First Responder Focused


Developed by the Army Research Lab

LR-x is paradigm shifting technology in tracking toxic chemical release incidents and wildfire safety mitigation originally developed by the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) at White Sands, New Mexico.

Near Real Time

The LR-x system maps wind field and toxic plumes in near real time utilizing up-to-date 3d models to ensure proper safe zones are established and to assist in proper mitigation of the threat. It also tracks dangerous wildfire smoke and assists in focusing wild fire suppression efforts.

Terrain Sensitive

LR-x’s unique technology can also reveal eddy currents which concentrate toxic plumes around buildings and structures providing the safest ingress & egress locations during a hazardous chemical release.



  • Western Regional Office (Headquarters)
    3529 Gabel Road
    Billings, MT 59102
    (855) 524-7234

  • Mid-Western Regional Office
    4201 38th St. S
    Suite 208
    Fargo, ND 58104
    (701) 212-4795, ext. 310