Intelligence-Sec aims to provide the security industry with timely and well thought out conferences and exhibitions in key markets across the globe. With well researched event topics this is an opportunity to attended targeted niche events which will directly increase your knowledge, business opportunities and understanding in the market place. With senior public sector presenters each conference will provide a great insight into the challenges regional governments face in the event topic.
All our events are thoroughly researched to provide you with the highest level of industry experts in one place, in a city where the event topic is distinguished. Intelligence-Sec endeavours to provide attendees with an international view on the specific topic which allows for good analysis and discussions during the event.
Our main priority is to make sure you receive the most out of one of our events and that you leave for your respective countries more than satisfied with the knowledge and networking achieved.
CBRNe Summit USA 2022, Denver, Colorado, USA
5 October 2022 - 7 October 2022
CBRNe Summit USA 2022
Denver, Colorado, USA
5 – 7 October 2022
Our 2nd annual CBRNe Summit USA will be coming to Denver, CO on the 5th – 7th October 2022. This event brings together leading officials from the military, civil and scientific agencies to provide you will a full perspective on all CBRNe threats and challenges.
Over the 2-day conference and exhibition you will hear different perspectives on CBRNe preparedness, resilience and response. With the world entering a new chapter with the global COVID pandemic behind us many governments are now seeing the importance to improve CBRNe capabilities to deal with a future pandemic.
CBRNe Summit USA will also focus on Colorado State CBRNe response capabilities and analyse the challenges they face across the State; Chem-Bio countermeasures and emergency response procedures and agency collaboration; First responder techniques and training to allow inter-agency response to CBRNe incidents; International CBRNe threats and response techniques and Military CBRNe capabilities and development.
To take part in our inaugural CBRNe Summit USA conference and exhibition as either a speaker, sponsor, exhibitor or delegate please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at +44 7792 47 32 46.
Observatory on Security and CBRNe Defence (OSDIFE)
The Observatory on Security and CBRNe Defence – Osdife is a national and international reference for researchers and specialists on these fields and, for that, it contributes to experience enhancement, development and sharing by means of study, analysis, research, education, training, workshops, symposium and publications, also involving public and private institutions, agencies, organizations, associations, companies and individuals, in order to promote and encourage the development and adoption of appropriate strategies and initiatives for risks reduction and mitigation, to ensure citizens security and safety and to guarantee the integrity, defence and protection of public and private assets, territory, infrastructure and cultural heritage also in the field of CBRNe Risk and WMD Proliferation.
The University of Rome
The Department of Electronic Engineering (DIE) of University of Rome “Tor Vergata” was founded in 1983 and now counts about 150 people, including faculty, staff, and cooperating personnel.In terms of traditional scientific areas, the department’s expertise lies in the disciplines of control theory, electronics, electrical engineering, measurements, opto-electronics, telecommunications but also safety, security, defence and intelligence However, today research is typically carried out with multi-disciplinary approaches, dealing with specific application scenarios and systems. In this since the beginning, many of the DIE teachings and research activities have had the aim to develop, deepen and promote national and international scientific and technical education, studies and researches in the field of Territorial Protection, Safety, Security and Intelligence. In particular the Research Area “Security and Defence” offers expertise in the following sectors: Homeland Security, Military Defence, Civil Defence, Civil Protection, CBRNe Risk and WMD Counterproliferation.
University of Republic of San Marino
The “Center for Security Training and Education” (CUFS) of state University of Republic of San Marino is born in 2010 moving from an approach centered on scientific research and training to an approach oriented to the application of the discipline and to the solving of problems connected to the security area.
Starting from this first phase, the CUFS, thanks to the several professionals and skills which have been improved through years, today is an international Center of Excellence for analysis, dissemination, innovation and growing of sciences in the field of security, defence, intelligence and territorial risk. This achievement has been also possible thanks to the activities of design, development and promotion of studies, research, dissemination, networking, education and training,. These activities have the objective to address and support the know-how’s growth and innovation in methodologies and technologies of public and private Institutes and Organizations operating in the area of Security Defence & Intelligence. Moreover, the very same activities are applied also to specialists, technicians, experts, professionals and researchers such as to everyone who is interested in these issues.
For these reasons, the CUFS’ commitment is providing a comprehensive and integrated vision of security trough definition of strategic scenarios and assessment of methodologies, resources and techniques about systems and solutions.
Moreover the CUFS is committed, in both a theory and practice, in training and dissemination activities through conferences, workshops, seminars and post-graduate courses. This activities aim to create a system based on knowledge, skills and professionals able to move in the new scenarios and to answer to the new challenges connected with the new risks.
By this way it would be possible to define issues concerning each sector and to link them to risks, strategies and protection for every risk profile, providing also tasks and technological tools which should be used in each area.
- Ian Watson, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Chemical and Biological Defense Programs, U.S. Department of Defense
- Dr. Eric Moore, Director, U.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center
- Donald Alway, Assistant Director, Weapons of Mass Destruction Directorate, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
- Colonel Sean Crockett, Commandant and Chief of Chemical, U.S. Army CBRN School
- Michael Collins, Deputy to the Commander, U.S. Joint Task Force Civil Support
- Steve Simon, Battalion Chief, Phoenix Fire Department
- Captain Gregory Stewart, Commanding Officer, Emergency Service Unit’s WMD/HAZMAT Group, New York Police Department
- Phil Ambrose, Battalion Chief, Hazmat Specialist, Glendale CA Fire Department
- Jose Antonio Zea Aguero, Director-General, Chemical Information Center (CINQUI), Peru
- Daniel Murray, Chief, HazMat Operations, New York Fire Department
- Colonel Matthew Clark, Joint Project Manager for CBRN Medical, Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense (JPEO-CBRND)
Captain Samantha Keuma, Deputy Commander, Colorado CBRNE Enhanced Response Force Package (CERFP), U.S. Army
- Michael Phillips, President, Environics USA
- Dr. Mike Stebbins, Executive Director, Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction (CWMD) Consortium
- Richard Schoske, Chief, Diagnostics and Detection, Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA)
- Bill Branch, Senior Director, State and Federal Government Affairs, Amneal Pharmaceuticals
- Captain Mike Pylar, Special Operations, Denver Fire Department
- Ryan Putman, Deputy State Fire Marshal, Utah Department of Public Safety
- Bryan Sommers, Business Development Manager – North America, Argon Electronics
- Scott Lancaster, Deputy State Fire Marshal, Hazardous Materials and WMD, Washington State Patrol
- Jon Hall, Director, Resilience Advisors Network
- Captain Bobby Baker (Ret), Former Special Operations Hazardous Materials Specialist, Dallas Fire Rescue
- Anisha Borthakur, Training and Exercise Specialist, Office of Emergency Management, Denver
Sponsors and Exhibitors
Amneal Pharmaceuticals is a US-based developer, manufacturer, and distributor of generic and specialty branded pharmaceuticals. Amneal offers a diverse portfolio of 250+ generic products, including injectables and biosimilars. Its Specialty segment focuses primarily CNS and endocrine disorders. Through AvKARE, Amneal distributes products for the U.S. government, retail, and institutional markets
Created to enable you and your CBRN / HazMat response teams to ensure their incident response capability is optimised and in a state of verifiable readiness. Our powerful CBRN / HazMat training systems are in use by Military, Government and industrial organisations worldwide including France, UK, USA, Canada, Germany, Sweden, India and Australia. Visit our exhibition booth to see for yourself how our simulation systems can enhance your organisation’s operational readiness in a cost effective, safe, environmentally friendly and engaging manner and arrange a free no obligation trial.
The Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction (CWMD) Consortium is the Nation’s preeminent public-private partnership for prototyping new technologies related to counter-WMD needs. CWMD provides opportunities for member organizations to pursue teaming and partnerships with other CWMD members, collaboration with Government requirement owners, and Prototype Awards worth millions of dollars with potential for follow-on production awards. We are actively seeking new members.
Environics has over 30 years of experience in improving CBRN safety around the world with its in-house technologies and portable and fixed monitoring solutions. Different organizations in over 50 countries, from civil defence and homeland security to the military, have already selected Environics as their partner in CBRN threat detection.
Noble and our subsidiaries, TSSi and Federal Resources, are global providers of supply chain management, logistics, mission support, and technology/e-commerce solutions for the U.S. military, federal, state, and local governments. Our footprint includes operation centers, distribution centers, and consolidation points positioned to expedite delivery and enhance product availability. In addition to distributing 13,000 manufacturer brands, Noble offers specialized technical equipment and training services for our customers in the Aerospace, C5ISR, CBRNe, EOD, Expeditionary, Fire and Emergency Services, Maritime, Medical, MRO, and Tactical markets. Noble reduces the cost of readiness while maintaining the ability to rapidly respond to today’s challenges.
H3D offers the world’s highest-performance gamma-ray spectrometers and imaging spectrometers. From storage to measurement in less than two minutes, we guarantee 1.1% FWHM energy resolution at 662 keV in a portable package. The H series gamma-ray imaging spectrometers are used for applications in CBRNE and emergency response around the world as well as for applications in nuclear power industries, safeguards and waste management. The A400 series RIIDs are the new state-of-the-art technology for portable isotope identification in a ruggedized package. H3D also has the capability of developing custom solutions for your spectroscopy or imaging needs.
INFICON is a leading global manufacturer that designs, manufactures and supports field-portable and stationary detection instrumentation for on-site assessment, characterization and monitoring of Chemical Warfare Agents (CWA), Toxic Industrial Chemicals (TICs) and Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) in air, soil or water.
Joint Task Force Civil Support
JTF-CS conducts CBRN response and all-hazards DSCA operations in support of the lead federal agency in order to save lives, mitigate human suffering, and prevent further injury.
JTF-CS is a flexible, agile, adaptive, responsive, and professional Joint Force. It possesses professional personnel across all services which will respond in time of need with a Joint Force with operational technical expertise, training and equipment to respond to multiple contingencies in support of Homeland Defense and Civil Support operations. The JTF is educated, considerate, and diverse with equality considerations in all operations.
ORTEC manufactures the highly successful Detective line of HPGe hand-held Radiation Identifiers (RIIDs) installed in over 60 countries. ORTEC recently launched the Detective X, a smaller, lighter, and more efficient Detective. Also, ORTEC has teamed with innoRIID to develop and market the RADEAGLE family of scintillation based RIIDs. With significant advancements in detector design and algorithms, the RadEAGLE and the new Rugged RadEAGLET bring a new level of performance to lightweight hand-held RIIDs.
Proengin develops & manufactures biological and chemical threat detection systems using a unique AP4C technology. We are proud to support both all civilians teams and military forces on their life critical missions on daily basis.
Over the years, we have developed a full range of solutions from our notoriously famous & unique handheld chemical threat detector “AP4C” (able to measure in real time to extreme low sensitivity levels CWAs, TICS& TIMS and NTAs) all the way to more complex fully integrated solutions for Armoured vehicles, Naval, critical infrastructure and Drones applications.
To know more, please visit us www.proengin.com
SEC Technologies focuses on Stand-off detection and identification of airborne chemicals. Small concentrations, far distances in kilometers and precision matched only by point detectors will give you an unparalleled advantage. With our flagship product, Falcon 4G, you can simply visualize cloud in 3D image without necessity to have two detectors aligned for triangulation. With consumption bellow 25W it becomes reliable partner working tirelessly for the whole day on the battery. Very important as Falcon 4G will be the only stand-off detector that will see the secondary cloud. Long time after it became invisible for all passive systems due to lost of its temperature difference in the environment. Based on pulsed – low energy lasers Falcon 4G is undetectable on the battlefield.
Serstech is based in Sweden and has both development and production in Sweden. Serstech’s values are very Swedish – open, trustworthy, honest and with a clear focus on quality and design. We are an agile company and quickly adapts to the needs of our customers and partners. Commitment to quality and long-term value. Serstech does not charge its partners or customers for updates of libraries or firmware, which means that all products continuously evolve, adding more and more value throughout their lifecycles. We do this since we want to make sure our customers have the latest substance libraries, the most features and the highest quality. Without compromise. At Serstech we understand that Hazardous materials often pose a very real threat to first responders, who quickly and safely need to understand if it is safe to proceed and what kind of personal protection equipment is needed. Health and safety of the specialists and other personnel is hard to achieve without knowing more about the nature of the chemical threats during stressful situations. Serstech provides Raman instruments that are small and light and easily fit in a pocket or a small bag. Serstech 100 Indicator and Serstech Arx start up quickly and can identify an unknown substance in a matter of seconds. www.serstech.com