Representatives from xG Technology met with city officials and members of police and fire departments from across York County, South Carolina to demonstrate how xMax can support emergency management professionals during extreme weather and other disaster situations. The event was held in The City of Tega Cay on August 15, 2014 and was extensively covered by local media. From the article:
Tega Cay City Manager Charlie Funderburk questioned whether the device would work with the peninsula city’s varying topography and whether it was a tool that could be used on a daily basis outside of emergency situations.
Mike Johnson, senior product manager at xG Technology, said the technology would work at Tega Cay’s high and low points as long as they are within the range of an xMax access point. Johnson also said the technology would mean never competing with consumers and would allow for more data capability regularly if a city decided to use the system outside of an emergency situation.
You can read the complete article at The Fort Mill Times.