FRONTLINE INNOVATION ARTICLES

HEALTH INNOVATION
(2019,
issue 3a)

Two companies have joined to create and implement a solution that can help prevent unnecessary amputations for veterans, the elderly, diabetics, and other wound victims. This emerging wound care therapy heals limbs previously scheduled for amputation, but is not yet approved for Canada.

MISSION CRITICAL SERVICES
(2019,
issue 3a)

With a support network spanning six continents, Babcock is a recognized leader in the delivery of engineering support ­solutions in the Marine and Aviation sectors, particularly for mission critical services.

RESEARCHERS
(2019,
issue 3a)

Researchers at Carleton University are leading the way on examining the associations of human behaviour in an effort to reduce health compromising behaviours. Other researchers are seeking to understand the mechanisms that control the movement of metal contaminants in groundwater, soils and sediment to offer better protection of groundwater.

RADAR INNOVATIONS
(2019,
issue 3a)

Canadian innovation leads to developing the world’s largest Polar Over The Horizon HF Radar system (P-OTHR).

HYBRID CAPACITORS
(2019,
issue 3a)

This hybrid capacitor technology saves weight with increased operating life, low ESR, and high current handling capability.

SIMULATION ADVANCEMENTS
(2019,
issue 3a)

Knowing that a serious event can result in the loss of millions of dollar in assets, it’s no wonder that planning and strategizing for disaster recovery and resumption of operations (a.k.a. business continuity), are of crucial importance for any organization – and when it comes to the military, failure at any level can result in far graver consequences.

12th ANNUAL STUDENT UAS COMPETITION
(2019,
issue 3a)

This competition is designed to promote and develop Canadian expertise and experience in unmanned systems technologies at the university and college levels. This year's challenge relates to sending emergency medial supplies to remote communities. Registration closes on 8 November 2019.

A FRONTLINE REPORT
(2019,
issue 3)

For this year's selection of Top Global Innovators, FrontLine has gathered a select group of ­organizations that take their Public Safety, Defence and National Security innovative priorities ­seriously. Contact us today for ­inclusion in our Fall 2020 edition.

(2019,
issue 1)

The R9B Innovation Hub being featured at CANSEC 2019, is a platform to celebrate innovative products and services that are designed to help keep Canadians safe and secure, domestically and abroad.

(2019,

Four Canadian universities have received Department of National funding for proposals under the Innovation for Defence Excellence and Security (IDEaS) program. The initial support focuses on emerging and advanced materials, including advanced manufacturing methods, for defence and security applications.

SECURITY INNOVATORS
(2018,
issue 7)

Cutting edge exhibition designs turn heads and attract traffic. This award-winning company can make your next trade event a show-stopper.

SECURITY INNOVATORS
(2018,
issue 7)

A global leader in the delivery of end-to-end managed clothing solutions, Logistik has been at the forefront of providing advanced military apparel for more than two decades.

SECURITY INNOVATORS
(2018,
issue 7)

The world’s fourth industrial revolution is looming, and despite the potential for disruption, Thales believes that technology can make the world a safer place.

SECURITY INNOVATORS
(2018,
issue 7)

Innovative technologies and solutions from Prod360 provide peace of mind to military and first responder organizations responsible for public safety and security.

(2018,
issue 6)
FLIP 2018

For our first edition of top global innovators, FrontLine has gathered a select group of ­organizations that take their innovative priorities ­seriously. From artistic design to advanced materials to cutting-edge technologies and imaginative research, you will no doubt hear more from these companies in the future. Contact us today for ­inclusion in our Fall 2019 edition.

(2018,

Applications for a competition to develop artificial intelligence (AI) technology that will enable an autonomous drone to win a race against a pilot-operated drone opened today. Applications are being accepted until 28 Feb 2019, and teams will be competing for more than U$2 million in prizes from the Lockheed Martin competition.

(2017,
issue 3)
BY CHRIS THATCHER

Quantum computing can disrupt the security of network architecture.

(2017,

International aerospace and defence engineering group Meggitt PLC has secured a £3.7 million grant for R&D of next-generation aerospace engines. Provided through the UK govt Aerospace Technology Institute programme, the grant will be matched by a consortium of business partners.