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Cyber briefings focus on skills shortage, IoT and quantum technologies


Speakers from Frazer-Nash have been invited to give three talks about the cyber skills shortage, the Internet of Things, and quantum tech...

Strathclyde event discusses delivery of naval capability through innovation and collaboration


Experts from Frazer-Nash will be discussing the challenges facing naval system stakeholders, and the benefits that can be realised throug...

Frazer-Nash exhibiting at AVALON 2017


Frazer-Nash experts will be showcasing the company's aerospace capability at the Australian International Aerospace and Defence Expositio...

Frazer-Nash hosting ERCOFTAC event


Frazer-Nash is to host the European Research Community on Flow, Turbulence and Combustion (ERCOFTAC) Oil & Gas event: 'Modelling and ...

Frazer-Nash expertise to be exhibited at Security and Policing event


Frazer-Nash will be demonstrating its wide-ranging security expertise at the Home Office's Security and Policing 2017 event, taking place...

Protecting critical infrastructure from drones: managing the risks


Frazer-Nash's Graeme Anderson and Andrew Chadwick have been developing a greater understanding of how modelling tools can help increase u...



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