At the annual NATO Industry Forum, Jens Maaløe sat in on a high-level panel discussing NATO industry engagement.
Every year, NATO Industry Forum brings together top leaders from industry, NATO, national and European institutions, academia and think-tanks to debate how to meet the challenges stemming from the deteriorated security environment. The 2016 Forum is for the first time chaired by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.
At the Forum, Jens Maaløe, President and CEO, Terma, sat in on a high-level panel discussing NATO capability priorities. During the session, he gave his view on NATO industry engagement, how to make sure that technology can meet the demands of future conflicts, and what it takes to drive innovation in today’s security environment.
From left: Jens Maaløe, President & CEO og Terma with Lieutenant General Per Pugholm Olsen, the Danish Military Representative to NATO and EU
“Innovation will be a key driver in meeting the future military capability needs. However, in my view, we will only get to the right level of innovation through transatlantic partnerships, competition, speed, and not least passionate, talented people”, says Jens Maaløe.
Read more about NATO Industry Forum 2016: http://www.act.nato.int/industryforum