A Comparative Study for Short Range Threat Detectors commenced in Fiscal Year (FY10). The Broad Agency Announcement (BAA), based on Joint Urgent Operational Needs Statement (JUONS) CC-0315 person-borne improvised explosive device / vehicle-borne improvised explosive device (PBIED/VBIED) Detect and Defeat, was published in on December 6, 2009. Initial evaluation of systems took place in February 2010 and testing commenced in June 2010, with the Brijot Gen 2A system. All data collection has been completed on the Brijot Gen 2A, L-3 Provision, Millivision Portal and Walkthrough, Thermal Matrix ACT, Smiths Eqo, and SET Corp. CounterBomber systems. The capabilities and limitations of each of the submitted systems will be complied in a report detailing the current status of short-range threat detection as it pertains to explosive threats.
Analysis of Alternatives (AoA) for High Fidelity Weapons of Mass Destruction Identification, April 2009
JUONS, CC-0315, March 2008
Integrated Unit, Base Installation Protection
Initial Capabilities Document (ICD), 13 July 2007
Improvised Explosive Device Defeat ICD, 23 February 2006
Integrated Base Defense Security System Capability Development Document (CDD), 17 February 2005
U.S. Central Command (USCENTCOM) FY10-15 Integrated Priority List (IPL), 15 January 2008
Selected systems submitted in response to the BAA
Completed the Test Plan and received manufacturer training on all the systems
Initiated data collection, system testing, and user analysis
Testing Commenced: June 2010
Publish Report: February 2011
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