In Motion Technology announced that the Lakewood, Colo., West Metro Fire Protection District (WMFPD) has deployed its onBoard Mobile Gateway, which creates a local area network in each first-responder vehicle. The system is installed in WMFPD’s entire fleet, which consists of 10 ambulances, 56 fire trucks and 7 command vehicles. The gateway lets emergency personnel access information wirelessly while they are in the station, in transit and at incident scenes, the company said.

The U.S. Army awarded Telos Corp. a new contract award worth as much as $497 million to provide services, hardware and software required to assist the army’s Biometrics Task Force in the development of an enterprise-wide biometrics infrastructure for the Department of Defense. The contract will run for a three-year base period with two one-year option periods, according to the company.

The New York City Fire Department selected IBM to build a system for collecting and sharing data in real-time that could prevent fires and protect firefighters and other first responders when a fire does occur, the company announced. The fire department’s new Coordinated Building Inspection and Data Analysis System will use predictive modeling and data analytics to anticipate fire exposures, analyze possible impacts and improve processes, the company said.

CDW Government outfitted 300 Ohio Department of Natural Resources’ land and water vehicles with Panasonic Toughbook CF-30 notebooks, enabling officers in four of ODNR’s divisions to access critical data in the field, the company announced.

PCTEL acquired Wi-Sys Communications, an Ottawa, Canada-based company that specializes in GPS antenna and receiver technology. The company will pay $2.1 million for Wi-Sys and will integrate operations into its existing Antenna Products Group.