CBRNE (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear And Explosive) Detection Devices: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2016 to 2022

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The 2016 study has 1,208 pages, 512 tables and figures. Worldwide CBRNE markets are poised to achieve significant growth with the use of detectors that are implemented as platforms, many of them handheld, used to help implement precision detection of intent to do harm to civilian populations or military personnel.

Chemical warfare agents (CWAs), toxic industrial chemicals (TICs), toxic industrial materials (TIMs), hazmat agents are problems in civilized society when terrorists target civilian populations as has happened recently in Boston, Paris, Asia, Syria, London, and Belgium. The risks associated with terrorist use of chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive (CBRNE) warfare are tremendous.

Growing use of CBRNE detection devices to try to protect civilians is encouraging, because it gives a sense of being able to protect people, whereas previously everyone has felt terribly vulnerable. Watchfulness in the context of terrorist threats is encouraging because the terrorist behavior is concerning.

Expanding threats require more first responder CBRNE detection devices and more vigilance from the first responders as they learn to use the devices. CBRNE detection teams and hazmat response are provided by first responders to help protect civilian populations.

Advanced handheld analytical technology permits first responders to be capable of proactive performance in a hot zone. Handheld devices allow for faster detection, response and continuous monitoring of both conventional and unconventional threats helping to ensure public safety and response team protection.

An abundance of new research and development in sensors and technology permits detection of a hazardous substance that may have been planted by a terrorist. Detection and identification of CBRNE at a distance becomes a way to protect first responders responsible for finding the hazmat. The significance of detection is increasing as governments and military organizations recognize the need to more efficiently identify and categorize chemicals, explosives, biological agents, radiology and nuclear materials and other threats. The ability to manage separate detection devices creates the need for device integration.

Worldwide, government agencies and military branches are tasked with the formidable job of identifying evolving threats to national security such as concealed explosives, improvised explosive devices (IEDs), and airborne chemical and biological materials – without putting equipment or people in harm’s way. Lasers and optical techniques are of critical importance as they are used to implement standoff detection technology for their ability to passively and actively probe threats near and far.

Threat Detection: Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive detection is a fundamental responsibility of governments worldwide. New technology is necessary, less expensive techniques for detection are needed. Domestic and foreign terrorists continue to pose serious threats to the United States. U.S. citizens at home or traveling abroad can be targets, as can infrastructure (roads, bridges, IT systems) and trade ports. CBRNe detection devices are on the front line of evolving protection practices.

Emergency responders are distributed throughout every country are the primary users of the CBRNe devices along with the military. The first responders work in the military and they work in small communities; they work in large cities. All first responders need reliable and interoperable chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive (CBRNE) detectors to protect life and property.

Since September 2001, emergency responders are far better equipped to face these threats. Their detection systems, communication and protective gear are better designed for counterterrorism.

In the US, NIST and the Department of Homeland Security continue to address critical needs for standards that identify performance metrics for gear, instruments and systems used in threat detection. In the US, NIST's National Security Standards Program supports and coordinates development of test methods, performance standards, guidance and training for systems and gear that protect against CBRNE threats to ensure that:

According to Susan Eustis, lead author of the study, “Use of CBRNE represents a key milestone in provision of value to the governments charged with protecting large civilian populations. Customized cameras, multiple different types of sensors, and new chemistry approaches are used to address protection in venues everywhere. Smaller, lighter systems further automate detection. Spending on CBRNE detection devices was recently upgraded in response to random weekly terrorist attacks in various parts of the world.”

The worldwide market for CBRNE (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear And Explosives) at $2.2 billion in 2015 is anticipated to reach $ 9.8 billion by 2022. Market growth is driven by the vulnerability of civilian populations to the whim of terrorist attacks. CBRNE represents a cohesive response to a scattered threat. As such, there are many different detection devices that need to be available in any one place to address safety issues.

Multiple applications drive market growth, most of all integrated devices that promote ease of use. White powder identification and standoff systems are significant. Applications for CBRNE are in law enforcement, the military, border control, homeland security, building surveillance, concert protection, sports arena protection, fire department use, utility infrastructure surveillance, and delivery systems. These application areas are identified and forecast in the market research study.

Companies Profiled

Market Leaders


  • Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc.

  • Bruker

  • Chemring Group PLC

  • Mirion

  • Agilent

  • FLIR

  • Smiths Group PLC/Smiths Detection

  • Drägerwerk AG & Co KGaA/Dräger

  • Inficon

  • Airbus Defense & Space /Cassidian

  • Canberra

  • Nexter Group/NBC-Sys

  • bioMerieux/Biofire Defense

  • Ludlum Measurements

  • Air Techniques International

  • Morphix Technologies

  • Proengin

  • Luminix

  • Passport Systems, Inc.


Selected Market Participants


  • 20/20 GeneSystems / 20/20 BioResponse

  • 3M

  • 908 Devices

  • 908 Devices Applied Science & Chemistry

  • Agilent Technologies

  • AirBoss of America Corporation

  • Airbus Defense & Space

  • Airsense Analytics

  • Air Techniques International

  • Allen-Vanguard

  • Argon Electronics Ltd.

  • ATI

  • Avon Protection

  • B&W Tek

  • Batelle

  • BBI Detection

  • Berkeley Nucleonics

  • Bertin Technologies

  • bioMérieux

  • BioQuell

  • Block MEMS LLC

  • Blücher

  • Bracco Diagnostics / RSDecon

  • Bruker Detection

  • Canadian Technology Systems

  • Canberra

  • CBRNE Command

  • Cegelec

  • Cepheid

  • Chemring Group PLC

  • Cobalt Light Systems

  • CRISTANINI S.p.A.

  • CUBRC

  • Daylight Solutions

  • Defense Collaboration Services / DCS

  • Decon7 Systems

  • Defentect Group Inc

  • DHS Systems International Ltd

  • Drägerwerk AG & Co KGaA

  • Dräger Evita XL

  • Dugway Proving Ground

  • DuPont / Genencor

  • Edgewood Chemical Biologican Center

  • Elbit

  • Emergent BioSolution

  • Endeavor Robotics

  • Environics

  • Eurolite CBRN

  • Federal Resources

  • First Line Technology

  • FLIR Systems

  • Futuretech / Kärcher Futuretech GmbH

  • GasMet

  • GE Sensors: Measurement & Control Solutions

  • GenPrime

  • Homeland DefSec

  • ICOR Technology Robots

  • Illumina

  • Indra

  • Inficon

  • Intelagard

  • ITL Solutions

  • Johnson Controls / Tyco

  • Kärcher Futuretech GmbH

  • KD Analytical

  • Kestrel Corporation Optical and Sensor Innovations

  • Kestrel Computer-Aided Detection (CAD) SW

  • Kromek Group plc

  • Lakeland Industries

  • Ludlum Measurements

  • Luminex

  • Meridian Medical Technologies

  • Mirion Technologies

  • MKS

  • Morphix Technologies

  • Nexter Group

  • Nexter Robotics

  • Nexter Group / NBC Sys

  • Nor E First Response

  • Northrop Grumman

  • Omega Technical Services

  • OSI Systems

  • Owlstone Inc.

  • OWR

  • Passport Systems

  • Paul Boye Technologies

  • PHDS Co

  • Pony Industry

  • PositiveID Corporation / E-N-G Mobile Systems

  • Proengin

  • QinetiQ

  • Riken Keiki

  • RKI

  • Roche Diagnostics

  • Roche CBRNE Molecular Diagnostic Assay

  • SERB Laboratories

  • Smiths Group / Smiths Detection

  • Smiths / Morpho System™

  • Smiths Detection

  • Spectrex Inc.

  • STERIS

  • Telerob

  • Thales Group

  • Thermo Fisher Scientific

  • Thorlabs

  • Thorlabs / Maxion Technologies

  • W. B. Johnson Instruments

CBRNE (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear And Explosive) Detection Devices: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2016 to 2022

Table of Contents

VOLUME 1
Volume 1 2
CBRNe Executive Summary 94
CBRNE Advanced Handheld and Desktop Analytical Technology 94
CBRNE (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear And Explosives) Detection Devices 95
CBRNE (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear And Explosives) Detection Device Market Driving Forces 96
CBRNE Market Shares 97
CBRNE Market 2016-2022 - Market Forecasts 99

1. CBRNe Detection Market Description and Market Dynamics 101
1.1 Threat Detection: Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive 101
1.2 CBRNe Detection Creates Market Dynamics 105
1.2.1 Stand-Off Detection 106
1.2.2 High Visibility Events (HVE) 107
1.3 Helytex Radiogardase 108
1.4 Building Vulnerability 109

2. CBRNE Market Shares and Forecasts 113
2.1 CBRNE Advanced Handheld and Desktop Analytical Technology 113
2.1.1 CBRNE (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear And Explosives) Detection Devices 114
2.1.2 CBRNE (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear And Explosives) Detection Device Market Driving Forces 115
2.2 CBRNE Market Shares 116
2.2.1 Smiths 119
2.2.2 Bruker 120
2.2.3 Bruker DE-tector 121
2.2.4 Mirion 122
2.2.5 Flir Biological 122
2.2.6 908 Devices M908 First Responder Chemical Identification 123
2.2.7 Cobalt Light Resolve Product for Detection of Explosives, Narcotics, And Hazardous Materials 124
2.2.8 GenPrime Bio Warfare Agent Detector 125
2.2.9 Proengin 125
2.2.10 Gasmet DX4000 FTIR Gas Analyzer 126
2.2.11 Chemring Detection Systems 127
2.2.12 Inficon Portable Gas Chromatograph/Mass Spectrometer (GC/MS) Gold Standard For Chemical Identification 127
2.2.13 Canberra Serving The Nuclear Community 128
2.3 CBRNE Market 2016-2022 - Market Forecasts 129
2.3.1 CBRNE Detection Market Unit Analysis 131
2.3.2 CBRNE Detection Market Segment Types 134
2.3.3 CBRNE Threat Type Detection Devices, Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, And Explosive 135
2.4 Chemical Threat Analysis 139
2.4.1 Chemical Weapons 139
2.4.2 Bruker Mobile Gas Chromatography / Mass Spectrometry Chemical Threat Analysis 141
2.4.3 Thermo Fisher FirstDefender™ RMX Handheld White Powder Chemical Identification 142
2.4.4 Chemring Detection Systems 144
2.5 Biological Threat Analysis 144
2.5.1 Biological Agent Detection Market Trends 145
2.5.2 CBRNE Bio-Detection Market Shares 147
2.5.3 Agilent Technologies 148
2.5.4 Smiths Group 149
2.5.5 BioMérieux / BioFire 149
2.5.6 FLIR Fido B2 Capabilities 150
2.5.7 GenPrime Bio Warfare Agent Detector 152
2.5.8 BBI White Powder Bio-threat Detection IMASS Device 152
2.5.9 BioCheck® White Powder Protocol 153
2.6 Radiological 153
2.7 Nuclear 154
2.7.1 Thermo Scientific Nuclear 154
2.7.2 Mirion Technologies 155
2.7.3 Ludlum Measurements 156
2.7.4 Canberra 156
2.7.5 FLIR 158
2.8 Explosive Device 158
2.8.1 Next Generation Explosives Detection: Trace Capability for Law Enforcement 160
2.8.2 Explosives Trace Detection 160
2.8.3 Explosives Law enforcement applications 161
2.8.4 Handheld Explosives Trace Detectors 163
2.8.5 Flir Interdicting the Invisible Threat 164
2.8.6 How FLIR TrueTrace Works 165
2.8.7 Morphix 168
2.9 CBRNE Detection Device End Users: Military, Homeland Security, First Responder, Local Police & Fire Departments, and Commercial & Logistics 169
2.10 CBRNE Standoff Detection Systems 172
2.10.1 Bruker RAPIDplus Detect All Chemical Warfare Agents (CWA) and Important Toxic Industrial Chemicals (TICs) at Long Distances 174
2.10.2 QinetiQ North America TALON Detects Deadly IEDs Remotely And Saves Lives 175
2.10.3 Block MEMS LLC Standoff Devices 175
2.10.4 Spectrex Standoff SafEye Quasar 900 176
2.10.5 Chemring JSLSCAD Standoff Chemical Detection Device 176
2.11 Human Protective Materials 178
2.12 CBRNE Prices 178
2.12.1 Proengin AP4C Flame Spectrophotometer 178
2.12.2 Thermo Fisher Scientific - TruDefender FTi 2 179
2.12.3 GenPrime Prices 180
2.12.4 Illumina HiSeq 2000 Sequencing System $654,000 180
2.13 CBRNE Regional Segment Analysis 181

3. CBRNE Product Description 184
3.1 Bruker CBRNE Products 184
3.1.1 Bruker Chemical Detection Ion Mobility Spectrometry 184
3.1.2 Bruker RoadRunner Explosives and Narcotics Detector 186
3.1.3 Bruker TIMON 187
3.1.4 Bruker OrthoTIMON Chemical Gas Detection 189
3.1.5 Bruker Raid M100 Chemical Agent Detector 191
3.1.6 Bruker Raid P Chemical Detection System 192
3.1.7 Bruker Raid S2 Gas Trace Detector For Chemical Warfare Agents (CWAs) and Toxic Industrial Chemicals (TICs). 193
3.1.8 Bruker Raid XP Combines Chemical and Radiological Detection Into One System 194
3.1.9 Bruker Raid AFM to Detect Chemical Warfare Agents, Toxic Industrial Chemicals and Radioactive Contamination 195
3.1.10 Bruker μRAID IMS Chemical Agent Detector 197
3.1.11 Bruker Mobile Gas Chromatography / Mass Spectrometry Gold Standard in Chemical Analysis 198
3.1.12 Bruker MM2 Chemical Detection And Identification 199
3.1.13 Bruker E²M Fast And Reliable On-Site Identification Of Chemicals 200
3.1.14 Bruker Biological Identification MALDI Biotyper 201
3.1.15 Bruker RAPIDplus Detect All Chemical Warfare Agents (CWA) and Important Toxic Industrial Chemicals (TICs) at Long Distances 202
3.1.16 Bruker SIGIS II 203
3.1.17 Bruker Portable Detector of Toxins Associated With Biological Warfare Agents (BWA) 204
3.1.18 Bruker Hand-Held Radiation Survey Meter 205
3.1.19 Bruker Radiation Backpack Sentry 207
3.1.20 Bruker Radiation Probe 208
3.1.21 Bruker DE-tector Drugs And Explosives Detection Instrument 209
3.2 FLIR Systems CBRNE Detection 210
3.2.1 FLIR Fido C1 Field Chemical Agent Detection Kit 210
3.2.2 FLIR Fido C2 213
3.2.3 FLIR Griffin 400 Series Gas Chromatograph / Mass Spectrometer (GC/MS) Chemical Hazard Detection 216
3.2.4 FLIR Fido® B2 Biological Detection 220
3.2.5 FLIR Fido® B2 224
3.2.6 FLIR Fido® B2 (IBAC) Early Warning of Bio-Aerosol Threats 225
3.2.7 FLIR Fido B2 Bio-Detector Capabilities 226
3.2.8 FLIR Radiation Detection 228
3.2.9 FLIR identiFINDER® R200 Spectroscopic Personal Radiation Detector 229
3.2.10 FLIR identiFINDER® R300 Radiation Detection Capabilities 233
3.2.11 FLIR R300 Uses Uniquely Constructed Cadmium Zinc Telluride (CZT) Detectors 234
3.2.12 FLIR identiFINDER® R400 236
3.2.13 FLIR identiFINDER® R500 239
3.2.14 Flir Benefits for Nuclear Medicine 241
3.2.15 FLIR Chemical, Drug, and Explosives Detection 242
3.2.16 FLIR Building Inspection 243
3.2.17 FLIR Gas Detection 244
3.2.18 FLIR Emerging Markets 244
3.2.19 FLIR Explosives and Narcotics Detection 245
3.2.20 FLIR Fido X2 Explosives Trace Detector 246
3.2.21 FLIR Fido X3 249
3.2.22 FLIR Griffin 844 Explosives and Narcotics Trace Detector 252
3.2.23 FLIR Explosives and Narcotics Trace Detector 253
3.3 Thermo Fisher Measuring Radiation 255
3.3.1 Thermo Fisher Radiation Contamination and Environmental Monitoring 257
3.3.2 Thermo Fisher Integrated Radiation Monitoring Solutions 258
3.3.3 Thermo Scientific ViewPoint™ Enterprise Remote Monitoring System 259
3.3.4 Thermo Scientific™ ViewPoint Monitoring of Radiation Levels At Nuclear Power Plants 260
3.3.5 Thermo Scientific™ ViewPoint Data Engine 262
3.3.6 Thermo Scientific™ ViewPoint Personal Viewing 262
3.3.7 Thermo Scientific™ ViewPoint Instument Plug-Ins 263
3.3.8 Thermo Fisher Portable Radiation Detection 264
3.3.9 Thermo Fisher RadHalo™ RDP and FM Spectroscopic Area Monitors 265
3.3.10 Thermo Fisher Handheld and RadEye™ X Series Survey Meters 267
3.3.11 Thermo Fisher RadEye™ PRD/PRD-ER Personal Radiation Detector 269
3.3.12 Thermo Fisher RadEye™ NBR High Sensitivity Gamma Radiation Monitor 274
3.3.13 Thermo Fisher RadEye™ GR Grapple Monitoring System 276
3.3.14 Thermo Fisher RadEye™ SPRD Spectroscopic Personal Radiation Detector 278
3.3.15 Thermo Fisher Dosimetry & Personal Radiation Monitoring 280
3.3.16 Thermo Fisher Single/Double Chipstrate EXT-RAD Extremity Dosimeters Elements 280
3.3.17 Thermo Fisher PackEye Radiation Detection Backpack 283
3.3.18 Thermo Fisher Matrix MRDS™ (Mobile Radiation Detection System) 285
3.3.19 Thermo Fisher RadEye™ Area Monitor 290
3.3.20 Thermo Fisher ALPHA-7A Alpha Air Monitors 291
3.3.21 Thermo Fisher FHT 6020 Area Monitor Display and Alarms 294
3.3.22 Thermo Fisher RMS-3 Digital Area Monitors 295
3.3.23 Thermo Fisher PM12 Personnel Gamma Portal Monitor 297
3.3.24 Thermo Fisher LFM-3 Radiation Detection System 299
3.3.25 Thermo Fisher IPM96 Whole Body Contamination Monitor 301
3.3.26 Thermo Fisher ASM™ IV Series Automatic Scrap Monitoring System 302
3.4 Chemring Detection Systems 306
3.4.1 Chemring Detection Systems Biological Detection: I-Collector 308
3.4.2 Chemring I-SCAD® 311
3.4.3 Chemring Chemical Detection Systems JSLSCAD 313
3.5 Emergent BioSolution 316
3.5.1 Emergent Sole Source Notification with Respect to BioThrax 320
3.6 Smiths Detection 320
3.6.1 Smiths Detection Ionscan Sentinel II 321
3.6.2 Smiths Biological Agents Detection 322
3.6.3 Smiths Cargo & Vehicle Inspection 322
3.6.4 Smiths Chemical Agents Detection 322
3.6.5 Smiths Liquids Explosives Detection 323
3.6.6 Smiths People Screening Systems And Radiation Detection 323
3.6.7 Smiths Chemical Agents Detection 323
3.6.8 Smiths Detection Nano Intelligent Detection System NIDS 331
3.7 Proengin 333
3.7.1 Proengin AP4C Detects A Wider Range Of Chemicals 335
3.7.2 Proengin Flame Spectrophotometry. 336
3.7.3 Proengin Chemical Detection 338
3.7.4 Proengin Biological Detection 341
3.7.5 Proengin AP4C Flame Spectrophotometer 347
3.8 Agilent Micro GC 351
3.8.1 Agilent Micro GC Portable Gas Analyzer 351
3.8.2 Agilent 490 Micro GC 352
3.9 RKI Sample Draw With PID & Super Toxics 353
3.9.1 Mirion Technologies RDS 31 Modular Radiation Survey Meter 357
3.9.2 Mirion Technologies Whole Body Contamination Monitors 359
3.9.3 RKI GX-2009 360
3.9.4 RKI EAGLE 2 361
3.9.5 RKI FP-30 Formaldehyde Gas Detector 362
3.9.6 Single Gas Personal Detectors 03 Series 362
3.10 Daylight Solutions 367
3.10.1 Daylight Solutions ChemDetect™ High-Speed Mid-IR Molecular Sensor 368
3.10.2 Daylight Solutions Aries™ Series - High Power, Multi-Wavelength Mid-IR Laser Systems 368
3.10.3 Daylight Solutions Lasers For Gas Sensing Instrumentation 370
3.10.4 Daylight Solutions Mid-IR HgCdTe Detectors 371
3.10.5 Daylight Solutions Thermal Laser Pointers 372
3.10.6 Daylight Solutions Product Features 372
3.10.7 Daylight Solutions ChemDetect™ High-Speed Mid-IR Molecular Sensor 373
3.10.8 Daylight Solutions Systems for Spectroscopic and Bio-Medical Imaging and Standoff Explosive Detection 373
3.10.9 Daylight Solutions Modularity Brings Flexibility 374
3.10.10 Daylight Solutions Tunable Laser Fully Automated, Hands-Free Operation 375
3.10.11 Daylight Solutions Lasers For Gas Sensing Instrumentation 379
3.10.12 Daylight Solutions Mid-IR HgCdTe Detectors 380
3.10.13 Daylight Solutions Thermal Laser Pointers 381
3.10.14 Daylight Solutions Tunable Laser 382
3.10.15 Daylight Solutions Broadly Tunable, Room-Temperature, Mid-IR Laser 386
3.10.16 Daylight Solutions Fixed Wavelength Pulsed and CW Mid-Infrared Lasers 395
3.10.17 Daylight Solutions Mid-IR HgCdTe Detectors 398
3.11 BioFire Diagnostics 400
3.11.1 BioFire Defense Mutation Discovery Using High Resolution Melting 400
3.11.2 BioFire Diagnostics / BioFire Defense LightScanner Master Mix 401
3.11.3 BioFire Diagnostics / BioFire Defense LightScanner System 403
3.11.4 BioFire Diagnostics / BioFire Defense FilmArray BioSurveillance System 405
3.11.5 BioFire Diagnostics / BioFire Defense Film/Array Test Kits 406
3.11.6 BioFire Diagnostics / BioFire Defense RAZOR EX BioDetection System 408
3.11.7 BioFire Diagnostics / BioFire Defense RAZOR® Reagent Kits 409
3.11.8 BioFire Diagnostics / BioFire Defense JBAIDS System 410
3.11.9 BioFire Diagnostics / BioFire Defense Freeze-Dried Reagents & Test Kits 411
3.11.10 BioFire Diagnostics / BioFire Defense IT 1-2-3™ Sample Purification Kits 412
3.11.11 BioFire Diagnostics / BioFire Defense Bioldentification Training 413
3.12 BBI White Powder Bio-threat Detection IMASS Device 414
3.12.1 BBI Detection Explosive Device IMASS 417
3.12.2 BBI Detection Ebola Virus Antibodies 418
3.12.3 BBI Explosives and Bio-Threat Detection 419
3.13 Airsense Analytics 419
3.14 MKS AIRGARD®Plus CWA/TIC Ambient Air Analyzer 424
3.14.1 MKS AirGard® Biogas Siloxane Gas Analyzer Monitor 426
3.14.2 MKS MultiGas™ 2030 FTIR Continuous Gas Analyzer 428
3.14.3 MKS MultiGas™ 2032 Purity FTIR Gas Analyzer 429
3.15 Battelle SiteGuard® Security Robot 430
3.15.1 Battelle SiteGuard® Active Shooter Response 434
3.16 Passport Systems SmartScan 3D 435
3.16.1 Passport Systems SmartShield Addresses Radiological Threats 438
3.17 Allen Vanguard 440
3.18 Endeavor Robotics 510 Packbot 442
3.18.1 Endeavor Robotics ® 340 SUGV 444
3.19 Northrop Grumman 445
3.19.1 Northrop Grumman Remotec Unveils Next-generation Andros(TM) Robot 445
3.19.2 Northrop Grumman Andros F6 Series 447
3.19.3 Northrop Grumman Remotec Robotic Platforms and Sub-Systems 448
3.19.4 Northrop Grumman Andros F6A - Law Enforcement & SWAT 453
3.19.5 Northrop Grumman Andros Robots 454
3.19.6 Northrop Grumman ANDROS Hazmat 455
3.19.7 Northrop Grumman Mark V-A1 - HAZMAT Technicians 460
3.19.8 Northrop Grumman Andros for Law Enforcement 461
3.19.9 Northrop Grumman Mini Andros II Features 463
3.20 QinetQ TALON 465
3.20.1 QinetiQ TALON Product Line Expansion 471
3.21 KNDS / Nexter / KMW 472
3.22 908 Devices M908 473
3.22.1 908 Devices M908 for Chem Warfare and TICs 475
3.22.2 908 Devices M908 for Drugs 476
3.22.3 908 Devices M908 for Explosives Detection 477
3.23 Cobalt Light Resolve Product for Detection of Explosives, Narcotics, And Hazardous Materials 478
3.23.1 Cobalt Light Systems Insight100 Series 481
3.23.2 Cobalt Light Systems Insight200 Series 483
3.23.3 Cobalt Light Systems Insight Range 486
3.23.4 Cobalt Light Systems TRS100 487
3.23.5 Cobalt Replacing HPLC 488
3.23.6 Cobalt Applications 488
3.23.7 Cobalt Light Systems RapID 490
3.24 Block Engineering Quantum Cascade Laser Products 493
3.24.1 Block Engineering LaserSense-SC™: Compact Gas Detection System for the Semiconductor Industry 493
3.24.2 Block Engineering LaserWarn™: Open-Path Chemical Detection System 496
3.24.3 Block Engineering Mini-QCL™: OEM Quantum Cascade Laser Module 498
3.24.4 Block Engineering LaserTune: Widely Tunable Mid-Infrared Laser Source 501
3.24.5 Block Engineering MCT IR Detector Module™: Spectral Acquisition Detection 503
3.24.6 Block Engineering MCT (Mercury-Cadmium-Telluride) IR (infrared) Detector Module 503
3.24.7 Block Engineering Quantum Cascade Laser (QCL) LaserScan™ 509
3.24.8 Block Engineering Quantum Cascade Laser (QCL) LaserScope™ 510
3.25 General Electric Entry Scan 512
3.25.1 GE Security Easy Operation and High Throughput 514
3.25.2 GE Security Portal Target Applications 517
3.26 InVision Technologies 518
3.27 Kromek 518
3.28 Gasmet DX4000 FTIR Gas Analyzer 519
3.28.1 Gasmet DX4015 521
3.28.2 Gasmet DX4040 523
3.28.3 Gasmet CR1000 Multicomponent Gas Analyzers 524
3.28.4 Gasmet CR2000 Quantitative Multicomponent Gas Analyzers 525
3.28.5 Gasmet CR4000 Quantitative Multicomponent Gas Analyzers 527
3.28.6 Gasmet Portable Sampling Unit 528
3.28.7 Gasmet Caliberator 530
3.28.8 Gasmet CX4000 Gas Analyzers For Continuous Monitoring Applications 532
3.28.9 Gasmet In Situ 533
3.28.10 Gasmet CEM II System 534
3.28.11 Gasmet Continuous Mercury Monitoring System 535
3.28.12 Gasmet Oxygen Analyzer 536
3.29 Pony Industry Cargo & Vehicle Inspection 537
3.29.1 Pony Industries Z Backscatter Van Is Used In Port And Border Security, Force Protection, Urban Surveillance 538
3.30 Research International Bio-Threat ASAP II for Postal Processing Applications 540
3.30.1 Research International ASAP V for Critical Infrastructure Protection 542
3.30.2 Research International BioHawk® Plus: Air Concentrator PLUS 8-Channel Bio-identification System 544
3.30.3 Research International SASS 4000 Plus: High-Volume Concentration Plus Wet Sample Collection 545
3.30.4 Research International SASS® 4100 Plus: Two-Stage Collector Plus Particle Extractor 546
3.30.5 Research International Remote Sensor Nodes for CBRN Monitoring 548
3.30.6 Research International UAV-Based Aerosol Collectors and Detectors 550
3.30.7 Research International Flying UAV Laboratory 550
3.31 20/20 Bioresponse BioCheck® Powder Screening Test Kit 554
3.32 Luminex 100/200 Detection Systems 555
3.33 Mirion Technologies RDS 30 Radiation Survey Meter 559
3.33.1 Mirion Technologies RDS 31 Modular Radiation Survey Meter 560
3.33.2 Mirion Technologies Whole Body Contamination Monitors 562
3.33.3 Mirion Technologies FastTrack-Fibre Gamma Portal Monitors 564
3.33.4 Mirion Technologies Hand Foot-Fibre Contamination Monitors 566
3.33.5 Mirion Technologies Tool and Small Object Monitors 568
3.33.6 Mirion Technologies WRM2 Wireless Remote Monitoring System 570
3.33.7 Mirion Technologies Underwater Wireless Remote Monitoring 572
3.33.8 Mirion Technologies SPIR-Ace Radiation Isotope Identification Device 573
3.33.9 Mirion Technologies SPIR-Pack Human Portable Detection and Identification 575
3.33.10 Mirion Technologies DRM Radiation Area Monitoring 577
3.33.11 Mirion Technologies AMP Radiation Area Monitoring System 578
3.34 Berkeley Nucleonics 580
3.34.1 Berkeley Nucleonics Model RD-150 — Vehicle-Mounted Radiation Detection System (VMRDS) 585
3.34.2 Berkeley Nucleonics Model 940 Radiation Isotope Identifier (RIID) 588
3.34.3 Berkeley Nucleonics Model 970 — Portable Multi-Channel Analyzer (MCA) 589
3.34.4 Berkeley Nucleonics Model 945 — SAM III Isotope Identifier with Reachback 591
3.34.5 Berkeley Nucleonics Model RD-150 — Vehicle-Mounted Radiation Detection System (VMRDS) 592
3.34.6 Berkeley Nucleonics Model 2500R Digital Multi-Channel Analyzer Nai Based Nuclear Spectroscopy 593
3.35 PHDS Co. Measurement Services 594
3.35.1 PHDS NPX-M Planar Imaging Germanium Detector System 595
3.35.2 PHDS GGC Germanium Gamma Camera 597
3.36 Radiation Shield Technologies Demron 599
3.36.1 Demron’s® Nanotechnology Using Molecular Engineering To Achieve Radiation Protection 600
WinterGreen Research, 601
WinterGreen Research Methodology 602

List of Tables and Figures

Table 3-21 Bruker Hand-Held Radiation Survey Meter Key Applications 23
Table ES-1 CBRNE (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosives) Detection Devices Market Driving Forces 96
Figure ES-2 CBRNE Detection Device Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2015 98
Figure ES-3 Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive (CBRNE) Type of Detection Device Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2016-2022 100
Table 1-1 Systems and Gear That Protect Against CBRNe Threat Aims 102
Table 1-2 Addressing Terrorist Threat Diversity 103
Table 1-3 Addressing Terrorist Threat Issues 104
Figure 1-4 Building Protection Systems (BPSI) Proprietary Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear (CBRN) Detection Equipment 110
Table 2-1 CBRNE (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosives) Detection Devices Market Driving Forces 115
Figure 2-2 CBRNE Detection Device Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2015 117
Table 2-3 Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive (CBRNE) Detection Device Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2015 118
Figure 2-4 Bruker DE-tector 121
Table 2-5 908 Devices M908 First Responder Chemical Identification 123
Table 2- 6 Cobalt Resolve Installed Base 124
Figure 2-7 Proengin AP4C Handheld 126
Table 2-8 Chemring Detection Systems 127
Figure 2-9 Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive (CBRNE) Type of Detection Device Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2016-2022 130
Table 2-10 Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive (CBRNE) Detection Device Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2016 - 2022 131
Table 2-11 Chemical (CBRNE) Detection Device, Portable and Instrument Analysis, Market Shares, Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2015 132
Table 2-12 Biological (CBRNE) Detection Device, Portable and Instrument Analysis, Market Shares, Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2015 133
Table 2-13 Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive (CBRNE) Type of Detection Device Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2016-2022 136
Table 2-14 Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive (CBRNE) Detection Device, Device Type Market Segment, Dollars, Worldwide, 2015 137
Table 2-15 Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive (CBRNE) Detection Device, Percent Device Type Market Segment, Worldwide, 2015 138
Table 2-16 Families Of Chemical Agents 140
Table 2-17 Chemical (CBRNE) Detection Device, Portable and Instrument Analysis, Market Shares, Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2015 141
Figure 2-18 Thermo Fisher FirstDefender™ RMX Handheld Chemical Identification 142
Figure 2-19 Thermo Fisher FirstDefender™ RMX Handheld White Powder Identification 143
Table 2-20 Chemring Detection Systems 144
Table 2-21 Biological Agent Detection 145
Table 2-22 Biological (CBRNE) Detection Device, Portable and Instrument Analysis, Market Shares, Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2015 147
Figure 2-23 Chemring Detection Systems Biological Detection I-Collector 151
Figure 2-24 BBI Detection Bio-threat Detection IMASS device 152
Figure 2-25 Canberra Portable Radiation Detector 156
Figure 2-26 Canberra Worldwide Market Presence 157
Figure 2-27 FLIR’s Fido X2 handheld ETD Leading-Edge TrueTrace Technology 162
Figure 2-28 FLIR TrueTrace Explosives Detection 166
Figure 2-29 FLIR's TrueTrace Explosive Detection Technology 167
Table 2-30 Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive (CBRNE) Detection Device Target Market Segment, Military, Homeland Security First Responder, Local Police & Fire Departments, and Commercial & Logistics, Dollars, Worldwide, 2015 170
Table 2-31 Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive (CBRNE) Detection Device Target Market Segment, Military, Homeland Security First Responder, Local Police & Fire Departments, and Commercial & Logistics, Dollars, Worldwide, 2015 171
Table 2-32 Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive (CBRNE) Detection Device Market Forecasts, Standard and Standoff, Dollars, Worldwide, 2016-2022 173
Figure 2-33 Bruker RAPIDplus Detect, Identify and Monitor All Chemical Warfare Agents (CWA) and Important Toxic Industrial Chemicals (TICs) at Long Distances 174
Figure 2-34 Chemring Detection Systems JSLSCAD 177
Figure 2-35 Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive (CBRNE), Regional Market Segments, 2015 182
Table 2-36 Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive (CBRNE), Regional Market Segments, 2015 183
Table 3-1 Bruker RAID Range Of Instruments For Chemical Detection Target Markets 185
Table 3-2 Bruker RAID Range Of Instrument Configurations 185
Figure 3-3 Bruker RoadRunner Explosives and Narcotics Detector 186 Bruker TIMON 187
Figure 3-4 Bruker TIMON 188
Figure 3-5 Bruker OrthoTIMON Chemical Gas Detection 189
Table 3-6 Bruker Units Integrate With Air Handling Units 190
Figure 3-7 Bruker Raid M100 Chemical Agent Detector 191
Figure 3-8 Bruker Raid P Chemical Detection System 192
Figure 3-9 Bruker Raid S2 Gas Trace Detector For Chemical Warfare Agents (CWAs) and Toxic Industrial Chemicals (TICs). 193
Figure 3-10 Bruker Raid XP Combines Chemical and Radiological Detection 194
Figure 3-11 Bruker Raid AFM to Detect Chemical Warfare Agents, Toxic Industrial Chemicals and Radioactive Contamination 195
Table 3-12 Bruker Detection NC RAID AFM Functions to Detect Chemical Warfare Agents, Toxic Industrial Chemicals and Radioactive Contamination 196
Figure 3-13 Bruker μRAID IMS Chemical Agent Detector 197
Figure 3-14 Bruker MM2 199
Figure 3-15 Bruker E²M Fast and Reliable On-Site Identification Of Chemicals 200
Figure 3-16 Bruker MALDI Biotyper 201
Figure 3-17 Bruker RAPIDplus Detect, Identify and Monitor All Chemical Warfare Agents (CWA) and Important Toxic Industrial Chemicals (TICs) at Long Distances 202
Figure 3-18 Bruker SIGIS II 203
Figure 3-19 Bruker Portable Detector of Toxins Associated With Biological Warfare Agents (BWA). 204
Figure 3-20 Bruker Hand-Held Radiation Survey Meter 205
Table 3-21 Bruker Hand-Held Radiation Survey Meter Key Applications 206 206
Figure 3-22 Bruker Radiation Backpack Sentry 207
Figure 3-23 Bruker Radiation Probe 208
Figure 3-24 Bruker DE-tector Drugs and Explosives Detection Instrument 209
Figure 3-25 FLIR Fido C1 Field Chemical Agent Detection Kit 210
Table 3-26 FLIR Fido C1 Features 212
Figure 3-27 FLIR Fido C2 213
TABLE 3-21 BRUKER HAND-HELD RADIATION SURVEY METER KEY APPLICATIONS Direct use by the military Direct use by civil defence Direct use by first responders Used to assist in locating threats from ionizing radiation SVGps numerous civil applications Nuclear waste storage sites Nuclear power plants Radio-analytical facilities
Table 3-28 FLIR Fido C2 Features 215
Figure 3-29 FLIR Griffin 400 Series 216 216
Table 3-30 FLIR Griffin GC/MS Model Mobile Operating Environments 217
Table 3-31 FLIR Griffin 400 Series Features to Detect and Identify Explosives, Drugs, CWAs, TICs, Environmental Pollutants, and Other Chemicals 219
Figure 3-32 FLIR Fido B2 220
Table 3-33 Flir Fido B1 (BioCapture 650) Biological Threats Captured 221
Table 3-34 Flir Fido B1 Biological Agent Collection Functions 222
Table 3-35 FLIR Fido B1 Biological Agent Collection Features 223
Figure 3-36 FLIR Fido B2 224
Table 3-37 FLIR Fido B2 Bio-Aerosol Monitoring Features 226
Table 3-38 FLIR Bio-Threat Risk Mitigation 227
Figure 3-39 FLIR identiFINDER® R200 Spectroscopic Personal Radiation Detector 229
Table 3-40 FLIR identiFINDER® R200 Features 232
Figure 3-41 FLIR identiFINDER® R300 Radiation Detection Capabilities 233
Table 3-42 FLIR identiFINDER R300 Features 235
Figure 3-43 FLIR identiFINDER® R400 236
Table 3-44 FLIR identiFINDER R400 Features 237
Table 3-45 FLIR identiFINDER R400 Target Markets 237
Table 3-46 FLIR identiFINDER R400 Benefits 238
Figure 3-47 FLIR identiFINDER® R500 239
Table 3-48 FLIR identiFINDER R500 Features 241
Table 3-49 Flir Benefits for Nuclear Medicine 242
Figure 3-50 FLIR Fido X2 Explosives Trace Detector 246
Table 3-51 FLIR Fido Fido X2 Features 248
Figure 3-52 FLIR Fido X3 249
Table 3-53 FLIR Fido X3 Features 251
Figure 3-54 FLIR Griffin 844 Explosives and Narcotics Trace Detector 252
Table 3-55 FLIR Griffin 844 Features 254
Table 3-56 Thermo Scientific™ Measuring Radiation 256
Figure 3-57 Thermo Fisher Radiation Contamination and Environmental Monitoring 257
Figure 3-58 Thermo Fisher Integrated Radiation Monitoring Solutions 258
Figure 3-59 Thermo Fisher ViewPoint™ Enterprise Remote Monitoring System 259
Table 3-60 Thermo Fisher ViewPoint™ Enterprise Remote Monitoring System Features 261
Figure 3-61 Thermo Fisher Portable Radiation Detection 264
Figure 3-62 Thermo Fisher RadHalo™ RDP and FM Spectroscopic Area Monitors 265
Table 3-63 Thermo Fisher RadHalo™ RDP and FM Spectroscopic Area Monitors Features 266
Figure 3-64 Thermo Fisher RadEye™ X Series Survey Meters 267
Table 3-65 Thermo Fisher RadEye™ X Series Survey Meters Features 268
Figure 3-66 Thermo Fisher RadEye™ PRD/PRD-ER Personal Radiation Detector 269
Table 3-67 Thermo Fisher RadEye™ PRD Personal Radiation Detector Features 270
Table 3-68 Thermo Fisher RadEye™ PRD-ER Personal Radiation Detector Features 271
Figure 3-69 Thermo Fisher RadEye™ G20-10 and G20-ER10 X-Ray and Gamma Survey Meters 272
Table 3-70 Thermo Fisher RadEye™ G20-10 and G20-ER10 X-Ray and Gamma Survey Meters Features 273
Figure 3-71 Thermo Fisher RadEye™ NBR High Sensitivity Gamma Radiation Monitor 274
Table 3-72 Thermo Fisher RadEye™ NBR High Sensitivity Gamma Radiation Monitor Features 275
Figure 3-73 Thermo Fisher RadEye™ GR Grapple Monitoring System 276
Table 3-74 Thermo Fisher RadEye™ GR Grapple Monitoring System Features 277
Figure 3-75 Thermo Fisher RadEye™ SPRD Spectroscopic Personal Radiation Detector 278
Table 3-76 Thermo Fisher RadEye™ SPRD Spectroscopic Personal Radiation Detector Features 279
Figure 3-77 Thermo Fisher Dosimetry & Personal Radiation Monitoring 280
Figure 3-78 Thermo Fisher Single/Double Chipstrate EXT-RAD Extremity Dosimeters Elements 281
Table 3-79 Thermo Fisher Single/Double Chipstrate EXT-RAD Extremity Dosimeters Elements Features 282
Figure 3-80 Thermo Fisher PackEye Radiation Detection Backpack 283
Table 3-81 Thermo Fisher PackEye Radiation Detection Backpack Features 284
Figure 3-82 Thermo Scientific Matrix Mobile ARIS™ Detection System 285
Figure 3-83 Thermo Scientific Mobile ARIS™ Detection System Flexibility 285
Figure 3-84 Thermo Fisher Matrix MRDS™ (Mobile Radiation Detection System) Kit 288
Table 3-85 Thermo Fisher Matrix MRDS™ (Mobile Radiation Detection System) Kit Features 289
Figure 3-86 Thermo Fisher RadEye™ Area Monitor 290
Table 3-87 Thermo Fisher RadEye™ Area Monitor Features 291
Figure 3-88 Thermo Fisher ALPHA-7A Alpha Air Monitors 291
Table 3-89 Thermo Fisher ALPHA-7A Alpha Air Monitors Features 293
Figure 3-90 Thermo Fisher FHT 6020 Area Monitor Display and Alarms 294
Figure 3-91 Thermo Fisher RMS-3 Digital Area Monitors 295
Table 3-92 Thermo Fisher RMS-3 Digital Area Monitors Features 296
Figure 3-93 Thermo Fisher PM12 Personnel Gamma Portal Monitor 297
Table 3-94 Thermo Fisher PM12 Personnel Gamma Portal Monitor Features 298
Figure 3-95 Thermo Fisher LFM-3 Radiation Detection System 299
Table 3-96 Thermo Fisher LFM-3 Radiation Detection System Features 300
Figure 3-97 Thermo Fisher IPM96 Whole Body Contamination Monitor 301
Figure 3-98 Thermo Fisher ASM™ IV Series Automatic Scrap Monitoring System 302
Table 3-99 Thermo Fisher ASM™ IV Series Automatic Scrap Monitoring System Features 304
Table 3-99 Thermo Fisher ASM™ IV Series Automatic Scrap Monitoring System Features 305
Table 3-100 Chemring Detection Systems 306
Figure 3-101 Chemring Detection Handheld System 307 307
Figure 3-102 Chemring Detection Systems Biological Detection I-Collector 309
Table 3-103 Chemring Detection Systems Biological Detection I-Collector Features 310
Table 3-104 Chemring Detection Systems I- SCAD® Standoff Chemical Agent Detector 312
Table 3-105 Chemring Detection Systems Features 313
Figure 3-106 Chemring Detection Systems JSLSCAD 314
Table 3-107 Chemring JSLSCAD Features 315
Figure 3-108 Smiths Chemical Agents Detection 324
Figure 3-109 Smiths Accessories for the ACE-ID 330
Figure 3-110 Smiths Bio-Threat Detection 331
Figure 3-111 Smiths NIDS (Nano Intelligent Detection System) 332
Figure 3-112 Proengin APC2 333
Table 3-113 Proengin Proengin Comparatif : AP2C V or AP4C-V 335
Figure 3-114 Proengin AP4C Emission Lines From Sulfur, Phosphorus, Sodium and Potassium Between 350 and 800 nm. 337
Figure 3-115 Proengin Chemical Detection Devices 338
Figure 3-116 Proengin MAB Biological Detection Device 341
Figure 3-117 Prooengin Test Reports 343
Figure 3-118 Proengin Monitoring 344
Table 3-119 Proengin Chemical Warfare Agent and Biological Warfare Agent Detection Systems Features 346
Figure 3-120 Proengin AP4C Models 347
Figure 3-121 Proengin AP4C Handheld 348
Table 3-122 Proengin List of Detected Chemicals 349
Figure 3-123 Agilent Micro GC Portable Gas Analyzer 351
Figure 3-124 RKI GX-6000 Simultaneously Monitoring 6 Gases 353
Table 3-125 RKI GX-6000 Features 355
Table 3-126 RKI GX-6000 Applications 356
Table 3-127 Mirion Technologies Features 357
Figure 3-128 Mirion Technologies RDS 31 Modular Radiation Survey Meter 357
Table 3-129 Mirion Technologies RDS 31 Modular Radiation Survey Meter Features 358
Figure 3-130 Mirion Technologies Whole Body Contamination Monitors 359
Figure 3-131 RKI Products GX-6000 360
Figure 3-132 RKI Portable Gas Monitors 363
Table 3-133 Daylight Solutions Product Features 367
Figure 3-134 Daylight Solutions Aries™ Series - High Power, Multi-Wavelength Mid-IR Laser Systems 368
Table 3-135 Daylight Solutions Über Tuner™ Broad Tuning Pulsed Lasers Features 369
Table 3-136 Daylight Solutions Mid IR Detector Key Features 371
Table 3-137 Daylight Solutions Mid-IR QCL Systems Applications 373
Table 3-138 Daylight Solutions Tunable Laser Functions 375
Figure 3-139 Daylight Solutions Mid IR Sensor Engines 376
Table 3-140 Daylight Solutions Monitoring 377
Figure 3-141 Daylight Solutions Industry Specific Solutions 378
Table 3-142 Daylight Solutions Mid IR Detector Key Features 381
Figure 3-143 Daylight Solutions Tunable Laser Tuning 383
Figure 3-144 Daylight Solutions Narrow Tuning 384
Table 3-145 Daylight Solutions Gaussian Beam Profile 385
Table 3-146 Daylight Solutions EC-QCL Laser Gaussian Beam Profile 386
Table 3-147 Daylight Solutions Tunable Mid-IR External-Cavity CW-MHF Lasers 388
Table 3-147 Daylight Solutions Tunable Mid-IR External-Cavity CW-MHF Lasers 389
Table 3-147 Daylight Solutions Tunable Mid-IR External-Cavity CW-MHF Lasers 390
Figure 3-148 Daylight Solutions Mid-IR 390
Figure 3-149 Daylight Solutions Controller 391
Figure 3-150 Daylight Solutions Applications 391
Figure 3-151 Daylight Solutions Laserhead 392
Table 3-152 Daylight Solutions Tunable Mid-IR External Cavity Lasers Features 394
Table 3-153 Daylight Solutions Tunable Mid-IR External Cavity Lasers Advantages 394
Table 3-154 Daylight Solutions Products 395
Figure 3-155 Daylight Solutions Fixed-Wavelength Mid-IR External-Cavity Lasers 396
Table 3-156 Daylight Solutions Fixed-Wavelength Mid-IR External-Cavity Lasers Key Features 396
Table 3-157 Daylight Solutions Fixed-Wavelength Mid-IR External-Cavity Lasers Applications 397
Figure 3-158 Daylight Solutions Mid-IR HgCdTe Detectors 398
Table 3-159 Daylight Solutions Mid-IR HgCdTe Detectors Key Features 400
Figure 3-160 BioFire Diagnostics / BioFire Defense LightScanner Master Mix 401
Figure 3-161 BioFire Diagnostics / BioFire Defense LightScanner System 403
Figure 3-162 BioFire Diagnostics / BioFire Defense FilmArray BioSurveillance System 405
Figure 3-163 BioFire Diagnostics / BioFire Defense Film/Array Test Kits 406
Table 3-164 BioFire Defense Film/Array Test Kit Sample Management 407
Figure 3-165 BioFire Diagnostics / BioFire Defense RAZOR EX BioDetection System 408
Figure 3-166 BioFire Diagnostics / BioFire Defense RAZOR® Reagent Kits 409
Figure 3-167 BioFire Diagnostics / BioFire Defense Defense Freeze-Dried Reagents & Test Kits 411
Figure 3-168 BioFire Diagnostics / BioFire Defense IT 1-2-3™ Sample Purification Kits 412
Figure 3-169 BioFire Diagnostics / BioFire Defense Bioldentification Training 413
Figure 3-170 BBI Detection Bio-threat Detection IMASS device 414
Table 3-171 BBI Detection IMASS Bio-Threat Agents Tested For 415
Table 3-172 BBI Bio-Threat Detection IMASS Device Features 416
Figure 3-173 BBI Detection Explosive Device IMASS 417
Table 3-174 BBI Detection Explosive Device IMASS Features 418
Figure 3-175 Airsense Analytics Handheld CBRNE Detector 422
Figure 3-176 Airsense Analytics Portable Detector To Identify Chemicals and Explosives 423
Figure 3-177 MKS AIRGARD®Plus CWA/TIC Ambient Air Analyzer 424
Table 3-178 MKS AIRGARD®Plus CWA/TIC Ambient Air Analyzer Features 425
Figure 3-179 MKS AIRGARD® Biogas Siloxane Monitor 426
Table 3-180 MKS AIRGARD® Biogas Siloxane Monitor Features 427
Figure 3-181 MKS MultiGas™ 2030 FTIR Continuous Gas Analyzer 428
Table 3-182 MKS MultiGas™ 2030 FTIR Continuous Gas Analyzer Features 429
Figure 3-183 MKS MultiGas™ 2032 Purity FTIR Gas Analyzer 429
Table 3-184 MKS MultiGas™ 2032 Purity FTIR Gas Analyzer Features 430
Table 3-185 Battelle SiteGuard® Robotic Threat Protection 431
Table 3-186 Battelle SiteGuard® Robotic Sensors and Detectors 433
Table 3-187 Battelle SiteGuard Features 434
Figure 3-188 Passport Systems SmartScan 3D 435
Table 3-189 Passport Systems SmartScan 3D Features 437
Figure 3-190 Passport Systems SmartShield 438
Figure 3-191 Allen Vanguard HAL Tactical 440
Figure 3-192 Endeavor Robotics 510 Packbot 442
Table 3-193 Endeavor Robotics 510 PackBot Features 443
Figure 3-194 Robot® 340 SUGV 444
Figure 3-195 Northrop Grumman Andros F6 Series 447
Table 3-196 Northrop Grumman Andros F6 Series Features 448
Figure 3-197 Northrop Grumman Remotec 449
Table 3-198 Northrop Grumman Remotec ANDROS Law Enforcement Robots Features 451
Figure 3-199 Northrop Grumman Andros F6A 453
Table 3-200 Northrop Grumman Andros Robots Functions 454
Table 3-201 Northrop Grumman Andros Robots Applications 455
Figure 3-202 Northrop Grumman ANDROS Hazmat 456
Figure 3-203 Northrop Grumman F6A with Window Breaker and Dual PAN Disrupter Mount. 457
Figure 3-204 Northrop Grumman ANDROS F6A 458
Table 3-205 Northrop Grumman F6A Features 459
Figure 3-206 Northrop Grumman Mark V-A1 460
Table 3-207 Northrop Grumman V-A1 Features 461
Figure 3-208 Northrop Grumman Andros for Law Enforcement 462
Table 3-209 Northrop Grumman Mini Andros II Features 463
Figure 3-210 Northrop Grumman Mini Andros II 464
Figure 3-211 QinetQ TALON 465
Table 3-212 QinetiQ North America’s TALON® Family Of Robots Features 466
Table 3-213 QinetiQ North America’s TALON® Family Of Robots Target Markets 467
Table 3-214 QinetiQ North America’s TALON® Family Of Robots Mission Positioning 468
Table 3-215 QinetiQ TALON Product Line 469
Table 3-216 QinetiQ TALON Expertise in Action 470
Table 3-217 QinetiQ TALON Product Line Specific Task Expansion 471
Figure 3-218 908 Devices M908 473
Table 3-219 908 Devices M908 First Responder Chemical Identification 475
Figure 3-220 Cobalt Light Systems Resolve: Rapid Detection and Identification Of Explosives, Narcotics, and Hazardous Materials 478
Table 3-221 Cobalt Resolve Capability in CBRNE Detection 479
Table 3-222 Cobalt Light Systems Resolve Features 480
Figure 3-223 Cobalt Light Systems Insight100 Series 481
Table 3-224 Cobalt Light Systems Insight100 Series Features 483
Figure 3-225 Cobalt Light Systems Insight200 Series 483
Table 3-226 Cobalt Light Systems Insight200 Series Features 485
Figure 3-227 Cobalt Light Systems Insight Range 486
Figure 3-228 Cobalt Light Systems TRS100 487
Table 3-229 Cobalt Light Systems TRS100 Features 489
Figure 3-230 Cobalt Light Systems RapID 490
Table 3-231 Cobalt Light Systems RapID Features 491
Figure 3-232 Block Engineering LaserSense-SC 493
Table 3-233 Block Engineering LaserSense-SC Features 495
Figure 3-234 Block Engineering LaserWarn 496
Table 3-235 Block Engineering LaserWarn Features 498
Figure 3-236 Block Engineering Mini-QCL 498
Table 3-237 Block Engineering Mini-QCL Features 500
Figure 3-238 Block Engineering LaserTune 501
Table 3-239 Block Engineering LaserTune Key Benefits & Advantages 502
Figure 3-240 Block Engineering MCT IR Detector Module™: Spectral Acquisition Detection 503
Table 3-241 Block Engineering MCT IR Detector Module™: Spectral Acquisition Detection Key Benefits & Advantages 504
Figure 3-242 Block Engineering Quantum Cascade Laser 505
Table 3-243 Block Engineering Tunable Mid-IR Sources Products 506
Figure 3-244 Block Engineering LaserScope Target Size 507
Table 3-245 Block Engineering Quantum Cascade Laser Products 508
Table 3-246 Block Engineering Standoff Passive FTIR Spectroscopy Products 508
Table 3-247 Block Engineering Examples of LaserScan Functions: 509
Table 3-248 Block Engineering Laserscan Product Line Functions 510
Table 3-249 Block Engineering LaserScope Functions: 511
Table 3-250 Block Engineering Quantum Cascade Laser (QCL) LaserTune™ 511
Figure 3-251 GE Security Total Checkpoint Security Solution EntryScan 513
Table 3-252 GE Security Crowd Based CBRNE Detection Applications 514
Table 3-253 GE Security Portal Target Applications 517
Figure 3-254 Kromek D3S 518
Figure 3-255 Gasmet DX4000 FTIR Gas Analyzer 520
Figure 3-256 Gasmet DX4015 521
Figure 3-257 Gasmet DX4040 523
Figure 3-258 Gasmet CR1000 Multicomponent Gas Analyzers 524
Figure 3-259 Gasmet CR2000 Quantitative Multicomponent Gas Analyzers 525
Figure 3-260 Gasmet CR4000 Quantitative Multicomponent Gas Analyzers 527
Figure 3-261 Gasmet Portable Sampling Unit 528
Figure 3-262 Gasmet Caliberator 530
Figure 3-263 Gasmet CX4000 Gas Analyzers For Continuous Monitoring Applications 532
Figure 3-264 Gasmet In Situ 533
Figure 3-265 Gasmet CEM II System 534
Figure 3-266 Gasmet Continuous Mercury Monitoring System 535
Figure 3-267 Pony Cargo & Vehicle Inspection 537
Table 3-268 Pony Cargo & Vehicle Inspection Detection Features 539
Figure 3-269 Research International Bio-Threat ASAP II for Postal Processing Applications 540
Figure 3-270 Research International ASAP V for Critical Infrastructure Protection 542
Figure 3-271 Research International BioHawk® Plus: Air Concentrator PLUS 8-Channel Bio-identification System 544
Figure 3-272 Research International SASS 4000 Plus: High-Volume Concentration Plus Wet Sample Collection 545
Figure 3-273 Research International SASS® 4100 Plus: Two-Stage Collector Plus Particle Extractor 546
Figure 3-274 Research International Remote Sensor Nodes for CBRN Monitoring 548
Figure 3-275 Research International UAV-Based Aerosol Collectors and Detectors 550
Figure 3-276 Research International Flying UAV Laboratory 550
Figure 3-277 20/20 Bioresponse BioCheck® Powder Screening Test Kit 554 First 3-278 555 Luminex 100/200 555
Figure 3-279 Luminex MAGPIX 557
Figure 3-280 Luminex FLEXMAP 3D 558
Figure 3-281 Mirion Technologies RDS 30 Radiation Survey Meter 559
Table 3-282 Mirion Technologies Features 560
Figure 3-283 Mirion Technologies RDS 31 Modular Radiation Survey Meter 560
Table 3-284 Mirion Technologies RDS 31 Modular Radiation Survey Meter Features 561
Figure 3-285 Mirion Technologies Whole Body Contamination Monitors 562
Table 3-286 Mirion Technologies Whole Body Contamination Monitors Features 563
Figure 3-287 Mirion Technologies FastTrack-Fibre Gamma Portal Monitors 564
Table 3-288 Mirion Technologies FastTrack-Fibre Gamma Portal Monitors Features 565
Figure 3-289 Mirion Technologies Hand Foot-Fibre Contamination Monitors 566
Table 3-290 Mirion Technologies Hand Foot-Fibre Contamination Monitors Features 567
Figure 3-291 Mirion Technologies Tool and Small Object Monitors 568
Table 3-292 Mirion Technologies Tool and Small Object Monitors Features 569
Figure 3-293 Mirion Technologies WRM2 Wireless Remote Monitoring System 570
Table 3-294 Mirion Technologies WRM2 Wireless Remote Monitoring System Features 571
Figure 3-295 Mirion Technologies Underwater Wireless Remote Monitoring 572
Table 3-296 Mirion Technologies Underwater Wireless Remote Monitoring Features 573
Figure 3-297 Mirion Technologies SPIR-Ace Radiation Isotope Identification Device 573
Table 3-298 Mirion Technologies SPIR-Ace Radiation Isotope Identification Device Features574
Figure 3-299 Mirion Technologies SPIR-Pack Human Portable Detection and Identification 575
Table 3-300 Mirion Technologies SPIR-Pack Human Portable Detection and Identification Features 576
Figure 3-301 Mirion Technologies DRM Radiation Area Monitoring 577
Table 3-302 Mirion Technologies DRM Radiation Area Monitoring Features 578
Figure 3-303 Mirion Technologies AMP Radiation Area Monitoring System 578
Table 3-304 Mirion Technologies AMP Radiation Area Monitoring System Features 579
Figure 3-305 Berkeley Nucleonics Isotope Identifier with Reachback 580
Figure 3-306 Berkeley Nucleonics Radiation Detection Isotope Identifiers 581
Figure 3-307 Berkeley Nucleonics Radiation Detection Isotope Identifier Backback 583
Figure 3-308 Berkeley Nucleonics Carrying Case 584
Figure 3-309 Berkeley Nucleonics Model RD-150 — Vehicle-Mounted Radiation Detection System 585
Figure 3-310 Berkeley Nucleonics Model MCA2500R Fully Digital Multi-Channel Analyzer Designed for NaI Based Nuclear Spectroscopy 587
Figure 3-311 Berkeley Nucleonics Model 940 Radiation Isotope Identifier (RIID) 589
Figure 3-312 Berkeley Nucleonics Model 970 — Portable Multi-Channel Analyzer (MCA) 590
Figure 3-313 PHDS Measurement Services 594
Figure 3-314 PHDS NPX-M Planar Imaging Germanium Detector System 595
Figure 3-315 PHDS GGC Germanium Gamma Camera 597
Figure 3-316 PHDS GGC Germanium Gamma Camera Description 598
Figure 3-317 Radiation Shield Technologies Demron 599
Volume 2
4 CBRNe Research and Technology 192
4.1 Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, Explosives (CBRNE) 192
4.2 Chemical Agents 194
4.2.1 Chemical Detection Research: Infrared Standoff Distance Detection Systems 194
4.3 Biological Agents 196
4.4 National Strategy for Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives (CBRNE) Standards 197
4.4.1 US MIL-STD-810G CBRNe Standards 199
4.4.2 ANSI N42.32 Personal Radiation Detector 199
4.5 US CBRNE Defense Act of 2016 201
4.6 Bruker Fourier Transform Infrared Technology 202
4.6.1 Bruker Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay 205
4.6.2 Bruker Radiological Detection 205
4.7 FLIR Technology 206
4.7.1 FLIR System Design and Integration 207
4.7.2 FLIR Sensing Materials 207
4.7.3 FLIR Lasers and Laser Components 208
4.7.4 FLIR Tactical Platforms 208
4.8 Daylight Solutions Laser Technology 209
4.8.1 Daylight Solutions Über Tuner™ Broad Tuning Pulsed Lasers 209
4.8.2 Daylight Solutions Enhanced-Stability CW-Mode Hop-Free Mid-IR Laser 211
4.8.3 Daylight Solutions Room-Temperature, Low-Noise Amplified MCT Detector Core Technology 213
4.8.4 Daylight Solutions Digital Object Identifier 215
4.8.5 Daylight Solutions Power Technology Applications 216
4.8.6 Daylight Solutions Power Technology Sensors Integrated With Wireless Capability 217
4.8.7 Daylight Solutions Power Technology ECqcL Used For Illumination Applications 218
5 CBRNE Detection Device Company Profiles 219
5.1 20/20 GeneSystems / 20/20 BioResponse 219
5.2 3M 220
5.2.1 3M Global Innovation 220
5.2.1 3M at a Glance (Year-end 2014) 221
5.2.2 3M Revenue 222
5.2.3 3M Biometric Customers 225
5.2.4 3M Business Groups 226
5.2.5 3M/Cogent Systems 228
5.3 908 Devices 228
5.3.1 908 Devices Applied Science & Chemistry 229
5.4 Agilent Technologies 229
5.4.1 Agilent Technologies 5975T GC/MSD 233
5.5 AirBoss of America Corporation 233
5.5.1 AirBoss of America First Response Products 234
5.5.2 AirBoss Defense Products 235
5.5.3 AirBoss Patient Isolation Control (ISO-POD) and Accessories 235
5.5.4 AirBoss of America (TSX:BOS) Acquires Immediate Response Technologies, LLC (“IRT”) 236
5.6 Airbus Defense & Space 237
5.6.1 Airbus Bought Cassidian 238
5.7 Airsense Analytics 238
5.8 Air Techniques International 238
5.8.1 Air Techniques EBS™ Real-Time Bio-Detection Sensor 240
5.9 Allen-Vanguard 245
5.10 Argon Electronics Ltd. 246
5.10.1 Argon Electronics RDS-200-SIM 247
5.10.2 Argon Electronics Hapsite GC/MS – Inficon 249
5.10.3 Argon Electronics LCD3.2e-SIM 251
5.10.4 Argon Electronics S4PE-SIM – Proengin 253
5.10.5 Argon Electronics DT616-SIM – Canberra 255
5.10.6 Argon Electronics SAM940-SIM-NaI-P 257
5.10.7 Argon Electronics GMP-11-SIM 259
5.10.8 Argon Electronics NASCAP 261
5.11 ATI 262
5.12 Avon Protection 263
5.13 B&W Tek 263
5.14 Batelle 264
5.15 BBI Detection 265
5.16 Berkeley Nucleonics 266
5.17 Bertin Technologies 268
5.18 bioMérieux 269
5.18.1 bioMérieux / BioFire Diagnostics 271
5.18.2 BioFire Molecular Diagnostics 271
5.18.3 BioFire Defense 271
5.18.4 BioFire Diagnostics / BioFire Defense BioSurveillance Systems 272
5.19 BioQuell 272
5.20 Block MEMS LLC 275
5.20.1 Block Engineering 276
5.20.2 Block Positioned To Expand Commercial Markets 277
5.20.3 Block Engineering Contracts 278
5.20.4 Block Engineering LaserScan™ Analyzer 279
5.20.5 Block Engineering: Developer Of High Performance QCL and FT-IR Spectrometers 279
5.20.6 Block MEMS Receives $4.5 Million Development Contract for MEMS Gas Sensor 280
5.21 Blücher 282
5.22 Bracco Diagnostics / RSDecon 283
5.23 Bruker Detection 284
5.23.1 Bruker Business 285
5.23.2 Bruker CBRNE Strengths 286
5.23.3 Bruker CBRNE Challenges 287
5.23.4 Bruker Business Segments 288
5.23.5 Bruker BioSpin Group BSI Segment 288
5.23.6 Bruker CALID Group 292
5.23.7 Bruker Detection Division 293
5.23.8 Bruker Optics Division 293
5.23.9 Bruker Management Discussion 294
5.23.10 Bruker Competition 295
5.24 Canadian Technology Systems 296
5.25 Canberra 296
5.26 CBRNE Command 299
5.27 Cegelec 300
5.28 Cepheid 301
5.28.1 Cepheid CBRNE 305
5.29 Chemring Group PLC 307
5.29.1 Chemring CBRNE Detection Systems Strengths 310
5.29.2 Chemring CBRNE Detection Systems Challenges 310
5.30 Cobalt Light Systems 310
5.30.1 Cobalt Technologies 311
5.30.2 Cobalt Technologies Biomedical Applications 312
5.30.3 Cobalt Technologies Forensic Archaeology 312
5.31 CRISTANINI S.p.A. 312
5.31.1 Cristanini SANIJET C. 921 314
5.31.2 Cristanini Sanijet 315
5.31.3 Cristanini PSDS 1.5 MIL 316
5.31.4 Cristanini PDS/10 MIL 316
5.31.5 Cristanini PRNDS/12 MIL 317
5.31.6 Cristanini SHELTER CBRN/2 317
5.31.7 Cristanini SKID/NBCR 318
5.31.8 Cristanini DDMAS 319
5.31.9 Cristanini Inflatable Shower Tent 320
5.31.10 Cristanini TSDM - Tactical Steam Decon Module 320
5.32 CUBRC 321
5.32.1 CUBRC / Avarint 321
5.32.2 CUBRC / Avarint CBRN Capabilities 321
5.32.3 CUBRC Test and Evaluation 322
5.32.4 CUBRC / Avarint C4ISR Modeling & Simulation 323
5.33 Daylight Solutions 325
5.33.1 Daylight Solutions Mid-IR 325
5.33.2 $15Million Equity for Daylight Includes Northrop Grumman Funds 326
5.33.3 Daylight Solutions Manufacturing Expansion 327
5.33.4 Daylight Solutions Collaborations 328
5.33.5 Daylight Solutions Quantum Cascade Laser Technology 329
5.34 Defense Collaboration Services / DCS 329
5.34.1 DCS / OptiMetrics Inc 330
5.35 Decon7 Systems 330
5.36 Defentect Group Inc 331
5.37 DHS Systems International Ltd 331
5.38 Drägerwerk AG & Co KGaA 332
5.38.1 Drager CBRNE Military Special Operations 332
5.38.2 Drager Revenue 333
5.38.3 Dräger Evita Infinity® V500 336
5.38.4 Dräger Evita XL 337
5.39 Dugway Proving Ground 338
5.40 DuPont / Genencor 339
5.40.1 DuPont Biological Hazard Protection 340
5.40.2 DuPont / Genencor 340
5.41 Edgewood Chemical Biologican Center 340
5.42 Elbit 341
5.43 Emergent BioSolution 342
5.43.1 Emergent BioSolutions Second Quarter and Six Months 2016 Financial Results 343
5.43.2 Emergent Global Specialty Life Sciences Company 345
5.43.3 Emergent BioDefense, BioSolutions Strengths 346
5.43.4 Emergent BioSolutions Challenges 348
5.44 Endeavor Robotics 348
5.44.1 Endeavor Robotics 349
5.44.2 Endeavor Robotics Partners With Persistent Systems 350
5.44.3 RE2 Robotics and Endeavor Robotics Partnership 351
5.44.4 iRobot Defence Unit Relaunches as Endeavor Robotics 352
5.44.5 Endeavor Robotics 353
5.44.6 Endeavor Robotics Defense and Security: Protecting Those in Harm’s Way 354
5.44.7 Endeavor Robotics Role In The Robot Industry 354
5.44.8 Endeavor Robotics Strategy 355
5.44.9 Endeavor Robotics Technology 358
5.44.10 Endeavor Robotics Distributors for U.S. Public Safety 360
5.45 Environics 361
5.46 Eurolite CBRN 361
5.47 Federal Resources 361
5.47.1 Mission Critical Solutions from Federal Resources 361
5.47.2 Federal Resources Equipment 362
5.47.3 Federal Resources Specializes in HazMat Solutions for Military and Specialty Markets 362
5.47.4 Federal Resources FR Solutions 365
5.47.5 Federal Resources HazmatIQ First Responder Training 365
5.47.6 Federal Resources Integrated CBRNE Equipment Training 366
5.48 First Line Technology 368
5.49 FLIR Systems, Inc. 369
5.49.1 FLIR Revenue 370
5.49.2 FLIR Systems Advanced Sensing Technologies 373
5.49.3 FLIR Systems Advanced Sensing Technologies Strengths 373
5.49.4 FLIR Systems Advanced Sensing Technologies Challenges 374
5.49.5 FLIR Organized in Six Operating Segments: 377
5.49.6 FLIR Training 382
5.49.7 FLIR Sales and Distribution 382
5.49.8 FLIR Sensor Systems 382
5.49.9 FLIR Systems Thermography Products 383
5.49.10 FLIR Systems Infrared Technology 384
5.49.11 FLIR Systems 384
5.49.12 FLIR Systems 385
5.49.13 FLIR Systems Competitive Strengths 389
5.49.14 FLIR Systems Commercial Operating Model 391
5.49.15 FLIR Systems Vertically Integrated Manufacturing 391
5.49.16 FLIR Systems Industry-Leading Market Position 392
5.49.17 FLIR Systems Broad Product Line 392
5.49.18 FLIR Systems Internally-Funded Innovation 393
5.49.19 FLIR Systems Diverse Customer Base 393
5.49.20 FLIR Systems Global Distribution Capabilities 394
5.49.21 FLIR Systems Continually Reduces Costs 396
5.49.22 FLIR Systems Expands Global Reach 397
5.49.23 FLIR Systems Builds Application Awareness and Brand 397
5.49.24 FLIR Begins Shipping Fido X2 Explosives Trace Detector 398
5.49.25 FLIR / ICX Technologies 399
5.50 Futuretech / Kärcher Futuretech GmbH 399
5.51 GasMet 400
5.52 GE Sensors: Measurement & Control Solutions 402
5.52.1 GE Wireless Sensor Networks 406
5.52.2 GE's XMTC Thermal Conductivity Transmitter 408
5.52.3 GE's 300 Pressure Series Sensors 409
5.52.4 GE Applications for Wireless Sensor Networks 409
5.53 GenPrime 410
5.53.1 FDA Clears GenPrime for Detection of Drugs of Abuse 411
5.53.2 GenPrime Bio Warfare Agent Detector 412
5.54 Homeland DefSec 413
5.55 ICOR Technology Robots 413
5.42.1 ICOR ScanX Scout™ Digital Imaging System 414
5.42.2 ICOR Technology MK3 Caliber 415
5.42.3 Icor CALIBER® T5 417
5.42.4 Icor Mini-CALIBER® 419
5.42.5 Icor MICRO-CALIBER® Rapid Response 420
5.43 Illumina HiSeq 2000 Sequencing System 421
5.44 Indra 422
5.45 Inficon 423
5.46 Intelagard Inc 425
5.47 ITL Solutions 425
5.48 Johnson Controls 425
5.48.1 Tyco 426
5.48.2 Tyco / Scott Safety 426
5.49 Kärcher Futuretech GmbH 427
5.49.1 Karcher Revenue 427
5.50 KD Analytical 433
5.50.1 KD Analytical Available Instruments 433
5.50.2 Thermo Scientific GC6890 Laboratory Gas Chromatograph 434
5.50.3 RAE Systeems MultiRAE Plus and Pro PID Gas Detectors 435
5.51 Kestrel Corporation Optical and Sensor Innovations 435
5.51.1 Kestrel Solutions Used for Safe Stand-Off Detection Of Threats 436
5.51.2 Kestrel Wavefront Sensing Innovations 438
5.51.3 Kestrel Hyperspectral Innovations 438
5.51.4 Kestrel Biomedical Innovations 439
5.51.5 Kestrel Hyperspectral Fundus Imager 440
5.51.6 Kestrel Adaptive Optics Fundus Imager 441
5.51.7 Kestrel Computer-Aided Detection (CAD) SW 441
5.52 Kromek Group plc 442
5.53 Lakeland Industries 442
5.54 Ludlum Measurements, Inc 443
5.55 Luminex 449
5.56 Meridian Medical Technologies 450
5.57 Mirion Technologies 450
5.58 MKS 451
5.59 Morphix Technologies 452
5.59.1 Morphix Effectiveness Comparison of Kit vs. Wipes vs Pens 456
5.60 Nexter Group 457
5.60.1 Nexter Robotics 458
5.60.2 Nexter Group / NBC Sys 460
5.60.3 NBC-Sys Military and Civilian Applications 462
5.60.4 NBC-Sys Detection Systems 462
5.60.5 NBC-Sys Individual Protection 463
5.60.6 NBC-Sys Collective Protection – Air Conditioning and Filtration Unit For Vehicles, Tents and Ships 463
5.60.7 NBC-Sys Decontamination Systems 463
5.60.8 NBC-Sys Service 464
5.61 Nor E First Response Inc 464
5.62 Northrop Grumman 464
5.62.1 Northrop Grumman Made The ‘Bomb Robot’ That Dallas Police Used To Kill Sniper Suspect 465
5.62.2 Northrop Grumman Revenue 468
5.62.3 Northrop Grumman Remotec 471
5.62.4 Northrop Grumman Leading Global Security Company 471
5.62.5 Northrop Grumman Supplies Marine Navigation Equipment 473
5.62.6 Northrop Grumman Recognized by UK Ministry of Defense for Role in Supporting Sentry AWACS Aircraft During Military Operations in Libya 474
5.62.7 Northrop Grumman Corporation subsidiary Remotec Inc. Upgrades the U.S. Air Force Fleet of Andros HD-1 475
5.62.8 Northrop Grumman NAV CANADA Supplier 475
5.63 Omega Technical Services 477
5.64 OSI Systems 478
5.64.1 OSI Systems / RTT EDS technology 479
5.64.2 OSI / Rapiscan 479
5.64.3 OSI Systems Acquires American Science and Engineering 481
5.65 Owlstone Inc. 482
5.66 OWR 483
5.67 Passport Systems 483
5.68 Paul Boye Technologies 484
5.69 PHDS Co 485
5.70 Pony Industry 487
5.71 PositiveID Corporation / E-N-G Mobile Systems 491
5.71.1 PositiveID Corporation E-N-G MobiLab Systems Partner of Agilent Technologies 492
5.72 Proengin 493
5.72.1 Proengin Flame Spectrometry Technology Provides Wider Range Of Chemicals Detector 495
5.72.2 Proengin Flame Spectrometry Technology Provides Biological Detector, MAB 495
5.73 QinetiQ 495
5.73.1 QinetQ Comprised Of Experts 501
5.73.2 QinetiQ North America TALON Detects Deadly IEDs and Saves Lives 501
5.73.3 QinetiQ World-Leading Products: 503
5.73.4 QinetiQ Innovation 505
5.73.5 QinetiQ North America 506
5.73.6 QinetiQ Revenue 507
5.73.7 QinetiQ Vision 508
5.73.8 QinetiQ Mission 508
5.73.9 QinetiQ / Foster Miller 508
5.73.10 QinetiQ / Foster Miller Financial Position 510
5.73.11 QinetiQ North America Order for 100 Dragon Runner 10Micro Robots: 512
5.73.12 QinetiQ / Automatika 514
5.73.13 QinetiQ Customer Base 515
5.73.14 QinetiQ Australia 518
5.79.15 QinetiQ Strategic Response to Threats 518
5.74 Riken Keiki 520
5.75 RKI 524
5.76 Roche Diagnostics 525
5.76.1 Roche Revenue 526
5.76.2 Roche CBRNE Molecular Diagnostic Assay 527
5.77 SERB Laboratories 527
5.78 Smiths Group / Smiths Detection 528
5.78.1 Smiths CBRNE Strengths 528
5.78.2 Smiths CBRNE Challenges 529
5.78.3 Smiths Detection Acquires Morpho Detection 529
5.78.4 Smiths Morpho Government ID Solutions 531
5.78.5 Morpho Population & Voter Registration 535
5.78.6 Morpho Healthcare Solutions 540
5.78.7 Morpho Public Security 540
5.78.8 Morpho Register Customers & Manage Employee Identities 544
5.78.9 Morpho Trust Services 545
5.78.10 Morpho Solutions for Telecom 547
5.78.11 Morpho Gaming Solutions 549
5.78.12 Morpho Aviation & Border Security 549
5.78.13 Morpho Border Mobile Control Terminal 550
5.78.14 Morpho Access Control Terminals 551
5.78.15 MorphoAccess® and Bioscrypt Best Of Breed Fingerprint Identification Terminal 552
5.78.16 Morpho MorphoAccess J Series 553
5.78.17 Morpho Bioscrypt 4G V-Flex Lite 555
5.78.18 Morpho Bioscrypt 4G V-Station WR 557
5.78.19 Morpho Bioscrypt 4G V-Station WR 559
5.78.20 Morpho Morpho 3D Face Reader 561
5.78.21 Fingerprint Recognition 563
5.78.22 Morpho System™ 565
5.78.23 Morpho MorphoPerso 566
5.78.24 Morpho ID Documents Uniqueness Protections 567
5.78.25 Morpho MorphoCheck™ 569
5.78.26 Morpho MorphoRapID™ 570
5.78.27 Smiths Detection 571
5.78.28 Smiths Detection Solutions 571
5.78.29 Egyptian Ministry of Defence Chooses Smiths Detection To
Provide Advanced Aviation Security Systems 572
5.79 Spectrex Inc. 575
5.79.1 Spectrex Detectors Installed in World's Largest Refinery 576
5.80 STERIS Corp 577
5.80.1 STERIS Corp NTDS Decontamination System 578
5.80.2 STERIS Corp CBDS Decontamination System 581
5.80.3 STERIS Corp TCRWADS Decontamination System 582
5.80.4 STERIS Corp Bio-Thermal Decontamination System 583
5.80.5 STERIS Corp Hot Air Decontamination System 583
5.81 Telerob 584
5.81.1 Telerob 584
5.82 Telops 585
5.83 Thales 585
5.83.1 Thales Core Businesses 586
5.83.2 Thales: - A Global Player 587
5.83.3 Thales Key Technology Domains 588
5.83.4 Thales Open Research 589
5.83.5 Thales Stance on Environment 590
5.83.6 Thales Processes 590
5.83.7 Thales Product Design 590
5.83.8 Thales Site Management 590
5.83.9 Thales Group Ground Master 400 (GM 400) 591
5.83.10 Thales Group Ground Smarter 1000 592
5.83.11 Thales Group 593
5.84 Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc. 595
5.84.1 Thermo Fisher Scientific Revenue 596
5.84.2 Thermo Fisher CBRNE Strengths 598
5.84.3 Thermo Fisher CBRNE Challenges 598
5.84.4 Fisher Scientific Channels Brand 599
5.84.5 Thermo Fisher Scientific Acquires Laser-Based Gas Detection Company NovaWave Technologies 599
5.84.6 Thermo Fisher / NovaWave Selected for CPP Participation 601
5.84.7 Thermo Fischer Scientific / NovaWave Technologies 601
5.84.8 Thermo Fisher Business 602
5.84.9 Thermo Fisher Bio-Production 606
5.84.10 Thermo Fisher Management Discussion 608
5.85 Thorlabs 608
5.85.1 Thorlabs Acquires QCL Manufacturer Maxion Technologies 609
5.85.2 Maxion Technologies 610
5.85.3 Maxion and the University of Maryland, Baltimore County 613
5.86 W. B. Johnson Instruments 613
5.87 Companies With Products in the CBRNE Detection or CBRNE Market 615
WinterGreen Research, 660
WinterGreen Research Research Methodology 661
Table 3-21 Bruker Hand-Held Radiation Survey Meter Key Applications 24
Table 3-21 Bruker Hand-Held Radiation Survey Meter Key Applications 120
Figure 4-1 Chemical Agents 194
Figure 4-2 Biological Agents 196
Table 4-3 US Government Interagency Group for CBRNE Standards Aims 198
Table 4-4 Bruker Fourier Transform Infrared FT-IR Reading Sources and Types 203
Table 4-5 FLIR Technology 206
Table 4-6 FLIR Technology Systems 207
Figure 4-7 Daylight Solutions Über Tuner™ Broad Tuning Pulsed Lasers 209
Table 4-8 Daylight Solutions Über Tuner™ Broad Tuning Pulsed Lasers Features 210
Figure 4-9 Daylight Solutions Enhanced-Stability CW-Mode Hop-Free Mid-IR Laser 211
Table 4-10 Daylight Solutions Enhanced-Stability CW-Mode Hop-Free Mid-IR Laser Features 212
Table 4-11 Daylight Solutions Core Technology 213
Figure 4-12 Daylight Solutions' Core Technology 214
Table 4-13 Daylight Solutions Power Technology Mid IR Sensor Applications 216
Table 4-13 Daylight Solutions Power Technology Mid IR Sensor Applications 217
Table 5-1 3M Values 226
Table 5-2 3M Business Groups 226
Figure 5-3 Agilent Technologies 5975T GC/MSD 229
Figure 5-4 Agilent Strategic Target Growth Markets 231
Figure 5-5 Agilent Strategic Target Growth Markets 232
Figure 5-6 AirBoss of America First Response Products 234
Table 5-7 AirBoss Patient Isolation Control (ISO-POD) and Accessories Benefits & Features 236
Figure 5-8 Air Techniques EBS PRODUCT 240
Figure 5-9 Argon Electronics RDS-200-SIM 247
Table 5-10 Argon Electronics RDS-200-SIM Features 248
Figure 5-11 Argon Electronics Hapsite GC/MS – Inficon 249
Table 5-12 Argon Electronics Hapsite GC/MS – Inficon Features 250
Figure 5-13 Argon Electronics LCD3.2e-SIM 251
Table 5-14 Argon Electronics LCD3.2e-SIM Features 252
Figure 5-15 Argon Electronics S4PE-SIM – Proengin 253
Table 5-18 Argon Electronics S4PE-SIM – Proengin Features 254
Figure 5-17 Argon Electronics DT616-SIM – Canberra 255
Table 5-18 Argon Electronics DT616-SIM – Canberra Features 256
Figure 5-19 Argon Electronics SAM940-SIM-NaI-P 257
Table 5-20 Argon Electronics SAM940-SIM-NaI-P Features 258
Figure 5-21 Argon Electronics GMP-11-SIM 259
Table 5-22 Argon Electronics GMP-11-SIM Features 260
Figure 5-23 Argon Electronics NASCAP 261
Table 5-24 Argon Electronics NASCAP Features 262
Figure 5-25 Bioquell CBRN Filtration Systems 273
Figure 5-26 BioQuell Air Filter CBRNE 274
Table 5-27 Block Engineering LaserScope IR Microscope Key Benefits & Advantages 281
Figure 5-28 Blücher CBRNE Protective Gear 283
Figure 5-29 Canberra Portable Radiation Detector 297
Figure 5-30 Canberra Worldwide Market Presence 298
Table 5-31 Chemring Detection Systems Legacy Programs 308
Table 5-32 Chemring Detection Systems Current Military Products 309
Table 5-33 Chemring Detection Systems Current Commercial Products 309
Table 5-34 Cobalt Technologies SORS and TRS techniques Analysis of Diffusely Scattering Materials 311
Figure 5-35 Cristanini 314
Figure 5-36 Cristanini Sanijet 315
Figure 5-37 Cristanini PSDS 1.5 MIL 316
Figure 5-38 Cristanini PDS/10 MIL 316
Figure 5-39 Cristanini PRNDS/12 MIL 317
Figure 5-40 Cristanini SHELTER CBRN/2 317
Figure 5-41 Cristanini SKID/NBCR 318
Figure 5-42 Cristanini DDMAS 319
Figure 5-43 Cristanini Inflatable Shower Tent 320
Figure 5-44 Cristanini TSDM - Tactical Steam Decon Module 320
Table 5-45 Cubrc Technologies and Services 324
Figure 5-46 Drager CBRNE for Military Special Operations 332
Figure 5-47 Draergerwerk Dräger Evita Infinity® V500 336
Figure 5-47 Draergerwerk Dräger Evita XL 337
Figure 5-48 Endeavor Robotics Target Markets 349
Figure 5-49 Endeavor Robotics Worldwide Presence with Law Enforcement Robotics 353
Table 5-50 Endeavor Robotics Strategy Key elements 356
Table 5-51 Endeavor Robotics Strategy Key Common Platforms and Software Elements 357
Table 5-52 Endeavor Robotics Distributors for U.S. Public Safety 360
Table 5-53 Federal Resources Corporate Divisions 362
Figure 5-54 Federal Resources Equipment 363
Table 5-55 Federal Resources Integrated CBRNE Equipment Training Features 367
Table 5-56 FLIR Systems Advanced Sensing Technologies Benefits 375
Table 5-57 FLIR Systems Thermal Imaging Infrared Cameras Target Markets 379
Table 5-58 FLIR Systems Commercial Vision Applications 380
Table 5-59 FLIR Systems Sensor Applications 385
Table 5-60 FLIR Systems Sensor Uses 386
Table 5-61 FLIR Systems Sensor Market Segments 388
Table 5-62 FLIR Detection System Sensor Applications 389
Table 5-63 FLIR Mid IR Thermal Imaging Systems Benefits 390
Figure 5-64 GasMet Portable Gas Monitoring Device 401
Figure 5-65 GE Wireless Sensor Networks 407
Table 5-66 ICOR ScanX Scout™ Digital Imaging System Functions 414
Figure 5-67 ICOR Technology MK3 Caliber 415
Figure 5-68 Icor CALIBER® T5 417
Figure 5-69 Icor Mini-CALIBER® 419
Figure 5-70 Icor MICRO-CALIBER® Rapid Response 420
Figure 5-71 Inficon Hapsite Portable GC/MS 423
Figure 5-72 Karcher Market Presence World Map 2015 428
Table 5-73 Karcher Employees 2015 429
Figure 5-74 Karcher Sales, Revenue and Units Shipped 430
Figure 5-75 Karcher Number of Products Offered 431
Figure 5-76 Karcher CBRNE Protection Systems 432
Figure 5-77 KD Analytical Available Instruments 433
Figure 5-78 Agilent Micro GC Portable Gas Analyzer 434
Figure 5-79 RAE Systems MultiRAE Plus and Pro PID Gas Detectors 435
Figure 5-80 Ludlum Measurements Radiation Detector Type 444
Figure 5-81 Ludlum Measurements Radiation Detectors 445
Figure 5-82 Ludlum Measurements Alpha Radiation Detector 447
Figure 5-83 Ludlum Measurements High Range Alpha Ion Chamber 448
Figure 5-84 Morphix TraceX® Explosive Detection Kit 453
Figure 5-85 Morphix Kit Tests For Explosives For Bomb Squads 454
Figure 5-86 Nexter Robotics 458
Table 5-87 Northrop Grumman Partner Positioning 471
Figure 5-88 Northrop Grumman Systems Segments 472
Figure 5-89 Northrop Grumman Portfolio 473
Figure 5-90 Nuclear Germanium Detector 486
Table 5-91 Pony Industry Main Customers 488
Figure 5-92 E-N-G MobiLab Systems 492
Table 5-93 QinetiQ Vision 508
Figure 5-94 QinetiQ Dragon Runner Urban Operations Rugged Ultra-Compact, Lightweight and Portable Reconnaissance Robot 513
Table 5-95 QinetiQ Customer Base 515
Figure 5-96 Riken Keiki Gas Detection Markets Addressed 522
Figure 5-97 Riken Keiki International Market Presence 523
Table 5-98 Morpho Government ID Solutions 532
Figure 5-99 Morpho MorphoCivis™ 534
Table 5-100 Morpho Population & Voter Registration Modules 535
Table 5-101 Morpho's Population Registration Solutions Technology 536
Table 5-102 Morpho National ID Graphically and / Or Electronically Personalized 538
Table 5-103 Morpho Civil Identity Management Travel Document Biometrics Advantages 539
Figure 5-104 Morpho Identity Management 542
Table 5-105 Morpho Public and Private Sector Security Systems Solutions 543
Table 5-106 Morpho Solutions for Financial Institutions 546
Table 5-107 Morpho Solution Elements for Telecom 548
Table 5-108 Morpho Access Control Terminal Types 551
Figure 5-109 Morpho MorphoAccess® SIGMA Series 552
Table 5-110 Morpho Morphoaccess® and Bioscrypt Sigma Series Features 553
Figure 5-111 Morpho MorphoAccess® J Series 553 553
Figure 5-112 Morpho MorphoAccess® J Series Models and Main Features 554
Figure 5-113 Morpho Bioscrypt 4G V-Flex Lite 555 555
Table 5-114 556
Figure 5-115 Morpho Bioscrypt 4G V-Station Extreme 557 557
Table 5-116 558
Figure 5-117 Morpho Bioscrypt 4G V-Station Extreme 559 559
Table 5-118 560
Figure 5-119 Morpho Morpho 3D Face Reader Features 561
Table 5-120 Morpho 3D Face Reader Main features 562
Figure 5-121 Fingerprint Recognition 563
Table 5-122 Morpho System Aspects 565
Figure 5-123 Morpho MorphoPerso 566
Table 5-124 MorphoPerso ID Documents Lifecycle Management Flexible Solution 568
Figure 5-125 Morpho MorphoCheck™ 569
Figure 5-126 Morpho MorphoRapID™ 570
Table 5-127 Smiths Detection CBRNE Technologies 574
Figure 5-128 STERIS Corp NTDS Decontamination System 578
Table 5-129 Steris NTDS Ruggedized System Functions 579
Figure 5-130 STERIS Corp CBDS Decontamination System 581
Figure 5-131 STERIS Corp TCRWADS Decontamination System 582
Table 5-132 Thales Key Technology Domains 589
Figure 5-133 Thales Measurable Environmental Targets 591
Figure 5-134 Thales Group GROUND Master 400 591
Table 5-135 Thales Group GROUND Master 400 Key Features: 592
Table 5-136 Thales Group Ground Smarter 1000 Key Features: 593
Figure 5-137 Thales Critical Decision Chain 594
Table 5-138 Maxion Technologies Laser Product Segment Positioning 611
Figure 5-139 W. B. Johnson Radiation Detection Handheld Instruments 614

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  • Future of the Qatari Defense Industry - Market Attractiveness, Competitive Landscape and Forecasts to 2021
    Published: 30-Sep-2016        Price: US 1250 Onwards        Pages: 206
    Summary The Future of the Qatari Defense Industry - Market Attractiveness, Competitive Landscape and Forecasts to 2021, published by Strategic Defence Intelligence, provides readers with detailed analysis of both historic and forecast defense industry values, factors influencing demand, the challenges faced by industry participants, analysis of industry leading companies, and key news. Key Findings Over the historic period, Qata......
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