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CADSI partners to bring you the Canadian Security Materials Technology Roadmap workshop - 23-24 November 2015, Ottawa
The Security Materials Technology Roadmap (SMTRM) is designed to foster development of innovative products and systems to meet future market demands. Working with industry across the value chain, from constituents to end product systems, the SMTRM aims to accelerate innovation, competitiveness and productivity in the security materials technology sector. By identifying future market demands, and the critical technologies that will be required to meet those demands, the SMTRM will help align, plan and coordinate technology development opportunities for industry, and target R&D investments.
This is a unique opportunity to influence the R&D investment decisions in body armour and vehicle armour design.
The workshop event on 23-24 November will be comprised of briefings from select leaders in security materials technologies in Canada and internationally, and a concentrated audience of security materials companies, researchers, engineers and government decision-makers.
Click here for further details including how you can request to participate. Note, space is limited at this workshop.
CADSI is a partner in this initiative, along with DRDC and the NRC.
The Canadian Association of Defence and Security Industries is a not-for-profit national business association that represents Canadian defence and security industries. The Association represents more than 1,000 member companies selling to defence and public security markets. The industries employ more than 109,000 Canadians and generate $12.6 billion in annual revenues, roughly 50 per cent of which comes from international sales. CADSI member companies are of all sizes and offer a wide spectrum of goods and services to their customers, and to business partners in Canada, the United States, and internationally. To learn more, visit: www.defenceandsecurity.ca and follow us on Twitter @CadsiCanada.
Last Modified 2015-11-20 13:55