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A System of Sensors. A TOTAL SOLUTION FOR THE NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION. DETECTION, PREVENTION, AND RESPONSE should be REGIONAL. To establish a non-intrusive system of sensors, based on developed and proven technologies for the National Capital Region. 2. Prevention.

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A System of Sensors

A TOTAL SOLUTION

FOR THE NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION

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DETECTION, PREVENTION, AND RESPONSE should be REGIONAL

To establish a non-intrusive system of sensors, based on developed and proven technologiesfor the National Capital Region

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Prevention

MELE / ABSi Team proposes an integrated solution that enhances the first responder’s ability to address nuclear/radiological and chemical threats.

Data Review/Analysis

Integrated Solutions to Reduce Threat of nuclear or chemical

Event

  • Portals (fast/’smart’) and video/data analysis to detect presence of radiological, nuclear, and chemical materials.
  • Video/data transmission to emergency operations so that informed decisions can be made.
  • Video is triggered by detection of abnormal circumstances.

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Security

Products and Systems Solutions

Technical Development

Integrated Enterprise Management

Customer Care

Solutions Model

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Radiological/Nuclear Detection and Prevention

  • Install detection and surveillance systems at:
      • Transportation control points (e.g., truck weigh stations, bridges, toll booths, railway lines)
      • Pathways to Key Infrastructure (e.g., radiological and chemical campuses like the National Institutes of Health)
      • First responder units (e.g., emergency vehicles)
      • Airports
  • Generate real-time characterization data to determine if a detection involves nuclear or radiological materials.
  • Transmit specific video images triggered by detection event and radiological detection data to appropriate State and Federal authorities.

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Key Transit Point: Highway Control Point Detection (e.g., tunnels, toll booths, weigh stations)

Detection Route

Homeland

Defense

Cameras

  • “Sensitive ” portal monitorsplaced at toll gates. Pass ways equipped with Homeland Defense Cameras operating at up to 30 frames per second.
  • System supported by secondary inspection “smart”portal that identifies andcharacterizes detected radiological material.
  • Video images triggered when detection occurs. Video/data transmitted to appropriate authorities.

Agency alerted

Radiological Detection

Portal Monitors

“Smart” Portal

(Secondary Inspection)

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Key Transit Point: Bridge/ Underpass

  • Highway Detection System includes radiological detection panels located under a bridge supported by Homeland Defense Camera (up to 30 frames per second), connected via wireless Ethernet to monitoring station(s).
  • When detection occurs; the camera takes pictures of the vehicle including license plate and transmits data and visual images to any number of appropriate operators for subsequent actions.
  • If applied at more than one underpass along the same route; it will dramatically increase the reliability of detection.

Radiological Detection

Panel

Homeland

Defense

Camera

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mobile detection mounted on first responder vehicles
Mobile Detection Mounted on First Responder Vehicles
  • Mini-Radiac radiation detector, GPS, and RadComm interface module placed in hemispheric case mounted on top of first responder vehicle. Device is connected to 12V power supply already existing in standard police vehicles.
  • Data is transmitted from radiation monitors in each first responder unit to a central data collection point (e.g. monitoring center).
  • Data translated into a graphical display of multiple alarm events to help pinpoint the event.
  • Enables emergency vehicles to detect and locate radiological sources.

Sample Graphical Display: Enables

Authorities to Pinpoint Location of

Radiological Source

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radiological materials storage site monitoring
Radiological Materials Storage Site Monitoring
  • Integrated intrusion sensor video surveillance system to monitor radiological waste site with high risk radiological materials stored. The site has limited guard force.
  • Video and alarm data is transmitted in real-time to remote response force.
  • Video and alarm data is simultaneously transmitted to appropriate authorities
  • Enables response to attempted theft and provides assurances to authorities that systems are operated and no theft has occurred.

Surveillance Camera

Alarm Triggers Camera

Detection Zone

Alarm and video data are transmitted to multiple remote locations in real time (system installed at Lithuania site)

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Concept of Operations - Security

  • Security-Baseline for all Engagements
  • Force Protection
  • Personnel
    • Employees, Military, First Responders, Providers, Patients, Contractors, Visitors
  • Physical
    • Buildings, Airports, Ports, Prisons, Laboratories, Operations Centers, Hospitals
  • Infrastructure
    • IT, Communications, Equipment, Utilities (Power, HVAC, Sanitation, Water, etc.)
  • Special Assets

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Law Enforcement

  • Across-the-Board Capabilities
  • Empower Military, Police, Security Personnel with Advanced Technology
    • Enrollment and Biometric Based ID Systems
    • Investigative Systems-Incident, Case, Surveillance
    • Composite ID and advanced imaging systems
    • Intelligence, including “Link” Analyses
    • Command and Control/Operations Centers
    • Secure Mobile Communications
    • Integrated with Bio/Chem, Radiological and Intrusion Detection Sensors and Alert Systems
    • Links to Health, Intelligence and Law Enforcement Systems

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Concept of Operations

  • Integrated Security Solutions
  • Security-Virtual Architecture-SADARNET
    • Integrated Sensor Technology-Virtual Network
    • Intrusion Detection
      • Wide-area, Perimeter, Approach, Special Zones
      • All-inclusive Sensor Technology
      • IR (Active/Passive)
      • Bi-Static/Mono-Static Microwave
      • Magnetic
      • Break Wire
      • Boundary Sensors (Thermal imagers)
      • Wide Area Surveillance
      • Integrated Communications/ annunciators/ assessment devices

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Concept of Operations (cont’d)

  • Security-Virtual Architecture
    • Integrated Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear sensors
    • Integrate Facility Sensors/Surveillance – CCTV, Motion, Personnel Tracking, Proximity, Access control and Bio/Chem
    • Bio/Chem/Radiological/Nuclear Sensor technology includes:
      • Hand-held sensors
      • Fixed Sensors
      • Portable Sensors
    • Virtual Network hosted in Secure Control Center and accessed by handheld-type devices (PDAs)
    • Provide Alarm, Assessment/ Containment/ Alert/ Response and After-Action Analysis

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SADARNET MODULES

  • Integrated Enterprise Solution-A Network of Multi-

Sensor Technology- COTS DRIVEN

  • Personnel Identification & Tracking
  • (Locator/"Man-Down"), Biometric, RFID
  • Threat Assessment – HPAC, Enviscreen
  • Intelligent Video (CCTV)
  • User Defined Protocol(s)
  • Secure, Intelligent Agent Software
  • GIS/GPS Enabled
  • Internet & Intranet Wireless
  • Video Conferencing
  • Virtual Architecture

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SADARNET ARCHITECTURE

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SADARNET ARCHITECTURE

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SADARNET ARCHITECTURE

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SADARNET ADVANTAGE

  • Lower Total Cost of Ownership
  • Seamless integration of multiple sensors
  • Extensive product line of sensor products and software
  • Java & XML messaging standards
  • Platform Independent
  • Scalability-efficient utilization of computing and network resources
  • Rapid System Throughput ("Extract & Act")
  • Risk Assessment of Personnel at Risk
  • Extensive Display and Selective Broadcast of Critical

Sensor Information (PDAs, Cell Phones, Pagers) and response instructions

  • On demand playback capability, tracking, and scenario building
  • Rapid deployment and mobility
  • ASP Worldwide Model

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Contact Information

Ed Thal

Senior Vice President

MELE Associates, Inc.

14660 Rothgeb Drive, Suite 102

Rockville, Maryland 20850

Tel. # 240-453-6990

Fax# 240-453-6991

Email: ed.thal@meleassociates.com

Michael J. Mahoney

Vice President

Advanced Broadband Solutions, Inc.

9210 Corporate Boulevard, Suite 150

Rockville, Maryland 20850

Tel. # 301-337-0100 ext. 149

Fax# 301-997-0260

Email: mmahoney@absiweb.com

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