The EXERTER project consortium cordially invites you to the
Data: Monday, 24th April - Wednesday, 26th April 2023
Beginning: Monday, 24th April at 13:00 CET
End: Wednesday, 26th April at 13:00 CET
Location: Auditorium of the Nationaal Militair Museum, Verlengde Paltzerweg 1, 3768 MX Soest/ Netherlands External link, opens in new window.
This year’s scenario will be discussed from different perspectives by stakeholders of
the explosive’s security community.
Experts from different EU, police, research and military institutions will give their expertise on how to
manage the “emanating threats from crisis zones” scenario in connection with the EXERTER domains
PREVENT, DETECT, MITIGATE and REACT.
During the three conference days, representatives of Interpol, the Counter Terrorism Unit of the EU
and the Netherlands, experts of the NATO C-IED CoE, the UNDOC and the Defensie CBRN Centrum of
the Netherlands will give their expertise on the topic.
The scenario will also be illuminated and discussed by representatives of the GEOMAR Helmholtz-
Centre for Ocean Research, the Joint Research Centre JCR and the Federal Institute for Materials
Research and Testing BAM.
With this conference, the five years of EXERTER project work will be concluded. Numerous members
of the EXERTER Consortium will reflect and present together with a representative of DG Home and
the EU Project Officer their work and the benefits, effects and a possible future of the EXERTER
This event has already taken place.
Registration deadline is 17th March 2023. The conference is limited to 100 participants. Participation will be granted in order of the application date.
By registering to this event, the participant consents that the provided details are stored according to
GDPR for EXERTER’s internal use. For further information and questions please email to
FOI, Swedish Defence Research Agency
SE-164 90 Stockholm
Tel : +46 8 555 030 00
This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 786805.