The new funding will be available under the Open Collaborative Research and Development competition, which is supported by the Aerospace Technology Institute Programme.
The government said that the implementation of Prüm will enable better co-operation between police forces and law enforcement agencies.
The focus of the tech summit will be on the handling of disclosing digital evidence in criminal cases.
DASA said that the multiplication of data within the military presents a major challenge for operators, but also gives scope for interpreting differing data sets into meaningful information based on which informed and timely decisions can be made.
The vehicle screening projects, which are exploring new approaches to prevent explosives, weapons and other threats hidden in vehicles from accessing the airside of an airport, will be showcased at the event on 13 June 2019.
Defence Secretary Penny Mordaunt announced funding support of £22m for the new cyber operations centres.
The manufacture and design of Gladiator is likely to be wrapped up within two years, with aircrew expected to begin training on the equipment in 2021.
CyberScore also prepares businesses to meet the requirements of Cyber Essentials Plus by automating most of the assessment and certification process.
Createc and Oxford Technologies have previously won funding from NDA’s research portfolio and Innovate UK, as well as several accolades at the NDA’s Supply Chain Awards.
The Home Office and the DfT have announced a funding of £4.5m, which will be available for developers to come up with the next generation of aviation and border security solutions.