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CBRNE Ltd (CBRNE)

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Romden Road
0
Ashford
United Kingdom
+ 44 7786127030
dominic.kelly@cbrneltd.com
www.cbrneltd.com
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1-10

 

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Mr Dominic Kelly (Managing Director)

Field of Activity


2. ENGINEERING
» Energy - generation/storage/distribution
» Logistics

4. HORIZONTAL ACTIVITIES
» Scenario development and decision support
» Simulators, trainers and artificial environments
» Testing and validation
» Rescue and relief services
» Law enforcement

6. INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES
» ICT applications
» Artificial intelligence/robotics

7. SOCIO-ECONOMIC SCIENCES AND THE HUMANITIES
» Human Sciences
» Social Sciences
» Ethic Research
» Legal Sciences

Core competencies

CBRNE Ltd focuses on defense and security related issues addressing human behaviour, human factors, risk
management and ethical issues. To support the “soft issues” mentioned above CBRNE Ltd has subject matter
expertise on matters relating to CBRNE with operational experience in the field from both a defence and
security perspective. Our work domain includes: Human Behaviour, Human Factors, Ethical Research Protocols,
Ethics guidelines, Cultural Guidelines, Aide Mémoire/Best Practice Brochures, Legal and Governance Issues,
CEN Standards and Procedures, Resilience/Vulnerability Assessment (Matrices), the organising of validation and
demonstration exercises, war gaming and analysis and mitigation of human error. More recently CBRNE has
taken on board AI expertise in the field of video analytics. CBRNE Ltd is an SME that has grown organically as
opportunities arise, expanding its activities beyond the traditional security sector to address more civil
orientated projects with emphasis on European Union Framework Programme 7 and Horizon 2020 research and
development activities. Examples include Project IMCOSEC (security of ISO Containers along the supply
chain), Project CAMINO (Comprehensive Approach to cyber roadMap coordINation and development), Project
D-BOX (Humanitarian De-Mining), Project SUBCOP (Person Born Improvised Explosive Devices [PBIED]), Projects
PRACTICE, EDEN and PROACTIVE (ref CBRNE activities linked with civilians), Project MAGNETO (Multimedia
Analysis and correlation engine for organised crime prevention and investigation), Project ENTRAP (Enhanced
Neutralisation of explosive Threats Reaching Across the Plot) and Project ALIGNER (Artificial Intelligence
Roadmap for Policing and Law Enforcement)

Horizon Europe Research Focus

  • CL3-2021-FCT-01-02: Lawful interception using new and emerging technologies (5G & beyond, quantum computing and encryption)
  • CL3-2021-FCT-01-08: Fight against trafficking in cultural goods
  • CL3-2021-FCT-01-11: Prevention of child sexual exploitation
  • CL3-2021-FCT-01-12: Online identity theft is countered
  • CL3-2022-FCT-01-02: Better understanding the influence of organisational cultures and human interactions in the forensic context as well as a common lexicon
  • CL3-2022-FCT-01-03: Enhanced fight against the abuse of online gaming culture by extremists
  • CL3-2022-FCT-01-04: Public spaces are protected while respecting privacy and avoiding mass surveillance
  • CL3-2021-BM-01-02: Increased safety, security, performance of the European Border and Coast Guard and of European customs authorities
  • CL3-2021-BM-01-04: Advanced detection of threats and illicit goods in postal and express courier flows
  • CL3-2022-BM-01-01: Improved underwater detection and control capabilities to protect maritime areas and sea harbours
  • CL3-2022-BM-01-04: OPEN TOPIC
  • CL3-2022-BM-01-05: OPEN TOPIC
  • CL3-2022-INFRA-01-01: Nature-based Solutions integrated to protect local infrastructure
  • CL3-2021-CS-01-01: Dynamic business continuity and recovery methodologies based on models and prediction for multi-level Cybersecurity
  • CL3-2021-CS-01-02: Improved security in open-source and open-specification hardware for connected devices
  • CL3-2021-CS-01-03: AI for cybersecurity reinforcement
  • CL3-2021-CS-01-04: Scalable privacy-preserving technologies for cross- border federated computation in Europe involving personal data
  • CL3-2022-CS-01-02: Trustworthy methodologies, tools and data security “by design” for dynamic testing of potentially vulnerable, insecure hardware and software components
  • CL3-2021-DRS-01-01: Improved understanding of risk exposure and its public awareness in areas exposed to multi-hazards
  • CL3-2021-DRS-01-03: Enhanced assessment of disaster risks, adaptive capabilities and scenario building based on available historical data and projections
  • CL3-2021-DRS-01-04: Developing a prioritisation mechanism for research programming in standardisation related to natural hazards and/or CBRN-E sectors
  • CL3-2022-DRS-01-02: Enhanced preparedness and management of High- Impact Low-Probability or unexpected events
  • CL3-2022-DRS-01-04: Better understanding of citizens’ behavioural and psychological reactions in the event of a disaster or crisis situation
  • CL3-2022-DRS-01-07: Improved international cooperation addressing first responder capability gaps

RTD Experience

 Project CoordinatorProject PartnerProject Acronyms
FP7/H2020-Security1. SEC-2009.1.1.1 Project IMCOSEC.
2. SEC-2013.2.5-1 Project CAMINO
3. SEC-2010.4.2-2: Project PRACTICE.
4. SEC-2011.1.3-3 Project D-BOX.
5. SEC-2012.1.3-1 Project SuBCoP
6. SEC-2012.1.5.1 Project EDEN
7. SEC-11-FCT-2016 ENTRAP
8. SU-FCT01-2018-2019 Project PROACTIVE
9. SU-AI01-2020 Project ALIGNER


Inserted / Updated
2012-05-18 / 2021-06-04