TCI Featured at The Safariland Group SHOT Booth

MaritimeEquipment.com
Monday, January 13, 2014

Tactical Command Industries, (TCI), is debuting among The Safariland Group’s family of brands at the 2014 Shooting, Hunting, Outdoor Trade Show and Conference (SHOT Show) from January 14-17 in Las Vegas. TCI is an established communications integration business focused on tactical communications systems, including customized and commercial off-the-shelf headsets and audio solutions, and recently joined The Safariland Group in 2013.  Tactical communication experts will be on hand to discuss TCI products at booth #12762.



“Our tactical communication products are a great addition to The Safariland Group’s tactical product offerings,” said Don Medine, President of TCI.  “The essence of TCI is our innate ability, through our own experience, to see things through our customers’ eyes to provide products that meet and exceed the need of our users.”



TCI offers a wide variety of premier tactical communication solutions for practically any tactical military, defense, security or law enforcement team worldwide. A few of these offerings are detailed below.  



Liberator II Tactical Headset Series – The Liberator II Series of tactical headsets provide an exceptional balance of communications and hearing protection. TCI combines patented Digital Threat Compression Technology (DTCT) to safely reduce hazardous noise while enhancing low-level sounds with Digital Situational Awareness Enhancement (DSAE), which simultaneously provides the user with 360° of ambient sound reproduction and unbelievable situational awareness. Liberator II headsets are compatible with most tactical helmets and can be easily customized to each operator’s preference.



Liberator III Tactical Headset Series – The Liberator III Series utilizes the exceptional performance capabilities of the Liberator II headset system, with the added capability of providing outstanding dual communication when using two or more radios. This streamlined dual communication headset integrates the two radios with a single headset cable and a single Push-to-Talk (PTT) enclosure with two color-coded PTT buttons to reduce the need for additional cables.
 


Modular Antenna System Tactical (M.A.S.T.) – The M.A.S.T. system was created to allow tactical operators to relocate and remote their radio antennas to improve line of sight (LOS) communications, reduce the potential for interference caused by certain types of radio antennas and decrease visual obstructions caused by radio antennas. This accessory is designed to attach to any modular webbing system and uses custom designed cables that are electronically matched to the specific frequency and impedance requirements of popular law enforcement and military tactical radios.



TABC III Tactical Bone Conduction Headset – The TABC III is a new TCI product which offers state of the art bone conduction technology. It also provides exceptional performance, comfort and durability in a small silhouette form for tactical teams seeking the TCI bone conduction technology. TCI’s proprietary sound reproduction system, Dynamic Audio Resonance System (DARS), provides pristine audio fidelity directly to the cochlea of the inner ear through the surface of the user’s face.
 


TCI’s products are in use in more than sixty countries and fielded by thousands of users during law enforcement, security and military missions around the world.  With skilled operators at the forefront of TCI’s product development programs, they are adept at both small custom integration projects as well as large defense procurement opportunities.

 

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