The Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense (JPEO-CBD) will host an Industry Day in September regarding candidate technologies for the Joint CBRNE Advanced Capability Sets (JCACS) Advanced Technology Demonstration (ATD).
The event will be held Sep. 23, 2015 at Aberdeen Proving Ground (Edgewood Area), Maryland.
The objective of the JCACS ATD is to provide the U.S. military with an enhanced and integrated CBRNE capability to execute mission command and conduct operations to counter the range of complex CBRNE threats.
The ATD will select, integrate, and demonstrate mature technologies based on their ability to address identified focus areas including:
- Personal and environmental dosimeters
- CBRN detectors and identifiers
- Respiratory, ocular, and percutaneous protection
- Physiological monitoring and reporting
- Reduction of thermal burden in protective gear
- Pre-exposure mitigation
- Decontamination assurance
- Explosive ordnance disposal
- Aerial vehicles
- Threat sampling
- Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS)
- Multi-echelon integrated communication
- Integrated CBRNE C2 systems
- Integration of communications and personal protective equipment
- Sensor integration
- Decision management and analysis
During the Industry Day, JPEO-CBD will present information and answer questions on the JCACS ATD Request for Information (RFI). For those individuals unable to attend the briefing, the presented material will also be available online.
Registration is limited to two individuals per company. Registrations will be accepted on a first come, first served basis until capacity is reached. Companies interested in one-on-one sessions with the JPEO-CBD to discuss their potential candidate solutions need to both register and provide a white paper.
Further details are available via Solicitation Number: W911SR-15-JCACS-ATD.