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Canadian government seeking proposals in support of Canadian Safety and Security program

The Canadian government is seeking proposals in support of the Canadian Safety and Security Program (CSSP) Call for Proposals, for innovative science and technology (S&T) projects, according to a news release sent by the DND. 187 more words

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Defence scientists in Arctic conduct sonar and robotic experiments

By David Pugliese

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Scientists from Defence Research and Development Canada have been in the Arctic conducting various experiments. They are assessing and the impact that low water temperatures have on the performance of various types of imaging sonars… 481 more words

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Defence Research and Development Canada conducts trials to improve security of mobile networks

DRDC is conducting a series of trials to improve the performance and security of mobile ad hoc networks which aim to enable rapid decision making for dispersed operations. 986 more words

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Launch of Defence Research And Development Canada Satellite Scuttled By Conservative Government Sanctions Against Russia

By David Pugliese

The Conservative government’s hard line on sanctions against Russia has scuttled the launch of a key Canadian military satellite that was to be put into orbit by a Russian rocket. 73 more words

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Defence Research and Development Canada To Study Effects of Weapons Recoil On Soldiers And Their Marksmanship Performance.

This is from the Canadian Army’s web page:

Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC), in collaboration with Canadian industries and with the support of soldiers from the Canadian Army is looking into the effects of weapon recoil on the physical and psychological response of soldiers and their marksmanship performance. 378 more words

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Canadian military testing “stealth” snowmobile

News reports, like this one, that the Canadian military has been conducting Arctic trials of a so-called hybrid, stealth snowmobile, electrified (the) defense analyst… 516 more words

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