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Map4th European Symposium on
Non-Lethal Weapons

May 21 - 23, 2007

Stadthalle Ettlingen, Germany

organized by Fraunhofer ICT

 

Programme

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Tuesday, May 22

    Key Note Lecture
  V 0 WHEN PRECISION IS NOT ENOUGH
  J. B. Alexander
  Las Vegas, USA
Session 1 VIRTUAL WORKING GROUPS
  Chairman: V. V. Selivanov
  Baumann University, Moscow, RUS
 

V 1

VIRTUAL WORKING GROUP I
  A POSITIVE PERSPECTIVE FOR NON-LETHAL WEAPONS: DEFINITION AND INTERNATIONAL LEGAL BASIS
  F. Krüger-Sprengel
  International Society for Military Law and the Law of War, Brussels, B
 

V 2

VIRTUAL WORKING GROUP II
  MEDICAL ASPECTS ON WORK WITH NEW AND OLDER NLW
  M. Risling
  Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI), Stockholm, SE
Session 2 CURRENT AND DESIRED CAPABILITIES
Chairman: R. de Maio
MoD Segredifesa, Rome, I
 

V 3

UPDATE ON THE LESS LETHAL WORK PROGRAMME OF HOSDB
G. Smith
Home Office Scientific Development Branch,
St Albans, UK
 

V 4

REPORT ON THE DEPLOYMENT OF CS IRRITANT GAS AS A NON-LETHAL WEAPON FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE PROTECTION OF AUSTRIAN FEDERAL ARMY PROPERTY
B. Schneider
Amt für Rüstung und Wehrtechnik, Vienna, A
 

V 5

KINETIC ENERGY - BLUNT TRAUMA PROJECTILES. DANGERS, LIMITS AND OPPORTUNITIES
M. Annati
MoD-Navarm, Rome, I
 

V 6

COMPUTER-AIDED TOOLS FOR SYSTEM ANALYSIS OF NLW DEVELOPMENT AND DEPLOYMENT
A.H. Mahir
Aerospace Research Agency, UK
V.V. Leonov, V.V. Selivanov, A.V. Kozyrev
Bauman Moscow State Technical University,
Moscow, RUS
Session 3 ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES
Chairman: D. Surateau
DGA/DET/ETBS, Bourges, F
 

V 7

AIRBORNE LONG-RANGE NLW DISPENSER
S. Zettl, W. Liehmann, K.-D. Thiel
Fraunhofer ICT, Pfinztal, D
 

V 8

APPLICATION OF INACTIVE PAYLOAD
TRANSFER BY VORTEX RING IN NON-LETHAL WEAPONS SYSTEMS
D. P. Levin, V. V. Selivanov
Bauman Moscow State Technical University,
Moscow, RUS
 

V 9

ELECTRIC DISCHARGE IN THE WATER- SOURCE OF SHOCK WAVES FOR NON-LETHAL WEAPONS
M. V. Silnikov, S. L. Kulakov, K. S. Kulakov,
A. I. Mikhaylin
Special Materials, Ltd., St. Petersburg, RUS
 

V 10

NON LETHAL ELECTRIC DISCHARGE LAUNCHER
P. Steardo, A. Adorni, C. Bellotti, F. Varone,
F. Novelli
O.T.O. Melara S.p.A., La Spezia, I
A. Gastaldi
Celin Avio Loc. Cerri, Follo-La Spezia, I
 

V 11

A STUDY FOR INNOVATIVE SOURCES OF HIGH POWER MICROWAVES FOR NLW
A. MATRONE
CRIS - Naples, I
C. Ravera, S.Tenconi, F. Zanzi
Ansaldo Ricerche S.p.A., Genova, I
A. Monorchio
University of Pisa, Pisa, I
Session 4 OPERATIONAL AND TACTICAL ASPECTS
Chairman: Z. Verheij
TNO Defence, Security and Safety, Delft, NL
 

V 12

MILITARY NON-LETHAL SOLUTIONS FOR MEDIUM TO LONG RANGES
O. H. Arnesen, R. Rahimi
Norwegian Defence Research Establishment, Kjeller, N
 

V 13

ENHANCING PEACE KEEPING OPERATIONS WITH NLWs
A. J. van Vliet
TNO Defence Security and Safety, Soesterberg, NL
 

V 14

BEHAVIORAL REACTIONS TO THE USE OF LESS-LETHAL WEAPONS IN FOUR COUNTRIES
M. D. Silver, E.W. Holder
Anacapa Sciences, Inc., Santa Barbara, USA


Wednesday, May 23

Session 5 EFFECTS
Chairman: U. Sundberg
FOI, Tumba, SE
 

V 15

DRUG-INDUCED LOSS OF AGGRESSIVENESS IN THE MACAQUE RHESUS
L. Hess
Institute of Experimental Medicine (IKEM), Prague, CZ
J. Schreiberová, J. Málek, M. Votava
Charles University Prague, Prague, CZ
J. Fusek
University of Defence, Hradec Králové, CZ
 

V 16

INDIVIDUAL BEHAVIORAL RESPONSE TO DIRECTED ENERGY NON-LETHAL WEAPONS: CONCEPTUALIZING FUTURE RESEARCH
A. Ashworth, D. Jones
Air Force Research Laboratory, Brooks AFB, USA
 

V 17

OBSERVATIONS ON DENDRITE MORPHOLOGY IN RAT HIPPOCAMPAL NEURONS EXPOSED TO HIGH POWER MICROVAWES
M. Risling, M. Sköld
Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI), Stockholm, SE
Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, SE
E. Malm
Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI), Stockholm, SE
L. Malmgren
University of Lund, Lund, SE
 

V 18

AN ANALYSIS OF THE DISABLING POTENTIALITIES OF HIGH LEVEL UWB ELECTROMAGNETIC PULSES ON SENSITIVE ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
P. Bernardi, R. Cicchetti, O. Testa
University of Rome »La Sapienza«, Rome, I
A. Di Vito
Elettronica S.p.A., Rome, I
F. Filippine
Consultant Elettronica S.p.A., Rome, I
Session 6 EVALUATION OF EFFECTS I
Chairman: M. Klaus
WTD 52, Oberjettenberg, D
 

V 19

MULTI-SPECTRAL MEASUREMENT OF NLW EFFECTS
F. Wolf
Wehrtechnische Dienststelle für Schutz- und Sondertechnik (WTD 52), Oberjettenberg, D
 

V 20

PRESSURE MEASUREMENTS AT IMPACT OF KINETIC ENERGY AMMUNITIONS
J. Höcherl
Universität der Bundeswehr München, Neubiberg, D
 

V 21

MEDICAL ASPECTS OF NLW
W. Weinert
Sanitätsamt der Bundeswehr, München, D
 

V 22

RISK CHARACTERIZATION OF ELECTROMUSCULAR INCAPACITATING DEVICES:
LITERATURE SURVEY AND DESCRIPTION OF A SAFE TEST ARRANGEMENT
H. Ruser, H.-R. Tränkler, D. Zhelondz
Universität der Bundeswehr München, Neubiberg, D
Session 7 EVALUATION OF EFFECTS II
Chairman: M. Hubbard
DSTL, Sevenoaks, UK
 

V 23

THE STATE OF CURRENT HUMAN RESEARCH AND ELECTRONIC CONTROL DEVICES (ECD)s
J. D. Ho
Hennepin County Medical Center, Minneapolis, USA
D. M. Dawes
Lompoc District Hospital, Lompoc, USA
M. A. Johnson
TASER International, Scottsdale, USA
 

V 24

THE IMPACT OF EXPOSURE STANDARDS ON DIRECTED ENERGY NON-LETHAL WEAPONS (DENLW)
M. R. Murphy
Air Force Research Laboratory, Brooks AFB, USA
 

V 25

PRINCIPLES OF MEDICAL-BIOLOGIC CRITERIA OF SAFETY FOR NLW DEVICES OF ELECTROMAGNETIC TECHNOLOGY
O. Grigoriev, V. Stepanov, V. Prokofiev
Institute of Biophysics, Moscow, RUS
Session 8 LEGAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PUBLIC ACCEPTANCE
Chairman: H. Oppenheim
Bundesministerium für Landesverteidigung, Vienna, A
 

V 26

VOODOO SCIENCE AND NONLETHAL WEAPONS
C. »Sid« Heal,
Los Angeles Sheriff's Department, Monterey Park, USA
V. Bovbjerg
University of Virginia Medical Center, USA
J. Kenny
Pennsylvania State University, USA
 

V 27

ENSURING THE PROTECTION OF CIVILIANS AND RESPECT FOR INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW
D. Loye
International Committee of the Red Cross,
Geneva, CH
 

V 28

PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF NON-LETHAL WEAPONS: A NEW APPROACH FOR DEFINING MORE EFFECTIVE USES
P. Capet
THALES COMMUNICATIONS, Colombes, F
Current and Desired Capabilities
  P 29 CENTER OF EXCELLENCE ON LESS LETHALITY
T. Jacobs
FN HERSTAL, Herstal, B
P. Thys
University of Liege, B
  P 30 ACOUSTIC WEAPONS: ARE THEY FEASIBLE?
N. C. Nicholas, T. A. Brungart, T.E. McDevitt, A.R. Barnard,
B.L. Kline, D.M. Jenkins, M. Hendrickson, A.F. Mazzara
Pennsylvania State University, State College, USA
  P 31 STUDY OF CONSTRAINTS ON THE DRIVER
D. Vaillant
DGA, Bourges, F
  P 32 INTERNATIONAL LESS LETHAL WEAPONS DATABASE
M. Symons
Home Office Scientific Development Branch, St Albans, UK
  P 33 JET PROTECTOR JPX - OC LAUNCHER
J. Thomann
Piexon AG Aarwangen, CH
Advanced Technologies
  P 34 NON-LETHAL EFFECTS AND PRECISION OF THE PAINTBALL-SYSTEM
H. Fang, H. Kaufmann
RUAG Land Systems, Thun, CH
B. Kneubühl
Science + Technology Centre armasuisse, Thun, CH
C. Inäbnit
armasuisse, Bern, CH
  P 35 COMPACT VACUUM TUBE WITH VIRTUAL CATHODE FOR REPEATED GENERATION HPM
L. Drazan, R. Vrana
University of Defence, Brno, CZ
  P 36 HIGH POWER GENERATOR TEST, PGP-II
P. Fiala, M. Steinbauer, R. Kubasek
Brno University of Technology, Brno, CZ
B. Kral
PROTOTYPA a.s., Brno, CZ
  P 37 MEASUREMENT METHODS OF PULSED POWER GENERATORS
P. Fiala, P. Drexler
Brno University of Technology, Brno, CZ
B. Kral
PROTOTYPA a.s., Brno, CZ
  P 38 FCG-GENERATOR - RESULTS OF RESEARCH AND PRACTICE TESTS
M. Bezdek
VOP-026 Sternberk, divize VTUVP Vyskov, Vyskov, CZ
  P 39 APPROACHES FOR DIRECTED STICK RADIATORS
N. Eisenreich, K.-D. Thiel, A. Herzog, E. Walschburger, H. Krebs
Fraunhofer ICT, Pfinztal, D
  P 40 HIGH ENVIRONMENTAL COMPATIBILITY CARGO PROJECTILE: PROJECT DEVELOPMENT AND EXPERIMENTAL TESTS
A. Lunadei, P. Steardo, A. Gastaldi
O.T.O. Melara S.p.A., La Spezia, I
  P 41 LESS THAN LETHAL PROJECT, A FURTHER OPTION FOR THE CHALLENGE OF THE FUTURE
M. Micheletti
Fabbrica d`Armi Pietro Beretta S.p.A., Brescia, I
  P 42 NON LETHAL BARRIERS BASED ON AIRBAG SYSTEMS
J. Neutz, H. Ebeling, K.-D. Thiel, W. Hill, P. Scholz
Fraunhofer ICT, Pfinztal, D
  P 43 AUTONOMOUS ACOUSTIC SOLID PROPELLANT GAS GENERATORS
G. Sakovich, V. Arkhipov, S. Bondarchuk, A. Vorozhtsov, B. Vorozhtsov
Institute for Problems of Chemical and Energetic Technologies SB RAS, Tomsk, RUS
  P 44 MICROFIBER OBSTACLES
M. Sporer, A. Ganghofer
Diehl BGT Defence GmbH & Co. KG, Roethenbach, D
  P 45 HOT BURNING OXIDISER/METAL FLARES FOR IRRITATION AND DECOY APPLICATIONS
V. Weiser, E. Roth, L. Deimling, W. Eckl, N. Eisenreich
Fraunhofer ICT, Pfinztal, D
  P 46 EXTENDING TASER® ELECTRONIC CONTROL DEVICES - NEW TECHNOLOGIES FOR AREA DENIAL AND EXTENDED RANGE CAPABILITIES
K. Williams, G. Fenton, R. Smith
TASER International, Scottsdale, USA
Operational and Tactical Aspects
  P 47 EXTENDED RANGE NON-LETHAL IMPACT MUNITIONS
J. A. Kapeles
Defense Technology, Casper, USA
  P 48 COMPLEMENTARY EMPLOYMENT OF NON-LETHAL AND LETHAL WEAPONS
L. Czapnick, E. Baldecchi, T.-T. Maï, P. Sieye
DGA, Arcueil, F
  P 49 AREA DENIAL/PERIMETER DEFENSE EMPLOYING NON-LETHAL WEAPONS & NEW TYPE OF SENSOR FENCE
N. C. Nicholas, D. C. Swanson
Pennsylvania State University, State College, USA
D.A. Rigsby
Umbra LLC, USA
  P 50 DETERMINATION OF DEGRADATION POTENTIAL FOR VLAD FIBERS
E. R. Bixon, L. Chico, J. Ackerman
US Army ARDEC, Picatinny Arsenal, USA
  P 51 NON-LETHAL TECHNOLOGIES IN BRAZIL
C. F. Queiroz de Aguiar, P. L. Schneider
Condor Non-Lethal Technologies, Rio de Janeiro, BR
  P 52 ENHANCING THE COMMANDER`S DECISION AID TO MEET FUTURE COMBAT SYSTEM PLATFORM PROTECTION SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
R. M. Yannone
BAE Systems Electronics & Integrated Solutions, Nashua, USA
Effects
  P 53 BIO-EMPULSE: A RESEARCH PROGRAM TO STUDY THE EFFECTS OF NANOSECOND ELECTROMAGNETIC PULSES ON BIOLOGICAL CELLS
R. Barale, A. Monorchio
Universita' di Pisa, Pisa, I
P. Steardo
O.T.O. Melara S.p.A., La Spezia, I
C. Ravera
Ansaldo Ricerche, Genova, I
  P 54 TEMPORARY PARAMETERS OF HIGH VOLTAGE ELECTRIC IMPULSE GENERATING BY SHOCK GUNS IN CAUSING SPASMODIC SYNDROME
G.V. Batanov, S.L. Kulakov, Ä.I. Mikhaylin, M.V. Silnikov
Special Materials, Ltd. St. Petersburg, RUS
  P 55 MORTALITY FOLLOWING TASER EXPOSURE
E. David, A. Fretz, J. Reissenweber
ZEPU GmbH, Zentrum für Elektropathologie und Umweltmedizin, Witten, D
  P 56 TASER AND HEALTH RISK
E. David, A. Fretz, J. Reissenweber
ZEPU GmbH, Zentrum für Elektropathologie und Umweltmedizin, Witten, D
  P 57 SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE OF INSTRUMENTATION FOR HUMAN STATE CONTROL IN INFLUENCE FIELD OF MICROWAVE RADIATION
V. N.Makukhin
Center of Scientific Engineering and Social Activities »Trymas«, Moscow, RUS
  P 58 BLAST WAVE GENERATOR BASED ON PBX ENCLOSED IN WATER CONTAINER
I. Plaksin
LEDAP, Condeixa, P
J. Campos
University of Coimbra, Coimbra, P
Evaluation of Effects
  P 59 MILLIMETRE-WAVE AND LASER NLW: PHYSICS ANALYSIS AND INFERENCES
J. Altmann
Universität Dortmund, Experimentelle Physik III, Dortmund, D
  P 60 PRESSURE, VELOCITY AND DISCHARGE RATES OF INCAPACITANT SPRAYS AND HOW THESE PARAMETERS CAN BE USED TO PREDICT POSSIBLE OCULAR INJURY
S. Croft,
Home Office Scientific Development Branch, St Albans, UK
  P 61 ASSESSMENT OF NON-LETHAL WEAPONS(NLW)
A. Groll, J. Haumann, C. Pick
EADS Deutschland GmbH, Friedrichshafen, D
  P 62 ANALYSIS OF CRITICAL LEVELS OF PHYSICAL EFFECTS ON LOCALIZED MASSES OF PEOPLE (CROWD)
A. V. Kozyrev, V. V. Selivanov, V. V. Leonov
Bauman Moscow State Technical University Moscow, RUS
  P 63 MODELING OF INFLUENCE OF FACTORS OF THE WEAPON OF NOT LETHAL ACTION ON THE PERSON ON THE BASIS OF STUDYING A GUNSHOT INJURY
V. I. Khrupkin, V.V. Savostianov
State Medical Postgraduate Institute of Ministry of Defense of Russian Federation, Moscow, RUS
V. V. Selivanov
Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, RUS
Legal, Psychological and Public acceptance
  P 64 THE USE OF FORCE BY LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES AND LESS LETHAL WEAPONS: APPLICABILITY AND ACCEPTABILITY
L. Hougardy
University of Liege, Faculty of Law, Liège, B