Interview with Neil Drachenberg, Kewlowna International Airport
After the installation of the Remote Package Handling System (RPHS) at Kelowna International Airport, Airport Safety & Security Manager, Neil Drachenberg, talked about the successful implementation of the RPHS. He explains how the system works and how it has improved airport safety and security when dealing with suspicious packages.
NEW Police Operations Support System2018-03-19 — Parisien Research Corporation has developed a new robotic vehicle called the Police Operations Support System (POSS) which is a derivative of our Dismounted Patrol Cargo Carrier (DPCC) concept conceived for the Canadian Army to carry the equipment of a dismounted combat engineer patrol. The POSS is based on the electric Argo Atlas J6 XTR™ (six wheels) and the Argo Atlas J8 XTR™ (eight-wheels) all-terrain unmanned ground vehicles. These vehicles can be equipped for follow-me, tele-operation, or autonomous operation. A GPS-denied environment navigation package is available as an option for vehicles that might be used in subway or mine tunnels. Both vehicles can be air-lifted by helicopter. Both vehicles can pull trailers to transport additional equipment, fuel, and supplies.
Police tactical or specialized teams operating in rural areas face the same challenges as their military counterparts - rough, wooded, or swampy terrain, large amounts of heavy equipment to carry, and the need to resupply personnel once they are deployed. The POSS is the solution to those challenges enabling the same base vehicle to be used in some cases for different applications by simply switching the payload.
Remote Package Handling System Operational at Kelowna International Airport2018-03-19 — Parisien Research Corporation is pleased to announce the introduction into service of the Remote Package Handling System (RPHS) at Kelowna International Airport, British Columbia. This unmanned ground vehicle safely transports suspicious packages from the airport cargo and checked baggage area to a designated disposal area away from flight operations and the passenger terminal. The vehicle is controlled remotely by airport staff as it departs the cargo and baggage area and transits to the disposal site where the suspicious package can be dealt with by an explosive ordinance disposal (EOD) team.
Normally when a suspicious package is identified, airport staff leave it in place, call in police EOD, shutdown airport operations, and evacuate the terminal. Depending on the availability and proximity of an EOD team, the airport could be shut down for many hours, causing massive inconvenience to passengers and loss of revenue due to cancelled or delayed arrivals and departures. Where the RPHS is in use, disruptions to operations are minimal and the terminal does not need to be evacuated as evacuations on their own can be inherently dangerous to those involved.
The RPHS is built on the Argo Atlas J6Tm chassis and controlled by the Advanced Robotics Intelligence System (ARIS)Tm developed by Provectus Robotics Solutions of Ottawa. A side dump box that meets recommended RCMP standards for bomb disposal containers is installed on the top of the chassis. The dump box is capable of handling a range of package sizes weighing in excess of 45 kilograms.
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New RPHS Specification Sheet
March 2018 - Ottawa
Parisien Research Corporation introduce a new addition to the Remote Package Handling System (RPHS), a side dump configuration. The RPHS is an unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) robot that safely and securely removes suspicious packages from the checked baggage and cargo area to deliver them to a safe disposal site away from flight operations. This ensures the rapid removal of any problem for airport staff and the traveling public.
November 2017 - Ottawa
Parisien Research Corporation is pleased to announce our newest Associate, Brent Bergeron. Mr. Bergeron possesses global awareness of terrorism activity and law enforcement surveillance challenges from travel to over 20 countries. In 2016-2017, he authored a comprehensive report designed to improve police Frontline, Investigator, Management, Tactical Team and Surveillance Officer response to imminent terrorist activity and suicide attacks.
In 2017. Mr. Bergeron organized and lectured at a police awareness seminar for surveillance officers, tactical officers, and investigators dealing with terrorism and suicide bombers. Mr. Bergeron possesses global awareness of terrorism activity and law enforcement surveillance challenges from travel to over 20 countries. [click here to see the full biography]
PRC Close Protection Course Offerings
June 2017 - Ottawa
Parisien Research Corporation is pleased to announce the creation of two new courses for Close Protection, the Close Protection Team and the Close Protection Team Leader.
The Close Protection (CP) Level 1 - CP Operator course is a five-day course designed to produce a CP Operator who can perform basic CP tasks effectively under supervision as part of a CP Team. The course brochure for this course can be located by clicking here.
The Close Protection (CP) Level 2 - CP Team Leader course is a ten-day course designed to produce a CP Team Leader. The course brochure can be seen here.
It should be noted that neither course includes training in weapon handling. If there is a need to train in weapons, there is a two-day module available for both courses. For more information or request for training, please contact email@example.com.
Interviewing, Debriefing and Elicitation Course Registration Open
May 2017 - Ottawa
Parisien Research Corporation is pleased to announce that registration is open for the next "Interviewing, Debriefing and Elicitation" course, scheduled for 19-21 September 2017 in Ottawa. This three-day workshop is one of the most highly developed behavioral based communication skills training program available today. You will discover, experience and apply the three foundational keys to connecting with people by designed and not by chance - cutting edge skills within the field of Human Behaviour. Your increased awareness of these three keys will give you tremendous confidence in your ability to gain information from even the most reluctant person. You will improve your communication skills, reduce work-related stress and increase your work quality and productivity.
Click on this link for the brochure .
Further information and registration is available through Eventbrite.
CBRN/HAZMAT Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs) Announcement
November 2016 - Ottawa
The President of Parisien Research Corporation (PRC) is pleased to highlight the release of the latest Robot Canada unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) – the Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear/HAZMAT Reconnaissance System (CBRNRS). Available in three sizes, the system is designed to reduce or eliminate the need to place humans into dangerous environments to determine the type and extent of toxic chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear contamination in urban and rural environments or military theatres of operations.
Click on this link for the brochure (() of the CBRN/HAZMAT UGV and its specifications.
Robot Canada (RobotCanada.com) is a division of PRC. PRC is strategic partner with Provectus Robotics Solutions and Ontario Drive Gear – Robotics/Space Division in this endeavour.
September 2016 - Ottawa
Parisien Research Corporation (PRC) Parisien Research Corporation is pleased to announce that it and its strategic partners will be working with the Canadian Centre of Public Safety Excellence in Summerside PE to present the Interview, Debriefing, and Elicitation Course from 17-21 October 2016. For further information, contact Eric Fiander, Director of Marketing for CCPSE. Or, you can visit the CCPSE website.
OTTAWA, ON - Parisien Research Corporation (PRC) Parisien Research Corporation is pleased to announce that it and its strategic partners will be working with the Canadian Centre of Public Safety Excellence in Summerside PE to present the Police Tactical Negotiator Certification Course from 26 September to 7 October 2016. For further information, contact Eric Fiander, Director of Marketing for CCPSE. Or, you can visit the CCPSE website.
July 2016- Ottawa Canadian Centre of Public Safety Excellence (CCPSE) - New Courses Announced
OTTAWA, ON - Parisien Research Corporation (PRC) is pleased to announce that it and its strategic partner, Bremner Associates Inc., will be working with the Canadian Centre of Public Safety Excellence in Summerside PE to present Tactical Negotiations – Level III Negotiator, a Tactical Negotiator Certification Course, from 26 September to 7 October 2016. This course is for officers who want to become certified negotiators. It is designed to produce a qualified lead negotiator for a Critical Incident Response Team (CIRT).
OTTAWA, ON - Parisien Research Corporation (PRC) is pleased to announce the debut of 12 new courses for public safety and security organizations. Under the leadership of Mr. David Clemis CD, MBA, Vice-President of Training and Development, and in conjunction with the Canadian Centre of Public Safety Excellence (CCPSE) and the Atlantic Police Academy (APA) PRC has developed these courses for all personnel from frontline officers to members of specialized response units. Through its strategic partnership with Bremner Associates Inc., PRC has a gathered a team of highly qualified and experienced instructors in the fields of human behaviour, police tactical operations, tactical negotiations, physical surveillance, weapons training, intelligence, and security. These 12 courses are accredited by APA and are available now through their campus in Summerside, PEI or, through special arrangements, anywhere in Canada.