Our final preparations are complete. We are soon to head for AUSA (Association of the United States Army). This is set to take place from Monday 3 – Wednesday 5 October 2017. Please find us in Hall B on booth 3053, at the Walter E Washington Convention Center in Washington DC.
When considering North America, AUSA is the largest land power expo forum and it combines a mix of presentations, discussions and meetings regarding Security and the military. AUSA attracts global visitors, with tens of thousands of delegates joining the convention. Last time around 26,000 came along to learn more about security and defence offerings.
We will be showcasing our EOD and Counter IEDD technology. One of our products we are proud to profile is REBUS 2. We are very sensitive to the fact that terrorists are intent on cause harm to innocent people. That is there is a sinister attempt to harm people who are going about their everyday business. Whether it be those using public transport, socialising or attending an eagerly anticipated event. REBUS 2 has been designed to assist First Responders who are the first on the scene.
With this in mind we will be showcasing our electronic countermeasure REBUS 2 at the Association of the United States Army. Suspect devices which are intended to be detonated remotely are on our radar. In fact having our equipment will allow you to be better equipped to protect your community.
Using REBUS 2 means that you cover a broad threat spectrum. It means you benefit from greater configurability and REBUS 2 will assist your work in helping to prevent Radio Controlled Improvised Explosive Device (RCIED) initiation.
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Should you need to discuss our offering and you can’t wait until the Association of the United States Army event, please get in touch now.
I would like to finish saying our hearts go out to all the individuals and their friends and family who were affected by this weekends’ activity in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighbourhood.
I am sure there are plenty of unsung heroes. Perhaps working either at the scene (or behind it), to make sure residents and visitors in the area stay safe.