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QinetiQ announce strategic partnership with Adarga

Adarga and QinetiQ announce strategic partnership delivering AI powered intelligence into the defence sector.

Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal opens world class hub for maritime sector

National Maritime System Centre officially opened in Portsmouth

Persistence during the pandemic

The British Army’s Unit Based Virtual Training (UBVT) system demonstrated its persistence by facilitating an extensive programme of events during a 12-month period characterised by lockdowns and logistical difficulties.

Small and Mighty: The Triumph of the Small Satellite

Since the beginning of the ‘space race’, there has been a growing market for satellites. But it’s small satellites – with a mass of under 1000kg - that have truly ‘taken off’ over the last few years.

Manipulative Robotics? Not Necessarily a bad thing

Space and robots go back a long way. The robotic Sputnik 1 launched back in October of 1957, making history as earth’s first artificial satellite.

The cyber suit of armour: cutting through the noise

In this article we explore not only defining cybersecurity, but elements of the threat landscape, like specific emerging technologies, that will continue to change our experience of it.

Mission-Led Innovation

Delivering better operational outcomes for customers and end-users; working collaboratively to solve complex problems, at pace.

World IP Day 2021: Why is Intellectual Property important to innovative organisations?

Claire Wilson, Head of IP Legal Services explains why IP is critical for organisations with innovative inventions, products and services.

Staying Alive: Life Support Systems for Future Space Travel

Life support systems ensure that astronauts can live in a comfortable and safe environment, with conditioned air, oxygen, food, water and waste control systems. There are steps that can be taken to make the environment conducive to greater recycling and resource exploitation.

Social Value in UK Defence and Security

Social Value is the positive contribution to society that an organisation delivers; this can be measured through things such as job creation, environmental work, diversity and inclusion programmes, charitable work and more. Watch our industry-led panel discussion here.

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As threats increase globally and become more sophisticated, Governments must plan, resource, test and train for a highly complex operational environment.

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