SafeZone by Bruhn NewTech
Bruhn NewTech exists to increase the number of people protected from airborne threats whether chemical terror or nuclear incidents. The new SafeZone solution provides a fully integrated CBRN incident management system for public safety and private venues with large crowds. The complete end-to-end solution identifies threats, significantly reduces response time and accurately informs reaction plans.
A chemical or biological attack is deadly, airborne and invisible and therefore very difficult to mitigate and to ensure efficient life-saving evacuation. According to the World Economic Forum, the risk of terrorist groups developing CBRN weapons has become one of the highest and most impactful global threats, whereas the ‘high-risks’ locations are not well prepared for these events:
“Crowded venues, such as airports, train stations, stadiums, museums and concert halls are ‘high-risk’ locations for these attacks, but their security officers tend to have low to zero training on CBRN incident management. A new market is, thus, emerging for civilian emergency response in private venues, for which we are developing a new solution called SafeZone”, explains CEO, Erik Juel Ellinghaus.
Today, CBRN incident management systems are primarily supplied to military and national emergency services. The military-grade solutions developed by Bruhn NewTech are currently in use by Defence forces and government bodies in 30+ countries, making Bruhn NewTech the world’s leading provider. This expertise and know-how from the military battlefield should be implemented in the public and private sector to increase the number of people protected from chemical terror and other airborne threats:
“With more than 25 years of experience from clients within the defence industry, we can translate and apply our knowledge and expertise to the public sector and private venues with large crowds”, states Executive Chairman, Kristoffer Basse.
The complete end-to-end solution can be tailored to specific needs both in mobile configurations, such as protection of concerts or sports events, and in fixed configurations for infrastructure protection, such as airports and metro stations.
For more information please contact Erik Ellinghaus firstname.lastname@example.org