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2017 TMA Annual Conference

Scott Roller, DBTS VP of Technology, was a presenter at the 2017 TMA Annual Conference concentrating on disruption and its ripple effect.  The principle focus of the conference was to discuss the promotion of high standards regarding turnaround management, corporate structuring and distressed investments. If IP assets are not managed correctly, they are at high risk of quickly diminishing in value.   Scott spoke directly about the importance of properly managing IP assets, audits, compliance requirements, and transitional events.  By partnering with DBTS’s knowledgeable team, a company can be proactive in taking the necessary steps to ensure their IP asset value […]

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2017 Big Sky Economic Development Annual Meeting

Scott Roller, DBTS VP of Technology, was a keynote panel speaker at the Big Sky Economic Development annual meeting held at the Northern Hotel in downtown Billings, MT.  Attended by 100+ business professionals, Scott discussed the importance of data to a business given today’s security concerns.  Other topics included IP asset management, mining for data during a transition, and how the data can be used to improve efficiency.  Growing the tech/data sector in the local region, laying out the current landscape and what steps need to be taken to ensure future growth were additional focal points discussed in great detail […]

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LR-x Earns Finalist Position at TEEX Showcase

DBTS presented LR-x (technology licensed from the U.S. Army Research Laboratory under US Patent Application 13/452,047 filed on April 20, 2012) as one of twelve finalists at the Defense to Response Technology Showcase (D2R) in College Station, TX put on by the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service.  D2R funds technologies to elevate public safety and homeland security.  As a finalist, DBTS was not only granted the opportunity to tour the Texas A&M Engineering division (and training facilities), but to present a technology demonstration to a panel of investors, business leaders and specific first responder personnel.  The top three finalists receive […]

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DBTS Licenses Army’s 3-D Modeling System to Pinpoint Chemical Plumes

Diamond B Companies (DBTS) has signed an exclusive technology licensing deal with the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) located in White Sands, New Mexico, under US Patent Application 13/452,047 filed on April 20, 2012.  This license allows for DBTS to commercially produce the Local-Rapid Evaluation of Atmospheric Conditions 3-D modeling system (L-REAC), and includes an on-going collaborative work relationship with ARL to enhance the technology. LR-x (DBTS’s commercial brand name for the technology) is paradigm shifting technology in toxic chemical release incidents and wildfire safety mitigation. The LR-x system maps wind field and toxic plume footprints to provide first responder situational […]

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