Over two days, NCT Middle East provides a platform for discussion on how the military, civil services, and first responders can prepare for current and future challenges in the region, while also providing attendees with in-depth knowledge in all aspects of CBRNe defense. Experts from around the world share their knowledge and offer thought-provoking insights on everything from prevention to specific responses.
From countering asymmetrical threats to CBRNe emergency management and nuclear safety and security in the Gulf, this event also provides a way to share information and expertise on how to deal with the challenges posed by unconventional threats. The industry exhibition does feature cutting-edge technologies, giving attendees the opportunity to learn more about the latest equipment available to effectively counter CBRNe threats.
NCT Middle East has welcomed delegations from Abu Dhabi Police, UAE Armed Forces, Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation, Qatar Ministry of Interior, Public Health, and Foreign Affairs, Qatar Armed Forces, Qatar Emiri Navy, the National Committee for the Prohibition of Weapons, Qatar Joint Special Forces, MSC-Q, Kuwait Fire Service Directorate, Ahmed Bin Mohammed Military College, US Air Force, National Guard Kuwait, Kuwait Ministry of Interior and Defense, Saudi Ministry of Interior, Iraqi National Monitoring Authority, Jordanian Armed Forces, Jordanian Royal Medical Services, KASOTC, Jordan Civil Defense, Institute of Nuclear Fusion Guillermo Velarde, Pakistan National Command Authority, Gulf Security and Peace Forum, Turkish Army CBRN School, Sultan of Oman’s Armed Forces, and many more.