A new report commissioned by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) has...
- Digital disruption poses risk to biological weapons control
- A global effort to prevent cyber warfare: new issue of Global Defence Technology out now
- Quantum leap: atomic sensing for the military
- Challenger 2 Life Extension Programme: the battle for tank supremacy
- SCTX 2019 preview: experts talk border security, drones and cyber warfare
Czech Army to buy Mk II missiles for RBS 70 system
Nato Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA) has awarded a contract for the supply of Mk II missiles for the Czech Republic Army’s RBS 70 system.
US Army chooses QNA for CRS(I) small ground robots contract
The US Army has selected QinetiQ North America (QNA) for the supply of its new small ground robots.
Jammer4U’s New Weapon of Choice for Infantry on Terrain
Modern weapons require modern defense, and Jammer4U's wearable anti-drone wearable is the new weapon of choice in the industry. Infantry drone protection becomes easy with our light, handheld personal device, which has the same power as much bigger units.
Digital disruption poses risk to biological weapons control
A new report commissioned by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) has suggested that advancements in emerging technologies, such as artificial intelligence, additive manufacturing (3D printing), and robotics, may lead to increased proliferation of biological weapons.
A global effort to prevent cyber warfare: new issue of Global Defence Technology out now
In this issue: Why we need international collaboration to prevent cyber warfare, how the F-35 could become vulnerable to hacking, solving NATO’s troop mobility issues in Europe, Dstl's new AI system to detect enemy rader, and more.
UK MoD confirms plans to form specialised Gurkha battalion
The UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) has revealed plans to establish the 3rd Battalion Royal Gurkha Rifles as a specialised infantry battalion.
US Government submits $750bn proposal for FY2020 DoD budget
The US Government has submitted a proposal of $750bn for the Department of Defense (DoD) budget for the fiscal year 2020.
Quantum leap: atomic sensing for the military
Quantum sensing promises to revolutionise several areas for the military, from providing highly accurate positioning data to detecting submarines in the world’s oceans. Leading US Army scientists at the forefront of quantum sensing discuss how it could be used in the future and explain the dramatic results that are already being achieved.
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