MICEBS was developed in
consultation with Australian Red
Cross. One of their requirements
was transport by bicycle or canoe.
MICEBS meets the requirements of the
IFRC for Transitional Housing and
MICEBS is also uniquely suited to
Disaster Risk Reduction Programs and
Soft Power Projection.
Expeditionary forces world-wide
have recognised the need for
Deployable Force Infrastructure
MICEBS was born as the result of
a direct challenge from the
Australian Defence Force to
reinvent containerised infrastructure.
BalPal provides a modular ballistic solution that can be readily applied to the MICEBS forward deployment structures, such as Mobile Command Centres, as well as other critical infrastructure.
Delivered in pre-finished panels as thin as 22mm these ballistics walls provide ballistics protection to the maximum (NATO) classifications under AS/NZS 2343:1997 or UL 752.
BalPal panels are 100% non-combustible and exclusively available from MICEBS.
CHANNEL NINE NEWS
MICEBS gets air time on Channel Nine as a feature story on Humanitarian Housing.
Two minute presentation showing multiple uses for MICEBS and introducing BalPal Architectural Armour.
Founder, Paul Coupe explaining the MICEBS System at the Australian Embassy in Washington DC.