This manual has been prepared as a guide to the users of the MS-Windows application THAMES 3.0, the Threat Hazard Assessment Methodology System. This product is licensed to the NATO Insensitive Munitions Information Center (NIMIC) for the exclusive use of its members.
The Threat Hazard Assessment Methodology Software, THAMES, was developed as an MS - DOS application in 1995 by NIMIC. The decision to undertake the development of a Windows® version of THAMES was approved by the NIMIC Steering Committee (SC) in 1997.
In 1987, the nations of The Technology Cooperative Program (TTCP), Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States, established Subgroup W (Conventional Weapons) Action Group 11, hereafter referred to as WAG-11, to identify critical technology shortfalls and opportu
In November 2000, NIMIC held the first part of a 2-part workshop entitled "Assessing the Risk and Cost Benefits Associated with the Introduction of IM" in Ottawa, Canada. It dealt with the Risk Issues associated with the introduction of IM into service.