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From Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl)
  • Scratch the surface and experience innovation first-hand at the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl).

  • Guidance on the many ways for suppliers to work with the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl), the science inside UK defence and security.

  • Procedure and supporting guidance to help police forces prepare their own policies for retrieving native video and audio from CCTV systems.

  • Guide to the capture, retrieval, storage or use of evidential digital images, and associated audio and metadata.

  • Suppliers of science and technology research can sign up to R-Cloud to access opportunities from across the Ministry of Defence (MOD).

  • This guidance explains our competition process and how your proposal is assessed.

  • You can access defence science and technology research via our central repository, and submit your own research.

  • Development of a standard approach for AI and autonomy in networked multi-sensor systems in security and defence.

  • A community of interest for academic institutions to partner with Dstl on deterrence and related topics such as assurance, coercion and conflict escalation.

  • How to submit a proposal to the Defence and Security Accelerator

  • Earn, learn and grow new skills as an apprentice at the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory.

  • A short guide to artificial intelligence (AI), data science and machine learning, explaining the terminology and helping you use and apply the latest advances.

  • This guidance sets out the process for determining whether governance approval and ethics review is required for research undertaken, funded or sponsored by MOD.

  • A short guide to understanding and valuing data, from defining the different types of data to dealing with bad data and bias.

  • How suppliers can participate in our frameworks and how customers can use Dstl frameworks to procure science and technology (S&T) research.

  • Dstl ensures the UK can develop and exploit new sensor technologies for our defence and security, to find and assess potential threats and give information to decision-makers.

  • This Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) competition seeks proposals for novel and innovative future space science and technologies.

  • Guidance for suppliers of science and technology research who sign up to R-Cloud and R-Cloud+ to access opportunities from across the Ministry of Defence (MOD).

  • This series brings together all documents relating to fingermark visualisation and digital forensics, as well as other related forensic topics.

  • A biscuit book exploring how we make technology work for us, find and use information as part of decision-making, and combine with Artificial Intelligence (AI).