Addressing the challenges non-traditional partners and SMEs face when providing technologies for defence

Addressing the challenges non-traditional partners and SMEs face when providing technologies for defence

As the defence sector aims to become more digitalised, automated and agile it is increasingly turning to non-traditional defence partners and SMEs to bridge the technology gap in defence supply. Ahead of the Disruptive Technology for Defence Transformation conference we sat down with Stuart Young, Head of Cranfield University’s Centre for Defence Acquisition to discuss driving innovation and technology advancements through non-traditional partnerships.


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