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Report: Trust in Training

Made up of a series of short essays, this report introduces the concept of trust and its importance to defence capability, particularly in military training.
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Training & Mission Rehearsal

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Focused on sustainable global growth

Unaudited Results for the year ended 31 March 2022

 
Are you helping threat actors to compromise your organisation?

Seven simple things everyone can do to stop hackers from compromising your organisations cyber security.

 
QinetiQ US Hires Stephen Iwicki as Executive Vice President and General Manager of C5ISR Business

In this role, Steve will leverage his proven experience in leadership and growth to support advanced robotics and sensor solutions to government and commercial customers in the U.S. and abroad.

 
World IP Day 2022: Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a transformative technology, which is already revolutionising many areas of our lives. Sapphire Worthington-Hill (QinetiQ Legal Counsel - IP) explores repercussions of AI technology in the field of Intellectual Property (IP) rights such as patents and copyright which protect creations of the mind.

 
The innovation challenges facing the British Army

The context in which the British Army operates continues to become ever more dynamic and complex.

 
QinetiQ wins Vampire Phase 1 contract to provide UAS experimentation expertise for the Royal Navy

QinetiQ has won a £6m, four-year, Vampire Phase 1 contract to support the Royal Navy’s future high performance Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) operations. We will provide our experimentation expertise and our Banshee Jet80+ targets to help Royal Navy Aircraft Carriers train for real-world scenarios.

 
Transforming Defence: Quantum Technologies

Quantum 2.0 technologies explicitly create, manipulate, read out and exploit quantum states of matter.

 
LTPA rebrands as T3E (Test, Trials, Training and Evaluation)

Monday 4 April marked an important day in the evolution of the Long Term Partnering Agreement (LTPA).

 
QinetiQ Signs Contract to Provide Uncrewed Aerial Target Services to Japan

QinetiQ has signed a contract to use uncrewed aerial targets for anti-aircraft firing training with the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force. This is the first time QinetiQ has sold aerial targets to Japan, however this contract is the result of more than 20 years of successfully delivering maritime uncrewed target services, including the use of the Barracuda maritime target to JMSDF (Japan’s Maritime Force) and JASDF (Japan’s Air Force).

 
Transforming Defence: Biomimicry & Bioinspiration

True biomimicry attempts to mimic or copy nature in human-made things, and holds real value to future technologies and the way we function. However, what we see more commonly, at least for now, is “bioinspiration”.

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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Power
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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Power