In this clip featured on the local ABC Washington D.C. affiliate, the Naval Research Laboratory’s Dr. Gopal Patnaik speaks about the dangers posed by a CBR attack in the heart of Rockefeller Plaza. The clip shows how airborne toxins really spread and how the Naval Research Laboratory’s CT-Analyst software product can help first responders.
CT-Analyst in the News
The revolutionary efforts of the scientists and staff at the Naval Research Lab’s Laboratory for Computational Physics and Fluid Dynamics has been recognized nationally on such shows as NBC Nightly News, ABC World News Tonight, CNN, and FOX. The CT-Analyst contaminant transport software has also been featured on ABC Washington as well as FOX Chicago.
Attack in Rockefeller Plaza
America on Alert
In this clip featured on the local FOX Chicago affiliate, the Naval Research Laboratory’s CT-Analyst software product is helping Chicago’s emergency preparedness officials in the event of a CBR attack. Dr Jay Boris, from the Naval Research Laboratory shows via computer simulation just how fast and how far a CBR plume would spread in downtown Chicago.
Danger on the Rails
In this 2004 clip featured on ABC World News Tonight, the Naval Research Laboratory’s Dr. Jay Boris speaks about the dangers posed by freight trains which transport explosives and deadly chemicals through many metropolitan areas each day. The clip features Dr. Boris and the CT-Analyst software product showing a scenario from a railcar explosion three blocks away from the U.S. Capital building.
War on Terror
This clip featured on FOX News, the Naval Research Laboratory’s CT-Analyst software product, helps Chicago’s emergency preparedness officials in the event of a dirty bomb explosion or weapon of mass destruction. Using CT-Analyst, Chicago now has an idea of what might happen in the event of an explosion in downtown Chicago. This clip also highlights the speed and mobility of use in assisting first responders.