4C Strategies and Hadean showcase at IT²EC 2024


The demonstration will focus on a representative crisis scenario unfolding in a NATO partner state, while Blue and Red forces clash.

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London, UK, 8 April 2024: Spatial computing company, Hadean, and 4C Strategies, a leading provider of training readiness and organisational resilience solutions, are set to demonstrate an integration of systems for collective training at IT²EC 2024 in London. The two companies have joined forces to demonstrate an integration of commercial and technical innovation that enables collaboration across, services, and technologies in defence and national governance.

Following the MoU signing at I/ITSEC 2023, the teams have worked together to combine the super-orchestration of Hadean’s AI-powered spatial computing with the data-driven UI of 4C Strategies’ Exonaut. The integration between 4C Strategies and Hadean enables Exonaut to incorporate synthetics into its interface, powered by Hadean. This enables the synchronisation between real-time actions controlled by Exonaut and their consequences in the realistic and dynamic simulations – and vice versa. With its data exploitation tool in place, the augmented Exonaut capability supports evidence-based decision-making and ensures lessons learned from exercises are applied to future training for continuous and effective capability development.

The demonstration at IT²EC 2024 will specifically showcase how a representative crisis in a NATO partner state can unfold while NATO and adversary forces clash. This scenario effectively stretches the local government emergency services’ resources and simulates densely populated areas, reflecting sentiments through heightened social media, including traffic congestion, panic, and unrest.

4C Strategies UK Military Sales Director, Paul Steel, said: “Collaborating with Hadean demonstrates our commitment to be at the forefront of the evolution of training technologies. By combining data-driven training readiness with world leading Generative AI and Large Language Model capabilities we will redefine the transformation of training. Working together we demonstrate the power of SME collaboration through technological innovation and commercial agility ensuring we are able to help prepare soldiers for current and future conflicts.”

Craig Beddis, Co-Founder & CEO at Hadean, said: “Our collaboration with 4C Strategies turbocharges Exonaut’s proven system with Hadean’s AI-driven spatial computing, delivering unparalleled value to users. Created rapidly, this solution exemplifies how agile SMEs can unite to produce essential capabilities swiftly and innovatively.”

To find out more visit 4C Strategies and Hadean representatives at stand C10. Demos will be delivered at 11:00 and 14:00 on Wednesday 10 April.

About 4C Strategies

4C Strategies is a leading global provider of training readiness and organisational resilience solutions for customers in the defence, public and corporate sectors. Our solutions include the Exonaut software platform as well as expert services and software-related services Exonaut complies with the strictest demands on security and data integrity and is accredited by NATO.

From offices in the Nordics, the UK, the US and Australia, we serve over 150 customers, including some of the world’s most high-profile public institutions, global enterprises and several NATO allied armed forces. 4C Strategies was founded in Sweden in 2000, and is headquartered in Stockholm. 4C Strategies’ shares is traded on Nasdaq First North Premier Growth Market, under the ticker “4C”.

For more information please visit: 4cstrategies.com

About Hadean

Hadean is a UK-based spatial computing and AI company that is bridging physical and virtual worlds to modernise the military simulation ecosystem for training, decision-making and strategy. Our technology provides the AI-powered spatial compute infrastructure that integrates allies, domains, systems, and technologies to deliver a single synthetic environment for multi-domain training, decision support, test and evaluation, and wargaming. Our customers and partners include BAE Systems, the UK Ministry of Defence, the British Army, DXC, Microsoft, and Cervus.