CWID is the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff annual event providing the U.S. Combatant Commands and the international community a field exercise to trial and investigate new and emerging technologies which can be moved into operational use within 6-12 months following the exercise execution period.
The CWID Final Assessment Report identifies Mobile Detect as providing “Top Performing Technical Solution” at CWID 2006. Mobile Detect is the only Canadian company to receive this distinction. The report clearly indicates the success of Mobile Detect’s trial (IT1.34 MobRadNet - Mobile/Static Real-Time Radiological Surveillance Network), and concludes that the technology is needed, and is ready for adoption and deployment.
Mobile Detect's technology was exercised in a number of scenarios over a 2 week period. These real and simulated exercises allowed US NorthCom, National Guard, Navy, Coast Guard and Canadian Forces members to test and assess the functionality, usefulness, interoperability and usability of the technology.