The dawn of a new technological revolution is here, and it appears to be completely autonomous. With the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) and autonomous weapons technology, many countries have increased their military might through a new form of an arms race that will change the face of warfare. Israel, South Korea, and the United Read More…
The NATO Association of Canada’s Procurement Program provides Canadians with analyses of trends relating to Canadian and international defense procurement and illustrates how these trends affect NATO’s collective mission capabilities. The program also provides in-depth discussion regarding the bureaucratic management, specific trade controls and various other institutional processes governing the defense industry and defense acquisitions, while integrating elements of international trade and economics.
Carolyn Wong explores the advantages of a strong intellectual property regime.
Editor Jemma Finnegan explores the use, production, stockpiling, and transfer of AP landlines in 2015
Julie-Anne interviews CH-147F pilot, Captain Jacqueline Ruis.
Join us at the annual three-day event, which is organised by the NATO Communications and Information (NCI) Agency and AFCEA Europe, and in collaboration with the Host Nation – this year Canada – that will take place on 24-26 April 2017 in Ottawa. The conference will build on the 2016 Warsaw Summit decision stressing Read More…
Claudia Nieroda discusses the need to diversify the Canadian government’s procurement portfolio.
Are industrial and technological benefits being maximized under the The Industrial and Technological Benefits policy?
Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin is seeking proposals from Canadian companies interested in expanding and investing in Oman. They will work with the successful proposal(s) to put together a potential offset project that meets the Oman offset guidelines. Private Client A global company with presence in Canada is looking for companies interested in providing budgetary quotes Read More…
Claudia Nieroda discuses the debate surrounding the Canadian procurement of unarmed UAVs.
In Part I of this two part series, Program Editors Kelsie Chasse and Ashley McIntyre discussed the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) and Canada’s past reluctance to sign. In this section, Libya, Iraq, and Saudi Arabia are examined as case studies, and the possible application of the ATT in past and future arms deals is discussed.