The UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) has announced £22m in funding to support...
- UK MoD announces funding for new army cyber operations centres
- The electronic warfare arms race: new issue of Global Defence Technology
- Battelle wins DARPA contract for injectable brain control technology
- US Army trials exoskeletons for military use
- South African military unmanned aerial vehicles: technological capabilities
UK MoD announces funding for new army cyber operations centres
The UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) has announced £22m in funding to support the establishment of new British Army cyber operations centres across the country.
The electronic warfare arms race: new issue of Global Defence Technology
In this issue: The US Army’s electronic warfare programme, the future of communications in the field, new rifle techology, how to take down malicious drones, and more.
Peraton wins US Army ground-based communications system contract
US company Peraton has won a $14.9m ground-based midcourse defence (GMD) secure communications operations and maintenance (SCOM) contract from the 59th Signal Battalion of the US Army.
Battelle wins DARPA contract for injectable brain control technology
A team led by US science and technology development firm Battelle has won a contract from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) for its next-generation non-surgical neurotechnology (N3) programme, aimed at developing bi-directional brain control technology interfaces for able-bodied service members.
Rheinmetall wins order for additional Fieldguard 3 system in Brazil
Rheinmetall Air Defence, the Swiss subsidiary of European defence contractor Rheinmetall Group based in Germany, has won an order for an additional Fieldguard 3 military measurement system from a Brazilian defence contractor.
IDE Among Fastest Growing Greek Companies for 2nd Consecutive Year
IDE (INTRACOM Defense Electronics) was included, for the 2nd consecutive year, in the list of “The 30 Fastest Growing Companies in Greece” published by FORTUNE magazine in the special issue with the largest Greek companies.
Dstl develops open-source framework to improve tracking technology
The UK's Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) has designed an open-source software framework called Stone Soup intended to help improve tracking technology.
Patriotic innovation in the age of great power competition: can it work?
The Pentagon plans to create a programme to connect innovative defence technology start-ups with trusted sources of capital.
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