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Tag: Technology – Software, hardware, and research

New Interceptors for the Royal Canadian Navy’s Naval Tactical Operations Group

– New lightweight high-performance boats for the Royal Canadian Navy’s (RCN) Naval Tactical Operations Group (NTOG) are on their way!

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I Am Christine Pellerin

– As Lead Engineer of Radio Frequency Safety at the Quality Engineering Test Establishment, Christine’s primary role is to ensure safe practices are followed when using equipment that emits radio frequency energy. She is one of the many dedicated men and women across Defence working hard to implement the Defence Policy: Strong, Secure, Engaged.

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Canada and U.S. collaborate on icebreakers of the future

– Where do you go when you want a new polar icebreaker? If you are the United States Coast Guard, you turn to the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) to access its world-class expertise.

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Scientists and soldiers test cutting-edge technologies in Montreal

– During the first three weeks of September, Montreal served as host to over 150 scientists from five countries and nearly 100 members of 3 Battalion, Royal 22e Régiment (3 R22eR) to test over 50 new technologies on the streets of the city’s downtown core, on the Belvedere at Mount Royal, at an out-of-commission grain silo in the …

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Military aerospace control community shines at G7 Summit in Charlevoix

– RCAF Public Affairs The idea of “airspace” is a complex matter. By its simplest definition, it is the area of atmosphere in which aircraft operate; the realities of airspace are, however, much more involved. For instance, the aircraft operating in a given airspace must be managed to ensure they can operate safely. This includes controlling …

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CAF invests in cutting-edge technology to improve communication in remote regions

– Karina Gould, Minister of Democratic Institutions, met with members of the 3rd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment in August to highlight new equipment being delivered as part of the Integrated Soldier System (ISS) Project.

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DRDC Ottawa celebrates first graduating class

– The first graduating class of 16 students from eight of Canada’s top universities have completed their placements at Defence Research and Development Canada’s (DRDC’s) Ottawa Research Centre.

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Canadian Forces Warfare Centre completes joint non-munitions effects experiment

– Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC) developed the non-munitions targeting project to examine a broad set of capabilities that reflect the reality of modern warfare in joint targeting capability.

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First IDEaS contracts awarded

– Under the competitive projects element of IDEaS, three contracts are being awarded in response to the challenge of how the Canadian Armed Forces can recruit, retain and increase representation of women.

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RCAF shows off the CH-148 Cyclone ahead of its first deployment

– After nearly three years of training, testing and evaluation, the Royal Canadian Air Force’s new state-of-the-art maritime helicopter, the CH-148 Cyclone, has left for its first operational deployment.

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