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Representatives from industry, academia and across government are invited to join the symposium to work alongside Dstl’s scientists and shape future thinking.
This Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) competition seeks proposals for novel and innovative future space science and technologies.
1. Introduction 1.1 Innovation through the Space to Innovate Campaign The…
The first AUKUS artificial intelligence (AI) and autonomy trial was held, with the aim of rapidly driving these technologies into responsible military use.
International experts have convened in London for 25th Chemical Weapons Demilitarisation Conference
A newly developed programme will deliver battlespace solutions to the UK Armed Forces.
Dstl employs some of the world's brightest people. We're always on the lookout for talented, creative, dedicated and innovative individuals to join us.
The Violent Extremism Research and Evidence (VERE) repository provides easy access to the best research and how it can be applied in practice.
At DASA, we find and fund exploitable innovation to support UK defence and security quickly and effectively, and support UK prosperity.
DASA has launched Space to Innovate – Charlie Drop which seeks innovations that can aid UK Defence and Security to develop future space science and technologies.
You can access defence science and technology research via our central repository, and submit your own research.
The conference will explore the changing landscape of computing and why understanding this new technology is vital to defence.
How to submit a proposal to the Defence and Security Accelerator
This guidance explains our competition process and how your proposal is assessed.
Three exciting telexistence technologies demonstrated at the BattleLab as a result of the Telexistence: Phase 2 competition
Research, design, delivery and analysis of wargames, to provide insights and support decisions in UK defence and security.
The UK and US are working on technology that could be used to provide early warning protection for cities and major events.
Development of a standard approach for AI and autonomy in networked multi-sensor systems in security and defence.
Details of what the Defence and Security Accelerator has funded by financial year.
Definitions and guidance for building components compatible with the SAPIENT system, which uses AI and autonomy in networked multi-sensor systems.
Can you help us develop approaches to integrate collaborative AI systems with Human Operators and decision makers to form complex Human-Autonomy Teams?
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