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Counter-IED Report Spring/Summer 2017

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MILITARY ASSISTANCE TO PEACE SUPPORT AND HUMANITARIAN RELIEF OPERATIONS
By Rob Hyde-Bales, Consulting Editor, Counter-IED Report

HUMANITARIAN MINE ACTION INVOLVEMENT IN IMPROVISED EXPLOSIVE DEVICE DISPOSAL
By Andy Grantham and Samuel Paunila, Advisors for Ammunition Operations at the GICHD

IMPROVISED AIR-DELIVERED MUNITIONS IN SYRIA & IRAQ: A BRIEF OVERVIEW
By Kenton Fulmer and N.R. Jenzen-Jones, Armament Research Services (ARES)

SCREENING ELECTRONIC ITEMS
By John Howell, Director of Explosives Technology at DSA Detection

THE BEAR AND THE BOMB: AN OVERVIEW ABOUT RUSSIAN COUNTER-IED MEANS
By Lieutenant Colonel Jose M Rufas, Head of the Defeat the Device Branch, C-IED Centre of Excellence

IRISH DEFENCE FORCES – 7th COUNTER-IED INSTRUCTOR COURSE
By Lt Brian Clarke, BA, LLM. and 2/Lt John Nevin

ARE IEDs WITH TOXIC CHEMICALS REDEFINING METHODS OF CHEMICAL WARFARE?
By Prashant Yajnik, Integrated Chemicals and Compliance Management Consultant


Counter-IED Report Winter 2016/17


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CHANGES IN THE COUNTER–IED OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT
By Russell McIntyre, former US Department of Defense

C-IED EDUCATION AND TRAINING – THE WAY FORWARD
By Torsten Gottlieb, Lieutenant Colonel DEU Army, Branch Chief Philippe Belda, Lieutenant Colonel FRA Army, Lessons Learned Section Chief Jose Lopez Navarro, Lieutenant Commander ESP Navy, Training Section Chief Dragos Gheorghe, Major ROU Army, R&D Analyst within LL section Niklas Tornesjo, Lieutenant Colonel SWE Army, Exercise Coordinator Training Section Levente TÁBI, Lieutenant Colonel, Hungarian Army / Engineer Corps

THE ISLAMIC STATE IN IRAQ AND SYRIA IED REVOLUTION
By Greg Robin – Sahan C-IED Expert, Camille Chautard – Sahan Analyst and Stephanie Braquehais, Editor

FAKE BOMB SEARCHERS: EXPLOSIVE DETECTION SCAM IS SCARING THE C-IED MARKET!
By Lieutenant Colonel Jose M Rufas, Head of the Defeat the Device Branch, C-IED Centre of Excellence

DENSITY RANGES OF EXPLOSIVES FOR DEVELOPING X-RAY DETECTION WINDOWS
By John D. Howell, DSA Detection

IEDs: ATTACK THE NETWORKS – NEED FOR MULTI-AGENCY COORDINATED EFFORT
By Colonel H R Naidu Gade (Retd.)

WEAPONS EXPLOITATION AND POST BLAST SCENE INVESTIGATION TRAINING
By Robert Shaw, Security and Intelligence consultant


Counter-IED Report Autumn 2016

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EDITION HIGHLIGHTS:

“LAST CALL, CLOSING GATES… TO TERRORISM”; SOMETHING BETWEEN REALITIES AND DREAMS ABOUT SAFE AIRPORTS
By Lieutenant Colonel Jose M Rufas, Head of the Defeat the Device Branch, C-IED Centre of Excellence

ADVANCES IN LASER EXPLOSIVES DETECTION TECHNOLOGIES
By Thermo Fisher Scientific – Portable Analytical Instruments

FEMALE ROLES RELATED TO IEDs
By Zsuzsanna Balogh, PhD, project manager, NATO HQ SACT

IMPROVISED EXPLOSIVE DEVICES (IEDs):  A HUMANITARIAN MINE ACTION PERSPECTIVE
By Dr Robert Keeley, Chief Technical Advisor, Danish Demining Group (DDG)

EFFECTIVE POST-CONFLICT COUNTER-IED AND EOD TRAINING, SKILLS AND CAPABILITY DEVELOPMENT FOR OUR EOD FORCES
By Rear Adm. Brian Brakke, Commander, Navy Expeditionary Combat Command/NECC Pacific

THE IMPACT OF REGIONAL AND NATIONAL REGULATIONS ON ISLAMIC STATE BOMB-MAKING CAPABILITIES IN IRAQ
By Damien Spleeters, field investigator for Conflict Armament Research

ISLAMIC STATE CONCEALING LOOSE POWDER EXPLOSIVES IN VBIEDs
By Michael Cardash, Chief Superintendent (Ret.)

IEDs – MAOIST INGENUITY CHALLENGE FOR INDIAN POLICE FORCES
By Colonel H R Naidu Gade (Retd.)

EXERCISE BISON COUNTER 16
By Major Jonas Frohlund, Chief of the Training and Exercise Section, Göta Engineer Regiment in Sweden


Counter-IED Report Spring/Summer 2016

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THE WICKED PROBLEM OF LANDMINES
By Maxine Vining and Benedict Wilkinson, The Policy Institute at King’s College London

CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION – PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICAL APPROACHES
By Pavel Manas, Head of the Department of Engineering Technology, University of Defence – Czech Republic and Zsuzsanna Balogh, Project Manager, NATO HQ SACT

STOPPING THE TERROR: BRUSSELS SOUTH CHARLEROI AIRPORT
By Laurent Colson, Marketing & Communication Manager, Teledyne ICM

“CAR BOMB” NEW WAVE: A TACTICAL USE OF VEHICLE BORNE IEDs FOR A 21ST CENTURY
By Lieutenant Colonel Jose M Rufas, Allied Headquarters Joint Force Command Brunssum

YOU KNOW IT’S ALL ABOUT THE BOMB, BOUT THE BOMB
By Steve Johnson, Lecturer Intelligence and Forensic Exploitation at Cranfield University

COUNTER–IED COLLECTION AND EXPLOITATION: A CAPABILITY IN NEED OF A SYSTEM OF SYSTEMS APPROACH
By Russell McIntyre, former US Department of Defense

JOINT DEPLOYABLE EXPLOITATION AND ANALYSIS LABORATORY, READY TO DEPLOY
By Paco Cifuentes, Project Officer Countering Improvised Explosive Devices, European Defence Agency

NATO INVESTIGATORS’ BOOTS ON THE GROUND: STANDARDIZING THEATRE EXPLOITATION
By Lieutenant Colonel Jose M Rufas, Allied Headquarters Joint Force Command Brunssum

FIELD DETECTION OF HME USED IN IEDs: FACTORS AFFECTING THE PRODUCT CHOICE
By Dr. A. Roxana Nicolaescu, Senior R&D Scientist, Serim Research Corporation

TRACING IMPROVISED WEAPON COMPONENTS: FIELD PERSPECTIVE
By Damien Spleeters, Field Investigator, Conflict Armament Research (CAR)

CIVIL-MILITARY COOPERATION AGAINST ISIL: IEDs AS A CHALLENGE
By Philip Chr. Ulrich, American foreign and defense policy analyst

MARITIME C-IED
By Richard Battrick MSc MPA CEng FIExpE, Battrick Consultancy Limited

ACTION ON EXPLOSIVE WEAPONS UNDER BIG BEN!
By Nigel Ellway, Head of Secretariat for the APPG on Explosive Weapons


 

Counter-IED Report Winter 2015/16

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EDITION HIGHLIGHTS:

COLLAPSING ADVERSARIAL NETWORKS
By Chris McNicol PSM, adjunct associate professor, University of New South Wales, Canberra, Australia

THE RISING IED THREAT TO UN PEACEKEEPING OPERATIONS
By Robert Shaw, C-IED Advisor, Department of Peacekeeping Operations, UNMAS

COUNTERING THREAT ANONYMITY: BIOMETRICS IN SUPPORT OF MILITARY OPERATIONS
By Major Jeroen van Kleef, senior staff officer Biometrics, Defence Expertise Centre C-IED, Land Warfare Centre, NLD Ministry of Defence

ENHANCING INTERGOVERNMENTAL COUNTER-TERRORISM AND IDENTITY DISCOVERY CAPABILITIES THROUGH IDENTITY AND BIOMETRIC ENABLED INTELLIGENCE (BEI)
By Victor R. Morris, civilian contractor and instructor at the U.S. Army Europe’s Joint Multinational Readiness Center (JMRC) in Germany

EOD AND BLACK BOX THINKING
By Roger Davies MBE QGM, former commander of the Northern Ireland Bomb Disposal Unit

S-402: GAINING TIME AND IMPROVED SAFETY FOR THE EOD OPERATOR
By Lieutenant Colonel (Special Services for Defense Industry) Juan Rosillo Parra, EXPAL SYSTEMS SA

RFT-2 PROLIFERATION
By MAJ Philip D. Cordaro, Neutralization Section Chief, NATO C-IED Center of Excellence in Madrid

TERRIFIED BEFORE TERROR TO COME: REFLECTIONS ABOUT THE WESTERN APPROACH TO IED RISK/EVENT MANAGEMENT
By Lieutenant Colonel Jose M Rufas,Allied Headquarters Joint Force Command Brunssum

RECALLING 1993 MUMBAI SERIAL BOMB BLASTS
By Colonel H R Naidu Gade (Retd.)

AMMUNITION SAFETY MANAGEMENT 
PREVENTING LOSS OF LIFE AND PROPERTY, AND DIVERSION FROM STOCKPILES
By Samuel Paunila, Advisor for Ammunition Operations, GICHD and Andrew Hoole, Ammunition Safety Management consultant, GICHD


Counter-IED Report Autumn 2015

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EDITION HIGHLIGHTS:

A GLOBAL RESPONSE TO THE IED THREAT
By Robert Shaw, C-IED Advisor, Department of Peacekeeping Operations, UNMAS

REFLECTIONS ON MINE WARFARE FROM A SOLDIER
By Lt Col Matthew Whitchurch

THE CHALLENGE OF PRESSURE PLATE IEDs (PPIEDs) AND ERW CONTAMINATION IN AFGHANISTAN
By Abdul Qudos Ziaee, operations R&D manager for Mine Action Coordination Center of Afghanistan (MACCA)

COUNTERING THE IED THREAT WITH ADVANCED GROUND PENETRATING RADAR TECHNOLOGIES
By Juan Hernandez, Vice President of Business Development, Chemring Sensors and Electronic Systems

A MATTER PROMPTED BY PRINTED MATTER: THREAT NETWORKS & DIGITAL MAGAZINES
By Lieutenant Colonel Jose M Rufas, Allied Headquarters Joint Force Command Brunssum

C-IED: THE NEXT DECADE
By Capt Alan Kearney, Ordnance Corps technician, the Irish Defence Forces

THE IED AS A HOMELAND SECURITY RISK FACTOR
By Ltc. Zsuzsanna Balogh, PhD., NATO HQ SACT

EXPANDING THE COUNTER-IMPROVISED EXPLOSIVE DEVICE (C-IED) NETWORK ENGAGEMENT LINE OF OPERATION:
COMPREHENSIVE NETWORK ENGAGEMENT (CNE) UKRAINE

By Victor R. Morris, a civilian contractor and instructor at the U.S. Army Europe’s Joint Multinational Readiness Center (JMRC) in Germany

PREPARED FOR THE NEXT MISSION ABROAD? – BLÜCHER’S FRAGMENT PROTECTIVE CLOTHING (FPC) SYSTEM CLOSES THE GAP IN CURRENT PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE)
By Katrin S. Freier, Product & Sales Manager, Material Science Body Amour

IEDs: INDIAN PEACE KEEPING FORCE EXPERIENCES IN SRI LANKA
By Colonel H R Naidu Gade (Retd.)

INCREASING THREAT OF IEDs: PROGRAMME GLOBAL SHIELD TAKES ADDITIONAL STEPS TO ENSURE SECURITY OF THE SUPPLY CHAIN
By Jeffrey T Wickett, Programme Manager for Programme Global Shield, World Customs Organization (WCO)

GERMAN COUNTER-IED BOOKLET SERIES
By LtCol Rainer Jung, C-IED Centre Bundeswehr Joint Forces Operations (BwJFOCOM)


 

Counter-IED Report, Spring 2015

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EDITION HIGHLIGHTS:

HUMANITARIAN MINE ACTION IN AFGHANISTAN AFTER ISAF
By Rob Hyde-Bales, Consulting Editor, Counter-IED Report

IEDs: WHAT FURTHER ACTION FOR THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY?
By Capt. (N) Erwan Roche, coordinator of the CCW APII group of experts, and Ms Anne Morel, chargée de mission

LAW ENFORCEMENT AND INTELLIGENCE WORKING TOGETHER:
ORGANISATIONAL CULTURES, COMMUNICATION AND COUNTERING THREAT NETWORKS
By Christine R. Gardner, PhD, CHS-III, IAC-III 

AUGMENTED REALITY IN SUPPORT OF DISMOUNTED OPERATIONS
By Angelo Messina – Italy Ministry of Defence and Cristian Coman, Franco Fiore, and Pascal van Paridon – NATO Communication and Information Agency, Joint Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Service Line

ASELSAN’s INNOVATIVE C-IED SOLUTIONS
By Erdem Coşkun, Project Manager at ASELSAN Inc.

EXPLOSIVE RISK MANAGEMENT
By Lieutenant Colonel Florin Obreja, Military Engineering Centre of Excellence (MILENG)

UNITED NATIONS SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 1540
NON-PROLIFERATION RISKS – GOVERNANCE AND COMPLIANCE MANAGEMENT IN INDIAN CHEMICAL INDUSTRY
By Prashant Yajnik, Independent Professional, Integrated Chemicals and Compliance Management


Counter-IED Report, Winter 2014/15

 

EDITION HIGHLIGHTS:

THE CIED CAMPAIGN AFTER ISAF: A NATO PERSPECTIVE
By Dr. Jamie Shea, Deputy Assistant Secretary General, Emerging Security Challenges Division, NATO HQ, Brussels

EOD FUTURE IN THE LIGHT OF THE NATO EOD DEMONSTRATIONS AND TRIALS 2014
By Colonel Lubomír Mrván, Director, Explosive Ordnance Disposal Centre of Excellence, Slovakia

REMOTELY PILOTED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS (RPAS) USED BY CIVIL EMERGENCY SERVICES AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON RESILIENCEBy Samuel Paunila, an advisor for ammunition technical operations at the Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining

MANUAL NEUTRALISATION TRAINING: PREPARING FOR THE WORST
By Francisco Cifuentes, Project Officer for C-IED at EDA

AN INTRODUCTION TO THE EFFECTS OF EXPLOSIONS AND BLAST INJURIES
By José Ignacio Yenes Gallego, Maj – OF3 ESP (A), R & D Analyst, Defeat The Device Branch, C-IED Centre of Excellence and Joaquín Martínez Valero, Maj – OF3 ESP (A), IED Effects Mitigation Analyst, Defeat The Device Branch, C-IED Centre of Excellence

CLANDESTINE LABORATORIES: THE REAL BREAKING BAD
By two anonymous operational IEDD operators, Defence Forces, Ireland
 
C-IED TERMINOLOGY… THE TOWER OF BABEL RISES AGAIN!
By Lieutenant Colonel Jose M. Rufas, Allied Headquarters Joint Force Command Brunssum

Counter-IED Report, Autumn 2014
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EDITION HIGHLIGHTS:

RESHAPING JOINT MILITARY DOCTRINE FOR THE AGE OF IEDs

By Jon-Paul deLange

DEVELOPMENTS IN THE FIELD OF C-IED WITHIN THE BUNDESWEHR
By Maj Michael Feyen, C-IED Centre Bundeswehr

FRAGMENT PROTECTIVE CLOTHING – A HOLISTIC APPROACHTO LIGHTWEIGHT BALLISTIC BODY PROTECTION
By Katrin S. Freier, Product & Sales Manager – Material Science Body Amour

THE HISTORY OF THE BOMB DISPOSAL VEHICLE
By Fred Powada, Operations Manager, Thistle Polymer Composites

THE INTEGRATED C-IED TRANSIT RESPONSE TEAM
By Michael Digby, Detective/Bomb Technician, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department

IED EVENTS IN UKRAINE: METRICS AND OTHER CONSIDERATIONS
By Lieutenant Colonel Jose M Rufas, Allied Headquarters Joint Force Command Brunssum

ENFORCEMENT OF STRATEGIC TRADE CONTROLS – AN INDIAN CHEMICAL INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVE
By Prashant Yajnik, Consultant, Export Controls,Chemicals Management and Compliance


Counter-IED Report, Spring/Summer 2014
 

EDITION HIGHLIGHTS:

INTELLIGENCE AND INFORMATION COLLECTION, ANALYSIS AND SHARING
By Rob Hyde-Bales, Consulting Editor, Counter-IED Report

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES IN SUPPORT TO C-IED OPERATIONS
By Dr. Cristian Coman and Dr. Franco Fiore, NATO Communications and Information Agency, Joint ISR Service Line – Electronic Warfare and Sensor

ADVANCING AN EVOLUTION OF EXPLOITATION
By Jim Blackburn and Jeff Gardner, NATO Allied Command Transformation

COUNTER-IMPROVISED EXPLOSIVE DEVICES (C-IED) POLICIES: A PERSPECTIVE ON THE AFRICAN CONTINENT
By Vitor Felisberto, PRT OF3 (army) and Captain Ricardo Fernández, Intelligence Analyst, C-IED Centre of Excellence

COUNTERING THE IED: AN EUTM SOMALIA PERSPECTIVE
By Andrew Brady, Chief Instructor, Irish Defence Forces Military Police School

COUNTER – IED CAPACITY BUILDING: INDIA
By Colonel (Retd.) H R Naidu Gade, Chief Consultant, CBRNe Secure India

GLOBAL TERRORISM – CONVERGENCE BETWEEN IEDs AND TOXIC CHEMICALS
By Prashant Yajnik, Member – International Treaties Committee, Indian Chemical Council, Mumbai, Consultant – Strategic Trade Controls and Security

TRAINING WITH VIRTUAL REALITY?
By Dr Uwe Katzky, Managing Director, szenaris GmbH

NATO DEMONSTRATIONS AND TRIALS 2014 NEW TECHNOLOGIES-ASSISTANCE AND LIMITATION OF THE EOD IN POST-ISAF ERA
By NATO EOD Center of Excellence

ASSURED MOBILITY SOLUTIONS FOR THE MOST CHALLENGING OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENTS
By Ian Kelley and Nicola Fenton, Pearson Engineering Ltd

SAAB COUNTER-IED COLLECTIVE TRAINER (CCT) – REALISTIC, DEPLOYABLE, INSTRUMENTED C-IED TRAINING AND VALIDATION TO OPTIMISE ASSURANCE AND CONFIDENCE
By Don Johnstone MIExpE

 

Counter-IED Report, Autumn/Winter 2013
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EDITION HIGHLIGHTS:

C-IED AS THE WEST REDUCES INVOLVEMENT IN OVERSEAS CONFLICTS
By Rob Hyde-Bales, Consulting Editor, Counter-IED Report

AFGHANISTAN IN TRANSITION:  A GLOBAL REVIEW (2012 & 2013) OF IEDs AND ERW IN AFGHANISTAN
By The Civil-Military Fusion Centre (CFC)

HOW NATO CAN SUPPORT COUNTERING THREAT NETWORKS
By Jeffrey V. Gardner, Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army (Ret)

RAPID INTERNATIONAL C-IED CAPABILITY DEVELOPMENT
By Andy Wakeling, Principal C-IED and SEARCH Consultant at OPTIMA Group

EUROPOL’s ROLE IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE EU STRATEGY TOWARDS THE SECURITY OF EXPLOSIVES
By Victor Perez Sañudo, Counter Terrorism Unit, EUROPOL

HOMEMADE EXPLOSIVES PRECURSORS, ATTACKING THE CORE OF THE IED THREAT
A SIMPLIFIED AND EFFECTIVE CONOPS FOR DEFEATING IEDs

By Grant Haber, Vice President, American Innovations, Inc.

NATO ROUTE CLEARANCE (RC) PROJECT – FROM SMART DEFENCE TO SMART INITIATIVE
By Lieutenant Colonel Florin Obreja, Military Engineering Centre of Excellence (MILENG)

RF JAMMERS: ADVANCED MILITARY TECHNOLOGIES IN HOMELAND SECURITY
By Eduardo Serantes, Director of Electronic Warfare, TECNOBIT

 

Counter-IED Report, Spring/Summer 2013
 

EDITION HIGHLIGHTS:

HOW IEDD ACTIVITIES ARE INTEGRATED INTO THE COUNTERING IMPROVISED EXPLOSIVE DEVICES (C-IED) CONCEPT
By Vitor Felisberto, PRT OF3 (army), C-IED Centre of Excellence

THE SIGNATURE OF AN IED
By Dinesh H C Rempling, Technical Project Officer R&T, and, Jim Blackburn, Project Officer C-IED, European Defence Agency

IEDs: A GLOBAL THREAT REQUIRING A GLOBAL RESPONSE
By Jeffrey T Wickett, Programme Manager, Programme Global Shield, World Customs Organization (WCO)

ROUTE CLEARANCE AND AFGHAN CAPABILITY BUILDING: DISCUSSING THE TECHNOLOGY PARADOX
By Major Andre Desrochers, Military Engineering Centre of Excellence (MILENG COE), Canadian Army

REMOTELY CONTROLLED IED JAMMING AND RADIO FREQUENCY SPECTRUM CHALLENGES: FRATRICIDE JAMMING AND INTEROPERABILITY AMONG NATO COALITION FORCES
By Dr Franco Fiore and Agata Szydelko, NATO Communications and Information (NCI) Agency

C-IED-RELATED INFORMATION SHARING POST-AFGHANISTAN REQUIREMENTS
By LTC (GS) Christoph Wallner, Branch Head, C-IED Centre Bundeswehr Joint Forces Operations Command (JFOCOM)

A NEW LOOK AT THREAT INTELLIGENCE
White Paper by Allen-Vanguard

LOOKING TO THE FUTURE
By Dinesh HC Rempling, Technical Project Officer R&T, andJim Blackburn, Project Officer C-IED, European Defence Agency (EDA)


Counter-IED Report, Autumn/Winter 2012
 

EDITION HIGHLIGHTS:

ATTACK THE IED NETWORKS VERSUS DEFEAT THE DEVICE HOW BEST TO APPROACH THE IED PROBLEM
By Dr Franco Fiore, Principal Scientist, HEAD, ISR Capability Area Team Sensor Group, NATO Communications and Information Agency

EXPLOITATION – THE KEY ROLE TO DEFEAT THE IED SYSTEM
By Vitor Felisberto, PRT OF3 (army), C-IED Centre of Excellence

CALLING ON A BLACK BOX TO HELP SOLVE THE FORENSIC JIGSAW PUZZLE
By Dinesh HC Rempling, Technical Project Officer R&T, European Defence Agency; Jim Blackburn, Assistant Capability Manager and Project Officer C-IED, European Defence Agency; Enrique Martin Romero, Project Manager, E&Q Engineering; Javier Fuentes, Technical Manager, E&Q Engineering

IED THREAT INFORMATION SHARING CIVIL-MILITARY CHALLENGES IN CONFLICT ENVIRONMENTS
By Edith Wilkinson and Rob Hyde-Bales, Centre for International Security and Resilience (CISR), Cranfield University, UK 

CURRENT AND FUTURE DETECTION TECHNOLOGIES
By Lieutenant Colonel Sandor Zsiros, (HUN-A) Head of the NATO Explosive Ordnance Disposal Centre of Excellence (EOD COE) Technology Development Department

INTELLIGENT CONTROL OF ADVERSARY RADIO COMMUNICATION (ICAR)
By Philippe Morgand, Project Manager, Sensors Processing Laboratory department, Thales Communications and Security and Michael Sieber, Assistant Director Research & Technology, European Defence Agency (EDA)


Counter-IED Report, Summer 2012

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EDITION HIGHLIGHTS:

WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THE FUTURE OF C-IED
By Vitor Felisberto, PRT OF3 (army), C-IED Centre of Excellence

COUNTER-IED TECHNOLOGIES, TRENDS AND CAPABILITIES:ADOPTING A MULTINATIONAL COOPERATION APPROACH
By Dr Franco Fiore, Principal Scientist, Directorate of Production, NATO Consultation, Command and Control Agency and Mrs Agata Szydelko, Principal Business Manager, Directorate Sponsor Account – NATO & Nations, NATO Consultation, Command and Control Agency

COUNTER-IED TRAINING AND THE SEARCH FOR NEW DETECTION TECHNOLOGIES
By Jim Blackburn, Project Officer C-IED, European Defence Agency