NATO has revealed a serious new report taking a look at defence expertise tendencies over the following 20 years and their impression on our collective safety. The report targets leaders and opinion-makers within the defence and safety sector, in addition to consultants searching for insights into particular applied sciences.
Launching the Report, NATO Deputy Secretary Normal Mircea Geoană mentioned: “This report is a glimpse into the way forward for defence. It can information analysis at NATO and our Allies, to make sure that we keep our innovative expertise within the years forward”.
The report “Science & Expertise Traits: 2020-2040” has been produced by the NATO Science and Expertise Group and attracts upon insights of some 6000 scientists, engineers and analysts in NATO’s collaborative community. It gives an evaluation of the rising and disruptive applied sciences endorsed by NATO Heads of State and Authorities at their assembly in London final December, similar to Huge Knowledge, Synthetic Intelligence, robotics, area and bio expertise and hypersonic weapons. The report explains why these applied sciences are necessary to the Alliance and the way they could develop over the following 20 years.
For over 70 years, NATO has stayed on the forefront of expertise to make sure the defence of its Allies and the success of its operations. The NATO Science and Expertise Group helps the Alliance to take care of its benefit on this space by producing, sharing and utilising superior scientific information, technological developments and innovation.