Hackers are deploying machine learning techniques to create malware that constantly changes to...
- Australia invests in counter-IED technology development
- Report: Global military cybersecurity market to reach $13.8bn by 2027
- Sifting strains to understand the threat of military targeted malware
- Soldier en route: the technology saving lives on the way to hospital
- Airbus and partners to supply active digital map for French Armed Forces
Subsystems for Space Applications
AMPL has a dedicated RF and Microwave design center for the space group with experienced design engineers. AMPL has multiple AWR stations for design of high-end RF and Microwave circuits. For EM simulation, Momentum/Axim software is utilized.
Australia invests in counter-IED technology development
The Australian Department of Defence (DoD) has contracted local company RingIR to develop counter-improvised explosive device (IED) technology.
Report: Global military cybersecurity market to reach $13.8bn by 2027
The global military cybersecurity market is expected to reach $13.8bn in value by 2027, according to a report by Strategic Defence Intelligence (SDI).
Environmental, EMI/EMC Test Facilities and Laser Welding
Laser welding is performed in an inert gas atmosphere using Argon and can provide spot, stitch and continuous hermetic (vacuum tight) weld in pulsed operation mode in a glove box.
Sifting strains to understand the threat of military targeted malware
Hackers are deploying machine learning techniques to create malware that constantly changes to avoid detection, and future malware strains could – it has been suggested – even develop sentient properties to keep them one step ahead. Claire Apthorp spoke to Airbus Cyber Security to find out more about the recent strains of malware they’ve been dealing with, and to hear how the threat to communications infrastructure is harming military readiness.
Drones and Energy-Efficiency
Looking at the drone industry today, there is an obvious trend towards multi-rotors being used for increasingly diverse types of workload. We also see how multi-rotors represent a significant share of the market.
Soldier en route: the technology saving lives on the way to hospital
Soldiers today have the best survival rates in the history of warfare, but, of those who don’t make it, 90% die on the battlefield before reaching hospital. Dr Gareth Evans finds out about the technological advances making the crucial difference en route to hospital.
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