First NATO DIANA Challenges launched

DIANA Pilot Challenges are open for applications

The DIANA Challenges seek proposals from deep tech innovators, scientific researchers and companies to solve dual-use challenges on three strategic areas:

  1. Energy Resilience
  2. Secure information sharing
  3. Sensing and surveillance

The call for proposals went live on June 19 and will run until August 25. Innovators who are chosen to join the programme get access to the DIANA accelerators, test centres, mentoring and pathways to market and end-users and will receive a stipend to cover expenses related to the challenge.

The DIANA accelerator in Denmark will in particular focus on companies building solutions based on quantum technologies by giving access to test centres at Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen and BioInnovation Institute (BII) in Copenhagen.

You can join the DIANA network using the new registration portal: Here

Read more about the DIANA Challenges here: DIANA | Challenges

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