We’re proud to be sponsoring the technology zone again at New Scientist Live.
Don’t miss our exhibition where we will be demonstrating cutting-edge defence and security technologies.
We have something for everybody regardless of age, profession or scientific knowledge and guarantee you will learn something new and exciting! Joins us to put your maths and physics skills to the test by working out how GPS finds locations on the ground, or by programming a Sphero ball to complete a path in the quickest time. We are also showcasing research projects from PhD students sponsored by BAE Systems; a ‘smart snake’ reconnaissance system that could support the maintenance and servicing of aircraft; and a demonstration showing how structural vibration could be reduced using acoustic black holes. And, find out more about BAE Systems’ involvement in Team Tempest – the partnership that aims to design and develop a Future Combat Air System.
Employees from across BAE Systems will be on hand to talk about their route into the Company and how they use technology every day at work and recruitment and career specialists will be available to answer questions about opportunities with us.
In addition, two of our technologists are giving must-see talks at New Scientist Live. On Friday 11 October, Ravi Gogna from Applied Intelligence will talk about our work using data analytics to help protect vulnerable children. And on Sunday 13 October, Caitlin Percy from our Air business will discuss Humans vs Robots: who’s going to build the next fast jet?
We hope you can join us.
Visit us in the Technology zone at stand 1711.
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Book your tickets to New Scientist Live, the world’s most exciting festival of ideas for anyone and everyone with a curious mind. The show offers interactive experiences, interesting talks delivered by notable guest speakers, as well as, engaging exhibits to explore.