TechWatch is our quarterly horizon-scanning technology publication. Today’s defence industry is ill-informed on which technologies might fundamentally disrupt it in the future. In order to adopt the very best innovations and processes in current and future operations, we need to keep in touch with developments in industries outside of our own.
TechWatch is a comprehensive assessment of technologies that will change the face of defence. Our experts study tech trends and developments, whilst also considering the practical applicability of them in our customers’ markets.
With a rich understanding of defence and national security, we are well equipped to guide you on where to place your technology bets for the future.
Our eighth edition: TechWatch Live at DSEI
We’ve taken an entirely new approach for this edition of TechWatch, which is being produced at DSEI 2021 in London. As always, we look for defence’s most promising technologies - but this time, we’ll also meet the people who are building them.
As such, this TechWatch provides a series of in-show interviews with a range of innovative companies. Subjects include novel sensing, immersion and AI, robotic automated systems.
We also have two longer deep dive blog pieces. The first is a two-part series on hypersonics - how they work, the threat they pose, and the opportunities to defeat them. The second piece focuses on human augmentation, covering the application of science and new technologies to improve human performance.
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TechWatch Edition 6: Net-Zero 50 & Sustainability
In this podcast we were joined by Lieutenant General Richard Nugee CB CVO CBE, discussing climate change, sustainability and particularly Net-Zero 50 and the defence sector.
TechWatch Edition 6: Modernising Platforms
This podcast explores updating our platforms and equipment for longevity into the future. Our participants include our UAS Technical Lead, Phil Briggs and our Land Autonomy Technical Lead, Tony Smith.
TechWatch Edition 4: Friends in high places
How can humans work together with machines in aerospace? In this podcast we chat to Bill Biggs, our autonomy campaign leader, on how we make the most of human-machine teams in air.