The UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) has announced £22m in funding to support...
- UK MoD announces funding for new army cyber operations centres
- The electronic warfare arms race: new issue of Global Defence Technology
- South African military unmanned aerial vehicles: technological capabilities
- UK Emergency Services Network to suffer further delays, says NAO
- Military camouflage technology: countering thermal imaging
GDMS and Cubic Mission Solutions to deliver encrypted communications
General Dynamics Mission Systems has announced its plans to integrate its small six TACLANE-Nano Type 1 encryptor with Cubic Mission Solutions' DTECH M3X network module stack.
UK MoD announces funding for new army cyber operations centres
The UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) has announced £22m in funding to support the establishment of new British Army cyber operations centres across the country.
The electronic warfare arms race: new issue of Global Defence Technology
In this issue: The US Army’s electronic warfare programme, the future of communications in the field, new rifle techology, how to take down malicious drones, and more.
NCI Agency to release €1.4bn in business opportunities
The Nato Communications and Information (NCI) Agency has announced plans to release €1.4bn in business opportunities over the next 18 months.
PathFinder secures contract from GDMS for US Army Prophet programme
American firm PathFinder Digital has secured a follow-on contract from General Dynamics Mission Systems (GDMS) for the manufacture and delivery of BAT-750 MVSAT terminals for integration and use on the US Army Prophet programme.
PM Consulting wins communications contract from US Army’s CECOM
PM Consulting Group (PMCG) has won a communications contract worth more than $4m from the US Army Communications-Electronics Command (CECOM) Command Group at Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG).
UK’s DASA to host collaboration day for ‘Don’t Blow It’ competition
The UK Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) will organise a collaboration event for its ‘Don’t Blow it’ competition that focuses on mitigating the threat of chemical and biological weapons on the battlefield.
GAO recommends actions for DoD to improve special operations oversight
The US Government Accountability Office (GAO) has found that the Department of Defense (DoD) has not set timeframes for planned actions and has not clearly described the roles and responsibilities of DoD and special operations, which have become key challenges in improving oversight.
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