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December 2-5, 2024 |
Fort Lauderdale, Florida

December 2-5, 2024 | Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Exhibitor Listing

Browse the 2022 CBD S&T Conference exhibitor listing in alpha order. Thank you to all the organizations that displayed research and demonstrated at this years conference. 
Please note that an exhibitor’s participation at the 2022 CBD S&T Conference does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation of any kind by the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA).

Exhibitor Listing

Booth Numbers: 11, 12

For over 70 years, government agencies and industry have trusted Battelle to solve their most complex chemical and biological defense challenges and to provide revolutionary leap-ahead technologies modernizing CBRN capabilities for the Joint Force. We bolster this expertise with operational medicine research and development, delivering tactically relevant solutions to enable readiness and protect the health of U.S. and Allied forces. Battelle is a not-for-profit company with science and technology expertise spanning decades and dozens of interrelated scientific disciplines and with extensive chemical and biological test facilities, advanced product design and select manufacturing capabilities.


Booth Number: 10 

BaySpec, Inc., founded in 2000 with 100% manufacturing in the USA (San Jose, California), is a vertically integrated spectral sensing company. The company designs, manufactures and markets advanced spectral instruments, including miniature mass spectrometers, UV-VIS-NIR-SWIR spectrometers, benchtop & portable Raman spectrometers, hyperspectral imagers, and OEM spectral engines, for the defense and security, biomedical, pharmaceuticals, chemical, food, semiconductor, health monitoring, human & animal medical devices, and the optical telecommunications industries. 


Booth Number: 16 Biomeme, Inc. is a Philadelphia-based vertically integrated bio-detection solutions provider spanning specimen collection, nucleic acid extraction and purification, assay, software and instrumentation R&D, isothermal and PC reagent lyophilization, hardware and consumables manufacturing, as well as nationwide molecular diagnostic testing services through its wholly owned subsidiary CLIA High Complexity lab network. We offer a full suite of end-to-end mobile molecular detection solutions that perform to the gold standard used by the world’s most advanced central labs. Biomeme’s solutions measure novel and innovative biomarkers using cutting-edge technology that address significant unmet needs in biowarfare agent identification, environmental surveillance, human and animal diagnostics. www.biomeme.com

Booth Number: 23

The CWMD provides the flexibility for better public and private collaboration by providing access to innovative concepts, ideas, and technologies from traditional and non-traditional technology providers. Through the OTA with the CWMD Consortium, the JPEO-CBRND is looking to work with new industry partners to provide soldiers with safe and effective weapons of mass destruction countermeasures.The CWMD Consortium is currently recruiting a broad and diverse group of interested parties that includes representatives from large businesses, small businesses, traditional and non-traditional government contractors, academic research institutions, and not-for-profit organizations with collective expertise in the technology areas specifically related to the JPEO-CBRND mission. 


Booth Numbers: 1, 2, 3

The Defense Threat Reduction Agency’s (DTRA) Chemical and Biological Technologies Department in its role as the Joint Science and Technology Office (JSTO) for the Chemical and Biological Defense Program 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 partner. 


Booth Number: 20

Design West Technologies is founded on the philosophy of bringing innovative engineering solutions to warfighters through an agile small business environment. We have proudly served our warfighters for over 25 years with solutions for weapon systems, CBRN detection, and protection.Vertically integrated from R&D to final assembly and testing, we offer product development with design, engineering, CNC machining, injection molding, and robotic welding capabilities. Besides build to print of a range of CBRN and weapon systems, DWT has developed products including agile decontamination, installation & filter leak detection, as well as standoff chemical and radiological/nuclear detection. 


Booth Number: 15

Gene Tools manufactures Morpholino oligos for blocking translation, modifying splicing or inhibiting miRNA activity. Morpholinos are effective, specific, stable and non-toxic. They are used in cell cultures, embryos or, as Vivo-Morpholinos, in adult animals. Gene Tools also markets products for delivery of Morpholinos into cell cultures, including our Endo-Porter endosomal release agent. Dr. Jim Summerton founded the pioneering antisense company Antivirals Inc. (now AVI BioPharma Inc.) in 1980 to develop antisense therapeutics and founded Gene Tools, LLC in 1997 to supply Morpholino oligos to researchers worldwide. Backed by Ph.D.-level customer support, Gene Tools designs and synthesizes Morpholinos and delivery reagents.


Booth Number: 22

Guild Associates, Inc. is a small company headquartered in Dublin, Oh. The company operates separate facilities in Dublin OH, Delaware, OH and Charleston, SC. The company’s business interests include Chemical Warfare Protection products, ISO-containerized military equipment, biological enzyme and phage development, and biogas upgrading equipment. Guild Associates developed the A200 Sorbent Powder used in the M100 and M295 decontamination kits used by the US Military, with over 2,000,000 lbs supplied to support the two programs. Guild also was the production source for the M100 kits, still utilized across the military. Guild also developed GA200 Sorbent Powder, an alternative to A200 utilizing zirconium hydroxide as the main decontaminant. In recent years, Guild Associates has developed advanced molecular filtration media which removes chemical agents and TICs, and pioneered webbing immobilization of media for use in filter elements.


Booth Number: 25

UK-based manufacturer Heathcoat Fabrics places great significance on the safety of front-line personnel and understanding the science and technology required to counteract the latest in CWA contaminants has been crucial in their latest product developments.Heathcoat manufacturer a wide range of globally recognised advanced technical textiles and for over a decade have been directly involved in CBRN fabric technology with CBRN protection a key focus for their research & development teams. Heathcoat specialises in the impregnation of a wide range of fabric types with a variety of adsorbents, both designed to adsorb as well as detoxify. These adsorbents can also be offered and applied to fabrics in the form of blends hence offering enhanced and unique performance properties.Heathcoat fabrics, with its complete in-house manufacturing resource, has developed and produced one of the largest selections of specialist high performance military approved technical textiles in the world. 


Booth Number: 8

The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity invests in high-risk, high-payoff research programs to tackle some of the most difficult challenges of the agencies and disciplines in the Intelligence Community (IC).IARPA’s mission is to push the boundaries of science to develop solutions that empower the IC to do its work better and more efficiently for national security. IARPA does not have an operational mission and does not deploy technologies directly to the field. Instead, we facilitate the transition of research results to our IC customers for operational application.


Booth Number: 27

Intelligent Optical Systems, Inc. (IOS) is a highly innovative R&D organization and supplier of sensor, test, and measurement technology to industry, government, and research markets, with a leading position in physical, chemical, and biological sensing. The sensors are used in chemical warfare agent (CWA) and toxic industrial chemical (TIC) detection, environmental sensing, health and human monitoring, and oceanographic measurements. As it pertains to CBD, development of CWA liquid and liquid aerosol sensing strips can discern between and within CWA classes. Additionally, IOS has developed a 12-channel, low-SWaP (size, weight, and power), multi-analyte optical sensor array as a readout-unit for its CWA/TIC-vapor sensing, colorimetric thin-films (aka sensing dots).


Booth Number: 3

The Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense (JPEO-CBRND) manages our nation’s investments in chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) defense equipment and medical countermeasures. The 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. The organization also works closely with civilian government agencies that need CBRN defense equipment. The JPEO-CBRND is one of the Chemical and Biological Defense Program’s four components. The Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Chemical and Biological Defense oversees this program. The Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics, and Technology (ASA(ALT)), who is the Army Acquisition Executive, delegates JPEO-CBRND’s acquisition authority.


Booth Number: 24

The MCDC provides the flexibility for better public and private collaboration by providing access to innovative concepts, ideas, and technologies from traditional and non-traditional technology providers. Through the OTA with the MCDC, the JPEO-CBRND and MCS are looking to work with new industry partners to provide soldiers with safe and effective medical countermeasures.The MCDC is currently recruiting a broad and diverse group of interested parties that includes representatives from large businesses, small businesses, traditional and non-traditional government contractors, academic research institutions, and not-for-profit organizations with collective expertise in the technology areas specifically related to the JPEO-CBRND/MCS mission. 


Booth Numbers: 21,28

MRIGlobal improves health and safety by addressing the world’s greatest threats and complex biological, chemical, and engineering challenges. Based in Kansas City, Missouri, we provide 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: 4

The National Strategic Research Institute (NSRI) at the University of Nebraska assists the Department of Defense and other federal agencies in solving national security challenges across multiple domains through scientific and technical research, training and support. A non-profit University Affiliated Research Center designated by the Department of Defense, NSRI serves as a trusted agent to the DOD.NSRI’s 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 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, purpose built for field relevant environments, to counter weapons of mass-destruction threats.


Booth Number: 30

For more than 25 years, Noblis has been an innovator within the federal government, committed to enriching lives and making our nation safer while investing in the missions of tomorrow. As a nonprofit, Noblis works for the public good, bringing together the best possible combination of science, technology and engineering expertise and solutions, in an environment of independence and objectivity to deliver enduring impact on federal missions. Together with our subsidiaries, we work with a wide range of government clients in the defense, homeland security, intelligence, law enforcement and federal civil sectors.


Booth Number: 26

NuMat Technologies designs programmable materials that sense, capture and destroy chemical and biological agents. When integrated into wearable platforms or coatings, NuMat’s next-generation materials provide an intelligent protective layer that decontaminates on demand. In partnership with leading textile and outdoor apparel companies, NuMat is powering the future of smart clothing. Headquartered in Skokie, Illinois, NuMat Technologies mission is to solve the biggest challenges at the smallest possible level through innovations in chemistry.


Booth Number: 7 RedWave Technology is a Homeland Security company whose singular mission is to protect America and our allies from intentional and accidental chemical threats. redwavetech.com

Booth Number: 9

With Serstech Arx in hand, any operative becomes an expert at chemical identification. Quick ScanTM gives an accurate result within seconds with a single press of a button. Serstech Arx has been designed together with police and first responder teams to solve the real problems operatives face in the field. Determine what’s in front of you in seconds, without complexity. Narcotics, explosives, TICs and chemical warfare agents. The industry-first and patented autofocus functionality determines packaging material and thickness to ensure optimal accuracy and removal of interference. The patented Serstech SERS kit allows for quick identification of very low concentrations and fluorescent samples. 


Booth Number: 14

Smiths Detection is a global authority on the application, management & manufacturing of world-class detection & screening technology. Our products are key to security solutions in aviation, ports & borders, urban security & national defense. Smiths Detection has worked with our Warfighters & First Responders for over 40 years, gaining significant insight into the needs of armed forces, as well as experience in applying smart science at the frontline. Our low-maintenance & reliable equipment produces accurate, real-time information on the presence of chemical agents, explosives, biowarfare agents & other dangerous materials that could be present in the environment, or on people, vehicles and surfaces. Defense operations and other high-security government installations need reliable equipment to secure infrastructures to keep personnel and equipment safe. Our broad range of threat detection & screening solutions provide top level security screening, providing confidence.


Booth Number: 29

Located in Quebec City, Canada, Telops designs and manufactures high-performance hyperspectral imaging systems and infrared cameras for defence, industrial, and academic research applications. Telops also offers R&D services for optical systems technology development in order to respond to the specific needs of its customers.Since its beginnings in 2000, Telops has distinguished itself with the quality of its personnel and its innovative approach to the technological challenges of the optics and photonics field. Today, the expertise of its scientists, engineers and technicians and the performance of its infrared cameras and hyperspectral imagers are internationally recognized.While being headquartered in Canada, Telops caters to an international market using an efficient network of distribution and representation.Whether you are looking for equipment, expertise or subcontracting for your optical systems projects, Telops will turn your high expectations into successes.


Booth Numbers: 5, 6

The U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Chemical Biological Center (DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center) is the primary Department of Defense technical organization for non-medical chemical and biological defense. DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center possesses an unrivaled chemical biological research and development infrastructure with scientists, engineers, technicians and specialists located at four different sites in the United States: Edgewood Area of Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., Pine Bluff, Ark., Rock Island, Ill., and Dugway Proving Ground, Utah. 


Booth Numbers: 17, 18 SCIENCE BEHIND THE SOLDIER The DEVCOM Soldier Center is the national and international leader in Warfighter science and technology development. ccdcsoldiercenter.army.mil

Booth Numbers: 19

Since 1969, the United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID) has provided leading edge medical capabilities to deter and defend against current and emerging biological threat agents. The Institute is the only laboratory in the Department of Defense equipped to safely study highly hazardous viruses requiring maximum containment at Biosafety Level 4. Research conducted at USAMRIID leads to vaccines, drugs, diagnostics, and training programs that protect both Warfighters and civilians. The Institute’s unique science and technology base serves not only to address current threats to our Armed Forces, but is an essential element in the medical response to any future biological threats that may confront our nation. USAMRIID is a subordinate laboratory of the U.S. Army Medical Research and Development Command.


Booth Numbers: 13

Valent is the world leader in the development and deployment of invasive technology for the investigation and disposal of wide range of targets in the CBRN, Hazmat and decommissioning environments. Our experience is built on nearly two decades of inventing, manufacturing, supplying and training some the leading organisations involved in the investigation and removal of hazardous materials. Invasive technology offers the ability to drill through the outer wall of a target without allowing the hazardous internal contents to escape. The technology allows for investigative and disposal procedures to be carried out whilst preventing any leakage.