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Security of Explosives pan-European Specialists Network - EXERTER

EXERTER invites your organization to register in the contact database for "Industry", "End users", "Academia & Research", "Regulators" and "Standarizations bodies" in the european strategic sector of anti-terrorism and security against explosives.

Go to Exerter's Contacts Form 


EXERTER Network concepts

EXERTER is a Horizon 2020 funded project connecting 20 practitioners from 13 EU member states into a network of explosives specialists.

The network aims to:

  • Highlight innovative methodologies, tools and technologies that could be part of solutions to enhance the overall Security of Explosives and fight against terrorism and serious crime.
  • Discuss and lift needs, solutions, issues etc. within the network, among practitioners and within the explosives specialist community. The work evolves around research initiatives, standardisation & certification as well as market and product development, and tries to take an holistic approach to the issues raised by covering a large part of the course of events through the four response domains; prevent, detect, mitigate and react.
  • Be a link between actors; manufacturers, academia, research and practitioners, to support development and exploitation, and to help increase practitioners’ capabilities in the fight against terrorism and serious crime.

EXERTER database is a tool that will be able to interact among end users, industry, researchers and academia, to promote innovation and facilitate the process of taking the final steps towards commercialization

Eurepean Commission, Horizon 2020 and EXERTER logos

agreement no 786805