CABEM just released Version 0.3.0 of the Stand-Off Bomb software (SBD). This version of the SBD software integrates control of multiple multichannel analyzers and neutron counters. Lead by M2 Technologies and Kansas State University (KSU), The Stand-Off Bomb Detection project is an initiative to produce a technology for detecting hidden explosives. Using the measurement of neutron and/or photon energies, the SBD device is being developed to quickly interrogate an object in seconds from a range of up to 10m to determine if the target contains conventional explosives. CABEM is developing a GUI-based program to control the SBD instruments in order to integrate and present results to the user, and store results in a database for further analysis later.