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Shawn Purvis appointed President and CEO of QinetiQ US

QinetiQ Group plc today names Shawn Purvis as President and CEO of QinetiQ US, effective 16 February 2022.

QinetiQ goes gold for second time in UK MOD Defence Employer Recognition Scheme

QinetiQ has been re-validated with a Gold Award status by the UK’s Ministry of Defence (MOD) in their Defence Employer Recognition Scheme, which recognises UK employers that demonstrate a commitment to defence by proactively supporting the Armed Forces community and inspiring others to do the same.

CES 2022 Tech Trends

Mike Sewart, Group Chief Technology Officer and Mark O'Dell, Principal Engineer share what they have seen and heard so far emerging from CES 2022.

Information Advantage: turning data into a physical effect

Governments and militaries are eyeing this data revolution as an opportunity to gain advantage over adversaries – but it would be dangerously naïve to assume that greater data availability equals greater advantage.

Hybrid Platforms: Bringing electrified efficiency to Land, Sea and Air

Power is a critical resource in the battlespace.

Trust me, I’m a robot

Stories about artificial intelligence (AI) generally appear in the news and popular culture because the scenarios they depict are extreme enough to be compelling.

International Armoured Vehicles 2022

International Armoured Vehicles | 24-27 January 2022 | Twickenham Stadium, UK

QinetiQ launches global skills transfer program

QinetiQ has launched a global skills transfer program, aimed at expanding local Test & Evaluation (T&E) expertise to support increasingly complex projects in Australia.

In a post-pandemic world, the cyber threat remains up, but vigilance remains down

As the pandemic deepened and lockdowns were enforced, many organisations with large physical infrastructure footprints de-prioritised the need for red teaming. But what has this meant for the digital pandemic?

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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