Call for projects for innovative solutions to fight COVID-19

Call for projects for innovative solutions to fight COVID-19

As part of the French government's plan to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a new call for proposals* by the Ministry of the Armed Forces, launched by the Defense Innovation Agency (AID).

Silicon Valley Innovation Program (SVIP) - Solicitations

Silicon Valley Innovation Program (SVIP) - Solicitations

There are two solicitations from Silicon Valley Innovation Program (SVIP), on behalf of the US Coast Guard. SVIP is the US Department of Homeland Security’s alternative procurement agency to reach alternative innovators in the Silicon Valley and similar ecosystems. It is different to DIU in terms that while DIU seeks mature technologies that it can put into warfighters’ hands very quickly hence opening solicitations for only 10 working days, SVIP seeks to develop new capabilities from lower TRLs. Its calls are open for up to one year and SVIP accepts applications every three months, see below the three quarterly dates.

Counter Improvised Threats Grand Challenge - Call for Proposals

Counter Improvised Threats Grand Challenge - Call for Proposals

The latest Call for Counter Improvised Threat Grand Challenge Phase 2 – Integration (CIT-GC Ph2) is now open.

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DASA/DSTL Competition

Invisible shield: Countering IEDs by novel technology and techniques

This Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) competition is run on behalf of the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl). It aims to develop and demonstrate a number of novel technologies and techniques in the area of Counter-IED ECM.

Call for papers on Land Science and Innovation Conference

Call for papers on Land Science and Innovation Conference

DST will host the Land Science and Innovation (LSI) Conference at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre as part of Land Forces 2020 on 2nd and 3rd of September this year.

Applications for AUSMURI Round 4 are now open

Applications for AUSMURI Round 4 are now open

Applications for AUSMURI (US-Australia International Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative)

Round 4 are now open with a topic focus of 'Cyber Autonomy through Robust Learning and Effective Human/Bot Teaming'.

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