Event Date/Time: Feb 25, 2008 End Date/Time: Feb 27, 2008
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Gain insight into the role of future technologies and concepts and how they will help deter and protect; including command and control tools, sensor systems, modeling and simulation, and personal and collective protection equipment. Listen to perspectives from the Department of Defense and the Department of Homeland Security to gain a uniquely accurate understanding of how to successfully combat this dangerous threat.

New for CBRNE for Defense 2008:

Integrated information systems for situational control
Collective protection focus
Department of Homeland Security science and research briefing
Agency interoperability
Latest developments in combating WMD proliferation
Advancements in chemical, biological and radiological detection
Focused and high-level, CBRNE for Defense 2008 will present the latest developments in CBRNE defense capabilities and technologies. In addition to the unparalleled speaker faculty, the event will allow you to network with experts from the various service branches, DOD, DHS and industry experts who are leading the way in CBRNE defense development

Delegates will be from related military units/organizations, government agencies, manufacturers/contractors, and technology service providers. Attendees will come from a variety of functions, including:

CBRN protection equipment
Nuclear/radiological threat detection
Transportation security (land, sea, air)
Weapons of mass destruction / disruption
Contingency planning and emergency management procedures
Medical countermeasures, decontamination, detection methods
Research & development / future technologies
Training initiatives
Scheduled to speak are:

Major General Daniel Long, Commander, Joint Task Force Civil Support, NORTHCOM
Dr. Elizabeth George, Deputy Division Head, Chemical and Biological Division, Science & Technology Directorate, Department of Homeland Security
Rudy Olszyk, Joint Program Manager, Decontamination, Joint Program Executive Office-Chemical and Biological Defense
Colonel George W. Korch, Commander, U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases
Dr. Charles Bass, Capability Area Program Officer for Protection and Hazard Mitigation, Defense Threat Reduction Agency
Lieutenant Colonel Rohlfs, Executive Officer, Chemical Biological Incident Response Force (CBIRF), United States Marine Corps


Additional Information

Military and Gov and Acadamia Register and Pay by 12/21/2007 $799 Workshop $500 Register and Pay by 1/12/2008 $899 Workshop $500 Register and Pay after 1/12/2008 $999 Workshop $500 INDUSTRY RATES Conference $999 Workshop $500