3 décembre 2021 | Local, Aérospatial, Naval, Terrestre, C4ISR, Sécurité

NATO Pitch Event and Deadline Reminder for Current IDEaS Calls for Proposals // Événement de présentation de l'OTAN et rappel des dates limites pour les appels de propositions IDEeS en cours

NATO Pitch Event; Reminder deadlines for 5G and CDIS

Beam Me Up nets the top Made in Canada Prize at the NATO Innovation Challenge

Congratulations to Beam Me Up, winner of the Made in Canada prize in the Fall 2021 NATO Innovation Challenge! The team put together a stellar performance and won a special cash prize from IDEaS. The NATO Innovation Challenge Fall 2021 Pitch Day recorded video is now available on Youtube.

Deadlines for 5G, Corrosion Detection in Ships Fast Approaching

5G: The Department of National Defence and the Canadian Armed Forces (DND/CAF) are seeking innovative solutions via the Faster, Stronger, More Secure: Advancing 5G capabilities and concepts for defence and security challenge.

  • Deadline to apply is 2:00 PM (Eastern Time), Tuesday, December 7, 2021.

 

Corrosion detection: DND/CAF is also looking for functional solutions to rapidly and easily detect and inform the operators and engineers of all corrosion in a vessel while it is in operational use. Solutions will do so in a non-destructive manner that does not rely on human visual inspection or the removal of equipment.  See the Corrosion detection in ships page for details.

  • Deadline to apply is 2:00 PM (Eastern Time), Thursday, December 16, 2021

 

Défi de l’innovation de l'OTAN; Rappel des dates limites pour les défis 5G et CDIS

 

Beam Me Up remporte le prix Fabriqué au Canada au Défi de l'innovation de l'OTAN

 

Félicitations à Beam Me Up, lauréat du prix Fabriqué au Canada lors du Défi de l'innovation de l'OTAN de l’automne 2021! L'équipe a réalisé une performance exceptionnelle et a remporté un prix spécial en argent d'IDEeS. La vidéo de la journée de présentation du Défi de l’innovation de l’OTAN de l’automne 2021 est désormais disponible pour être visionnée dans son intégralité sur Youtube. (disponible en anglais seulement)

 

Les dates limites pour les défis 5G et la détection de la corrosion à bord des navires approchent à grands pas

 

5G : Le ministère de la Défense nationale et les Forces armées canadiennes (MDN/FAC) recherchent des avancées technologiques pour les capacités 5G pour les défis de défense et de sécurité via le défi Plus rapide, plus fort, plus sécurisé : avancer les capacités et les concepts 5G pour la défense et la sécurité.

 

  • La date limite pour postuler est 14h00 (HNE), le mardi 7 décembre 2021.

 

Détection de la corrosion : Le MDN/FAC recherche également des solutions fonctionnelles pour détecter et informer rapidement et facilement les opérateurs et les ingénieurs de toute corrosion dans un navire pendant son utilisation opérationnelle. Les solutions le feront d'une manière non destructive qui ne repose pas sur une inspection visuelle humaine ou sur le retrait de l'équipement. Voir la page Détection de la corrosion à bord des navires pour plus de détails.

 

  • La date limite pour postuler est 14h00 (HNE), le jeudi 16 décembre 2021.

 

 

 

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    23 juillet 2019 | Local, Aérospatial

    OTTAWA — Canada is officially asking four companies to send in their bids to supply a new fleet of fighter jets for the Royal Canadian Air Force.

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