Joint CBRN Defence Centre of Excellence will host a NATO Technical Exploitation Workshop to be held in Vyškov, Czech Republic from 29 November – 1 December 2017. This workshop is an activity under the Emerging Security Challenges Division’s Defence Against Terrorism Program of Work (Reinforced) and will be co-chaired by the Danish Army Intelligence Centre and the NATO Headquarters International Staff Emerging Security Challenges Division Counter-Terrorism Section [NATO HQ – IS/ESC(CT)]. One aim of the workshop will be to facilitate coordination between C-IED, EOD and the CBRN community. Just for you information: Technical Exploitation is the application of scientific methods to gain further knowledge and insight from information, materiel and captured persons.

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Technical exploitation supports the commander’s priorities including targeting, operations, judicial proceedings, force protection and training. This workshop will be open to participants from all NATO, and seven non-NATO-nations (Australia, Austria, Ireland, Finland, New Zealand, Sweden, and Switzerland), ideally Military/Government officials of OF-2 to OF-5 level with technical exploitation capability development responsibilities, from the sub-tactical level to theatre and national level as well as weapons intelligence and intelligence experts and functional subject matter experts. A high level of active participation by attendees is expected. An invitation was already distributed through official NATO channels.