Chemring Detection Systems (\"CDS\") a Chemring Group (\"Chemring\") company, announced a $49M contract award to supply biological detection systems to the US Army and US Navy. The award was made by the Edgewood Contracting Division of the Aberdeen...
The Convergence 2012 preconference workshop on CBRNE standards now has a full agenda with participation from ICRC, NATO, EDA, NIST, ANSI, CEA, Interpol and many others. It is THE event this year to attend to get a global overview on...
This month's issue of CBRNe World contains an article from the UK Centre for Defence Enterprise on calls for proposals for hazard management. Further details in the main article.
Name charge to more accurately reflect business strategy and strong momentum in the marketplace
JCADs protect US troops from chemical warfare agents and toxic industrial chemicals
MOD scientists are calling on the innovative ideas of UK industry and academia as they look to enhance improvised explosive device (IED) detector technology.
New technology uses sound waves to detect chemicals
Preparedness is the watchword for any professional who puts his or her life on the line to deal with chemical spills, accidents and other dangerous situations. While training is important, when a hazmat suit is the only thing standing between a first responder and harmful chemicals or gases,...
Partnership with Mirion gives full range of radiation detection technologies
By John Joyce, Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division Public Affairs. Full story here
Latest HazMatID model certified to strictest military standard for extreme climates
Current phase of study to collect data on airborne contaminant behavior began on July 29
\"Every unit is unique but, not to sound too Orwellian, our units are more unique than others!\"
The ARDIMS identifies areas of interest and takes radiological sensor readings for teams on the ground.
Second-Sight MS tested by the Johns Hopkins University in the Foreign Comparative Testing
The contract incorporates an existing interim contract which has been in operation since January 2012
UK Ministry of Defence CBRN has a possible future requirement for the supply of a Below Neck CBR Protective Clothing System for Aircrew. The full expression of interest details are listed in the main article.
Bruker's Novel PHOTON 100(TM) X-ray Detector for Crystallography Wins Prestigious R&D 100 Award
This three-day, non-credit short-course is designed to introduce participants to the challenges facing the world at the intersection of biodefense and public health. See main articlefor...
Smiths Detection and Optosecurity offer upgrades for airport x-ray scanners
FLIR Systems announced on June 22 the launch of the Viper man-portable applicator for the Agentase Disclosure Spray during a recent CBRNE conference...
BILLERICA, Mass., Jun 21, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Brukertoday announced the award of a contract for an additional...
UTILIS IBERICA awarded a first contract of CBRN Individual Protection Material by Spanish Armed Forces
As part of the surveillance for the European Nations Championship 2012, which will take place...
Generation-after-next chemical, biological and radiological hazard mitigation systems
A revolutionary gas detection, identification and imaging system to help improve safety in oil and gas environments
CBRNe World has joined forces with Cranfield University to provide independent lab and field testing of explosive detection systems.
Intelligent robotic fish that are capable of working together to detect and identify pollution in ports and other aquatic areas have been developed.
FLIR Systems Awarded US Army Contract Valued at Up to $38 Million to Support MEDEVAC Operations
Nanostructured sensor for the detection of very low concentrations of explosive
U.K. DfT Certifies MDI Itemiser DX Explosives Trace Detector for Air Cargo Screening
DHSs DNDO has released a special notice detailing a sole source procuremtn from Smiths Detection, Inc. in fiscal year (FY) 2012 at an estimated value of $3.35M. It has further noted an intention to procure on a competitive basis, a basic handheld radiation detection/identification system to...
ChemProDM module provides comprehensive CWA and TIC detection for vehicles, robots and OEMs
Andrew Johnston is pleased to see that the level of political understanding of CBRN incidents remains worryingly low…
The US has recently awarded 18 contracts for advanced chemical detection research as part of M3RD. An incredible sized programme given the suggestion at the APBTI that around 8 awards would be made. More information on the technologies and winners in the main article.
France: Requirement for high spec explosive analysis equipment
US: Vehicle X-Ray image processing
French explosive detection requirement and DHS Biowatch opportunity.
1. Nuclear, Biological & Chemical Sensor Processing Group (NBCSPG)Awarding Authority: Department of the Army, ACC-APG SCRT - Edgewood2. Common Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear (CBRN) Sensor Interface (CCSI) Compliant Radiation Detector (CCRD) Technical and Engineering Support...
CBRNe World's latest round up of procurement opportunities. 4 main opportunities.
SEMAR detains another shipment of methylamine in Lazaro Cardenas.
Buried improvised explosive devices (IED), person-borne IEDs and vehicle-borne IEDs are employed against U.S. or coalition forces anywhere in the world, but especially in Afghanistan. The manufacture and transport of homemade explosives (HME) and their precursor chemicals enables these IEDs....
A transportable reactor emergency monitoring system (TREMS) is required that should be configurable for use on both deployed berths and permanently installed operation on UK dockside facilities.
Smiths announce a new entry to the field GC-MS market with their Guardion product. Citing smaller size and weight than competitors its an interesting challenge to the...
Morpho announced their fourth TSA order for their Next-Gen Itemiser DC Explosive Trace Detection System. This was the fourth delivery order under an Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity order that they originally won for 1,200 Itemiser DX. The new award, worth $32 million, follows the...
Smiths Detection announced a contract to sell 550 LCD 3.3s to the Bundeswehr, a follow on order from their 2007 contract for 600 units, which also includes components for testing and other accessories.
Cassidian, the new name for European Defence giant EADS’ Defence and Security Division, announced that they have set up an Innovation Works to promote Security Research. They have also endowed a Chair of Detection Technology at Bonn-Rhine-Sieg University of Applied Science, and are interested...