In the fast-moving environment we find ourselves in today, no defence force can afford to fall behind in their connected capabilities.
In the past, major defence departments around the world often performed R&D, which helped achieve many ground-breaking technological advances. But, in many cases, government efforts now trail those of the defence industry in R&D spending due to military budget cuts and the exponential growth in technology companies.
Advances in disruptive technologies, including artificial intelligence and machine learning, are dramatically changing the way we do the business of defence. This new reality calls for new strategies.
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