Reconnaissance

Reconnaissance

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China reportedly intends to improve the data security of its industrial sector in order to effectively contain any “major risks,” a process that is...
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The US military is reportedly considering developing acoustic sensors to counter drone threats inspired by Ukrainian prototypes used to find and track Russian drones....
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Chinese researchers have reportedly developed a new “game-changer” military surveillance technology- an AI-enabled signal intelligence device. South China Morning Post reports that with this technology,...
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Smartphone ambient light sensors are used to automatically adjust screen brightness, but researchers reveal that they can be turned into cameras and used to...
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The Evolution Eagle is a revolutionary covert drone that looks like a bird of prey. Guard From Above is a Dutch company known for its...
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Recent regional space developments include Japan’s new “information-gathering” satellite, South Korea's spy satellite launched by SpaceX and North Korea's recent surveillance satellite deployment. Japan's Information-Gathering...
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Chinese scientists claim to have developed a new passive bistatic radar that can track commercial ships at sea by "borrowing" external radar emitters. The scientists...
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The US Military is prototyping a High Accuracy Detection and Exploitation System (HADES), which will be developed on a Bombardier Global 6500 jet aircraft. This...
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Chinese scientists developed an affordable and highly sensitive version of a Superconducting Quantum Interference Device (SQUID), according to research published in late 2023. SQUIDs are...
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Boeing has delivered its first "Orca" Extra Large Uncrewed Undersea Vehicle to the US Navy. The Orca is the first of a new class...
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Sometimes scientists struggling with innovation find the perfect solution right under their noses- in nature. Following is a selection of innovative nature-based technology, provided...
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Chinese scientists developed a new device called the “Golden Veil” that deceives air defense systems by disguising cruise missiles as large aircraft (like jetliners),...
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Armies worldwide use various automated machines for military purposes, combat, cargo, intelligence gathering, and much more. The following are 10 of the world’s most...
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Nano spy helicopters are seemingly besting the war of drones over the skies of Ukraine. Called Black Hornets, these small drones can fly unheard...
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The Royal New Zealand Navy will soon receive its first 6.8-meter renewable-powered Uncrewed Surface Vessel (USV) for trial. Called "Bluebottle," it is meant to provide persistent...
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AUKUS member countries (the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia) revealed they mean to use advanced AI to find and track Chinese submarines. Defense...
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American defense company “Anduril Industries” has signed with a US customer on a new subsonic VTOL drone that can be used for surveillance missions...
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There is a growing development and deployment of AI-controlled drones that can autonomously select and attack human targets. The US is reportedly developing a...
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Researchers in China made UAVs communicate via “group chats” to discuss and assign work to one another, much like human teams. The research was done...
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Kraken Technology Group and L3Harris have announced an official collaboration to advance the K40 MANTA USSV, with an expected 10 days of autonomous operations...
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There is a worldwide growing significance in modern maritime security of drone submarines, also called "uncrewed underwater vehicles" (UUVs). These UUVs are becoming increasingly...
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Nowadays, most military spying is conducted by satellites in space, but there’s a surprisingly slow new kid on the block that might change the...