EXERTER End user and Expert Community (EEC), was an external group of stakeholders in the field of
Security of Explosives (SoE) which had agreed to support and interact with the EXERTER consortium.
The EXERTER End user and Expert Community (EEC) has had an important role in sharing their expertise, defining practitioners’ needs as well as following and assessing the progress of the project. The EEC was represented by a variety of external end users, Research and technology organisations, academia and industries. It expanded during the course of the project development.
In cooperation with the EEC and other stakeholders, EXERTER did define a scenario each year, which was used to identify gaps in capabilities related to explosives threats, possible solutions and other issues. The knowledge from the EEC on for example emerging threats or to highlight issues which needs solving was valuable throughout this work.
Being a member of the EXERTER EEC provided a possibility to:
The EXERTER EEC (End User and Expert Community) was managed by beneficiary/partner PSNI – Police Service of Northern Ireland as the Work Package Leader of WP8 - Dissemination.
FOI, Swedish Defence Research Agency
SE-164 90 Stockholm
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This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 786805.