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Successful trials of Emergency Services Network A2G technology paves the way for transforming mission critical communications

In partnership with prime contractor Cobham Aerospace Connectivity, QinetiQ has completed a series of significant trials to test, integrate and assure the technology for a new 4G LTE Aircraft Communications System (ACS).

QinetiQ technology to be used by US Army for prototype hybrid-electric Bradley Fighting Vehicle

QinetiQ’s UK-developed ‘E-X-Drive®’ will be used to adapt a Bradley Fighting Vehicle (the US Army’s most prevalent armoured fighting vehicle) with a hybrid-electric drive, under a deal signed with BAE Systems.

QinetiQ Achieves UK’s First Airborne Manned/Unmanned Team Demonstration

Helicopter and drone successfully operate as a team whilst airborne. The drone switches between independent and human-controlled reconnaissance according to Helicopter operator’s commands.

Electrified Battlespace
Powering the Electrified Battlespace

Our report brings together international expertise from military strategists, scientists, engineers and academics to give you actionable recommendations on electrifying warfighting technology.

What can mosquitos teach us?

An international research team has reported the development of a new collision-avoidance sensor system for drones.

Digital Experimentation Platforms

Harnessing the value of rapid prototyping at early concept and design stages.

QinetiQ Wins Contract to Scope Upgrade to Royal Canadian Air Force Ranges

QinetiQ has been awarded a one-year contract, with an additional option year, by the Royal Canadian Air Force’s (RCAF) Air Warfare Centre to develop a roadmap for the modernization of RCAF Air Weapons ranges, which will enable the combination of live and virtual environments for collaborative team training.

Collaborative advantage: an opinion piece by Air Marshal Philip Osborn

The need for information advantage in modern warfighting spells change for people, processes and technologies. All three must be underpinned by a different type of relationship between Defence and industry.

Technology Adoption Hazards

We explore what can go wrong when technology is introduced without understanding the need, the required integration or the potential vulnerabilities.

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Technology adoption hazards whitepaper