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Título: Defence industries and open innovation: ways to increase military capabilities of the Portuguese ground forces
Autores: Reis, ‪João Carlos Gonçalves dos
Melão, Nuno
Costa, Joana
Pernica, Bohuslav
Palavras-chave: GESTÃO
INDÚSTRIA DE DEFESA
INOVAÇÃO
DEFESA MILITAR
DEFESA NACIONAL
MANAGEMENT
DEFENCE INDUSTRY
INNOVATION
MILITARY DEFENSE
NATIONAL DEFENCE
Editora: Routledge Tailor & Francis
Citação: Reis, J, ‪Melão, N., Costa, J., Pernica, B. (2022). Defence industries and open innovation: ways to increase military capabilities of the Portuguese ground forces. DOI: 10.1080/14702436.2022.2033117
Resumo: The European Defence Industry is undergoing profound changes. Industrial activity is now operating on a quintuple helix innovation model with the deep involvement of universities and governments in innovation. In addition, military innovations are being transferred to civil society, with increasing attention paid to the environment. In the first stage, we report on the state-of-the-art of existing research using PRISMA protocol. The PRISMA technique is widely accepted by the academic community for its ability to discover concepts, ideas, and debates about the defence industry. In the second stage, we present a case study involving the Portuguese Defence Industry, for which multiple data collection sources were used to ensure triangulation and corroboration. The results show that, in the light of the quintuple helix innovation model, it was possible to bring applications from theoretical discussion to real life. Moreover, within the scope of the triple helix, it was possible to develop, produce and test military products, allowing to improve the military capacity of ground forces. In the future, ecological concerns will likely increase, so we suggest a greater focus on this area of research. KEYWORDS : Defence industry; open innovation; ground military forces; quintuple helix
Descrição: Defence Studies
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10437/12649
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