The CBRNe Society’s in partnership with the Brazilian Army organised the second edition of the NCT South America in Rio de Janeiro on 5-7 February 2019. This conference brings together high-level decision-makers, experts and first responders in the field of CBRNe and EOD.
The Brazilian Armed Forces opened the conference with a live CBRNe capability demonstration illustrating their current CBRNe and C-IED capabilities. Copacabana Fort hosted an industry exhibition and expo tour to showcase novel solutions in response to ever-evolving CBRNe threats. The conference provided a unique opportunity to network with relevant local, regional and international CBRNe stakeholders, bringing together regional actors and international experts together to discuss cooperation in training for the response to CBRNe and EOD threats in the Latin America Region.
Andreas Walte, AIRSENSE ANALYTICS CEO, and member of the TOXI-triage consortium presented "Nuevas ideas de detección para NRBQ en grandes eventos, infraestructura crítica y defensa” which included a presentation of TOXI-triage project.