Satellite

Satellite

photo illus. satellite by Pixabay

Nowadays, space is seeing an increase in investments by governments, corporations, and researchers to develop new space technologies as well as upgrade existing systems...

With unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) representing a rapidly expanding user base, a new UAV is joinging the ranks of the Navigation Laboratory of the...
Photo illustration airport by PIXABAY

Weather conditions such as fog and low stratus clouds over airports are responsible for severe flight delays translating into heavy costs for airlines. Determining...
offshore security

The use of satellites has long been the preferred choice for gathering geospatial data for agriculture, forestry, infrastructure, and construction projects. But despite the...
gps-denied zone

The distributed nature of operations military forces will likely be engaged in in the future requires flexible, resilient, and robust communications where units will...

The development and manufacturing of systems for the defense and aerospace fields pose challenges that require both expertise and creativity to come up with...
missile

Space is seen more and more as a new military frontier, and rival countries are investing heavy resources in space technology.  Military satellites give the...
photo illus. satellite by Pixabay

The proliferation of electronic devices designed to interfere with Global Positioning System signals is a problem for the Pentagon and for many industries that...
September 11

Satellites have played an important role in disaster monitoring from space since the 9/11 terrorist attacks which resulted in the loss of life of...

New technology is expected to advance cloud computing capabilities in the low earth orbit (LEO). Objects in low-earth orbit are at an altitude of...

Understanding the severity and distribution of a fire within a forest can assist with estimating and modeling future forest fires. Unmanned aerial vehicle LiDAR...
satellite

Open innovation methodology to encourage technological diversity and entrepreneurship at Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI). The company has developed an innovative system for operating and...
satellite information

Thanks to their ability to take pictures and send video from a privileged position of remote locations, unmanned aerial vehicles are well suited for...

US Armed Forces (USAF) are pursuing tactical-level electronic warfare (EW) support capabilities from space. This is in part as a result of an ongoing...
satellite information

Access to information will be critical in the future operating environment. A new line of military tactical Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) satellites will...
gps-denied

Position and timing signals from global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) such as GPS, Galileo, GLONASS and Beidou have become the primary source of navigation...
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Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology in the military market is estimated at $6.3 billion in 2020 and is projected to reach $11.6 billion by 2025,...
space training

The US Space Force is using virtual reality (VR) headsets to launch satellite mission operators into places they’ve never been before. The platform lets...
Photo illus. Army Medicine Flickr

Accurate positioning, navigation, and timing (PNT) is necessary for the functioning of many critical infrastructure sectors. Precision timing is particularly important and is primarily...
target detection

In an age of big data, operational systems’ operators are grappling with information influx. Integrating operational scenarios and automated tools with high reliability will...

Satellite delivery is usually carried out by a ground-based rocket, which is expensive and time-consuming to launch. The new Ravn X drone for autonomous...

Many of today's missile-defense systems are not able to track and kill hypersonic weapons, which are designed to outmaneuver contemporary detection systems through speed...