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TOP SECURITY INNOVATORS
(2018,
issue 76)
BY FRONTLINE

For our first edition of Top Global Innovators, FrontLine has gathered a select group of ­organizations that take their innovative priorities ­seriously. From artistic design to advanced materials to cutting-edge technologies and imaginative research, you will no doubt hear more from these companies in the future. Contact us today for ­inclusion in our Fall 2019 edition.

SECURITY INNOVATORS
(2018,
issue 7)
BY FRONTLINE

A global leader in the delivery of end-to-end managed clothing solutions, Logistik has been at the forefront of providing advanced military apparel for more than two decades.

SECURITY INNOVATORS
(2018,
issue 7)
BY FRONTLINE

The world’s fourth industrial revolution is looming, and despite the potential for disruption, Thales believes that technology can make the world a safer place.

TOP SECURITY INNOVATORS
(2018,
issue 7)
BY FRONTLINE

Innovative technologies and solutions from Prod360 provide peace of mind to military and first responder organizations responsible for public safety and security.

(2018,
issue 3)
BY ADRIAN OBST

DND’s Innovation for Defence Excellence and Security (IDEaS) program has been rolled out. It all starts with an unsolved challenge from DND, and seeks “innovative” solutions from industry.

Cutting edge aerospace and marine solutions
(2017,
issue 5)

As a result of Canada's Arctic Offshore Patrol Ships program requirements, a team of engineers, scientists and technicians from Toronto-based Nanowave Technologies are working on innovative solutions for some of the world’s top defence and aerospace platforms and companies.

(2017,
issue 3)

Quantum computing can disrupt the security of network architecture.

Defence Capability Leaders
(2016,
issue 0)

Special image capture technologies designed for situations with extremely low ambient light levels.

Defence Capability Leaders
(2016,
issue 0)

With a reputation for innovation and excellence, CMC designs, manufactures and supports electronics products for the aviation market.

(2015,
issue 3)
BY ROBBIN LAIRD

The case of the Airbus A400M. The tragic crash of an A400M during test flight, reminds us of how risky the introduction of new systems can be. An April tour of the Airbus facilities in Spain helps put risk and the drive to perfect into perspective.

(2014,
issue 4)
BY ROBBIN LAIRD

Sustaining reach is a key operational objective for effective air power.

(2014,
issue 4)
BY ROBBIN LAIRD

America-class amphibious assault ships incorporate a number of visionary innovations.

(2014,
issue 3)
BY ROBBIN LAIRD

The vastness of the Pacific region exemplifies the need for, and amplifies the challenges of cooperation.

(2014,
issue 3)
BY KEN POLE

Gyroscopically-stabilized equipment produces surveillance imagery for diverse requirements – from environmental to military surveillance.

(2014,
issue 3)
BY KEN POLE

Modern technologies enable ground forces to not only secure that information but also integrate it into useful intelligence for timely response.

(2014,
issue 2)
BY ROBBIN LAIRD

A recent RAAF-sponsored Air Power conference examined the evolving Aussie air combat approach.

(2014,
issue 2)

Cassidian Optronics, DRS, Eurofighter Typhoon, General Dynamics Canada, General Dynamics Land Systems, L-3 MAPPS, Millennium Space Systems, NovAtel, Raytheon Canada, Textron Simulation & Training, Rheinmetall Canada.

(2014,
issue 1)

The government’s new Space Policy Framework, which will serve as a guide for the Canadian space program’s future priorities and activities.

(2013,
issue 6)

Scientists work to improve methods of detecting and decon­taminating ricin.

(2013,
issue 6)

The ESA will fund a commercial internet gateway.

(2013,
issue 5)
BY ROBBIN LAIRD

For JSF pilots, increased situational awareness brings new combat options.

(2013,
issue 5)

Intriguing advances in technology and its applications are constantly changing battlefields worldwide.

(2013,
issue 4)

Canadian troops report for business transitioning.

(2013,
issue 3)
BY MARK HALINATY

The Thales Canada winning formula includes a willingness to invest in success.

(2013,
issue 1)
BY ROBBIN LAIRD

From troubled program to transformation reality, the Osprey has emerged to offer astoundingly flexible capabilities. Are new capabilities and proven frontline performance worth the price?

(2013,
issue 1)
BY ROBERT WILSEY

New frontline fighters have revolutionized basic & advanced military flying training. With flight time so expensive, the call goes out for a new generation of Trainers.

(2011,
issue 2)
BY GORDAN E. VAN HOOK

Holistic energy management is proving ­successful for commercial fleets and can effectively cut costs for navies.

(2008,
issue 4)

Combat doctors are finding innovative methods that work. Can some of those lessons from the battlefield be translated to civilian care?