Posts Tagged ‘QinetiQ’

UK and US research partnership strengthened at Haslar

QinetiQ Carderock

The QinetiQ team at Haslar hosted visitors from UK MoD and the Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) Carderock, to build on years of cooperation between the Royal Navy, US Navy, QinetiQ, the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) and the MoD’s Submarine Delivery Agency, by coming together for an update on the latest hydrodynamic developments…

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Can Artificial Intelligence defend you from a weaponised web-cam?

Can Artificial Intelligence defend you from a weaponised web-cam?

Last October, hundreds of thousands of Internet of Things devices were used to host malicious lines of code that served as a launching pad for a series of DDoS attacks carried out across the internet. Hackers effectively weaponised web cameras and digital video recorders and used them to shut down popular websites including Twitter, Reddit and PayPal, in what has become the largest recorded DDoS attack in history.

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CREST consortium to deliver surveillance research programme for MOD

A research programme entitled Communications and Cross-Cutting Electronic Surveillance (CCCES) will investigate novel technologies and techniques in support of future UK MOD Electronic Surveillance procurements. Following a competitive procurement the CREST consortium (Collaborative Research in Electronic Surveillance Technology) was chosen to deliver the CCCES programme, in close collaboration with Dstl.  CREST is led jointly by…

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Project CREOLE receives Ministerial Acquisition Award

QinetiQ are delighted to announce that Project CREOLE received a Ministerial Acquisition Award. As prime contractor, QinetiQ delivered full operational capability in August 2012, supporting the Joint & Battlefield Trainers, Simulations & Synthetic Environments (JBTSE) Project Team and Collective Training Group (CTG), Land Warfare Centre. The Award was made to the CREOLE Team which comprised…

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QinetiQ and MoD announces award winning contract

Ministry of Defence

QinetiQ and the Ministry of Defence (MOD) announced today the award of a contract for research funding for the next three years to maintain the UK’s world-leading expertise into defence advanced materials. The funding, worth £11.7 million, has been granted by the MOD’s Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) as part of its Materials And…

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