Company profiles


3DX-RAY Ltd is a global market and technology leader in line-scan x-ray imaging systems for security and industrial inspection. Our security systems combine high image quality with ease of use and competitive pricing. Portable, mobile and fixed systems are offered to meet a wide range of security x-ray inspection needs.
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Armament Research Services (ARES) is a specialist technical intelligence consultancy, offering expertise and analysis to a range of government and non-government entities in the arms and munitions field. ARES fills a critical market gap, and offers unique technical support to other actors operating in the sector. Drawing on the extensive experience and broad-ranging skillsets of our staff and contractors, ARES delivers full-spectrum research & analysis, technical review, training, and project support services. Our services are often delivered in support of national, regional, and international initiatives, and can be conducted in both permissive and non-permissive environments.
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aunav is a brand specialized in the design, development, production and delivery of remote control robots for explosive, CBRN and hazards disposal. Its Remoted Operated Vehicles (ROV) are also prepared for HazMat CBRN(e) handling, logistics (mule), medical support (MEDEVAC) and reconnaissance (Recce).
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Better Risk is an independent company specialising in ammunition safety, ordnance management, maritime security and defence activities. It conducts risk assessment and mitigation for high profile international public-private agencies, across commercial, defence and humanitarian sectors…
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CBRNe Secure India provides consultancy services in the field of CBRNe Security and Disaster Management to all the stake holders both with in the Government and the corporate sector.
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CBRNE Terrorism newsletterCBRNE-Terrorism Newsletter is a bimonthly e-journal provided free of charge to First Responders around the globe involved in CBRNE and counter-terrorism operations. It is read by colleagues in more than 80 countries and distributed to more than 700 institutions, organizations, state departments and defense agencies & companies.
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Established in 2011, Conflict Armament Research (CAR) generates unique evidence on weapon supplies into armed conflicts in order to inform and support effective weapon management and control. CAR investigation teams work on the ground in active armed conflicts. The teams document weapons at the point of use and track their sources back through the chains of supply. CAR teams investigate weapons in a variety of conflict-related situations—be they recovered by state security forces, surrendered at the cessation of hostilities, cached, or held by insurgent forces.
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The vision of the Counter Improvised Explosive Devices Centre of Excellence (C-IED COE) plans to use a Comprehensive Approach to face up the challenge, with the support of not only military personnel, but also the contribution from law enforcement, police, intelligence community and civilians from research & technology industry.
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The Counter Extremism Project (CEP) is a not-for-profit, non-partisan, international policy organization formed to combat the growing threat from extremist ideologies. Led by a renowned group of former world leaders and diplomats it combats extremism by pressuring financial and material support networks; countering the narrative of extremists and their online recruitment; and advocating for smart laws, policies, and regulations.
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Understanding and responding to complex security situations requires an interdisciplinary approach, which is the hallmark of the work of the Centre for International Security and Resilience (CISR) at Cranfield University. 
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The Danish Demining Group (DDG) is a Humanitarian Mine Action Unit in the Danish Refugee Council (DRC). DDG operates in some of the most fragile and conflict-affected places in the world. The focus is on those countries most affected by landmines and other Explosive Remnants of War (ERW), as well as the widespread proliferation of small arms and light weapons.
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The Directorate of Mine Action Coordination (DMAC) of the Afghanistan National Disaster Management Authority (ANDMA) is a regulatory body for the Humanitarian Mine Action Programme of Afghanistan (MAPA). Through its headquarters in Kabul and its seven regional offices, DMAC manages, coordinates and oversees the humanitarian mine action activities implemented by national and international non-governmental organizations and commercial companies. Mine Action has five pillars including Demining (survey, mapping, marking and clearance), Mine Risk Education, Stockpile Destruction, Victim Assistance and Advocacy. DMAC is being supported by the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (GoIRA) and International Donors.
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DynITEC GmbH was founded out of Dynamit Nobel in 2002 and is a leading manufacturer for energetic material for military and civil application, explosive devices for military and police use and electronic initiation systems, for over 20 Countries worldwide within the law enforcement and civil sector.
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ENCIRCLE – During recent years a significant amount of EU and national funding have been spent on CBRNE related projects. The CBRNE projects were funded within EU Research and Innovation programmes (incl. FP6, FP7, H2020), DG ECHO’s Programme for Capacity Building, DG HOME’s Internal Security Fund, DG DEVCO’s CBRN Risk Mitigation Centers of Excellence (CoE), Structural Funds, European Defence Agency programmes, etc. We attempted to provide in one place list of the various CBRNE projects carried out within programmes mentioned above as well as the other programmes. The list is certainly not complete and will be updated continuously with a hope that soon it will contain most of the CBRNE projects that have been carried out in EU.
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The European Defence Agency was established under a Joint Action of the Council of Ministers on 12 July, 2004, “to support the Member States and the Council in their effort to improve European defence capabilities in the field of crisis management and to sustain the European Security and Defence Policy as it stands now and develops in the future”. 
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NATO EOD COE logoThe Explosive Ordnance Disposal Centre of Excellence (EOD COE) was founded in 2007, three years after Slovak Republic joined NATO and volunteered to establish the EOD COE on its territory. With the Slovak Republic as a Framework Nation, providing the Centre with infrastructure and the main manning body, the EOD COE is supported by four Sponsoring Nations (CZE, HUN, POL and ROU).
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Fondation Suisse de DéminageFSD clears explosive remnants of war so that people can again live in safety. Landmines are not the only explosive threats to civilian populations once a war ends. Often, bombs, artillery shells, mortars, rockets and grenades, or cluster munitions that did not explode when they were employed, still pose a risk of detonation, sometimes many decades after they were used or discarded. Also, many post-modernist conflicts have seen the wide-spread use of improvised explosive devices (IEDs). These are devices that can use conventional explosive charges or improvised home-made explosives; in addition to this they may utilise improvised switching mechanisms using simple or complex electronics, radios and remote triggers, long command wires, trip wires or “booby trap” pressure, or pressure release, type switches. The multitude of improvised mechanisms that may be adopted, combined with unpredictable and inherently improvised construction methods, present an entirely new and dangerous threat to humanitarian operators. Read more…


The Garrett name has come to stand for more than metal detection; it is a philosophy for unparalleled customer satisfaction. The company founders believed that their metal detectors could lead the industry in capabilities and results, they recognized early on that commitment and loyalty to their customers would be the true source of success.
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The Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining (GICHD) is an expert organisation working to reduce the impact of mines, cluster munitions and other explosive hazards, in close partnership with mine action organisations and other human security actors. We support the ultimate goals of mine action: saving lives, returning land to productive use and promoting development. Based at the Maison de la paix in Geneva, and founded in 1998, the GICHD employs around 65 staff members from 19 nations. This makes the GICHD a unique and international centre of mine action expertise and knowledge.
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ICOR Technology Inc. (ICOR), is a Canadian-based company that manufactures and supplies affordable, high-quality, protective security equipment to Explosive Ordinance Disposal (EOD), Tactical, and CBRNE units worldwide. Incorporated in 2005, ICOR’s main expertise is in the engineering and manufacturing of the life-saving CALIBER® Robots that are in use with law enforcement agencies in over 55 countries. All CALIBER® robots are made on-site in Ottawa, Canada, within the company’s 27,500 sqft (2,555 sqm) manufacturing facility: from R&D, design and prototyping to machine shop, assembly and quality assurance.
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The Irish Defence Forces are organised under the Chief of Staff, supported by Deputy Chief of Staff Operations , and the Deputy Chief of Staff Support. They consist of a Permanent Defence Force (PDF), which is a standing force and provides the main capability for military operations, and the Reserve Defence Forces (RDF), military reserve forces which support the PDF if necessary. The PDF is organised into three service branches: the Army, the Naval Service, and the Air Corps. The RDF may be further subdivided into a First Line Reserve (FLR) and a Second Line Reserve; the First Line Reserve comprises former members of the Permanent Defence Force, while the Second Line Reserve comprises an Army Reserve and a Naval Service Reserve (both recruited directly from the civilian population).
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JIDA JIEDDO logoThe Joint Improvised-Threat Defeat Agency (JIDA) will enable Department of Defense actions to counter improvised threats with tactical responsiveness and through anticipatory, rapid acquisition in support of Combatant Commands’ efforts to prepare for, and adapt to, battlefield surprise in support of counter-terrorism, counter-insurgency, and other related mission areas including counter-improvised explosive device.
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L3HarrisL3Harris is an agile global aerospace and defense technology innovator, delivering end-to-end solutions that meet customers’ mission-critical needs. We provide advanced defense and commercial technologies across air, land, sea, space and cyber domains. We bring speed, innovation and flawless execution together with our commitment to make the world safer and more secure.
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Logos Imaging LLC is a US-based manufacturer of rugged, reliable, cost-effective portable X-ray systems designed to meet the needs of security and NDT users worldwide. Our multi-platform software and hardware interface allows seamless integration of a wide variety of portable X-ray imaging devices on a single PC. With many direct radiography systems and options to choose from, operators worldwide trust Logos Imaging for their X-ray requirements.
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The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD) is a law enforcement agency which serves Los Angeles County, California — an area totaling approximately 4,084 square miles with a population of almost 10 million people (2010 U.S. Census). It is the largest Sheriff’s Department in the world, with approximately 18,000 employees.
LASD provides general law enforcement services to 40 contract cities, 90 unincorporated communities, 216 facilities, hospitals, and clinics located throughout the County, nine (9) community colleges, the Metropolitan Transit Authority and 47 Superior Courts. LASD also provides services such as laboratories and academy training to smaller law enforcement agencies within the County. Additionally, LASD is responsible in securing approximately 18,000 inmates daily in 7 custody facilities which includes providing food and medical treatment.
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The Military Engineering Centre of Excellence (MILENG COE) is an International Military Organisation in accordance with the NATO Paris Protocol, manned and funded by contributions from 16 sponsoring NATO nations.  It is accredited by NATO and it is a member of the Centre of Excellence network coordinated by Headquarters Supreme Allied Command for Transformation (ACT) in support of NATO, the COE’s sponsoring nations and other customers.  A COE is not a part of the formal NATO Command Structur. Read more…


Allied Command Transformation promotes and leads many initiatives designed to transform NATO’s military structure, its forces, capabilities and doctrine. Allied Command Transformation’s main responsibilities include education, training and exercises, as well as conducting experiments to assess new concepts, and promote interoperability throughout the Alliance. Allied Command Transformation is one of two Strategic Commands in NATO, the other being Allied Command Operations. The primary function of the NATO Command Structure is first and foremost to provide the command and control needed to contribute to the deterrence of aggression and the preservation of peace, security and the territorial integrity of the Alliance.
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Naval Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) mission is to organize, man, train, equip and sustain Navy Expeditionary Combat Forces to execute combat, combat support and combat service support missions across the full spectrum of naval, joint and combined operations which enable access from the sea and freedom of action throughout the sea-to-shore and inland operating environments.
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NCI agency logoThe NATO Communications and Information (NCI) Agency was established on 1 July as a result of the merger of the NATO Consultation, Command and Control Agency (NC3A), the NATO ACCS Management Agency (NACMA), the NATO Communications and Information System Services Agency (NCSA), the ALTBMD Programme and elements of NATO HQ.
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The Ministry of Defense (The Netherlands) consists of 7 organizational units. The 4 armed forces ensure that the soldiers and equipment are ready for deployment. Support the Defense Support Command and the Defense Materiel Organization by supplying products and services. The Board of Staff makes the policy.
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Norwegian People’s Aid is a politically independent membership-based organisation working in Norway and in more than 30 countries around the world. Founded in 1939 as the labour movement’s humanitarian solidarity organisation, NPA aims to improve people’s living conditions and to create a democratic, just and safe society. NPA’s international work covers three core areas: Mine Action and disarmament, Development and Humanitarian relief aid.
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NOVO DR Ltd. offers the highest image quality in the portable digital radiography industry. The ruggedness and reliability of our systems combined with amazing X-Ray Images make them the best in the market. Our intuitive and easy to use products have been designed and engineered by our incredibly professional and highly experienced team!
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OCCAR is a international organisation whose core-business is the through life management of collaborative defence equipment programmes. This organisation was established by means of a convention, which is equivalent to an international treaty.
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Łukasiewicz – PIAP Institute is the first and largest Polish manufacturer of mobile robots for special applications in army, police, border guards and fire fighters. Robots and robotic devices are used in C-IED operations, surveillance and remote observation, protection of borders and infrastructure, search and rescue missions, crisis management, monitoring and patrolling, detection and CBRN threats analysis.
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As a leader in Military robotics, QinetiQ develops robots in a variety of sizes and with varying capabilities that provide protection and support keeping military, first responders and civilians out of harm’s way. Our family of robots includes small, medium and large unmanned vehicles that can be configured for specific tasks, such as IED defeat, CBRN/hazmat identification, reconnaissance and combat engineering support.
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Sahan Research is a think tank dedicated to promoting peace, stability, and development. With offices in Somalia, Kenya, and the UK, its primary focus is the Horn of Africa, East Africa and the Middle East, where its team possesses decades of experience in political analysis, security dynamics, peace building, and governance.
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C-IED2014Scanna is an x-ray company that does things differently. We are proud to present the new normal for portable x-ray systems. Compact, rugged, fast to deploy with minimal setup and internally protected against adverse weather conditions, impact and drops.
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The Swedish Armed Forces is a body subject to the Swedish Parliament and government. It is headed by the Supreme Commander who leads and supervises the Armed Forces through Armed Forces Headquarters. The Director General is deputy commander of the Armed Forces.
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Teledyne Technologies Inc.In 1993, two experts from the X-Ray generation field spotted a gap in the market. They realized that the X-Ray world was clearly missing quality, light and effective portable X-Ray generators that could benefit a wide variety of users. During the next two long and exhausting years, they tirelessly worked on designing and producing the first ever-portable X-Ray generator – The SITEX C3003.
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Founded in 2004, Terrogence is a global pioneer and leader in the field of Web Intelligence (WEBINT). Our principal assets over the years have been our highly-experienced in-house analysts, presently counting 40+ experts in different fields such as, Terror Funding and Recruiting, Criminal Activities, Cyber Threat Intelligence, Strategic Research, Improvised Explosive Devices (IED) and Homemade Explosives (HME) and more. Terrogence delivers intelligence solutions to customers around the world, including government organizations, law enforcement agencies, business enterprises with international operations, and more.
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Thales UK is a trusted global leader delivering technology to the defence, government and critical national infrastructure markets. Thales has always been at the forefront of technology and has supplied the UK’s Armed Forces with world-leading capabilities for over 100 years. Working with partners to invest over £130m in R&D in the UK annually our UK engineering base, including 4,500 highly skilled engineers, provide both sovereign capability as well as cutting-edge export capabilities.
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Operating since 1980, UNIDIR is an autonomous institution within the United Nations that conducts independent research on disarmament and related problems; particularly international security issues. Our specialized focus on disarmament and arms control sets us apart from other think tanks. Our status within the United Nations system enables us to engage with and support Member State deliberations. Our role is to provide ideas and advice and to facilitate dialogue that can advance multilateral arms control and disarmament.
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The United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS) collaborates with 13 other UN departments, agencies, programmes and funds to ensure an effective, proactive and coordinated response to the problems of landmines and explosive remnants of war, including cluster munitions.
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This renowned online course – from the Handa Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence at the University of St Andrews – is recognised as the best globally accessible, flexible, tutored, online part-time study solution for professionals who want to develop their knowledge and understanding of the subject, hone their analysis skills in countering the terrorism and security threat, or prepare themselves for future higher academic study.
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United Nations Officer for Disarmament Affairs (UNODA) was established in January 1998 as the Department for Disarmament Affairs which was part of the SG’s programme for reform in accordance with his report to the General Assembly (A/51/950). It was originally established in 1982 upon the recommendation of the General Assembly’s second special session on disarmament (SSOD II). In 1992, its name was changed to Centre for Disarmament Affairs, under the Department of Political Affairs. At the end of 1997, it was renamed Department for Disarmament Affairs and in 2007, it became the United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs. The Office promotes:

  • Nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation
  • Strengthening of the disarmament regimes in respect to other weapons of mass destruction, and chemical and biological weapons
  • Disarmament efforts in the area of conventional weapons, especially landmines and small arms, which are the weapons of choice in contemporary conflicts.

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VCsecurity is a division of VisiConsult X-ray Systems & Solutions GmbH, a leading manufacturer of digital X-ray solutions with over 15 years’ experience in supplying portable systems for security applications. Based on hundreds of supplied systems globally the systems provide a versatile and easy to use software, durable hardware for operation at any kind of weather conditions and full robot integration.
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Vidisco provides innovative portable X-ray solutions for safe and accurate detection in demanding Security and Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) applications. Founded in 1988, Vidisco pioneered the digital X-ray industry and today, continues to lead in developing, manufacturing and supporting a wide array of solutions. Thousands of Vidisco systems are deployed by top military, security and industrial organizations in 75 countries worldwide. They deliver fast, high-quality imaging in the most challenging environments.
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VRAI developed HEAT – a data driven VR simulation platform with data capture & analytics capabilities powered by machine learning. We have innovatively combined Virtual Reality (VR) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) to provide enterprise and public service organisations with a scalable, remote training solution. VR simulation training provides reduced risk, improved outcomes and increased information retention in comparison to traditional training.
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The World Customs Organisation (WCO) provides leadership, guidance and support to Customs administrations to secure and facilitate legitimate trade, realize revenues, protect society and build capacity. The history of the WCO began in 1947 when the thirteen European Governments represented in the Committee for European Economic Co-operation agreed to set up a Study Group. This Group examined the possibility of establishing one or more inter-European Customs Unions based on the principles of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT).
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