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  • Announcing a major boost to defence spending, Freeland delivers a wartime speech | CBC News

    8 avril 2022 | Local, Aérospatial, Naval, Terrestre, C4ISR, Sécurité

    Announcing a major boost to defence spending, Freeland delivers a wartime speech | CBC News

    Observers in the national security sector — accustomed to hearing cabinet ministers talk in circumspect terms about Canada's war-fighting abilities — say they were surprised by the unambiguous language about Russia's war on Ukraine in Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland's budget speech.

  • Le Canada va augmenter ses dépenses militaires et revoir ses objectifs de défense, il cite la guerre en Russie

    8 avril 2022 | Local, Aérospatial, Naval, Terrestre, C4ISR, Sécurité

    Le Canada va augmenter ses dépenses militaires et revoir ses objectifs de défense, il cite la guerre en Russie

    Le Canada va légèrement augmenter ses dépenses militaires au cours des cinq prochaines années et revoir sa politique de défense globale à la suite de l'invasion russe en Ukraine, a déclaré le...

  • Budget 2022: Canada won’t meet NATO target with more than $8B in new military funding

    8 avril 2022 | Local, Aérospatial, Naval, Terrestre, C4ISR, Sécurité

    Budget 2022: Canada won’t meet NATO target with more than $8B in new military funding

    OTTAWA - The federal Liberal government responded Thursday to months of pressure from the NATO military allian...

  • AÉRO MONTRÉAL EST À LA RECHERCHE D'UN(E) COORDONNATEUR(TRICE) DE PROJETS, DÉFENSE ET SÉCURITÉ EN AÉROSPATIALE (SDQuébec)

    8 avril 2022 | Local, Aérospatial, Naval, Terrestre, C4ISR, Sécurité

    AÉRO MONTRÉAL EST À LA RECHERCHE D'UN(E) COORDONNATEUR(TRICE) DE PROJETS, DÉFENSE ET SÉCURITÉ EN AÉROSPATIALE (SDQuébec)

    AÉRO MONTRÉAL EST À LA RECHERCHE D'UN(E) COORDONNATEUR(TRICE) DE PROJETS, DÉFENSE ET SÉCURITÉ EN AÉROSPATIALE (SDQuébec)

  • AÉRO MONTRÉAL EST À LA RECHERCHE D'UN(E) GESTIONNAIRE DE PROJETS, CYBERSÉCURITÉ

    8 avril 2022 | Local, C4ISR, Sécurité

    AÉRO MONTRÉAL EST À LA RECHERCHE D'UN(E) GESTIONNAIRE DE PROJETS, CYBERSÉCURITÉ

    AÉRO MONTRÉAL EST À LA RECHERCHE D'UN(E) GESTIONNAIRE DE PROJETS, CYBERSÉCURITÉ

  • Supporting defence innovation – Innovative Solutions Canada launches new defence challenges | Soutenir l'innovation en matière de défense – Solutions innovatrices Canada lance de nouveaux défis en matière de défense

    7 avril 2022 | Local, Aérospatial, Naval, Terrestre, C4ISR, Sécurité

    Supporting defence innovation – Innovative Solutions Canada launches new defence challenges | Soutenir l'innovation en matière de défense – Solutions innovatrices Canada lance de nouveaux défis en matière de défense

    Supporting defence innovation – Innovative Solutions Canada launches new defence challenges   Innovative Solutions Canada (ISC) recently launched six new Calls for Proposals in its defence testing stream. ISC is seeking pre-commercial innovative prototypes that can be tested in real life settings and address a variety of defence priorities within the Government of Canada. The Testing Stream aims to procure, test and evaluate innovative late stage pre-commercial prototypes in the following areas:   •            Digital Enablers and Cybersecurity •            UAS and Drone-related infrastructure •            Enhanced Warfighting •            Training and in-Service support •            Enhanced Soldier systems •            Smart Sustain and Fleet Optimization   The purpose of this call for proposals is to create pools of pre-qualified innovations that Canada may select from to address a broad range of the Government of Canada organizations' requirements. Check the Innovative Solutions Canada web site for eligibility requirements and apply by 14:00 April 22, 2022.           Soutenir l'innovation en matière de défense – Solutions innovatrices Canada lance de nouveaux défis en matière de défense   Solutions innovatrices Canada (SIC) a récemment lancé six nouveaux appels à propositions dans le cadre de son volet mises à l’essai en défense. SIC est à la recherche de prototypes novateurs pré-commerciaux qui peuvent être testés en situation réelle et qui répondent à diverses priorités de défense du gouvernement du Canada. Le volet mise à l’essais vise à acquérir, à tester et à évaluer des prototypes novateurs pré-commerciaux de stade avancé dans les domaines suivants :   •            Outils numériques habitants et cybersécurité •            Infrastructure liée aux systèmes de surveillance aérienne sans pilote et aux drones •            Amélioration de la conduite de la guerre •            Formation et soutien en service •            Systèmes du soldat améliorés •            Soutien intelligent et optimisation de la flotte   Le but de cet appel à propositions est de créer des bassins d'innovations préqualifiées parmi lesquelles le Canada pourra choisir afin de répondre à un large éventail de besoins des organisations du gouvernement du Canada. Consultez le site Web de Solutions innovatrices Canada pour connaître les conditions d'admissibilité et présentez votre application d'ici 14h00 le 22 avril 2022.    

  • OPPORTUNITY: US Army xTech International - Energy Water Synthetic Biology - DEADLINE APRIL 15TH

    7 avril 2022 | Local, Terrestre

    OPPORTUNITY: US Army xTech International - Energy Water Synthetic Biology - DEADLINE APRIL 15TH

    The Trade Commissioner Service would like to make industry aware of the US Army’s xTechInternational Competition, which provides a forum for eligible international small businesses to engage with the Army, earn prize money and investigate funding opportunities to tackle Army challenges across three key technology areas: Energy; Water; and Synthetic Biology.   Responses are due by APRIL 15, 2022 in the form of a 3 page white paper and option 3 minute video.   See full details on the xTech website here: https://www.arl.army.mil/xtechsearch/competitions/xtechinternational.html   The registration/submission page may be found here: https://usg.valideval.com/teams/xtech_International/signup   Problem Statements ·       Topic 1: Electric Power and Energy Technologies o   Challenge: As new and future Army systems are planned for expeditionary operations; developers are focusing on electric power to decrease the reliance on fossil fuels and to alleviate supply line issues. The DoD is seeking technologies to facilitate future electric systems that can operate in varied conditions. Of particular interest are the following energy technologies for expeditionary operations: §  Critical Infrastructure energy technologies to support high demand for electric power on the battlefield, such as tactical battlefield recharging capability for onboard vehicle batteries. §  High Energy Battery Technology, greater than 400Wh/kg, to keep up with the demand for high density energy storage with long life cycle and fast charging capabilities (>=4C rate with limited degradation), across a wide operational temperature range (-46 to +71 Celsius, per MIL-PRF-32565). §  Technologies for Improving Battery Safety that can reduce safety risks posed by thermal runaway of high energy density battery systems. §  Open-Source Lithium ion 6T Battery Management System (BMS) & Case design that meets Army standards, which the Army can then provide to battery manufacturers, to reduce battery manufacturers' challenges to developing Army compliant lithium-ion 6T batteries.  This also enables the Army to swiftly adopt of new and emerging battery cell technologies in the Lithium-ion 6T space.   ·       Topic 2: Water Technologies o   Challenge: Expeditionary forces are operating in locations where local water sources may contain microbial, chemical, or heavy metal contamination and supply lines are unreliable to deliver timely supplies. The DoD is seeking technologies to produce potable water in real-time using a scalable solution with minimal logistical requirements, in order to support enduring operations. Of particular interest are the following water technologies for expeditionary operations: §  Technologies for the extraction of water from atmosphere or non-traditional water sources. §  Removal of microbiological, chemical, and heavy metals on an individual scale. §  Real time water sensors to support individual Soldier field purification efforts by ensuring the efficacy of the water purification device in real time and identifying contaminants in indigenous water sources.   ·       Topic 3: SynBio Technologies o   Challenge: Synthetic biology is enabling us to better harness nature to produce leap-ahead materials that we cannot make efficiently in any other way. Cell culture methods that have been the workhorse for industrial use often require very controlled process conditions and can have various limitations on the types/complexity of product produced. We want to harness biosynthesis methods beyond that paradigm to realize more efficient on-demand production of biochemicals/biomaterials anywhere in the world or fabrication of multifunctional protective materials (e.g., self-cleaning armor with integrated sensing, eye protection, tunable RF antenna and camouflage properties), and we are interested in any advancements that have been made in characterizing novel organism capabilities and steps towards engineering them. Such novel organisms could include, but not be limited to: extremophiles or typical eukaryotes (e.g., microalgae/diatoms, insect cells). Examples of potential interest areas include: §  Extremophile novel biochemical pathways tuned for selective synthesis, recovery, separation, and/or remediation of high value elements/materials (e.g., production of novel energetic materials; remediation of energetics; recovery and separation/processing of rare earth and other high-value elements). §  Open cultures (instead of expensive sterile systems) that support using non-sterile nutrients by non-experts in minimal protective gear. §  Expanding the breadth of elements that organisms can utilize to make novel materials or precursor materials that can be converted into novel materials (e.g., as is done in polymer-derived ceramics). §  Synthesis of biohybrid/multifunctional materials, toward next generation military-grade materials/coatings that cannot be affordably/feasibly fabricated in any other way [e.g., eye and sensor protection, camouflaging or concealing materials, complex multifunctional fiber materials (integrated strength/sensing/RF emission/decontamination/optical properties)]; novel energetic material production with micro/nanopackaging; structural or adhesive materials; or reinforced materials with enhanced degradation/erosion characteristics. §  Human performance applications such as living sensors for harsh environments, encapsulated skin-biotics for UV/nuclear radiation protection, responsive textile-attached antimicrobials   Eligibility   The entities allowed to participate in this competition must be international SME businesses. SME businesses are defined as those with <250 staff headcount, and within turn-over thresholds per the European Commission (EC) definition of SME. Participating entities must have or be able to obtain a CAGE code if selected to advance in the competition. (For assistance in obtaining a CAGE code, please contact Trade Commissioner Bobby Tate – Robert.tate@international.gc.ca)   How to enter   All eligible entities shall submit a short 3-page concept white paper and an optional accompanying 3-minute video outlining their potential impact/revolutionary for DoD, the technology and concept viability and commercialization and potential. Each concept white paper and accompanying video, if included, will be reviewed by DoD and international stakeholders including user, program acquisition, and research and development subject matter experts.   Additional questions, contact the xTech Program Office: usarmy.pentagon.hqda-asa-alt.mbx.xtechsearch@army.mil

  • Boeing sees the P-8A Poseidon as most capable to replace Canada's CP-140 Aurora aircraft - Skies Mag

    6 avril 2022 | Local, Aérospatial

    Boeing sees the P-8A Poseidon as most capable to replace Canada's CP-140 Aurora aircraft - Skies Mag

    When Boeing submits its proposal for the Canadian Multi-Mission Aircraft project to replace the CP-140 Aurora, it is likely to be the P-8A Poseidon. We take a closer look at the Poseidon’s potential.

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