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Events

October 25-26, 2011
SecureTech Tradeshow
October 20, 2011
House of Commons - 41st Parliament, 1st Session Standing Committee on International Trade
May 20-21, 2009
6th Annual "The Security Summit"
February 23-26, 2009

DHS S&T Stakeholders Conference West
February 25, 2009

Regional Intermodal Transportation Security Conference
October 6-8, 2008

APTA Annual Meeting & Expo
June 4-5, 2008

5th Annual "The Security Summit"
February 26-27, 2008

Partners in Security Trade Mission, Washington D.C.
January 14-17, 2008

DHS S&T Stakeholders Conference West
January 17, 2008

Regional Intermodal Transportation Security Conference
November 27, 2006

Showcase for Innovative
Security Technology
June 28-29, 2006

The Security Summit Exhibition & Competition
June 2006

Coalition Warrior Interoperability
Demonstration (CWID) 2006
October 24-27, 2005

The Homeland Defense
Symposium 2005

Coalition Warrior Interoperability Demonstration (CWID) 2006

Date:
  June, 2006
Location:
  NORTHCOM – Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA
SPAWAR – San Diego, California, USA
DRDC – Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA
Role:
  Provided Technology for Demonstration, Trial and Exercise
Summary:
 

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.

 
Scenarios:
 
1. Colorado Springs, RED/RDD Fabrication
2. San Diego RED deployment
3. Atlanta RDD detonation
4. Airplane Hijacking, radiation detected on board
5. Kansas RDD Search
6. Ottawa RDD detonation
7. Colorado Springs, real alleged RED deployments
Media:
  Mobile Detect CWID Poster (242K JPG)
Press Release - CWID Final Assessment - Top Performer
Assessment:
  CWID First Impressions Report - Mobile Detect (15K PDF)
CWID Final Report
Warfighter Assessment
Technical Interoperability: Assessment
Technical Interoperability: Info Exchange Data
Information Assurance