SensusQ material archive

SensusQ is pleased to provide here a series of articles, research papers, and problem vignettes. For more specific product or investment information please contact or Follow us on LinkedIn for the latest news and updates.

Defining the problem image

Decision making challenges in military, police, and law enforcement - defining the problem

Sun Sep 12 2021

We live in the age of technology and information. We have more devices, processing power, data, ways and means than ever before to process and analyse data, but decision making often still fails in critical moments due to a lack of context of the situation and environment in which we operate.

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SensusQ operations update 2021

Tue Sep 07 2021

SensusQ is pleased to provide its operations update for 2021. Key achievements include further cooperation with GDMS and an exercise with the British forces deployed in Estonia (OPCABRIT).

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Operations update 2021
Information differences

Information Advantage, Operations, Activities, Information everything – what’s the difference

Mon Jan 14 2022

In this article we explore the development of doctrines surrounding Information Advantage & Information operations. Exploring how these doctrines work with new technologies and human processes and how this impacts development at SensusQ.

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From disinformation and ‘doomscrolling’ to intelligence collection

Tue Mar 15 2022

In this article we explore how Information Operations achieve Information Advantage and secure Information Dominance. Also examining how new technologies are required to fully exploit multi-source intelligence flows in real time operations.

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Disinformation to doomscrolling to intelligence collection
OSINT in Russian invasion of Ukraine

OSINT in the Russian invasion of Ukraine

Wed Mar 15 2022

In this article we explore social media on the battlefield and look at how social media is impacting OSINT operations. We also look at how in a conflict, governments address the threat of social media platforms owned by foreign governments who may not share common interests with the population of their users.

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