The NATO Communications and Information Agency (NCI Agency) has released the latest edition of its NATO Innovation and Technology (NITECH) magazine.
This issue delves into the NCI Agency's innovation journey, diving into NATO's digital transformation, showcasing disruptive technologies and solutions, and offering curated articles and in-depth interviews with industry leaders and NATO and national experts.
"Working at NATO's technological frontier and as enablers of Alliance interoperability, the NCI Agency has adapted and prepared to ensure the seamless integration of these changes," NCI Agency General Manager Ludwig Decamps expresses in his foreword.
As NATO enters into a new technological era, we too embark on a journey of innovation. This latest edition, features articles from NATO officials with transformative insights and analysis. NATO Chief Information Officer Manfred Boudreaux-Dehmer reflects on the role innovative technologies have in shaping NATO's digital transformation. David Van Weel, NATO Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges conveys the urgency to engage with emerging and disruptive technologies (EDTs). NATO Allied Command Transformation (ACT) Digital Transformation Champion and Special Advisor, Brigadier General Didier Polomé, explains how innovative technologies are being implemented to produce solutions to the technological challenges NATO faces.
Providing a national point of view, the United Kingdom's Secretary of State for Defence Ben Wallace and the Netherlands Minister of Defence Kajsa Ollongren highlight the need for deeper collaboration between the defence and civil sector.
There are plenty more must-read articles from NCI Agency experts exploring topics such as how integrating women into technology disciplines amplifies the potential for innovation and creative solutions and how NATO is promoting gender equality in male-dominated fields.
You can download and read the free magazine on Issuu here.