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DASA seeks Behavioural Analytics solutions

Posted 24 June 2020 · Add Comment

A Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) competition is seeking proposals that can help UK Defence and Security to develop capability in ‘Behavioural Analytics’.



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In Competition: Behavioural Analytics Phase 2, DASA is looking for scientific and technological solutions that can provide context-specific insights into the ‘how’ and ‘why’ of individual, group and population behaviour, enabling predictions about how they are likely to act in the future.

At this stage DASA are looking for theoretical and technological developments, beyond proof of concept, to result in working models, tools and techniques.

This is the second phase of funding for this competition. Phase 1 launched in October 2018 and funded 29 projects. It is not compulsory to have been involved in Phase 1 to apply.

Funding of £2 million is available to fund multiple projects in Phase 2, which closes for submission at midday (BST) on Thursday 13th August 2020.


 

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