During the four-week Autonomous Warrior exercise at Salisbury Plain in November 2018, British...
- Field-testing defence tech at MOD’s Exercise Autonomous Warrior 2018
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- US researchers study lifting effects of caring texts on active-duty soldiers
Field-testing defence tech at MOD’s Exercise Autonomous Warrior 2018
During the four-week Autonomous Warrior exercise at Salisbury Plain in November 2018, British troops and industry partners developed and tested more than 50 prototype technologies including enhanced surveillance drones and unmanned vehicles. What did the MOD learn from the exercise and how can the technologies be used to serve and protect troops on the ground?
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.
Swiss armasuisse selects Rheinmetall for command simulator
German manufacturer Rheinmetall has been awarded a contract for the supply of a command simulator to train Swiss Military commanders and staff officers.
British Army and Oman participate in joint military exercise
The British Army and the Royal Army of Oman have participated in the joint military exercise, Khanjar Oman 19, at Al Wusta Governorate.
US Army clarifies rules on autonomous armed robots
The US Department of Defense (DoD) has clarified its rules on the use of autonomous armed robots in battle, stating that humans will always have the final decision on deploying lethal action.
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.
Saab to provide virtual training simulators to Finnish Armed Forces
The Finnish Defence Forces Logistics Command has signed a contract with Saab’s training and simulation business unit for the procurement of virtual training simulators.
Elbit Systems of America receives CHMD contract from US Army
Elbit Systems of America has secured a contract with the US Army to deliver a wide field of view common helmet mounted display (CHMD) system.
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