The Deployable Fourth Industrial Revolution

Industrial innovation is driving a new range of intelligent tools and services into the open market to be accessed by anyone with sufficient resources.

Defence, security and critical infrastructure organisations now face a stark challenge – how to rapidly convert emerging commercial technology into assured deployable capability with the power to deliver real advantage in mission-critical environments.
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Deployable 4iR

The effective deployment of 4iR technology as an assured capability in mission critical environments is becoming a vital priority for global security. Achieving this requires a significant change of approach.

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To succeed we must learn to fail faster

The role of failure in matching the pace of technological change in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

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4iR and New Economics

What should we expect from the economic models born out of the newest industrial revolution?

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Staying Live

The rising value of live testing in an increasingly digitised defence environment

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Power of the user

Why taking users on the deployment journey is essential for the effective use of 4iR technology in mission-critical environments.

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The unexpected consequences of BYOD

As The Fourth Industrial Revolution exponentially expands the number of devices we use, how should mission critical organisations get in front the problems BYOD could present?

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Leadership and management in a 4iR world

The impact of emerging technology on workplaces is so significant it's forcing a global shift in the way leaders and managers get the most from their people.

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Testing the untestable

How do you assess the characteristics of something that changes every time you test it?

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The bigger picture

Exploring the considerable spread of variables that can impact 4iR deployment decisions.

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A fine balance

Why we struggle to regulate the deployment of autonomous systems.

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Putting people first - 4iR moves into maritime

In its report – The Ocean Economy in 2030 – the OECD identifies that the maritime industry is poised to undergo a profound transition and create the potential to double its contribution to global value creation.

Securing the spectrum - why information management alone won’t keep a 4iR world safe

In cities across Europe, car thieves are using GSM-jamming devices to disable vehicle security systems.