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  1. Intelligent design: inside France’s €1.5bn AI strategy
  2. A look at the US Navy’s Next Generation Jammer
  3. The future of electronic warfare in Europe
  4. Visualising electronic warfare
  5. Global Defence Technology: Issue 88

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Intelligent design: inside France’s €1.5bn AI strategy

France has launched the Man-Machine Teaming study into applying artificial intelligence to combat aircraft, part of a €1.5bn investment strategy aimed at closing the technology gap with the US and China. Julian Turner reports on the global race for supremacy in the sphere of military AI.

A look at the US Navy’s Next Generation Jammer

The US Navy’s Next Generation Jammer, promises a new, more capable electronic warfare system that combines agile, high-power beam-jamming techniques and state-of-the-art solid-state electronics. Dr Gareth Evans takes a closer look.

The future of electronic warfare in Europe

Electronic warfare is a rapidly evolving field that is steadily increasing in prominence as nation’s look to gain the edge in the next generation of conflict technology. Gavin O’Connell MBE, business development and sales director at Chemring Technology Solutions, explains the coming developments in electronic warfare and how Europe is preparing.

Visualising electronic warfare

A proliferation of devices and technologies to intercept and manipulate the electronic spectrum has resulted in an often-overwhelming deluge of complex data. The questions for many is what do we do with it? Visualisation software could hold the key.

Global Defence Technology: Issue 88

In this issue: Nordic countries arm to defend the Baltic region, inside the US Air Force’s light attack aircraft experiment, France's pushes AI investment for future weapon systems, and more

Thales launches Sophie Ultima camera to enhance night-time combat

Thales has launched its new Sophie Ultima thermal imager, a lightweight high-performance four-in-one camera at the Eurosatory defence and security exhibition in Paris, France. The latest from the Sophie range, the device is ready for connected combat and augmented reality with assistance to support day and night-time operations.

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