Improvised Explosive Device Program
Remotec F6-A Robot
The robot, sometimes called "Miss Daisy" can be remotely controlled from up to 1,500 away via fiber optic cable or radio control. The articulating arm is capable of remotely picking up hazardous devices as well as rendering them safe-in-place with two arm-mounted disruptors and a shotgun.
Bomb Transport Trailer
The trailer is equipped with a remote loading system and a robotic arm capable of loading explosive devices or chemicals into the trailer without fear of harming First Responders or others on the scene. The robotic arm transfers its explosive or hazardous cargo to a bucket, which is then pulled into the trailer, successfully keeping those involved in the response from any interaction with the device or chemical.
The Everest Video Inspection Tech (VIT) is a nine-foot-long, flexible fiber-optics cable with eight- and four-millimeter probe attachments. The VIT assists in investigation suspicious packages or potential explosives in places such as car trunks, where it would be dangerous or even impossible for a person to inspect.
The VIT can also be used in criminal investigation where officer safety is an issue
Explosive Detection K9 Teams
The Wyoming Office of Homeland Security has
five canines who joined the Wyoming Office of Homeland security as certified Vom
Kaiserhofe explosive detection dogs. Three of the dogs are assigned
to handlers within the Wyoming Office of Homeland Security. K9 team Tischer and
Wilco are based in the Casper International Airport. K9 team Scimone and Lily
are with the Wyoming Highway Patrol.
For more information on the teams visit the K9 team webpage.