11 mai 2023 | Local, Aérospatial, Naval, Terrestre, C4ISR, Sécurité, Autre défense

Marché IDEeS 2023 arrive

Nous sommes ravis d’annoncer que l’événement Marché IDEeS est de retour! Marché IDEeS 2023 aura lieu au Centre Shaw, à Ottawa, Ontario le 2 juin, de 9h00 à 16h00.

Les innovateurs auront la chance de présenter leurs innovations financées par IDEeS, de créer des partenariats et de réseauter avec le personnel du ministère de Défense nationale et les Forces armées canadiennes (MDN et des FAC), ainsi qu'avec des chefs de file de l'industrie et du gouvernement pour faire progresser leurs technologies.

Des présentations dynamiques et interactives couvriront un certain nombre de défis auxquels sont confrontés le MDN/FAC.

Certains des thèmes comprennent :

  • Identifier et contrer les cybers attaques;
  • Détection d'explosifs dissimulés;
  • Surveillance maritime et technologies quantiques;
  • Communications et solutions terrestres pour le combat dans l'Arctique;
  • Suivi et désorbitation des débris spatiaux et protection des satellites contre les menaces naturelles et artificielles;
  • Solutions d'alimentation portables pour les soldats en mouvement;
  • Des informations en temps réel pour la prise de décision en cas de pandémie;
  • Nettoyage des équipements et des espaces de travail sensibles;
  • Systèmes autonomes: confiance et obstacles à l'adoption (Réseaux d'innovation);
  • Matériaux de pointe: innovations dans l'évitement de la détection et protection physique (Réseaux d'innovation);
  • Planification logistique rapide et adaptive pour les missions militaires;
  • et beaucoup plus!​

La participation à cet événement est GRATUITE - et sur invitation uniquement. La participation sera limitée aux autres ministères et aux grandes entreprises de défense ayant la capacité d'investir dans la technologie développée par IDEeS, ainsi qu'au personnel du MDN et des FAC.

Si vous êtes d'un autre ministère gouvernemental ou d'un grand partenaire de l'industrie et que vous souhaitez y assister, veuillez contacter Heather à : heather@allianceevents.ca.

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  • Deal to buy used Australian fighter jets finalized, with Canadian Forces set to be flying them by summer

    4 janvier 2019 | Local, Aérospatial

    Deal to buy used Australian fighter jets finalized, with Canadian Forces set to be flying them by summer

    David Pugliese, Ottawa Citizen Eighteen of the Australian F-18 aircraft will eventually be flying for the Canadian Forces, while another seven will be used for testing and spare parts Canada has finalized a deal to buy 25 used fighter jets from Australia, the first of which are expected to be operating by this summer, says the top procurement official at the Department of National Defence. “The first two aircraft will be here this spring,” Pat Finn, assistant deputy minister for materiel at DND, told Postmedia in an interview. “I would say it could be by the summer the first couple are on the flight line and painted with the maple leaf.” A second group of planes would arrive later this year. Eighteen of the Australian F-18 aircraft will eventually be flying for the Canadian Forces, while another seven will be used for testing and spare parts. Canada is paying Australia $90 million for the aircraft. The federal government originally estimated the purchase of the Australian jets would cost around $500 million, but Finn said that price reflected every aspect of the associated deal, not just the cost of purchasing the jets. Canada is also acquiring extra spare parts, the Australian jets will have to be outfitted with specific Canadian equipment and software and testing will be needed. The $500-million project estimate also included $50 million in contingency funds to cover any problems and another $35 million for the salaries of all civilian and military personnel involved over the life of the project. An additional $30 million will be spent on new infrastructure needed to accommodate the aircraft. Those costs add up to $360 million, Finn said. But DND also plans to upgrade its existing fleet of CF-18s with new communications gear and equipment required to meet regulations to operate in civilian airspace, improvements which the Australian jets will also eventually receive at a cost of around $110 million, an amount that brought the original estimate to nearly $500 million. The Liberal government had planned to buy 18 new Super Hornet fighter jets from U.S. aerospace giant Boeing to augment the Royal Canadian Air Force's CF-18s until new aircraft can be purchased in the coming years. But in 2017 Boeing complained to the U.S. Commerce Department that Canadian subsidies for Quebec-based Bombardier allowed it to sell its C-series civilian passenger aircraft in the U.S. at cut-rate prices. As a result, the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump enacted a tariff of almost 300 per cent against the Bombardier aircraft sold in the U.S. In retaliation, Canada cancelled the deal to buy the 18 Super Hornets, which would have cost more than US$5 billion. Instead of buying the new Super Hornets, the Liberals decided to acquire the used Australian jets. Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan has said the extra jets are needed to deal with a “capability gap,” as Canada does not have enough fighters to handle its commitments to NATO as well as protecting North America. But Conservative MPs say the capability gap doesn't exist and was concocted by the government to delay a larger project to buy new jets, a competition that might end up selecting the F-35 stealth fighter that during the 2015 election campaign the Liberals vowed never to purchase. In the fall of 2016, then-Royal Canadian Air Force commander Lt.-Gen. Mike Hood told senators that the Liberal government brought in a policy change which required the RCAF to be able to meet both its NATO and North American air defence commitments at the same time. That, in turn, created the capability gap, he said. Hood said he was not told about the reasons for the policy change. In November 2018 Auditor General Michael Ferguson issued a report noting that the purchase of the extra aircraft would not fix the fundamental weaknesses with the CF-18 fleet which is the aircraft's declining combat capability and a shortage of pilots and maintenance personnel. “The Australian F/A-18s will need modifications and upgrades to allow them to fly until 2032,” the report said. “These modifications will bring the F/A-18s to the same level as the CF-18s but will not improve the CF-18's combat capability.” “In our opinion, purchasing interim aircraft does not bring National Defence closer to consistently meeting the new operational requirement introduced in 2016,” Ferguson's report added. The Canadian Forces says it is bringing in new initiatives to boost the numbers of pilots and maintenance staff. https://nationalpost.com/news/canada/deal-to-buy-used-australian-fighter-jets-finalized-with-canadian-forces-set-to-be-flying-them-by-summer

  • Patriot One Secures Contract for Correctional Service Canada from Innovative Solutions Canada

    10 mars 2020 | Local, C4ISR, Sécurité

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