Smiths Detection - Chemical Biological Protective Shelters

Report
CHEMICAL BIOLOGICAL PROTECTIVE SHELTER
for
NGAUS CS/CSS TASK FORCE
6 AUG 2013
BY
TOM BROWN, DIRECTOR, BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
Smiths Detection: overview
Smiths Detection is:
• The world leader in the provision of Government regulated
systems to detect and identify CBRNE materials - more than
double the size of its nearest competitor.
• A prime contractor with 85% of sales to more than 100
governments globally
Market leadership based on delivery of more than:
• 70,000 X-ray inspection systems
• 275,000 chemical agent detectors
• 23,000 explosives trace detectors
Our Mission:
The world’s leading provider of advanced technologies to identify
constantly evolving chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and
explosive (CBRNE) threats. Equipping our customers with high
integrity solutions to safeguard society, protect life and support the
free flow of trade.
Edgewood, MD Production
HI-SCAN™6040aTix
Advanced checkpoint security
system for automatic explosives
detection
JCAD
Lightweight chemical detectors for
chemical warfare agent and toxic
industrial chemical detection
HI-SCAN™6040i
Non-intrusive
inspection system
for parcels & baggage
SmartBio™Sensor
Real-time field portable
biological warfare agent
detector
CBPS-M8E1
Mobile, hospital and collective
protective shelter from chemical
and biological threats.
Chemical Biological Protective Shelter (CBPS) – M8E1
• Chemical Biological Protective Shelter (CBPS)…is a self contained,
mobile medical unit that is a rapidly deployable collective protection
system designed to operate in the forward battle area.
Chemical and Biological Protective Shelter
Benefits

Onboard primary and backup power generators

Digital touch-screen-operated control system

Compatible with JCAD, ACADA, or M8A1 chemical agent detectors
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Environmentally controlled sustained operation (constant temperature)
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Fabric shelter resistant to chem/bio agents for up to 5
exposures/decontaminations
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Systems are capable of being linked together to form complexes of
protected, environmentally controlled medical operations

Dual-use system that can support response to natural disasters in the
homeland and also as a command and control center
Four CBPSs linked together at FOT in Ft. Drum, NY (above)
With CBPS - Medical Component
Key Points for CBPS deployment
• Automatic CB protection in case of
wider contamination
• Easily linked with other CBPS
systems
• Strike/Erect in 20 minutes
• Surgical capabilities
• Mobile, self contained
• Self contained power generation
• Heating/AC
• 33 medical chests on a self
contained platform
CBPS M8E1
With CBPS - Set up (4 personnel)
CBPS-Provides a mobile medical capability for lifesaving care
• Echelon I and II medical treatment
• 400 sq ft for treating patients
• 33 standard medical chests instead of
14 in legacy system
Example
• Mobility allows for greater flexibility in
ensuring there is no impact to
mission-Saving lives
• Clean environment!
U.S. Soldiers with the 67th Forward Surgical Team
(FST) start medical treatment on a simulated wounded
Soldier during a medical exercise Feb. 16, 2011, in
Miesau, Germany.
National Guard and CBPS
• The Army National Guard has a requirement for 285+
Chemical Biological Protective Shelters (CBPS).
(Requirement set by G8 and National Guard Materiel Programs Division ARNG-RMQ)
• VA,MD, DC (National Capital Region), AL, IL have all
expressed interest in CBPS.
• Critical dual use equipment which can be deployed during
natural disasters or WMD events.
National Guard Urgent Need…
Alabama Tornado - May 2011
Missouri Tornado - May 2011
CBPS Production
• Smiths has a contract to build 111 Systems
• To date, 28 systems have been delivered
2013
To date – 28 systems
Aug
Sept
6
6
June
Aug
Sept
6
6
Jul
Aug
2014
Oct
Nov
Dec
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
6
6
3
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
4
• Smiths also has a contract to deliver $5.4M of Spares by 4QFY13
National Guard CBPS Requirement (+285 Total)
• AR- 12
• MS- 4
• AZ- 2
• NC- 4
• CA- 14
• NJ- 8
• CT- 2
• NM- 2
• FL- 12
• NY- 14
• GA- 12
• OH- 10
• Hi- 8
• OK- 12
• IA- 10
• OR- 12
• ID- 4
• PA- 8
• IL- 14
• SC- 2
• IN- 14
• TN- 6
• KS- 2
• TX- 24
• LA- 12
• VA- 12
• MA- 4
• VT- 10
• MD- 10
• WA- 4
• MI- 4
• WI- 6
• MN- 6
The National Guard has Zero M8E1
to date.
CBPS data sheet
285 auth - 7 OH
Old item:
C07506 CHEMICAL- BIOLOGICAL PROTECTIVE SHELTER (CBPS): M8
New item:
Z01533 01/Mar/09 CHMICL BIOLOGICL PROTECTIVE SHLTR: (CBPS ELECTRIC)
CBPS operators and support personnel
Crew
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•
•
•
91B- Medical Specialist
91W- Healthcare Specialist
62A&B- Physicians
65D- Physician’s Assistant
Maintainers
•
•
•
•
•
91D
91J
43M
52C
63W
Units that include CBPS on MTOE (Examples)
628th ASB (HQ), authorized two (2)
HHC 1-110th INF, authorized two (2)
C Co (Med) 128th BSB, authorized six (6)
Summary
 The chemical and biological threat is real - Iran, Libya, Syria.
 The National Guard needs dual-use medical WMD gear with flexibility to
respond to natural disasters. The National Capital Region (NCR) states
(to include Maryland) are on the record requesting this equipment.
 Industry has made $9 million in investments to prepare for CBPS
production. Over 11 states support this program impacting 157
employees directly to include small business, woman owned, and
veteran owned.
 Industry is in production. To date, Smiths has delivered 38 systems.
 The need is great for this system and we are ramping up production.
 Production will be gapped in August 2014.
Thank you
Kevin Schmidt
VP, Government Relations
Smiths Group
425 Third Street, SW, Suite 875
Washington, DC 20024
202-777-8451 (Direct)
571-970-8751 (Cell)
www.smiths.com
Tom Brown
Director, Business Development
Smiths Detection
2202 Lakeside Blvd.
Edgewood, Maryland 21040
410-336-0103 (Cell)
www.smithsdetection.com

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