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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