|Insights, Nomad Solutions, Public Health|

3 Success Strategies for Long Deployments

Extended deployments happen, especially in times of elevated need. When you find yourself in the field longer than planned, you'll appreciate having prepared ahead of time. Assets will need less attention and teams will be more comfortable, efficient, and effective. You may even find that you're a resource for other agencies and organizations who [...]

May 6, 2020|Insights, Nomad Solutions, Public Health|

Think Small: A Right-Sized Response Platform

In a widespread public health disaster, communication networks, equipment, and personnel will be overextended, perhaps even failing.  Global pandemics like SARS, H1N1, and COVID-19 can't be whacked into submission with a big hammer. An effective response demands that powerful solutions be dispersed tactically, starting where the urgency is greatest. The strategies we choose to [...]

April 5, 2020|Events, Insights, Nomad Solutions|

10 Applications for Mobile Ops in a Public Health Crisis

The world looks different than it did a month ago. Tomorrow, it will look different again. In spite of the unknowns and minute-by-minute changes of COVID-19, one thing remains constant... We have limitless opportunities to serve one another with care, compassion, and just the right amount of urgency. Here are a few ways you [...]

March 29, 2020|Events, Insights, Nomad Solutions|

The Automotive Segment You Should Keep an Eye On

The SEMA Show is overindulgent, overdone, and completely over-the-top... An overt play to the overactive minds of automotive dreamers. So why should we — those of us entrusted with public safety, operational resiliency, and always-on connectivity — have paid any attention to these four days of four-wheeled fantasy in Sin City? One word... Overlanding [...]

March 5, 2020|Events, Insights|

Inside the Nomad TCV: The Best-Connected, Most Rugged Mobile Ops Platform

Traditional command vehicles aren’t always equipped to meet the challenges of tough environments and fall short due to disparate components, sluggish deployment, and the need for specially-trained operators. The Nomad team addressed those problems head-on in developing the Nomad Tactical Command Vehicle (TCV) which is the best-connected, most capable mobile operations platform in the [...]

February 20, 2020|Nomad Solutions|

Inside the Nomad IUV: The Key to Keeping the Lights On

The Nomad Intelligent Utility Vehicle (IUV) platform allows utility crews to get more work done with a much higher degree of safety. Much like our TCVs and other mobile solutions, IUV is a completely customizable platform for managing utility field operations of all kinds.  What Makes the IUV Different than other Utility Vehicles? The [...]

February 13, 2020|Nomad Solutions|

Large Fries in the Skies: Toward Urban Air Mobility

The Administrator of NASA recently ordered a McRib in San Diego. Not noteworthy, except for the fact that the iconic sandwich was transported by drone. Administrator Jim Bridenstine told this story at October's Commercial UAV Expo in Las Vegas, painting a picture of cities in the not-too-distant future where hundreds of unmanned aircraft are [...]

February 10, 2020|Events, Insights|
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