Alluviam's HazMasterG3 version 12 delivers more than 20 new and updated key capabilities for incidents involving homemade explosives (HMEs), Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs), chemical, biological and radiological threats. With key capabilities that include the ability to indicate which sensors are suitable to detect a suspected agent and the ability to mix agents and model precursor outcomes and HME formulations, HazMasterG3 is a comprehensive CBRNE/IED/HME decision support system available today. Version 12 integrates approximately 118,000 chemical, biological, radiological agents, trade names, explosives, IEDs and HMEs with extensive threat identification capabilities into a fast and easy to use decision support system.
HazMasterG3 Version 12
From ALLUVIAM LLC
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Setting the standard for CBRNE/HME decision support, Alluviam is proud to release version 17 of HazMasterG3 – now with an expanded database of 165,000+ materials and trade names. With proprietary tools and unique capabilities to answer “so what does that mean” types of questions, HazMasterG3 redefines comprehensive CBRNE/HME decision support. Relied upon by top-tier federal law enforcement, forensics, fire and military officials, HazMasterG3 provides insights to answer tough questions, like which chemical warfare agents were likely used in Syria, to what and how much home-made explosives (HME) could be made from a set of precursors. Adopted by the US Military, NATO and other civilian and military agencies, HazMasterG3 puts state-of-the-art decision support in the hands of those that need it – when and wherever they are, as only HazMasterG3 provides interoperable support on MS-Windows, Android, iOS and net-centric installations. HazMasterG3 is the only handheld CBRNE/HME Decision Support System with U.S. DHS (Department of Homeland Security) certification and designation as an approved anti-terrorism technology and is also US Army Joint Battle Command Platform compatible.
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