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  • JRC/GEE/2015/D.3/0118/NC of 18/11/2015
    Work programme 2016 (Project 194-3300) will see the launch of a new activity on explosives simulants. JRC will address the lack of information on commercially available simulants, and produce simulants as quality control tools to i) check regulatory compliance, and ii) support end users in Member States. The initial focus will be on x-ray equipment. Leasing of high-resolution, cabin-baggage-sized equipment, will enable in-house more precise characterisation of simulants (e.g. density, effective atomic number), during the development phase. The simulants will subsequently be compared with real explosives in an external facility (see study contract 2015/S 127-231323). NOTE THAT THE DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF TENDERS HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO 03/12/2015.
    Last Update: 25-11-2015
  • JRC/GEE/2015/D.3/0114/NC of 13/11/2015
    The Commission has had the ambition to relax the ban on liquids in cabin baggage for almost 10 years. Progress has been limited, despite rapid technological developments leading to commercial products, primarily due to push-back from airports over concerns about operational impacts. JRC is supporting MOVE by providing independent studies of operational aspects such as false alarm rates. JRC has recently completed false alarm experiments on so-called Type B and Type C liquids explosives detection systems (LEDS) which is currently installed in most EU airports. However, it is interesting to provide the regulator with studies of future scenarios, involving Type D equipment (i.e. liquids left in the bag). A convergence with cabin baggge screening equipment with automated explosive detection (EDS-CB) equipment will generate multiple implementation options, and independent advice to MOVE on operational aspects and system-level performance is warranted. NOTE THAT THE DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF TENDERS HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO 03/12/2015
    Last Update: 25-11-2015
  • JRC/KRU/2015/E.7/0081/NC of 25/11/2015
    The mobile spectrometric detection and identification system is intended for simultaneous detection, localization and identification of nuclear and other radioactive materials and also for environmental monitoring. The equipment is intended to be used in front line officer (security, military, police and customs) and mobile expert team trainings to complement the radiation detection equipment and meet the needs of the field operative.
    Last Update: 25-11-2015
  • JRC/KRU/2015/E.2/0080/NC of 25/11/2015
    The Institute for Transuranium Elements (ITU) plans to purchase a High Pure Germanium Gamma-Ray Detector for Gamma-Spectrometry in energy range from 3 up to 2000 keV with an electrically powered cryostat
    Last Update: 25-11-2015
  • JRC/PTT/2015/F.6/0081/NC of 12/11/2015
    The purpose of the study is to generate data relevant to heating and cooling technologies in the residential and tertiary sector. This data will underpin the Energy Technology Reference Indicators (ETRI) project and energy system modelling activities within the European Commission. The ETRI project is part of the Strategic Energy Technologies Information System (SETIS). Its aim is to provide reference indicators for the performance of energy technologies up to 2050 in the framework of the SET-Plan, in particular, for electricity generation and demand-side technologies. The current study will complement the existing ETRI data for heating and cooling technologies in the residential and tertiary sectors.
    Last Update: 24-11-2015