3 avril 2020 | Local, Aérospatial, Naval, Terrestre, C4ISR, Sécurité

Sujet : Nouveaux défis lancé par le Centre de l’innovation de l’OTAN pour lutter contre la COVID-19

Sujet : Nouveaux défis lancé par le Centre de l’innovation de l’OTAN pour lutter contre la COVID-19

Dans le cadre d'un effort coordonné pour lutter contre la COVID-19, IDEeS veut informer les innovateurs au sujet de défis liés à la COVID-19 publiés par le Centre de l'innovation de l'OTAN. Le Centre de l'innovation de l'OTAN est composé d'une communauté d'experts de partout au monde qui collaborent pour relever des défis de l'OTAN et de développer des solutions.

En réponse à la pandémie, le Centre de l'innovation a lancé deux défis :

  1. Identifier les fausses informations et atténuer leurs effets; et
  2. Livraison de fournitures aux personnes et aux équipes isolées.

Ces défis sont ouverts à tous. Vous pouvez soumettre vos solutions ici : https://www.innovationhub-act.org/challenge-intro

Si vous avez des questions, vous pouvez communiquer directement avec l'OTAN par courriel sactinnovationhub@act.nato.int

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    5 novembre 2018 | Local, Aérospatial

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