After seven years of research, a scientist at the UK's Defence, Science and...
- Saab to deliver additional anti-armour AT4CS RS weapons to US Army
- Booz Allen wins task order for US Army’s soldier protective equipment
- Blast-proof pants remain effective even after cement mixer wash
- Back to basics: trialling robust USB technology in jungle warfare
- Thales launches Sophie Ultima camera to enhance night-time combat
Saab to deliver additional anti-armour AT4CS RS weapons to US Army
The US Army has awarded a new order to Saab for the delivery of an additional shoulder-launched AT4 confined space reduced sensitivity (AT4CS RS) system.
Booz Allen wins task order for US Army’s soldier protective equipment
Information technology consulting company Booz Allen Hamilton has secured a task order worth $43m to help the US Army Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center (NSRDEC) improve protective equipment for the soldiers.
June’s top news stories
Northrop Grumman completed the acquisition of Orbital ATK for $9.2bn, Google decided to stop continuing the artificial intelligence (AI) work for the Pentagon and the US suspended its plan to conduct Exercise Ulchi Freedom Guardian with South Korea. Army-Technology.com wraps up the key stories from June 2018.
MyDefence launches new wearable PITBULL counter UAS system
Danish company MyDefence has launched the next-generation wearable counter unmanned aircraft system (UAS) solution that uses smart jamming techniques to defeat enemy drones.
Blast-proof pants remain effective even after cement mixer wash
After seven years of research, a scientist at the UK's Defence, Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) has found ‘bomb-proof’ pants worn by troops on the frontline survive even the most vigorous laundering–using a cement mixer.
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.
US Army plans to upgrade long-range precision fire capabilities
The US Army Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center (ARDEC), PEO Ammunition and the Army Rapid Capabilities Office have collaborated to improve long-range precision fires.
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.
US Army awards $391m contract to L3 for ENVG-B goggles
The US Army Contracting Command has awarded a three-year contract, valued at $391m, to L3 Technologies for the delivery of the latest, next-generation binocular night vision goggles.
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