• Several leaders from academia and industry accept awards for the NCI Agency's Defence Innovation Challenge.
     Several leaders from academia and industry accept awards for the NCI Agency's Defence Innovation Challenge.

NCI Agency Rewards Innovation

April 25, 2017
By Robert K. Ackerman
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Ten organizations receive awards in a technology challenge.


The NATO Communications and Information (NCI) Agency has named 10 innovations as the best of its Defence Innovation Challenge, which is designed to spur new solutions to agency challenges. The agency announced and presented the awards at NITEC 2017 in Ottawa. The winners, representing both industry and academia, are:

Radionor Communications (Norway): Long-range wireless communications: resilient terrestrial long-range or rapidly deployable, scalable IT infrastructure

Larus Technologies Corporation (Canada): Service management automation and analytics

Aditerna GmbH (Germany): Rapidly deployable, scalable IT infrastructure

SpyCloud (USA): Cloud security and service management automation and analytics

• Alessandro Busachi, Cranfield University and Babcock International (United Kingdom): Rapidly deployable, scalable IT infrastructure

Dencrypt A/S (Denmark): Rapidly deployable, scalable IT infrastructure

OMX Inc. (Canada): eProcurement services

SAAB Denmark (Denmark): Secure voice interoperability between multiple security classification levels

Oxford BioChronometrics (United Kingdom): Cybersecurity: sensors, analytics, visualization

iDelft BV (Netherlands): eProcurement services

 

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