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December 2-5, 2024 |
Fort Lauderdale, Florida

December 2-5, 2024 | Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Exhibitor List & Floorplan

The 2024 CBD S&T Conference is excited to welcome exhibitors! Browse the line-up of exhibitions in alpha order and view the floorplan for booth locations.

Organizations interested in purchasing booth space can view available booths by clicking the floorplan. Enter available booth numbers in the exhibit space preference section of the exhibit payment and registration form. Don’t miss out, book space by October 4, 2024

Please note that an exhibitor’s participation at the 2024 CBD S&T Conference does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation of any kind by the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA).

Exhibitor Listing

Booth Number: 100 

908 Devices Inc. is revolutionizing chemical analysis with its simple handheld and desktop devices, addressing life-altering applications. The Company’s devices are used at the point-of-need to interrogate unknown and invisible materials and provide quick, actionable answers to directly address some of the most critical problems in bioprocessing, pharma/biopharma, forensics, life sciences research and adjacent markets. The Company is headquartered in the heart of Boston, where it designs and manufactures innovative products that bring together the power of complementary analytical technologies, microfluidic sampling and separations, software automation, and machine learning.


Booth Number: 305-306 

Amaratek tackles Wicked Problems with cutting-edge technology. Their team of chemists and engineers designs innovative solutions that significantly enhance security and safety in diverse environments. Amaratek pioneers advanced sensor systems capable of unequivocally identifying trace chemicals and develops robust equipment for threat denial and agent defeat, effectively mitigating risks from chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive hazards. Their dedication to innovation ensures frontline responders and security forces worldwide have essential tools to protect communities and critical infrastructure. Through rigorous research and development, Amaratek remains at the forefront of addressing complex threats, offering reliable solutions that meet the evolving challenges of modern security landscapes. Additionally, Amaratek provides technical support for CONUS and OCONUS testing and evaluation on military and private ranges, including operations at their Remote Desert Testing Facility.


Booth Number: 208-209 

For over 70 years, government agencies and industry alike have trusted Battelle to solve their most complex chemical and biological defense challenges. Tap our expertise spanning decades and dozens of interrelated scientific disciplines, unmatched chemical and biological test facilities, advanced product design and manufacturing, and objectivity as the world’s largest independent R&D organization.


Booth Number: 203 

BaySpec, Inc. was founded by optical engineers on the premise of manufacturing rugged, reliable, high-performance devices. Despite the company’s relatively small size, we weathered the boom and bust of the telecommunications technology industry, outperforming many large competitors to become one of the market leaders, having shipped more than 35,000 different spectroscopic systems. The same approaches that enabled our systems to weather the telecom competition have also been utilized in our spectroscopy devices.Unlike most optical device companies today, BaySpec manufactures every major component of our systems in-house in the USA. From packaging the detectors, to manufacturing the gratings, to developing the control electronics and operating software, we do it all in our Silicon Valley headquarters. This vertical integration allows us to be much more creative and extremely cost-effective, truly setting BaySpec apart from the competition.


Booth Number: 205 

CUBRC and Avarint are distinguished industry leaders in innovative chemical and biological defense research, development, test and evaluation (RDT&E). We provide a full spectrum of chemical and biological T&E in our high-containment chemical surety and BSL-2 / BSL-3 laboratory facilities. CUBRC also partners with biotech companies to secure non-dilutive funding for the advancement of medical countermeasure technologies. We have been a trusted partner and service provider to the chemical and biological defense and public health communities for over 40 years.


Booth Number: 303 

Heathcoat Fabrics is the UK’s largest privately owned technical textile manufacturer, renowned for its commitment to quality and pioneering innovation. Specialising in developing and producing highly engineered technical textiles, Heathcoat Fabrics contribute to some of the most innovative fabric-making projects in the world, pushing boundaries in textile engineering while prioritising sustainability. CBRN fabric technology is a core proficiency of Heathcoat’s highly specialised business which includes the ability to impregnate a range of textile constructions with CWA adsorbent compounds. Heathcoat’s latest revolutionary CBRN material is poised to transform chemical defence applications. The PFAS-free NeutraliZr™ textile offers unparalleled capabilities in rapidly adsorbing and detoxifying chemical warfare agents. As part of the US DoD UIPE program, the non-shedding NeutraliZr™ material has been incorporated into PFAS-free CBRN garments and a unique decon mitt application.


Booth Number: 104 

Headquartered in Reston VA, and with team members located in North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia, JGW have been active in the CBRNE world for more than 40 years. JGW provides comprehensive Training, Marketing and Sales, Business Development, Strategic Planning, Contractual Intelligence, Acquisition Support and Proposal Preparation to meet client companies’ diverse needs.


Booth Number: 200 

For more than four decades Kappler has defined the protective clothing industry with patented fabrics, innovative seaming technology and unique garment designs that deliver exceptional protection. We are a family-owned business providing American-made quality for added assurance. From fabric development to packing the box, quality is an integral component to every Kappler garment. “Keeping bad stuff off people” is our mission and the motivation behind what we do. The Kappler brand on our protective suit means you always know what you’re getting into.


Booth Number: 207 

Lactea Therapeutics has developed an active molecule isolation technology to advance industrial-scale pharmaceutical grade biopurification of mammalian innate immune proteins as a new class of pre and post exposure medicine for existing and emerging pathogen agnostic threats. The portfolio consists of an industry first oral and nasal application which has demonstrated success at inhibiting defense priority pathogens of interest to protect to the warfighter against a broad-spectrum of viruses, bacteria and fungi.


Booth Number: 301-302 

MRIGlobal has decades of experience working with the US Department of Defense to protect the warfighter from chemical and biological threats. We are committed to improving people’s lives through scientific and engineering research, producing multidisciplinary and innovative solutions. Based in Kansas City, Missouri, MRIGlobal provides independent, customized clinical research support, infectious disease and biological threat agent detection, global biological engagement, in vitro diagnostics, and laboratory management and operations.


Booth Number: 206 

The National Strategic Research Institute (NSRI) at the University of Nebraska helps the U.S. Department of Defense and other federal agencies solve national security challenges across multiple domains through scientific and technical research, training and support. As a non-profit University Affiliated Research Center designated by the DOD, NSRI is a trusted agent. Its cadre of chemists, biologists, engineers and former operators are widely recognized for extensive expertise in the detection and identification of chemical and biological agents. With colleagues from the University of Nebraska, NSRI offers a wide range of research and development services from prototype design and development to solution-based projects in the areas of molecular biology, chemistry, immunology, microbiology, bioinformatics and engineering. NSRI strives to deliver mission-essential tools that are designed in collaboration with DOD end users and purpose-built for field-relevant environments.


Booth Number: 204 

Noblis is a non-profit science and technology organization delivering innovative solutions to the federal government that enrich lives and make our nation safer. As a non-profit organization, we work objectively for the public good and invest in breakthrough solutions to deliver lasting impact on our customers’ missions with a strategic focus in the areas of health, space, national security and critical infrastructure. Our domain experts advance technologies such as artificial intelligence and advanced analytics, applied and environmental sciences, modeling and simulation, cybersecurity, autonomous systems and systems engineering.


Booth Number: 107-109 

The Defense Threat Reduction Agency’s (DTRA) Chemical and Biological Technologies Department in its role as the Joint Science and Technology Office (JSTO) for Chemical and Biological (CB) Defense, an integral component of the Chemical and Biological Defense Program (CBDP), is the sole component of the Department of Defense responsible for research and development of technologies that safeguard the Joint Force, nation, and our allies from the threat of chem-bio weapons. DTRA JSTO provides capability development investments that maintain the U.S. military’s technological superiority in countering weapons of mass destruction and asymmetric threats, mitigates the risks of technical surprise, and responds to the Joint Force’s urgent technical requirements. We accomplish our mission by turning disruptive, ground-breaking discoveries into prototypes and capabilities through collaboration with academia, industry, national laboratory, and government partners.


Booth Number: 106 

The Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Chemical and Biological Defense (DASD(CBD)), on behalf of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Defense, oversees the Department of Defense’s Chemical and Biological Defense Program (CBDP). The DASD(CBD) provides the program with strategic direction, conducts oversight of CBDP planning, programming, budgeting, and execution. The DASD(CBD) oversees all CBDP research, development, and acquisition activities and manages the program’s audit and strategic communications.


Booth Number: 105 

The Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense (JPEO-CBRND) provides integrated layered chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear defense capabilities to the Joint Force across Combined Joint All-Domain Operations. As a component of the U.S. Department of Defense Chemical and Biological Defense Program, the JPEO-CBRND protects the entire Joint Force – Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, and First Responders – through the advanced development of CBRN defense capabilities that enable our Warfighters to fight and win in a CBRN-contested environment. JPEO-CBRND leads, manages, and directs the acquisition, fielding, and sustainment of CBRN sensors, protective equipment, medical countermeasures, specialized equipment for U.S. Special Forces, integration and information management systems, and defense enabling biotechnologies.


Booth Number: 101-103 

The U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Soldier Center, located in Natick, Massachusetts, follows a simple mandate: to ensure that American Soldiers are the best fed, the best protected, and the most highly mobile military in the world. The DEVCOM Soldier Center is the national and international leader in Warfighter science and technology development. The center’s world-class scientists, engineers and equipment designers provide American forces with a wide range of field feeding and life support systems, clothing, precision airdrop systems, and ballistic, chemical, and laser protection systems.


DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center has a unique role in technology development that cannot be duplicated by private industry or research universities. It fosters research, development, testing, and application of technologies for protecting warfighters, first responders and the nation from chemical and biological warfare agents. DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center is currently developing better ways to remotely detect these chemical and biological materials – before the warfighter or first responder ever enters the threat zone. DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center is also developing a new generation of technologies to counter everything from homemade explosives to biological aerosols to traditional and non-traditional chemical hazards.

Our Mission – Provide innovative chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive (CBRNE) defense capabilities to enable the Joint Warfighters’ dominance on the battlefield and interagency defense of the homeland.

Our Vision – Be the premier provider of innovative CBRNE solutions for the Army, DOD, the Nation, and our allies.