New agreement brings hope for rhinos

A pilot project to save Africa’s rhinos from poachers has been run in the Ngulia Rhino Sanctuary, led by Fredrik Gustafsson, professor in sensor informatics, and the Security Link research programme at Linköping University. A continuation of the project has now been secured, when a three-year collaboration agreement, with the possibility of extension, was signed this summer by the Kenya Wildlife Service and Linköping University.

 

Link to article at Linköping University webpage: https://liu.se/en/news-item/nytt-avtal-ger-hopp-for-fler-noshorningar

Swedish Minister for Defence visited FOI in Linköping

On February 7, Swedish Minister for Defence, Peter Hultqvist visited FOI, Swedish Defence Research Agency in Linköping. FOI demonstrated and presented its research in command and control, including sensor systems, electronic warfare and cyber.

 

Link to interview in Swedish Radio Östergötland (in Swedish): http://sverigesradio.se/sida/artikel.aspx?programid=160&artikel=6881448

Link to article on the website of the Swedish Government (in Swedish): http://www.regeringen.se/artiklar/2018/02/peter-hultqvist-besokte-foi-i-linkoping/

Researcher Interviews from TAMSEC 2017.

Video recordings from TAMSEC 2017 and Mötesplats Samhällsäkerhet: Listen to Security Link-associated researchers giving their view about TAMSEC 2017.

 

 

Fredrik Gustafsson, Director Security Link

 

Peter Stenumgaard, FOI-the Swedish Defense Research Agency:

 

Erik G Larsson, Linköping University and Panos Papadimitratos, Royal Institute of Technology:

 

Gustaf Hendeby, Linköping University:

 

Fredrik Gustafsson, Director Security Link, about the project Ngulia:

 

Christina Grönwall, Director graduate school Forum Securitatis:

 

Olle Abrahamsson, Linköping University:

 

Erik G Larsson, Linköping University and Carl-Oscar Jonsson, Katastrofmedicinskt Centrum (KMC)