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  1. Polaris Alpha takes command and control into new domains
  2. Comtech to deliver sustainment services for US Army’s SNAP terminals
  3. Global Defence Technology: Issue 89
  4. Gremlins are coming: DARPA enters Phase III of its UAV programme
  5. Back to basics: trialling robust USB technology in jungle warfare

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Polaris Alpha takes command and control into new domains

Mission solutions developer Polaris Alpha has developed C2Core, a Multi-Domain Command and Control (MDC2) solution to deliver mission management, strategic assessment, and situational awareness across domains, embracing space and cyber. Berenice Baker spoke to Marcus Featherston, executive vice president of mission solutions at Polaris Alpha, about what the company’s innovative full-spectrum approach offers the warfighter.

Gremlins are coming: DARPA enters Phase III of its UAV programme

The US’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is almost ready to unleash its Gremlins– a swarm of UAVs built to perform multiple tasks from intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR), to the delivery of arms and other essential equipment in high risk areas. Talal Husseini takes a look at the ambitious program.

Rational Solutions in Challenging Situations

The AMA containerised systems are 'self sustained' units designed and manufactured to transport, transfer, dispense and collect a variety of fluids in support to military operations within the field.

Back to basics: trialling robust USB technology in jungle warfare

Keeping sensitive data secure yet still available to soldiers carrying out tactical actions is a challenge in harsh operational environments. Could extreme USBs, based on 'back to basics' hardware, improve command and control? A recent trial, coordinated by the UK Defence Science and Technology Laboratory, suggests so, as Ross Davies reports.

AMA Containerised Systems for Military Operations

The AMA containerised systems are 'self-sustained' units designed and manufactured for transporting, transferring, dispensing and collecting a variety of fluids to support military operations within the field.

Intelligent design: inside France’s €1.5bn AI strategy

France has launched the Man-Machine Teaming study into applying artificial intelligence to combat aircraft, part of a €1.5bn investment strategy aimed at closing the technology gap with the US and China. Julian Turner reports on the global race for supremacy in the sphere of military AI.

A look at the US Navy’s Next Generation Jammer

The US Navy’s Next Generation Jammer, promises a new, more capable electronic warfare system that combines agile, high-power beam-jamming techniques and state-of-the-art solid-state electronics. Dr Gareth Evans takes a closer look.

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