Advancing UK Aerospace, Defence, Security & Space Solutions Worldwide
The rise of low-carbon aircraft

Features

The rise of low-carbon aircraft

24 April 2024

Stephen Gifford, Chief Economist at the Faraday Institution, examines the potential of three technologies being developed for future low-carbon aviation.

Prioritising sovereign capability

Features

Prioritising sovereign capability

17 April 2024

Martin Rowse, Campaign Director, Airbus Defence and Space, looks at why reinforcing the UK's security requires the prioritisation of sovereign capability across the country's defence and space sectors.

Insider threats: the risks employees can pose

Features

Insider threats: the risks employees can pose

8 April 2024

With insider threats on the increase, Noah Price, G4S Academy International Director, explains the risks and threats employees can pose to your organisation and how to prevent them.

Advance Magazine

Latest Publication

Issue 1, Vol. 14: ADVANCE March - May 2024

Advertisement
Cranfield RT
Securing environmental licensing and sustainable data for spaceport operations

Features

Securing environmental licensing and sustainable data for spaceport operations

2 April 2024

Ruth Fain, head of advisory for ITPEnergised, who has worked with SaxaVord Spaceport, launch operators, local authorities and the CAA on environmental consent for UK spaceflight activities, outlines recommendations for future-proofing ongoing data collection for space operator activities in the UK.

Securing military connectivity in contested environments

Features

Securing military connectivity in contested environments

14 March 2024

Tristan Wood, founder of Livewire Digital, explores the power of hybrid networking and how it can underpin robust wide area networks across all arms and services, from land, sea and air.

Defining data-centric security in complex future warfare

Features

Defining data-centric security in complex future warfare

1 March 2024

John Dix, Land Communications, Thales, considers the role of data-centric security and evolving soldier systems integration, in complex future warfare.

Is Just in Time a thing of the past?

Features

Is Just in Time a thing of the past?

1 February 2024

Paul Adams, aerospace and defence sector specialist at Vendigital, explains why Just in Time production is unlikely to make a comeback anytime soon.

Advertisement
Marshall RT
Could R&D tax reform have consequences for A&D supply chains?

Features

Could R&D tax reform have consequences for A&D supply chains?

11 January 2024

Jenny Tragner, Director and Head of Policy at ForrestBrown, looks at why R&D tax reform could have unintended consequences for aerospace and defence (A&D) supply chains.

Busting automation myths and embracing robots

Features

Busting automation myths and embracing robots

13 December 2023

Carl Patrick, Robot Sales Manager – Machine Tool Automation at FANUC UK, busts some of the myths surrounding greater automation and explains why we should be embracing robots.

Advertisement
Marshall RT
Dealing with a supplier SOS

Features

Dealing with a supplier SOS

6 November 2023

Paul Adams, Director and aerospace & defence sector specialist at Vendigital, highlights the ways in which OEMs and their suppliers can proactively address critical supply chain risks.

Engineering precision miniature motors for advanced aerospace and defence systems

Features

Engineering precision miniature motors for advanced aerospace and defence systems

4 October 2023

Julian Del Campo, Business Development Manager, Aerospace and Defence, Portescap, looks at the development of precision miniature motors in advanced aerospace and defence systems.

Driving defence decarbonisation

Features

Driving defence decarbonisation

7 September 2023

Richard Gutsell, Programme Director, Atkins, stresses the need for more enduring partnerships to ensure defence can actually achieve its aim of delivering true decarbonisation.

Transformation of defence operations via digital threads

Features

Transformation of defence operations via digital threads

11 August 2023

Mivy James, Digital Transformation Director, BAE Systems Digital Intelligence, outlines how digital threads are transforming multidomain operations.

Defending UK infrastructure and services from hostile cyberattacks

Features

Defending UK infrastructure and services from hostile cyberattacks

8 August 2023

Ben Bridge, Chairman, Airbus Defence and Space UK, provides an insight into action aimed at preventing hostile cyberattacks on UK infrastructure and services.

DCP23: underpinning UK Armed Forces

Features

DCP23: underpinning UK Armed Forces' modernisation

1 August 2023

Shonnel Malani, Managing Partner, Advent International, Chairman, Cobham and Ultra Electronics and Non-Exec Director, Maxar Technologies, examines the impact of the UK Government’s DCP23.

Overcoming recruitment challenges in the space sector

Features

Overcoming recruitment challenges in the space sector

19 July 2023

Gary Cannon, space segment lead at Satellite Applications Catapult and member of the Advanced Engineering advisory board, examines space sector recruitment and why now is the best time to join the space industry.

AI: a strategy for success

Features

AI: a strategy for success

7 June 2023

For those investing in artificial intelligence (AI), Anna Lewis, a Principal Consultant in Atkins’ Aerospace, Defence, Security & Technology division, lauds its transformative potential but advises caution.

Addressing aerospace skills shortages

Features

Addressing aerospace skills shortages

9 May 2023

Simon Connell, Chief Executive of the Baker Dearing Educational Trust, argues that tackling the aerospace skills shortages will require flexibility and engagement from education and industry.

Developing space relations to boost Britain as science and tech superpower

Features

Developing space relations to boost Britain as science and tech superpower

1 May 2023

Philip Mackereth, Systems Engineer and Project Manager at Exobotics, considers how developing international space relations could drive Britain towards its goal of becoming a science and technology superpower.

Sustainable Skies World Summit fuels net zero strategies

Features

Sustainable Skies World Summit fuels net zero strategies

19 April 2023

According to industry leaders at this year’s Sustainable Skies World Summit at Farnborough, zero emission flights are within our grasp but scale, collaboration and innovation are vital to achieving net zero goals.

Earth observation for environmental analysis and protection

Features

Earth observation for environmental analysis and protection

13 March 2023

Wendy Carrara, Senior Manager for Digital & European Institutions at Airbus Defence and Space, outlines how advances in satellites will enhance monitoring of Earth's ecosystems.

How the R&D claims process is changing

Features

How the R&D claims process is changing

14 February 2023

With just weeks to go until UK Government research and development (R&D) tax schemes are changed, Mark Evans from R&D Tax Claims Ltd, looks at what this means for aerospace and defence firms.

Defence frontiers in 2023

Features

Defence frontiers in 2023

11 January 2023

With technology driving the defence sector, Matt Medley, Industry Director, A&D Manufacturing, IFS, surveys the anticipated developments taking place as we move into 2023.

A tribute to innovator Ralph Hooper, OBE, FREng, DCAe, CEng, FRAeS

Features

A tribute to innovator Ralph Hooper, OBE, FREng, DCAe, CEng, FRAeS

6 January 2023

On 12th December 2022, aeronautical pioneer and distinguished Cranfield alumnus Ralph Spenser Hooper - part of the very first student cohort at the College of Aeronautics, Cranfield in 1946 - sadly passed away, aged 96.

Women

Features

Women's representation in STEM

5 December 2022

Swetha Kotichintala, Chief Business Officer & aerospace engineer, Exobotics, outlines why women need more representation in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).

Accelerating digital transformation and innovation in A&D via MBSE

Features

Accelerating digital transformation and innovation in A&D via MBSE

24 November 2022

Dale Tutt, VP of Industry Strategy, Siemens Digital Industries Software, considers how Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) can accelerate digital transformation and innovation across aerospace and defence (A&D).

Misconceptions about aircraft safety

Features

Misconceptions about aircraft safety

22 November 2022

André Viljoen, former commercial airline pilot and logistics manager at Artemis Aerospace, settles some of the most common misconceptions about the safety of air travel.

Addressing the aviation skills gap

Features

Addressing the aviation skills gap

10 October 2022

Jim Scott, owner of component supplier Artemis Aerospace, considers how the aviation industry can build momentum in highlighting careers in the sector and tackling the growing gap in relevant skillsets.

Landing in the past

Features

Landing in the past

7 September 2022

Thousands of photos of Cranfield University’s early days in aviation are set to be digitised due a new grant and archivists are now seeking additional funds to make the entire collection digital and available online.

Staying ahead of threats to CNI

Features

Staying ahead of threats to CNI

22 August 2022

Noah Price, Head of the G4S Academy, considers the security threats faced by critical national infrastructure (CNI) and how to stay one step ahead through security best practice.

Reaching for affordable skies

Features

Reaching for affordable skies

11 August 2022

Artemis Aerospace's owner Jim Scott, charts commercial flight history, how affordable global travel really took off and the new era of post-pandemic aviation.

Electrification of future flight

Features

Electrification of future flight

6 June 2022

James Domone, Principal Engineer, Atkins, examines ways in which the electrification of aerospace is being accelerated to power the future of flight.

Stay ahead of the airplane

Features

Stay ahead of the airplane

26 May 2022

Neil Ballinger, head of EMEA at EU Automation, looks at ways of stepping up to the challenges currently facing aerospace supply chains.

Safely navigating the path to autonomy in naval operations

Features

Safely navigating the path to autonomy in naval operations

12 April 2022

Thomas Howe, Senior Principal Navigation and Seamanship, BMT, looks at how artificial intelligence and increasing autonomy can safely be integrated into operations at sea.

Innovating for a safer future

Features

Innovating for a safer future

8 March 2022

Anita Friend, Head of the Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA), highlights the increasing importance of innovation for defence and security.

Aviation in the post-pandemic era

Features

Aviation in the post-pandemic era

21 February 2022

Jim Scott, owner of Artemis Aerospace, discusses how he sees the aviation industry adapting and emerging from the COVID-19 crisis.

RAF Museum marks 70th anniversary of Vulcan

Features

RAF Museum marks 70th anniversary of Vulcan's first flight

10 January 2022

On the 30th of August 1952, the large delta winged Avro 698 prototype VX770 made its maiden flight at the Woodford Aerodrome, powered by four Rolls-Royce Avon engines.

The aviation industry in 2021

Features

The aviation industry in 2021

5 January 2022

The Founder and Chairman of Avia Solutions Group, Gediminas Ziemelis, takes a look at developments across the global aviation industry during 2021.

Urban mobility lessons from the Wright Brothers

Features

Urban mobility lessons from the Wright Brothers

17 December 2021

On Wright Brothers Day, Professor Adrian Thomas, Co-Founder and CSO of Animal Dynamics, examines what the urban air mobility market could learn from the Wright Brothers.

2022 aerospace & defence manufacturing tech transformation

Features

2022 aerospace & defence manufacturing tech transformation

15 December 2021

Evan Sloss, Director EMEA at iBASEt, identifies five technology trends set to change aerospace & defence manufacturing in 2022.

Developing UK PEMD aerospace supply chains

Features

Developing UK PEMD aerospace supply chains

1 December 2021

With the switch to sustainable air travel to meet CO2 emission targets a necessity, the UK Government is investing millions into the manufacture of Power Electronics, Machines and Drives (PEMD) for the UK aerospace sector.

All that’s fit to 3D print

Features

All that’s fit to 3D print

17 November 2021

Nick Allen, Managing Director of 3DPRINTUK, reveals manufacturing applications where 3D printing offers an advantageous alternative to injection moulding.

Electrifying Tempest with industrial partnerships

Features

Electrifying Tempest with industrial partnerships

10 November 2021

How do you power a future combat aircraft, when energy demands of the systems aboard are constantly increasing but the need for efficiency and sustainability has become a global priority?

Why the circular economy is taking off

Features

Why the circular economy is taking off

3 August 2021

James Domone, Principal Engineer, Atkins, looks at the adoption of circular economy principles in aerospace and how their application can help decarbonise the UK defence sector.

Boosting trust in AI

Features

Boosting trust in AI

12 July 2021

Dr Nira Chamberlain, Professional Head of Discipline for Data Science, Atkins, asks how can we be sure artificial intelligence (AI) can be relied upon to drive automated military vehicles?

ESG investing and aviation deal making

Features

ESG investing and aviation deal making

21 June 2021

Rob Watts, Director of Consulting, ACC Aviation, highlights why Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) investing is of increasing importance in aviation deal making.

Operational benefits of freeports in England

Features

Operational benefits of freeports in England

11 May 2021

The establishment of new freeports in England - expected to be operational by the end of 2021 - offer the prospect of a range of unique business benefits, according to law firm DLA Piper.

Digital engineering key to sustainable aviation

Features

Digital engineering key to sustainable aviation

19 February 2021

Ian Risk, Chief Technology Officer at The Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS) believes the latest developments in digital engineering are already pioneering new sustainable approaches to the aerospace design cycle.

H2020: still vital for UK aerospace

Features

H2020: still vital for UK aerospace

11 February 2021

Joe Matusiak, Grants Manager, ABGI UK, explains why access to the EU’s Horizon 2020 (H2020) scheme remains vital for the UK aerospace sector.

The space domain and UK security

Features

The space domain and UK security

6 January 2021

In a recent interview with DSEI Senior Defence Advisor, Air Vice-Marshal (ret’d) Gary Waterfall, Air Vice Marshal Harv Smyth, Head of the UK Space Directorate, highlighted the vital role of the space domain for UK security.

Processing data on the frontline

Features

Processing data on the frontline

23 November 2020

Mark Jeffrey, Technical Director, Recab UK, outlines the key considerations when designing embedded systems for processing data in defence.

Why cyber security is essential for protecting reputations

Features

Why cyber security is essential for protecting reputations

11 November 2020

As Cyber Monday approaches, Radmila Blazheska, CMO, SecurityHQ, defines the true impact of security breaches on an organisation's reputation and how to reduce your chances of a debilitating attack through damage control.

UK border resilience in the age of connectivity

Features

UK border resilience in the age of connectivity

13 October 2020

Jean-Sebastien Connell, a consultant at Atkins, tells us why we should modify our thinking to ensure the resilience of our UK border network.

Covid-19 crisis accelerates digital change in defence sector

Features

Covid-19 crisis accelerates digital change in defence sector

10 September 2020

Matt Medley, Senior Product Manager, IFS, explains why the Covid-19 crisis has caused an acceleration of digital transformation across defence organisations.

CFMS study bolsters business case for regional electric aircraft

Features

CFMS study bolsters business case for regional electric aircraft

15 July 2020

A new study from the Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS), a not-for-profit specialist in digital engineering, has helped the aerospace industry move a step closer to the development of regional electric aircraft.

Composite aerostructures in a changing world

Features

Composite aerostructures in a changing world

19 May 2020

Tim Edwards, Head of Engineering, Aerospace, Atkins, highlights key challenges facing aerospace engineers, as the world aims at zero net CO2 emissions by 2050.

A&D supply chains at tipping point

Features

A&D supply chains at tipping point

7 May 2020

Wolf Von Kumberg and Elizabeth Reid at law firm Bird & Bird, examine the impact of COVID-19 on Aerospace & Defence (A&D) supply chains and building resilience.

Additive manufacturing v traditional alternatives

Features

Additive manufacturing v traditional alternatives

16 March 2020

Nick Allen, Managing Director, 3DPrint UK, compares additive manufacturing for parts production against more traditional alternative processes.

Impact of AI, battlefield electrification and UAVs in 2020

Features

Impact of AI, battlefield electrification and UAVs in 2020

1 March 2020

Graham Grose, VP and Industry Director, Aerospace & Defence, IFS, outlines three tech initiatives changing the logistics and supply chains of the military, OEMs and providers of future in-service defence support.

Is aviation taking cyber security seriously?

Features

Is aviation taking cyber security seriously?

3 February 2020

Matthew Simpson, Head of Cyber Security at Atkins, considers whether the aviation industry is taking the issue of cyber security seriously enough.

Rethinking aerospace and defence data management

Features

Rethinking aerospace and defence data management

17 January 2020

Graham McCall, Vice President Operations UK, Aras, tells us why the aerospace and defence sectors need to rethink their approach to data management.

How billions in gold bullion moved covertly from London to Poland

Aerospace Security Features

How billions in gold bullion moved covertly from London to Poland

6 January 2020

Over the past few months, 8,000 gold bars - 100 tonnes - were carefully transported from the Bank of England’s vaults in London to Poland.

Features

Electric battlefields and powering logistical support

10 December 2019

Jeff Pike, Head of Aerospace & Defence Strategic Programmes & Initiatives at IFS, reveals immediate operational and renewable energy driven battlefield and logistical support benefits.

Features

When will electric aircraft really take off?

1 November 2019

Sophie Hand, UK Country Manager at EU Automation, shares some recent developments in electric aircraft and discusses where the industry will go next.

Features

Open systems in defence

7 October 2019

Dave Clark, Market Director, Aerospace and Defence, Atkins, considers the extent to which organisations in the defence sector should embrace open platforms.

Features

Managing complexity in the aerospace industry

20 September 2019

Graham McCall, VP Operations UK, Aras, looks at why aerospace manufacturers have to fully embrace digital transformation to address greater product complexity, as well as compliance, risk and resilience issues.

Features

Could blockchain help prove military airworthiness?

20 August 2019

Blockchain makes headlines as the technology underpinning controversial cryptocurrency, Bitcoin. Yet, asks Atkins' engineer Robert Smithers, does blockchain also have a place in proving military airworthiness?

Features

Digital transformation: bringing transparency to MRO

15 July 2019

Christian Matenaers, Marketing Director, Zoro.co.uk, outlines how digital transformation in the MRO industry has the potential to bring transparency and accountability to the aviation sector.

Features

The perils of 3D printing

1 July 2019

Sarah Hewitt, Director in the Major Risks Practice of Gallagher and Wayne Leech of Travelers Insurance, examine some of the risks that can accompany the many opportunities 3D printing offers industry.

Features

Inspiring the female future

23 June 2019

Hetal Petal, Marketing Projects Manager, Advanced Engineering, looks at the importance of women in engineering throughout history and what can be done to encourage more females into the industry.

Features

Decontaminising supply chains

17 June 2019

Dr David Scrimshire, Managing Director of TEC Transnational, examines problems caused by conflict minerals and counterfeit parts in the supply chain.

Features

Data sharing to fight SOC

1 June 2019

In response to the recent report by the National Crime Agency (NCA), Vern Davis, Head of Aerospace, Defence and Security at Sopra Steria, provides a potential solution to the danger of serious and organised crime (SOC).

Features

The manufacturing workforce imperative

14 May 2019

Graham Stubbs, Managing Director at Dean Group, highlights the current skills shortage in advanced engineering and the need to prioritise the growth of the UK's manufacturing workforce.

Features

Realising transformative opportunities

18 April 2019

Guy Herbertson, Principal, UK, global co-leader, aerospace & defence at Boyden, talks to Robert Aitchison, who has led change and transformation in a range of industries but with a focus on aerospace and defence.

Features

Women in aerospace

1 April 2019

Julia Jiggins, senior specialist within Thales in the UK’s civil avionics business, draws on her own personal experience to examine the challenges facing – and benefits of – women in aerospace.

Features

Managing cloud computing risks

20 March 2019

Sarah Hewitt, Director, Major Risks Practice, Gallagher and Craig Mounser, Senior Underwriter, Technology Practice, Travelers Insurance Company, provide insights into cloud computing opportunities and risks.

Features

Ending of A380 production and the future for airlines and investors

1 March 2019

Lewis Leslie and David Archer from IBA’s team of analysts, consider the implications of Airbus' decision to terminate A380 production and what the future holds for airlines and investors.

Features

Managing your company's reputation

18 February 2019

Sarah Hewitt, Director in the Major Risks Practice of Gallagher and Ciaran Simms, an Underwriter for the Travelers Insurance Company’s Technology practice, examine how to protect your company's reputation.

Features

The post-Brexit space race

8 February 2019

Mark Sewell, CIO, Curo Talent, explains why it is vital for the UK to keep up with the space race post-Brexit.

Features

Preventing costly electronic hardware mistakes

1 February 2019

Steve Carlson and James Chew at Cadence Design Systems, look at ways to overcome barriers to the application of advanced node semiconductor technology in aerospace and defence.

Features

Space tech to deliver education for all

24 January 2019

Graham Turnock, Chief Executive of the UK Space Agency, explains how space technology is set to enable universal educational opportunities

Features

Drones set to transform airspace in 2019

17 January 2019

Richard Ellis, Vice President of Customer Success at AirMap, examines airspace changes aimed at addressing drone risks.

Features

Building an electrifying defence

4 December 2018

Benjamin Stafford, materials science expert at materials search engine Matmatch, explores materials and technologies that could make electrification possible for transportation in aerospace and defence.

Features

Customs management digitisation pays off

12 November 2018

Following the release of a new study into the digitisation of customs processes, Iqubal Pannu, Senior Solutions Consultant, AEB (International) Ltd., examines some of its key findings.

Features

The UK’s second fastest growing export sector

12 October 2018

Jim Higginbotham, managing director, asset finance, Wyelands Bank, looks at the export potential of the aerospace sector.

Features

Mastering complexity to ensure naval asset readiness

1 October 2018

According to Evan Butler-Jones, Director, Defence Product Line, Aerospace & Defence Business Unit, IFS, Naval stakeholders should start to consider IT systems as strategic enablers.

Features

Overcoming aviation security challenges

20 September 2018

Nitha Rachel Suresh, Cyber Security Consultant at Synopsys, considers the very real threats to aviation security and the ways and means by which these widespread security challenges can be overcome.

Features

Aerospace and defence: from risk to value through digitisation

1 September 2018

Hannah Beckett, Business Solutions Consultant, AEB (International) Ltd., outlines how to deliver value amid turbulent markets in the digital age – together with global suppliers.

Features

Data-driven design development for military vehicles

13 August 2018

Emma Cygan, Design and Development Engineer at Pailton Engineering, explains how data from real life military vehicles is informing the design and testing of new parts.

Features

SSRO revised Allowable Costs guidance in single source defence contracting

17 July 2018

Elizabeth Reid, Partner and Lucy England, Associate, at UK law firm Bird & Bird, examine implications for defence contracting of revised guidance from the Single Source Regulations Office (SSRO) on Allowable Costs.

Features

RAF 100: A rich history and bright future of collaboration

10 July 2018

By Paul Everitt, Chief Executive, ADS Group

Features

Aerospace industry adaptation

21 June 2018

Neil Cayley, Lead Consultant at Jonathan Lee Contract Recruitment, explores current issues affecting the aerospace industry and explains why adaption is vital to meet the challenges that lie ahead.

Features

FIFA World Cup 2018: Russian to secure stadiums

11 June 2018

Evan Kerr, senior security consultant at Restrata, considers stadium security strategies ahead of the World Cup in Russia.

Features

Revealing resilience

1 June 2018

Brendon Hill, Global Head of Aerospace at BSI, considers the world’s first Organisational Resilience Index and what it shows about the aerospace industry

Features

Diversity in security

15 May 2018

Evan Kerr, a senior security consultant with Restrata, looks at the benefits of diversity in developing innovative security solutions.

Features

Are GDPR and cyber risks on airlines' radar?

1 May 2018

Sjaak Schouteren, Partner, European Cyber Team and Paul Waring, Partner, Aviation Team, at JLT Specialty, consider airlines' preparedness for GDPR and cyber risks.

Features

Creating a culture of excellence to drive productivity

1 March 2018

Professor Peter Hines and Robin Jaques provide an insight into how productivity in an organisation can be improved by developing a culture of excellence.

Features

Four tech developments impacting commercial aviation in 2018

1 February 2018

Mark Martin, Director, Commercial Aviation Product Line, Aviation & Defence Business Unit, IFS, sets out four tech developments helping airlines meet challenges and produce benefits for commercial aviation in 2018.

Features

Bold ambitions for space in the UK

2 January 2018

Science Minister Jo Johnson gives an overview of space in the UK and how - as the SatelLife competition is launched - young people will empower the sector.

Features

Meeting demand for UAV engineers

1 December 2017

Peter Heap, senior consultant, aerospace and defence division at Jonathan Lee Recruitment, explains why the Unmanned Air Vehicle (UAV) sector provides opportunities for ex-forces technicians and engineers.

Features

Data collaboration for MRO

1 November 2017

Mark Martin, Director, Operator Edition Product Line, Aviation & Defence Business Unit, IFS, tells us why sharing is caring in the aviation industry.

Features

Locking into cyber security

24 October 2017

With cyber attacks and ransomware demands increasing, Steve Borwell-Fox, owner/manager of software house borwell, examines various cyber security regimes for businesses of differing sizes.

Features

Defence set for transformation

15 September 2017

Evan Butler-Jones, Director, Defence Product Line, Aviation & Defence Business Unit at IFS, looks at five changes set to transform the in-service support model for the military over the next decade.

Features

The virtuous military intelligence cycle

6 September 2017

Graham Le Fevre, Senior Campaign Leader, Cyber Security & Information as a Service (IaaS), QinetiQ, extols the virtues of the intelligence cycle and tells us why its enduring principles continue to drive innovation.

Features

Risks within complex ownership structures

1 September 2017

Hannah Beckett, Sales Manager, AEB (International) Ltd., looks at risks lurking behind complex ownership structures and whether organisations can be sure they are trading in compliance with bans on indirect provisions.

Videos

Defence

DIO helps underpin NATO’s largest exercise in decades

5 April 2024

The Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) has been enabling and supporting Exercise Steadfast Defender 2024, NATO’s largest military exercise since the Cold War.

Defence Events

MoD Sanctuary Awards celebrate sustainability and conservation

21 March 2024

The 33rd annual Ministry of Defence (MoD) Sanctuary Awards held earlier this week, have recognised the outstanding sustainability and conservation efforts across the MoD in the past year.

Defence

NATO DIANA expands network

18 March 2024

NATO Defence Innovation Accelerator for the North Atlantic (DIANA) is significantly expanding its transatlantic network of accelerator sites and test centres - doubling in size to more than 200 affiliated sites - which includes five additional UK test centres.

Defence

MoD releases unseen DragonFire LDEW footage

11 March 2024

The Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) - along with its defence industry partners MBDA, Leonardo and Qinetiq - is publishing ‘never seen before’ declassified footage of the DragonFire Laser Directed Energy Weapon (LDEW) system, in action over the skies of the Hebrides.

Defence

British Army conducts Ajax subarctic trials

8 March 2024

The British Army’s new generation of armoured fighting vehicles, Ajax, has been put through its paces during cold weather trials in Tåme, Sweden.

Advertisement
General Atomics LB General Atomics LB

Events Calendar

Advertisement
DVD HB

May 2024

13 - 15 May 2024
13 - 15 May 2024
21 - 23 May 2024
22 - 23 May 2024

June 2024

5 - 9 June 2024
12 - 13 June 2024
17 - 21 June 2024
25 - 26 June 2024

September 2024

October 2024

16 - 18 October 2024
22 - 26 October 2024
29 - 31 October 2024
30 - 31 October 2024

November 2024

18 - 20 November 2024

December 2024

3 - 5 December 2024

February 2025

17 - 21 February 2025

March 2025

25 - 30 March 2025

May 2025

6 - 8 May 2025
21 - 23 May 2025

June 2025

16 - 22 June 2025

September 2025

9 - 12 September 2025