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Low-weight electronics and detecting explosive devices

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Louise Rushworth.

Are you developing technology that might be applicable to the defence industry?

This could be materials, sensors, medical technologies, cyber and electronics, detection systems, force protection, imaging, clean-technologies such as energy-efficiency.

In this inaugural session we will hear from military users from the Centre for Defence Enterprise about a couple of key problems affecting infantry in areas of conflict, and experts from Marshalls and Cambridge Consultants will then structure the problems to encourage debate around innovative approaches to resolve them. There will be demonstrations of current military equipment and networking with military end users. The image shown is Cambridge Consultants’ Prism ‘through-wall’ radar scanner

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