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Big Data for Defence Conference 26-27 June - 20% Discount on Standard Rate for TD-Info members

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Big Data for Defence Conference 26-27 June - 20% Discount on Standard Rate for TD-Info members

Big Data for Defence Conference – 20% Discount for TD-Info members26 – 27 June 2019 – London with workshop on 25th

TD-info are pleased to announce the opportunity for its members to gain a 20% discount on the standard rates for the Big Data for Defence Conference, taking place in London on 26-27 June 2019, organised by IQPC. There is a related workshop on 25th June too.

NB: Code for TD-Info member discount - download this document

This conference has presentations and representation from senior international defence figures, including from the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD), as well as from the USA, France, Germany, Sweden, Denmark and NATO.

Click here to download a copy of the Conference Programme.


Get a copy of the Big Data for Defence: 2019 Trends Report

This 2019 Trends Report on Big Data for Defence, produced by Defence IQ, forms part of the Big Data for Defence Summit

The potential applications of big data, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and other emerging technologies in the defence sector are vast. There is an increased focus by governments to develop, implement and use these technologies in their armed forces.

Defence IQ compiled a trends report outlining the current investments and programmes of Defence Ministries from across the globe. Learn how they have developed, implemented and applied big data, artificial intelligence and emerging technologies in their Armed Forces. At the Big Data for Defence Event, representatives from these nations will share their insights.

Use this link to download the Defence IQ Report on the global trends in big data and artificial intelligence for the defence industry. This information in this Report can help benchmark your big data activities against the trends and current programmes.

Learn from:

  • The UK Royal Navy’s Project NELSON and presentations on Big Data from the Army and JHub
  • Denmark’s DKK1.4 billion investment in cyber defence from 2018 until 2023
  • The French Government’s ARTEMIS project
  • The German Government’s €3 billion investment in R&D for AI until 2025
  • And more…

NB: French Ministry of Defence, NATO and the British Army have confirmed their participation

Added: 6th June 2019