Learn about the DRDC trial that tested vehicles during Operation NUNALIVUT.
July 7, 2016
We’re committed to making Canada a global innovation leader—and we want to hear from you!
June 23, 2016
Team from University of Waterloo designs innovative antenna technology for M3MSat (Maritime Monitoring and Messaging Microsatellite)
June 22, 2016
Advancing Canada's capabilities to monitor maritime traffic from space
June 22, 2016
Do you have trouble with the daylight saving time change? Just imagine yourself being in months of darkness, or trying to adjust to a 12-hour time change after an overseas flight. Well, research scientists from Defence Research Department Canada (DRDC) have spent several years trying to combat the effects of both.
June 21, 2016
The 2013 train derailment disaster in Lac-Mégantic, Québec, showed the unique challenges first responders face when flammable liquids spill and cause fires. Exercise Vulcan aimed to address some of these challenges through government, first responder and industry expertise and collaboration.
June 15, 2016
Wildfire disaster scenario: New report highlights how new communication technologies improve emergency response
When natural disasters or other emergencies strike near the Canada/U.S. border, it is essential that first responders on both sides can communicate with each other to coordinate an effective response and mitigate as much damage as possible. The CAUSE III experiment explores technologies that support these efforts.
June 1, 2016
Defence Research and Development Canada’s Anthony Damini wins Outstanding Engineer Award from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers for 2016
May 30, 2016
Through an investment of up to $133M over five years in All Domain Situational Awareness (ADSA) S&T, DND will conduct research and analysis to support the development of options for enhanced domain awareness of air, maritime surface and sub-surface approaches to Canada, and in particular those in the Arctic. This research and analysis will be delivered through collaboration with other government departments (OGDs), academia, industry and allies. Surveillance solutions explored will support the Government of Canada’s ability to exercise sovereignty in the North, and will provide a greater whole-of-government awareness of safety and security issues, transportation and commercial activity in Canada’s Arctic.
May 4, 2016
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