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multifunction payloads

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Today, unmanned aerial systems (UAS) typically require multiple payloads with dedicated components, including antennas, radio frequency (RF) circuitry, and processors, to conduct communications, radar,...
electronic warfare

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  In the electronic warfare sphere, it isn’t enough to get the best systems, you also have to know how to use them effectively and...
satellite communication

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A new lightweight, multi-frequency, mobile satellite communication terminal was unveiled, designed for dismounted units who are unable to maintain line-of-sight connectivity. Built from composite...
big data

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Some 90% of the data available today has been created in only a few years. From devices at the edge to large data centers,...
screening

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The U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will evaluate a new personal electronics scanner, the MobiLab ES, which is the only inspection system that effectively...
electronic warfare

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More electronic warfare (EW) technologies have emerged as a counter unmanned aerial systems weapon. Recently, Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) successfully showcased its SkyCAP counter...
Stinger

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During a recent US Army test, a pair of Raytheon Stinger anti-air missiles equipped with new proximity fuzes intercepted two small unmanned airborne systems—an...
UUVs

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A Mechanically Based Antenna (AMEBA) will provide means of communication and collaboration to unmanned underwater vehicles (UUVs). The solution which will enter the early...
US air force

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The US Air Force is looking for a personal voice assistant for its Air Operations and Combined Air Operations Centers. Would the Air Force...
information gathering

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A new information gathering technology will be used for the first time with US Navy unmanned vehicle systems to improve how information is gathered...
special forces

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US special forces will receive a DARPA Pentagon-financed development, a new bike called the SilentHawk stealth motorcycle. As reported on drivespark.com, the concept was...
UAV market

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By ARIE EGOZI Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have become a very important item in the defense shopping lists of countries around the world. The number of...
sensor system

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  A virtual wall using computer technology and thousands of portable sensors is offered as a solution for stopping illegal immigration and drug smuggling along...
vr

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As virtual reality (VR) technology becomes less expensive and delivers a more realistic, immersive experience, some national security experts warn that it is only...
submarine

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Innovation in the field of nuclear suit development. Machinist Nathan Lindner tested the newest suit designed to protect sailors from steam leaks on nuclear-powered...
UAV

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  Scientists and engineers from the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) presented 16 technology research projects in various stages of maturity during the second biennial...
UAV traffic

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Reno-Stead Airport’s future is looking upward, to the world of drones. Recently, members of the media were invited to see the latest technologies NASA...
AR headset

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The newly unveiled Tactical Augmented Reality (TAR) headsets aim to give soldiers “situational awareness,” making it possible to map and locate targets or talk...
airports

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Manufacturers of airport security equipment may have a solution for travelers who fear they will have to give up laptops and tablet computers on...
emergency response

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A new technology searches the Twitter firehose for emergency situations throughout New York City, and channels news alerts to first responders. The system introduced...

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