Reports

Disruptive Technology 2019: Post Show Report

Defence iQ has released the Post Show Report from the 2019 Disruptive Technology for Defence Transformation Conference.

The 2019 Disruptive Technology Conference saw over 250 defence leaders and technology innovators come together to discuss how the rapid pace and significance of Digital Age Technology is reshaping Defence and Security capability, operations and procurement. In 2020 the event will be co-located with Big Data for Defence, maximising value for our participants and allowing even greater networking opportunities.

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Here are the key features of the report:
•  Foreword from the Conference President, General Sir Richard Barrons (Ret) and Conference Chairmen – Lieutenant General Mark Poffley, Vice Admiral Duncan Potts, and Air Marshal Graham Stacey
•  Attendance breakdown complete with statistics, geographical locations and job titles of attendees
•  Our 2019 Sponsors and Partners
•  Looking forward to 2020
Programmes and investments in Big Data for Defence: 2020 market report

Programmes and investments in Big Data for Defence: 2020 market report

Governments and armed forces around the world are investing massively in AI, machine learning and advanced analytics to not only accelerate decision-making on the battlefield but streamline the defence enterprise’s internal processes and allow for a more agile procurement cycle.

Ahead of Big Data for Defence conference Defence iQ compiled this report highlighting the current investments and programmes in the big data, AI and machine learning space from countries from around the world.

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Key benefits of downloading the report:

  • Know top acquisition and upgrade priorities from countries that will be present at Big Data for Defence
  • Develop business strategies by meeting the right people from countries having active programmes and key requirements at Big Data for Defence
  • Gain insights into investment trends from your peers

Download the report to learn more about programmes and strategies from countries that will attend Big Data for Defence such as:

  • Australia 
  • Canada 
  • Denmark 
  • United Kingdom
  • The U.S 

These countries will be represented at Big Data for Defence 2020. To download the full agenda of the conference, please click here

Big Data for Defence 2019 Attendee List

Big Data for Defence 2019 Attendee List

Click on 'download' to see who attended the Big Data for Defence Conference 2019. 

Past presentation: The Future of Big Data Analytics in Defence

Past presentation: The Future of Big Data Analytics in Defence

Delivered during last year’s Big Data For Defence Conference, this presentation from Dr. Adam Zagorecki, Senior Research Follow, Operational Analysis, Cranfield University lays out the the future of big data analytics in defence

Download this presentation to learn more about:

  • How AI and machine learning will develop over the next 10 years
  • How can military organisations gain advantage through data analytic progress in other industries
  • How can you access skilled data analytics professionals in the defence environment
  • Demonstrating how data can be maintained for use in future conflict

Dr. Zagorecki will lead a workshop at this year’s conference on maximising operational capabilities and decision-making though data analytics for military leaders and will deliver a presentation on the upcoming challenges of data analytics in the defence industry. 

Big Data for Defence: 2019 trends report

Big Data for Defence: 2019 trends report

The potential applications of big data, AI and other emerging technologies in the defence sector are vast. There is an increased focus on these technologies by nations from across the world, which is stressing the importance of developing, implementing and applying them in their Armed Forces. 

Ahead of this year’s Big Data for Defence Conference, Defence IQ compiled a big data for defence trends report, outlining current programmes and ongoing requirements.

Download this report to find out more about:

  • Denmark’s DKK1.4 billion investment in cyber defence over the 2018 – 2023 period
  • French Government’s ARTEMIS project
  • German Government’s EUR 3 billion investment in R&D for AI until 2025
  • The UK Royal Navy’s Project NELSON

NSA leaks forces defence sector to confront big data future

NSA leaks forces defence sector to confront big data future

It is perhaps no revelation to say that, when compared to the private sector, governments have been largely slow to engage with the big data movement. There is of course an undeniable need for them to come down from the wings and play catch up, and while some public bodies have indeed moved forward with the times, others are still languishing on the sidelines.

The Future is Cloudy - Opportunities & Technological Challenges in Developing the ‘Combat Cloud’

The Future is Cloudy - Opportunities & Technological Challenges in Developing the ‘Combat Cloud’

This e-book explains the changing combat doctrines in the US military, prioritising data inflows over purely platforms leading up to the Combat Cloud concept. Also exploring the cyber security vulnerabilities to cloud technology and consequences in military applications and discussing the most recent program developments in US forces and globally (incl. discussion on Russia and China).