EP 87: Vanguard weekly round up: latest news and updates
Apr03

EP 87: Vanguard weekly round up: latest news and updates

In this episode of Vanguard Radio, J. Richard Jones joins the show as guest host. He discusses Towed Reelable Active Passive Sonar, (TRAPS) a new program for reservists and Canada’s role in the Iraq mission. All this and more, in this episode of Vanguard Radio.  Thanks for...

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CDA Institute update: An interview with Matthew Overton
Mar28

CDA Institute update: An interview with Matthew Overton

In this episode, J. Richard Jones guest hosts Vanguard radio. He interviews Matthew Overton, Executive Director, Conference of Defence Associations and CDA Institute about the need to understand AI technology and its impact, upcoming events and projects that are being worked on. All this and more, on this episode of Vanguard radio.    About Matthew Overton Matthew Overton served for 39...

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Leveraging Analytics to develop Defence Enterprise Systems for Mission Assurance
Mar20

Leveraging Analytics to develop Defence Enterprise Systems for Mission Assurance

Strong, Secure, Engaged, the new Canadian defence policy, clearly specifies that the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) are required to “achieve excellence” across a wide spectrum of military duties, from protecting Canada and North America, to engaging in peacekeeping, peacemaking, counter-terrorism, cyber, and humanitarian assistance operations, in an increasingly complex and unpredictable world. To achieve this mission, the CAF rely...

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Dashboard: Natural gas as a marine fuel
Mar13

Dashboard: Natural gas as a marine fuel

The debate about using natural gas as a marine fuel began many years ago. Today, with the impending deadline of the new sulphur cap requirement regulating emissions for ships coming into effect in 2020, has seen a push for more alternative forms of fuels. In this dashboard, Andrew Kendrick from Vard Marine Inc. presents an overview of Natural Gas...

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Decarbonization and Marine Propulsion Systems
Feb16

Decarbonization and Marine Propulsion Systems

In 2012, the maritime industry emitted close to 1,000 million tonnes of CO2, which represented about 2.2 per cent of global CO2 emissions. A study by the Danish Shipowner’s Association (DSA) and UCL Energy Institute in 2016 showed that this could rise to 15 per cent by 2050. While the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) believes the industry can improve...

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