Ensuring that nuclear weapons are not used in response to human or technical error,
miscommunication, misinterpretation or misinformation.

Today, more than ever before, nuclear weapons are at risk of being used due to human or technical error, miscommunication, misinterpretation and misinformation. The mission of Open Nuclear Network (ONN) is to reduce the risk of nuclear weapons use through innovation, inclusion and dialogue supported by open-source data. Our team of analysts produce operational insights using non-classified sources, leveraging publicly available data and technology through our Datayo platform, and deploying a network of trusted third parties for data-enabled efforts, to improve dialogue and promote nuclear de-escalation.

For more information on Open Nuclear Network’s initial data gathering efforts, visit Datayo.org or follow Datayo on twitter.

ONN IN THE MEDIA

08/20/2019

Russia Says It Doesn't Have To Share Data On Nuclear Blast, Alarming Observers

08/14/2019

Why Russia Can't Hide Nuclear Accidents Like It Used To

NewYorkTimes
08/11/2019

North Korea Says It Tested New Type Of Missile, Further Enhancing Its Arsenal

BusinessInsider
08/02/2019

Trump calls Kim Jong Un a 'friend' while downplaying North Korean weapons testing

ONN ON TWITTER