Defence Predictions and New Technologies
From increasing risk of peer conflict to the rise of urban warfare, and increasing great power competition, the defence sector faces many challenges that must be approached responsibly
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New Technologies and Developments in the Defence Industry
Similar to many other sectors, the lead up to 2020 will be shaped by increasing digitisation. From increasing risk of peer conflict to the rise of urban warfare, and increasing great power competition, the defence sector faces many challenges that must be approached responsibly. Indeed, government, industry and the military must collaborate to deliver meaningful change to ensure that overmatch is maintained in all areas, over potential adversaries.
Defence iQ asked industry stakeholders and thoughts leaders about the upcoming trends, developments to look out for and bold predictions. From worsening relations with Russia to the anti-drone conundrum, and even the applicability of neuroscience in the context of defence.
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Featuring insight from
- Bohemia Interactive Simulations
- Airbus CyberSecurity
- Doug Livermore, Contracted Advisor in the Office of the Secretary of Defense
- Graham Grose, IFS, Director of the Aerospace and Defense Center of Excellence
- Christopher Foss, Jane’s Consultant Editor
- James Giordano, Professor, Departments of Neurology and Biochemistry, Georgetown University Medical Center
- And more...
Check out the full report for insight on all areas of defence for the next five years, including hypersonic missiles, geopolitics, drone technology, land forces modernisation, artificial intelligence, augmented reality, simulated training and more.