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NOBLE, a leading provider of innovative CBRN (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear) defense solutions, is excited to announce our participation in the highly anticipated 2023 NDIA CBRN Defense Conference and Exhibition in Baltimore, Maryland. The event is scheduled to run from July 24 to July 26, 2023, and promises to be an invaluable platform for industry professionals and experts to discuss the latest advancements and challenges in CBRN applications.
Attendees can visit NOBLE at booth 502, where they will have the opportunity to explore our cutting-edge technologies, solutions, and vendor partnerships aimed at safeguarding against CBRN threats. The exhibition will showcase NOBLE's dedication to delivering state-of-the-art protective equipment and advanced detection systems, designed to enhance the safety and preparedness of defense forces and first responders worldwide.
A selection of products to view in the NOBLE booth includes:
- RedTail LiDAR System
- FLIR SkyRaider
- Lion Class 2 Suit
- Blauer Class 3 Suit
- Biomeme Assay
- Rigaku CQL with Quick Detect
- Redwave XplorIR
In addition to displaying our products and solutions at booth 502, NOBLE's co-founder, Tom Noble, will be taking the stage to share his insights on "Industry Perspective on Innovating in the Current Conditions." With years of experience in the industry, Tom Noble's keynote speech promises to offer valuable perspectives on overcoming challenges and capitalizing on opportunities in the current global landscape.
Furthermore, Jay Reckard, President of Technical Solutions and Training at NOBLE, will take on a significant role at the conference. He will serve as the moderator for two high-profile panel discussions:
- Unencumbering the Warfighter (Detection & Protection)
- The Right Way to Do Interagency Collaboration
Add these sessions to your agenda here.
Finally, Dr. Pauline Leary, NOBLE Technical Product SME, will be presenting a poster summary titled "Analytical and Operational Challenges to CBRN-Sensor Integration with Unmanned Platforms." This paper considers the analytical and operational challenges of CBRN sensor integrations with unmanned systems. These challenges must be considered when designing integrated systems capable of meeting the evolving global threats faced by the military.
The 2023 NDIA CBRN Defense Conference and Exhibition promises to be a dynamic event, bringing together a diverse range of industry experts, government representatives, and solution providers. NOBLE's active involvement as part of the exhibition, conference panel discussions, and poster displays exemplifies our commitment to driving advancements in CBRN defense technology and collaboration.