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CURRENT EXHIBITORS 2018

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NATO Centre of Excellence for Military Medicine

www.coemed.org

The NATO Centre of Excellence for Military Medicine (MILMED COE) is an international military organisation with the core task to facilitate interoperability between the military medical services in NATO.


NATO Communications and Information Agency

  • FFISC Specialized Partner

www.ncia.nato.int


NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence

www.enseccoe.org/en

Created on July 10 and accredited on October 12, 2012, the NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence (ENSEC COE) currently operates as a widely recognized international military organization with the aim of providing qualified and appropriate expert advice on questions related to operational energy security. The mission of the ENSEC COE is to assist Strategic Commands, other NATO bodies, nations, partners, and other civil and military bodies by supporting NATO’s capability development process, mission effectiveness, and interoperability in the near, mid and long terms by providing comprehensive and timely subject matter expertise on all aspects of energy security. The mission includes cost effective solutions to support military requirements, energy efficiency in the operational field, and interaction with academia and industry. Energy Security Centre of Excellence: Provides technical, scientific and academic subject matter expertise in field of energy security that contributes to risk assessment analysis. Provides energy security related solutions for the development of environmentally friendly and efficient military capabilities in support of Smart Defence. Provides scientific, technical and academic analysis on various aspects of energy supply and critical energy infrastructure protection in areas of concern to NATO. Supports NATO Operations through targeted technical scientific assessment, as well as providing advice and solutions for development of energy efficient forces. Identifies future needs in NATO transformation activities and seek to prevent or mitigate emergent military threats and challenges, which result from the global scarcity of energy resources and the complexity of the international energy system. Read more: https://www.enseccoe.org/en/about/6


NATO Explosive Ordnance Disposal Centre of Excellence

  • hall: 4
  • stand number: 470
  • nomenclature: 3500, 3504

www.eodcoe.org

The EOD COE is one of the tools of the NATO Supreme Allied Commander for Transformation aiming to improve military capabilities, value and efficiency of the Alliance. It was established by Slovakia as the Framework Nation with support of five Sponsoring Nations (CZE, FRA, HUN, POL and ROU). The EOD COE was assessed by ACT HQ team in a period from 19-21 January 2011 and the Centre has successfully met the accreditation criteria. The North Atlantic Council approved the accreditation of the EOD COE and the Centre was activated as an International Military organization on 28 April 2011. The inauguration of the Centre took place in Trenčín on 17 May 2011 as a result of the assessment of the Centre by HQ SACT, which ensures that products and services provided by the accredited EOD COE are consistent with the quality, standards, practices and procedures within NATO. The EOD COE, since its establishment as a NATO COE has provided products and services consistent with NATO standards, practices and procedures enhancing interoperability of NATO members and partnering nations in fields of EOD. Recognizing its high standards of training and education, in 2016, the Supreme Allied Command Transformation awarded the Centre with a Quality Assurance Unconditional Accreditation Certificate and the EOD COE became the official NATO and Training Facility.


NATO Joint Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defence Centre of Excellence

  • hall: 4
  • stand number: 470

www.jcbrncoe.cz

The Joint Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defence Centre of Excellence combines skills and expertise from more than 60 personnel from thirteen nations in the area of Concepts, Doctrine Development, Capability Development, Experimentation, Training, Exercises, Education, Lessons Learned, Modelling & Simulation, Reachback and Operational Planning Support, acts as NATO Department Head for WMD/CBRND Training and Education and forms the core of the NATO CBRN Reachback capability. We are also more and more reaching out beyond the pure military and focusing on civil-military co-operation as well as on collaboration with the European Union and other international organizations.


NATO Land Capability Group on Dismounted Soldier Systems

  • FFISC Specialized Partner

www.nato.int


NATO Modelling & Simulation Centre of Excellence

  • hall: 4
  • stand number: 470
  • nomenclature: 3500, 3504

www.mscoe.org

The NATO M&S COE is dedicated to the promotion of M&S in support of operational requirements, training and interoperability. The Centre will act as a catalyst for transformation through the involvement of NATO, governments, academia, industry, operational and training entities, by improving the networking of NATO and nationally owned M&S systems, the cooperation between Nations and organisations through the sharing of M&S information and developments and serving as an international source of expertise for transformation in the related domain.


NATO Science & Technology Organization

  • FFISC + CEBIRAM + MARS + GEOMETOC Specialized Partner

www.sto.nato.int


NATO Science & Technology Organization - The Collaboration Support Office

  • FFISC Specialized Partner

www.cso.nato.int