Join us for the 8th edition of NCT Europe’s CBRNe, C-IED, and EOD event series in the MuseumsQuartier in Vienna, Austria from June 25-27 2019! We invite you to take part in the latest discussions on the newest ways to combat these ever-evolving threats, whilst passing through the NCT Industry Exhibition showcasing novel technologies. The event will also host the 4th edition of the intra-agency and international NCT Pro Trainings at NCT Europe 2019.
he leading event on CBRNe, C-IED and EOD will once again welcome key stakeholders including high-level decision-makers, local and federal first responders and industry experts to discuss the latest developments of these evolving threats. The event will be taking place at theWashington Hilton Dulles Hotel from May 7th to 9th 2019 and will host a conference stream, an industry exhibition on the present and future state-of-the-art as well as the newly introduced NCT PRO Trainings in parallel.
CBRNe Summit Europe 2019 will bring together key officials from across the UK, Europe, Middle East and North America to discuss the following topics during the conference; UK CBRNe Capabilities – Civil and Military Perspectives, NATO CBRNe Capabilities and International Cooperation, The use of Robotics within a Hotzone, European Military CBRNe Threats and Response Techniques, Medical Countermeasures to Chem-Bio Attacks and First Responder Techniques – Hazmat, Decon and EOD.
The conference programme is planned by Gwyn Winfield, editor of CBRNe World magazine, who brings together expert speakers from around the globe, chosen for their insight and challenge, providing attendees with shortcuts to best practice. Streamed sessions allow you to choose presentations that best fit the needs of your organization and foster an understanding of how you can bring together civil and military forces in such fields as CBRN, EOD and hazmat to better prepare for current and future challenges.
NCT Middle East 2017 will provide opportunities to meet leading international experts, regional decision-makers and first responders in the field of CBRNe defense and response.
These pictures were taken at the US Army’s Dugway Proving Ground, a facility that tests and develops methods of working with chemical, biological, radiological, and explosive hazards.
Three dozen biodetection products were tested at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) in order to evaluate their effectiveness in detecting bio-threat agents.