Publications - PM's Overview

  • O-102 Ed1 The Munitions Safety Information Analysis Center (MSIAC)

    August 2005

    The NATO Insensitive Munitions Information Center (NIMIC) has been dedicated to the acquisition, compilation and analysis of information related to Insensitive Munitions. Since its foundation over 15 years ago, it has effectively supported the development and implementation of IM technologies.

    Duncan Watt (Energetic Materials)
  • O-077 Rev3 NIMIC in a Transition Phase - The transition to MSIAC Final Steps

    December 2004

    Following a Pilot NIMIC phase that started in 1988, NIMIC became a NATO Project Office in 1991. NIMIC is an Information Analysis Center (IAC) dedicated to Insensitive Munitions, and over the years has effectively supported the development and implementation of IM technologies.

    Patrick Touzé (Project Manager)
  • O-092 The Evolution of NIMIC to MSIAC: new Services & Products to support the International Munitions Safety Community

    August 2004

    After a three-year transition period that started in 1988, NIMIC was formally established in 1991 as an Information Analysis Center (IAC) dedicated to Insensitive Munitions. Over the years NIMIC has effectively supported the development and implementation of IM technologies.

    Pascal Marchandin (Warheads & Fuzes)Frédéric Peugeot (Warhead Technology)Patrick Touzé (Project Manager)Duncan Watt (Energetic Materials)
  • O-077 Rev2 NIMIC in a Transition Phase

    January 2004

    After a three-year transition period, NIMIC was established in 1991 as an Information Analysis Center (IAC) dedicated to Insensitive Munitions (IM). Over the years NIMIC has effectively supported the development and implementation of IM technologies.

    Patrick Touzé (Project Manager)
  • O-077 Rev1 NIMIC in a Transition Phase

    December 2003

    After a three-year transition period, NIMIC was established in 1991 as an Information and Analysis Center (IAC) dedicated to Insensitive Munitions. Over the years NIMIC has effectively supported the development and implementation of IM technologies.

    Patrick Touzé (Project Manager)
  • O-077 Initial Version NIMIC in a Transition Phase

    March 2003

    After a three-year transition period that started in 1988, NIMIC was established in 1991 as an Information and Analysis Center (IAC) dedicated to Insensitive Munitions. Over the years NIMIC has constantly and effectively supported the development and implementation of IM technologies.

    Patrick Touzé (Project Manager)
  • O-062 Highlights and Achievements of the NIMIC since November 1999

    October 2001

    NIMIC has grown by three nations since 1999, Denmark, Sweden and Finland. They are already enriching the NIMIC's databases. A new 3-5 year Strategy Plan was developed in 1999-2000, based upon national inputs and the requirements of the 10 member nations at the time.

    Dr Peter R. Lee (Project Manager)
  • L-054 Glossary of Terms

    June 2000

    This glossary is a compilation of existing definitions related to Insensitive Munitions or more generally to munitions safety. These definitions have been taken from 56 references and have

    Katy Mikolajczyk Patrick Touzé (Project Manager)
  • O-032 NIMIC Insensitive Munitions Award

    September 1997

    The NIMIC Insensitive Munitions award is an initiative of the NlMlC Staff, in particular that of Patrick Kernen, who was in charge of developing Mitigation Methods from 1991 to 1996.

    NIMIC Staff
  • O-020e NIMIC: Why? How?

    June 1995

    1. Why? The Technico-Operational Aspects
    2. How? NIMIC Missions, Tasks and Achievements
    Marc Défourneaux (Project Manager)

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