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Integrated Mission Group for Security Technical Area 6 CBRNe 

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IMG-S TA6 CBRNe is an open and neutral platform bringing to each of its members a unique opportunity to:

  • INTERACT with legislators and decision-makers at the International, EU and national level

  • BE PART OF the platform federating the European CBRNe community

  • GROW your business network with other members of the Community

  • BOOST your market visibility

  • GAIN ACCESS to investments and funding opportunities at EU and national level

  • SHARE information and best practices with your counterparts

  • TAKE THE LEAD in proposing new initiatives and services to shape the European CBRNe Market

IMG-S TA6 CBRNe is a group of European experts and organisations working in the Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive (CBRNE) fields.

The group addresses the complete range of technologies, methods and procedures taken to provide effective Prevention, Resilience, Resistance, Reaction and Recovery concerning the CBRNE environment.





European CBRNE Centre



CBRNe Society Foundation



Alexandre CUSTAUD

ISA - Intelligence & Science Applications


IMG-S is one of the organizers of the SMI2G - Security Mission Information & Innovation Group

The SMI2G focuses on the features of Security Research Work Programmes with the view of exchanging information on the Security Research calls to stimulate networking and consortia building. The objective is to give the delegates the opportunity to create ideas and find partners for each open research call of the EU security research programme. 


The first meeting was held in 2004 with the first call of the preparatory action on Security Research (PASR). Today, the meetings attract over 400 delegates, representing SMEs, Practitioners, Research & Technology Organizations, Academia and Industry from all EU Member States and associated countries.

For the upcoming events, all delegates are invited to present their proposals and ideas for each topic of the Work Programme. Security practitioners are explicitly invited to present their specific needs and the delegates will have the opportunity to discuss their proposal ideas with the practitioners attending.

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