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Oct 16, 2015
Thales Nederland is the Dutch branch of the international Thales Group. The company has about 2,000 employees working at branches in Hengelo (HQ), Huizen, Delft, Enschede and Eindhoven.
Oct 16, 2015
Triview is a specialist in producing, translating, publishing and maintaining information, and can assist customers in implementing an 'Information Supply Chain' or parts thereof.
Oct 16, 2015
The speciality of TSS International B.V. is: Armour Mobility.
Oct 16, 2015
TenCate is a leading supplier of specialty materials ranging from ballistic armor protection to advanced composites to geosynthetics.
Oct 16, 2015
Complicated shapes together with high quality
Oct 16, 2015
TNO Defence, Security and Safety provides innovative contributions to the advance of comprehensive security and is a strategic partner of the Dutch Ministry of Defence to build up the de
Sep 28, 2017
Teijin Aramid is the global leader in aramid technology.
Sep 28, 2017
The IP Company is a leading developer in the field of wireless communication systems.
Sep 28, 2017
The VESC Group (GPSim, 3iSIM and SimSupport) is a Dutch organization with a focus on the innovation and development of virtual reality and simulator systems.
Mar 30, 2018
Since Technolution’s inception, security and network security have been the core values of our company.
Mar 30, 2018
Terma develops and markets high-tech solutions, systems, and products for civilian and military applications. 
Mar 30, 2018
Trefecta B.V. has its headquarters in The Hague (offices) and Hillegom (prototype- and specials workshop).
Apr 2, 2018
TriOpSys is specialised in designing, building and managing Mission Critical IT systems, which are software systems that may never be offline.

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Ιn this document the Faculty of Military Sciences of the Netherlands Defence Academy (FMSNLDA) presents the Annual Research Plan 2014 (ARP2014). Gaining scientific expertise and expanding knowledge in the military domain is at the core of the academic program at the NLDA and forms a valuable addition to the available knowledge within the Ministry of Defence.

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In these times of financial crisis, the Defence organisation has to work hard to remain affordable and relevant for the long term. Furthermore, we are going all out to make sure our armed forces can make a difference and stand out for their quality, versatility and power of renewal. My philosophy is that whatever we do, we must do it well. That cannot happen without simplifying structures and processes, without joint planning, preparation and execution of operations, or without having units and materiel that can be deployed interoperably.

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The first Defence Industry Strategy (DIS) was published in 2007. The ministries of Defence (the MoD) and Economic Affairs evaluated and updated this strategy during 2012 and 2013. The appendix contains a brief report on the evaluation. The result is this updated DIS, which marks a new step in the intensification of the dialogue and cooperation between government, the Netherlands Defence- and Security Technological and Industrial Base (NL DTIB) and the knowledge institutions, as well as in the efforts to position the NL DTIB in the international context.

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The Netherlands Defence and Security Manufacturers Association (NIDV) facilitates the sustainable positioning of the Dutch Defence and Security-related Industry (NL-DVI) in national and international orders (from the government and elsewhere) and in national and international supplier chains.

2018

The current geopolitical situation requires that the Netherlands must increasingly collaborate internationally with regard to security issues. International parties include NATO and the EU, as well as a wide range of binational and multinational partnerships. Dutch industry needs to align itself with these partnerships, especially in the areas of research, development and equipment production and also with regard to staff exchanges and retention.

In March, the Defence White Paper 2018 was submitted to the Dutch House of Representatives. The Ministry of Defence will invest in human resources and materiel for a stronger adaptive force. The Netherlands will then be able to better respond to international geopolitical developments, which have become unpredictable and complex.

The 4th Regional Session of the Dutch Defence and Security-related Industry (NIDV) and the Director Defence Material Organisation (D-DMO) took place on 31 January 2018, this time at PROSYSTEMS in Purmerend.

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