China’s investments in and with Canadian universities and companies pose a serious risk to Canada’s security, personal data, research and technology, says Margaret McCuaig-Johnston, a senior fellow at the Institute for Science, Society and Policy at the University of Ottawa, and former executive vice-president of NSERC.
Three maritime research projects led by researchers at the Université du Québec à Rimouski (UQAR) have received more than $3 million in funding through a joint international funding initiative between the Agence nationale de la recherche (ANR) in France and the Fonds de recherche du Québec (FRQ). The projects address issues related to sustainable ocean transport, the effects of…
The Canadian surveillance firm was chosen by Innovation Solutions Canada (ISC) for the Department of Defence (DND) to roll out its multi-sensor platform at Canadian naval bases. Patriot One’s technology sidesteps concerns about AI for facial recognition by relying on other types of data.
“We provide the drones, you detect and defeat them.” That’s the message of the Department of National Defence’s first-ever sandbox project, which seeks demonstration-ready solutions for countering unmanned aerial systems.
The Department of National Defence has awarded two contracts worth a total of $46.2 million to address surveillance challenges in Canada’s North.
The University of New Brunswick received $2.9 million for two defence projects to develop the next-generation sensors and systems for surveillance and detection capabilities for continental defence.