With a long career at the heart of the UK’s defence science and...
- Exclusive: Dstl’s Phillippa Spencer talks F-35s, autonomy, novichok and gender equality
- British Armed Forces must “win the information battle”
- Is barbed wire a low-tech alternative to landmines?
- BAE Systems to create new technology to detect WMD activity
- US Army unveils $178bn budget proposal for 2021
TACO Confirms Attendance at World ATM 2020
We are not far away now from the World ATM Congress, being held in Hall 9 at IFEMA, Feria de Madrid, Spain. We look forward to seeing you at our Booth 1101 from March 10th through the 12th.
BETALIGHT Information and Product Index
When Saunders-Roe was acquired by Westland Helicopters (now part of AgustaWestland, producer of the well-known WAH-64 Apache helicopter), the Betalight
production was made independent under the name SRBT (Saunders-Roe Betalight Technology).
TACO Antenna To Exhibit at WEST 2020 in San Diego
Join us from March 2nd to 3rd in Booth #1010 at the San Diego Convention Center for WEST 2020, the premier NAVAL conference and exposition on the West Coast. WEST is now in its 30th year of bringing military and industry leaders together.
Exclusive: Dstl’s Phillippa Spencer talks F-35s, autonomy, novichok and gender equality
With a long career at the heart of the UK’s defence science and technology sector in her role as a senior principal scientist at the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl), Women in Defence award winner Phillippa Spencer has worked on the UK’s adoption of the F-35, currently leads a project mitigating the risks of autonomous systems and the recovery effort after the Novichok incident in Salisbury. Here she tells us about her career in defence.
British Armed Forces must “win the information battle”
At the inaugural conference for the UK’s new Strategic Command (UKSTRATCOM) held at the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), armed forces leaders said the UK must modernise to maintain an information advantage.
US DoD funds study into use of intercept plasma for burn resuscitation
The US Department of Defense (DoD) has awarded funding for a study to analyse the use of intercept plasma in traumatic burn resuscitation.
Inside Defender Europe 20: New issue of Global Defence Technology out now
In this issue: A look inside Defender Europe 20, what UGVs mean for the future of tanks, how NATO is adapting to new threats, benefits of electrification for logistics support, and more
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