NADIC Hacking 4 Allies

Join the webinar Hacking 4 Allies: Pilot Review & Program Outlook on February 23 to learn how the Norwegian Defence Research Establishment (FFI) and Innovation Norway have teamed up with BMNT Inc. to leverage the uniquely allied relationship between the United States and Norway.

 

The webinar features remarks from the Norwegian Ambassador to the United States H.E. Anniken Ramberg Krutnes, Silicon Valley Entrepreneur & Stanford professor Steve Blank, SASC staffer-turned-Pentagon acquisition strategy director-turned-deep-tech investor Ben FitzGerald at Lupa Systems and the Director of Research at FFI Hanne Bjørk. In addition, BMNT’s SVP for Strategy Steve Weinstein will present the CEOs of the four Norwegian technology startups that took part in the pilot program – Alva Industries, Excitus, Fieldmade and UBIQ Aerospace who will share their experiences. The webinar will also look ahead with an update on U.S. DoD modernization priorities from Director of Global Capability Programs at the Office of the Secretary of Defense Col. Corey “Lite’nin” Beaverson, as well as remarks from FFI’s Research Manager for Asymmetric Warfare Torgeir Mørkved on the evolution of H4A and how to get involved in future program cycles.

 

Date: February 23, 2021
Time: 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Location: Online
Fee: Free, Registration Required
Registration: Registration Now Closed
For more information, please contact:
Name: Einar Gustafson
Email: [email protected]
 

Hacking 4 Allies (H4A) is a collaborative innovation program between the Norwegian Defence Research Establishment (FFI), Innovation Norway and BMNT Inc. – supported over the last two years by the Royal Norwegian Embassy and its Defense Attaché Office, the Norwegian General Consulate in San Francisco and the Norwegian-American Defense Industry Council (NADIC). H4A sources problems common to both the U.S. and Norwegian national security and defense, and uses Hacking 4 Defense (H4D) methodology to help Norwegian technology start-ups address these problems. This is achieved through training & coaching, connection with the problem owner (end users), iterative problem-solving techniques, and introductions to relevant investor-, acquisition- and R&D communities in the U.S.


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