“After months of fine-tuning and legal review, we are extremely excited and proud to publish our product whitepaper! #FOAM #geospatial #ProofOfLocation #blockchain #ethereum #whitepaper #Decentralization https://t.co/RBTbn5nXCM”
Interesting concept for reduced NPT environments
As innovation labs and units spread across government, knowing how to innovate is increasingly critical to public servants’ success. However, skills like creative thinking and policy experimentation are hardly part of the average civil servant’s training — which is why we’ve compiled the essential reading list for government innovators. Whether you’re a newcomer to the…
Pour s'ouvrir aux innovations issues du monde civil, Florence Parly, la ministre des armées, a annoncé la création cette année d'une agence de... - L'Usine Aéro
Le ministère des armées a fait de l’innovation l’une de ses priorités. Il y a quelques mois, il s’est associé avec BpiFrance pour lancer le fonds d’investissements DefInvest destiné à soutenir les pépites technologiques tricolores présentes à la fois sur les marchés civils et militiaires
Should the Belgian Defence follow the French example ? Is Belgium too risk-averse or financially unable to do that ?
Germany’s tech companies could see new business with the military, as Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen seeks to funnel more funding toward cyber technologies under plans to grow the country’s defense budget.
“Their concern is more about changing the thinking within the Bundeswehr to foster innovation and modify an acquisition process built on sequential iteration, not disruption”
Interesting article to read on Defensenews.com. An example to follow for the Belgian Defense ?
The head of the Special Operations Command is concerned that even the most advanced tech his troops use in the field today is being aged out, given rapid advances in commercial technologies that have overtaken military-grade gear.
Need for quicker innovation of the disruptive nature