Live Demo Arena Programme

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Scenario 1

10:45
Her Majesty’s Prison & Probation Service (HMPPS) - a scenario will unfold with a prisoner held hostage in a prison exercise yard. The National Technical Response Group (NTRG) enter the yard using pyrotechnic distraction techniques to disorientate the perpetrator. With limited tactic distal options at their disposal they work in unison with the National Dog and Technical Support Group, using ‘strike dog’ tactics to bring the situation under control and minimise potential harm to the victim.
11:05
CrisisCast - will demonstrate advanced role-play techniques and show the value of understanding complex stress behaviours when dealing with critical incidents.

Scenario 2

11:30
Metropolitan Police - DNA Dogs - Metropolitan Police forensic evidence search dogs will provide a demonstration of a serious sexual assault crime scene search for forensic evidence.

Scenario 3

12:05
Counter Improvised Explosive Device - Roadside Improvised Explosive Device - On a routine route clearance recce prior to a VIP vehicle passing through, police find a suspicious package partially concealed under some debris by the roadside. On closer visual inspection they suspect it is an improvised explosive device. The Officers withdraw from the scene and initiate a UK MOD EOD response. The demonstration by high threat operators from the Export Support Team from DIT DSO will showcase capabilities provided by Counter-IED UK highlighting the partnership between industry and the MOD. Counter-IED UK is a special interest group of ADS which represents the UK's Counter-IED supply chain. We will be demonstrating search, detection and render safe procedures whilst using protective equipment, remote means and electronic countermeasures.

Scenario 4

12:40
British Transport Police (BTP) - will demonstrate the various ways in which the Operational Support Unit tackles lock-ons by protestors blocking the road way, vehicle or a vulnerable site. The scene will depict a fictional protest based on a new railway development.
13:00
Nest Ion - The NEST iON Auto-Pack system signals the end of the conventional battery pack. With our system you can
make any configuration pack you need easily and in seconds.
13:10
Wave Sciences - The Field Biometric System uses completely eye-safe, invisible LIDAR imaging to provide rapid, non-cooperative 3D and 2D facial recognition of moving subjects regardless of pose, illumination, or motion. In addition, it provides other useful biometrics, such as heart rate - all from a distance of up to 100 meters.

Scenario 5

13:40
Counter Improvised Explosive (CIED) - Intelligence has identified a suspected terrorist bomb making factory in a suburban house. There is a police raid and in the ensuing exchange of gun fire the police kill a terrorist wearing a Person Borne Improvised Explosive Device (PBIED, bomb vest). Once the terrorist threat is removed, the police withdraw and the UK MOD EOD support takes over. The demonstration by high threat operators from the Export Support Team from DIT DSO will showcase capabilities provided by Counter-IED UK highlighting the partnership between industry and the MOD. Counter-IED UK is a special interest group of ADS which represents the UK's Counter-IED supply chain. We will be demonstrating search, detection and render safe procedures whilst using protective equipment, remote means and electronic countermeasures.
14:00
Evidence Talks - An easy-to-use kiosk incorporating the company’s powerful SPEKTOR triage technology, allowing frontline, non-technical investigators to perform fast and forensically sound capture and review of digital devices - including computers, laptops and storage media. The technology is also available in laptop, rugged and miniature form factors.
14:10
Basis Tech - will demonstrate the following:
Identity resolution: looking at leading edge technology on how to build up identity resolution from unstructured text in multiple languages including matching complex names in different languages against various watchlists.
Running name screening on a laptop or mobile device with no network and limited power at borders.

Scenario 6

14:40
Border Force - will demonstrate the advances in the detection of the stop and search for contraband materials. The scene will depict the techniques used in the detection of modifications to articulated trucks.
15:00
CrisisCast - will demonstrate advanced role-play techniques and show the value of understanding complex stress behaviours when dealing with critical incidents.

Scenario 7

15:30
Chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear defense (CBRN) UK - Replicating a response to intelligence that there is to be an attempt to smuggle radioactive material out of the UK through a maritime port on a coach, the CBRN-UK team will demonstrate how state of the art radiological detection and information management capabilities can further support border agencies in providing rapid and effective real time monitoring against radiological threats. Whether they come from a malicious, medical or industrial source, the display will illustrate how Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) based radiation mapping can be used to provide rapid and effective initial scene assessment. Enabling officers to secure quarantined vehicles, quickly maintain control and intercept affected passengers and luggage. Directing them to the appropriate examination area, the rest of the demonstration will illustrate how secondary stand off and tertiary hand held detector examination can be used to confirm the type of radiological emission within a passenger baggage scenario. The demonstration will include equipment ranging from the Symetrica portal and VeriFinder, FLIR’s range of identiFINDERs, Tracerco’s PED and Mirion backpack system as well as the Imitec UAV. Following the demonstration further information can be sort on the dedicated CBRN-UK stand at B24.
15:50
Chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear defense (CBRN) UK
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