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(Source: EDA - European Defence Agency) A new promising EDA research and technology (R&T) programme aimed at improving Member States' capabilities in detecting Improvised Explosive Devices (IED) was launched on 23 December 2016 when four EDA Member States (Austria, Belgium, The Netherlands, Poland) as well as Norway (which has an Administrative Arrangement with the Agency) signed an agreement for the 3-year 'IED Detection' (IEDDET) ad hoc R&T programme with a total budget of €14 million. The main objective of the IEDDET programme is to...
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