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- Universal Soldier: US expects cyborg troops in 30 years
- PathFinder Digital wins follow-on contracts for US Prophet Program
- BAE Systems to develop advanced radar jamming tech for US Army
- UK MoD funds projects to develop counter-drone capabilities
- US NGB and Westefx develop vismods for Army’s M1097 HMMWV
BHS secures US DoD contract for prophylactic medical countermeasure
Pittsburgh-based protein engineering company BioHybrid Solutions (BHS) has won a $30m contract from the US Department of Defense (DoD) to develop a prophylactic medical countermeasure.
INTRACOM Presents Hellenic Participation at OCEAN2020
INTRACOM DEFENSE (IDE) recently presented to the defence media the successful Hellenic participation at OCEAN2020 (Open Cooperation for European mAritime awareNess).
US Army selects Infoscitex for manned-unmanned teaming programme
The US Army has selected Infoscitex (IST) to support a programme to develop and demonstrate manned and unmanned teaming.
Sundog Software Updates Triton Visual Simulation System to CUDA 10.1
With version 4.27, Sundog’s ocean visual simulation system Triton now supports NVidia’s CUDA Toolkit version 10.1. It ensures Triton Ocean SDK’s faster performance on NVidia-based systems and supports newer NVidia graphic processing units (GPUs), including the RTX series and any GPU that supports shader model 7.5.
JBOF Systems: Rugged High-Performance Computing
Whether you are thinking about purchasing a JBOD Server or would like to understand its benefits, it's important to note that industries far and wide are already jumping in head-first.
Magni Multi-Rotor Micro UAS
Magni is a multi-rotor micro unmanned aerial system (UAS) developed by Elbit Systems, a company that manufactures a range of products for defence, homeland security, and commercial applications.
US Army set to test StrikeShield Active Protection System
The US Army has selected Rheinmetall’s StrikeShield Active Protection System (APS) for testing.
Mifram MVB-3X Defence Barriers
Mifram's MVB-3X can stop vehicles of up to 7.5t at 30mph. The barriers have been internationally deployed since 2002, and can be used in any weather and on any terrain. Mifram's barriers are versatile, light and mobile, and can be deployed by one person.
Kollsman wins prototype project for US Army’s MDUSA targeting system
Kollsman has received a prototype project agreement for the US Army’s Multi-Domain User Sensor Architecture (MDUSA) targeting system project.
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