Defence and security has become increasingly complex, with things such as the emergence of hybrid warfare, and rapid advance in technologies such as artificial intelligence, robotics, big-data increasing both risks and opportunities.
This complexity requires the involvement of many stakeholders to develop new capabilities. But many stakeholders means many views, which makes it hard to gain buy-in. And no buy-in means slow, or no, progress in development and realisation of new capabilities.
DIEM’s mission is to help those in defence, from the tactical to the strategic levels, make decisions in a way that ensures they gain the buy-in needed to realise the benefits of investments in defence capability.
DIEM has an extensive track record of innovative and effective pre-concept, concept phase and assessment phase research, development, analysis and experimentation. Domains where we have developed decision-making tools and methods include Close-Combat, Network Enabled Capability, Joint Logistics, Air-Defence, End-To-End targeting and Combat Support Services.
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