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VALUABLE training classes.  International topics.  Relevant material.  And, the ability to ask the presenter questions, LIVE!  Not just a PowerPoint or video to watch.  Get the information from the source.  We invite you to register below.   New topics and speakers will be added regularly.  Must be an IABTI member to attend.  If not currently an IABTI member, we encourage you to apply two weeks prior to the requested webinar to enable appropriate security screening.

Confirmation of your registration is typically sent no more than one week prior to the webinar.

The views, information or opinions expressed during IABTI Webinars are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of the IABTI. The IABTI is not responsible and does not verify the accuracy of the information contained.

The webinars, for me, have been worthwhile.  I fall into the category of those who cannot attend events in person and this has allowed me to feel more connected. I need my Wednesday Webinar fix!

-Paul

Until this webinar I thought I knew more about this subject than I did. Very good presentation.
-Todd

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NOTE:   Not all webinars are recorded for on-demand viewing, but the ones that are will be made available on our Webinar Channel.

Wed, Sep 30

 12:00 – 14:30 EST

Hands-on electronics training
part one, session #4

Presented by Skip Curtis from WMD Tech

REGISTRATION CLOSED.  This is the fourth session and open only to those who participated in previous sessions.  IABTI and WMD Tech plan to offer additional Hands-On Electronics Training that will be open to all IABTI members once this series is complete.  Additional details to be posted soon.

Wed, Oct 7

 12:00 – 14:15 EST

Commercial Detonators; Past, Present and Future

Presented by Dr. Josh Hoffman

The types of detonators that have evolved over time from fuse caps to truly wireless systems. Covering commonalities and differences in their content and functionality, as well as, the strengths and weaknesses of each initiating system. Means of visually identifying the detonator type and manufacturer will also be covered.

Wed, Oct 7

 14:30 – 16:30 EST

Spanish: Explosión de un AEI en un Ferry, Playa del Carmen, Mexico. Estudio de caso

Presented by Sergio Salazar

This presentation will be entirely in Spanish.
El 21 de febrero de 2018 se registró una explosión en un barco turístico (Ferry) en el Puerto de Playa del Carmen, México, cerca del centro turístico de Cancún. 18 personas de diferentes nacionalidades resultaron heridas y más de 200 estuvieron expuestas a la explosión. Esta presentación es una narración de las actividades de investigación realizadas por un equipo multidisciplinario desde la llegada al lugar de los hechos (escena) hasta la determinación de la configuración del Artefacto Explosivo Improvisado (AEI) empleado en la Agresión.

Wed, Oct 14

 12:00 – 14:30 EST

Hands-on electronics training
part one, session #5

Presented by Skip Curtis from WMD Tech

REGISTRATION CLOSED.  This is the fifth session and open only to those who participated in previous sessions.  IABTI and WMD Tech plan to offer additional Hands-On Electronics Training that will be open to all IABTI members once this series is complete.  Additional details to be posted soon.

Wed, Oct 28

 12:00 – 14:30 EST

Hands-on electronics training
part one, session #6

Presented by Skip Curtis from WMD Tech

REGISTRATION CLOSED.  This is the sixth session and open only to those who participated in previous sessions.  IABTI and WMD Tech plan to offer additional Hands-On Electronics Training that will be open to all IABTI members once this series is complete.  Additional details to be posted soon.

Wed, Nov 4

 12:00 – 14:30 EST

Grenades & Ordnance

Presented by Mike Eldredge

A class on identifying all kinds of grenades and ordnance from all over the world. Definitely a valuable class for anyone that might deal with ordnance during their day.

Wed, Nov 11

 12:00 – 14:30 EST

Radiation safety and X-ray generators

Presented by Jeremy Daniels

A brief refresher on radiation hazards and effects, then a course on radiation awareness when using x-ray generators.

Wed, Dec 2

 12:00 – 13:00 EST

Modern Bombs Don’t Tick

Presented by Dr. Ed Bundy

If someone told you right now that they could build you an IED firing switch for under $40 that was no bigger than a stick of gum, but could be a light/dark trigger, and incorporated an acoustic, magnetic, proximity, tilt, and barometric switch…you’d probably say they were crazy.  But then if they told you that same switch had built in Artificial Intelligence (AI) so it could detect people, colors, or specific types of objects, and could be armed via Bluetooth or voice command, and set to arm and/or fire after any delay you want, from 1 millisecond up to 49.7 days…you’d know for sure they were crazy. Unfortunately they are not crazy, and just such a switch is available on Amazon in the form of a commercially available programmable circuit, and grade-school children are learning how to program them right now.

Analysis of exploited devices from various parts of the world indicates that approximately 60-70% of all the IEDs incorporate some form of programmable circuit, so bomb technicians need to be getting familiar with these as an emerging technology. This presentation will walk attendees through various types of commercially available micro-controllers available, sensor modules that can be attached, and how cheap and easy it is to make/program these types of circuits. I promise this webinar will be an eye-opener!

IABTI SUPPORTER Recognition

In honor of all the companies which have substantially supported IABTI for more than TEN YEARS.