January 18 - 2013 - EDGE Knowledge Management System (KMS) 2.0 Releasing to Members
EDGE KMS 2.0 is a user-friendly web-based tool for industry, academia, non-profit EDGE members and government participants to find information and documents on EDGE member organizations, government needs and Calls for Innovation (CFIs) enhancing the EDGE process of matchmaking.
August 9, 2012 - The Road to Arctic Sovereignty: An EDGE Leadership Discussion
The Canadian North presents challenges as vast and as varied as the land itself. Seemingly measureless distance and extreme weather that test human limits are just two factors that challenge the country’s ability to develop and protect the Arctic.
July 9, 2012 - New EDGE Center Opens In Texas to Equip Soldiers at the Speed of Innovation
The EDGE® Innovation Network opened its 12th Innovation Center on May 24, at Fort Bliss, Texas. Fort Bliss and the surrounding White Sands community are the locations for ongoing Network Integration Evaluations, or NIEs, a key part of the U.S. Army’s transformational “Agile Process” — a process that ensures that the Army can keep pace with rapid technology maturation and provide operational validation of these solutions.
June 1, 2012 - EDGE Project Focused on Providing Energy Efficient, Self-Contained Outposts
At any given time, the U.S. Military operates more than 100 patrol bases and combat outposts in remote areas throughout Afghanistan. Depending on location and accessibility, ground vehicle convoys, aircraft, or helicopters must make resupply deliveries to keep those bases and outposts stocked with the fuel and other supplies needed. Such missions are not only costly but put the resupply personnel at great risk.
May 22, 2012 - First EDGE Event in Ottawa Connects Public Safety Leaders
The EDGE Innovation Centre in Ottawa held a Public Safety Leadership Discussion in April to explore the issues facing first responders and to work together to find potential solutions to increase collaboration and response time during emergencies. It was the first event held at the Ottawa facility and was heavily attended by leaders from industry, public safety and security organizations, and academia.
May 17, 2012 - New Fort Bliss EDGE Innovation Center
New Fort Bliss EDGE Innovation Center to deliver mission-enhancing technologies and capabilities to soldiers. The new EDGE Innovation Center to focus on improving soldier readiness with command, control and communications tools and supporting the U.S. Army’s key modernization objectives.
March 6, 2012 - Living Lab’ for Innovative Border and Homeland Security Solutions
The General Dynamics C4 Systems-sponsored EDGE® Innovation Network and Arizona State University (ASU) have agreed to extend the existing Fed/Civ EDGE Innovation Center to the university’s Polytechnic Campus. The new and unique collaborative environment enables government personnel to work directly with academia and industry to study and propose solutions to some of the most pressing border and homeland security challenges. In addition to the facility, a four-acre “living laboratory” will be available to test and evaluate ideas and proposed solutions in realistic outdoor conditions.
September 15, 2011 - New EDGE Innovation Center for Emergency Informatics Opens at Texas A&M
Speeding next-generation capabilities and systems to first responders and emergency workers worldwide is the vision of the Emergency Informatics EDGE Innovation Center (EIC), which recently held its grand opening at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas. The 10th center to open as part of the EDGE Innovation Network, the Emergency Informatics Center is the first center to be located on, and managed by, a university. The Center is located in Room 333 of the H.R. Bright Building on Texas A&M’s main campus.