The US Army’s Big Six modernisation programme is beginning to take shape, with...
- The US Army’s Big Six and the future of autonomous warfare
- US ARL and NCMS agree to support additive manufacturing programme
- UK DASA seeks proposals for new biological agent detection system
- Next-gen armoured vehicles thunder across Eurosatory
- BAE Systems to develop cyber defence tools for DARPA’s CHASE programme
The US Army’s Big Six and the future of autonomous warfare
The US Army’s Big Six modernisation programme is beginning to take shape, with autonomy very much at the fore. But how much artificial intelligence can we expect and what impact will it have on military readiness? Andrew Tunnicliffe speaks with Colonel Gerald (Andy) Boston to find out more.
US ARL and NCMS agree to support additive manufacturing programme
The US Army Research Laboratory (ARL) has reached an agreement with the National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS) to support the advanced manufacturing, materials and processes (AMMP) programme.
CP Cases – Built for Defence
CP Cases products are an essential ingredient for military tactics and field support strategies and when fully populated with materials and systems they can be life-saving pieces of equipment.
UK DASA seeks proposals for new biological agent detection system
The UK Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) has launched a new competition to seek proposals for technologies that would help further develop bio-detection capability.
Next-gen armoured vehicles thunder across Eurosatory
The halls and outdoor exhibition areas at Eurosatory 2018 were filled with enough armoured vehicles to launch a land invasion. With a renewed focus on main battle tanks, some were bigger and better armed, while some special ops vehicles were smaller and more agile, but all were packed full of innovations designed to persuade international decision makers to loosen their defence departments’ purse strings. Berenice Baker reports from the event.
BAE Systems to develop cyber defence tools for DARPA’s CHASE programme
The US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has selected BAE Systems to develop automated cyber-defence tools.
Polaris Alpha takes command and control into new domains
Mission solutions developer Polaris Alpha has developed C2Core, a Multi-Domain Command and Control (MDC2) solution to deliver mission management, strategic assessment, and situational awareness across domains, embracing space and cyber. Berenice Baker spoke to Marcus Featherston, executive vice president of mission solutions at Polaris Alpha, about what the company’s innovative full-spectrum approach offers the warfighter.
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