Analysis

  • Snapshot: the Spanish defence industry to 2015

    Despite economic woes Spain is still expected to spend almost $60bn on its armed forces between 2010 and 2015. Using detailed iCD Research market data naval-technology.com reports on a growing...

  • Tomorrow’s world for the front line soldier

    The soldier of the future can expect to be equipped with the latest in surveillance, protection and life-saving technology. Army-technology.com uncovers some of the advancements being made as worldwide armies...

  • DSEi: A global showcase

    Major industry players are preparing to rub shoulders at Defence and Security Equipment International in London. We preview highlights of this year's event, including the launch of individual focus areas...

  • Q&A: European Defence Agency

    We talk to Erich Weissenböck and Benjamin Fuchs of the European Defence Agency. They explain how their organisation acts as the catalyst that allows member states to pool their expertise...

  • Q&A: European milsatcom

    Harmonising Europe's milsatcom infrastructure is no mean feat. One must take into account varying requirements of member nations and budget constraints affecting defence procurement. However, commercial satellite technology can help...

  • Open for business: generic vehicle architecture

    The adoption of an interoperable open architecture by the UK MoD will have a profound effect on defence procurement. Gordon Hunt, chief applications engineer at RTI, explains how, with its...

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