In this issue: Protecting pilots from laser attacks, the DASA's search for new...
- Global Defence Technology: Issue 92
- UTC Aerospace unveils LBPS for CH-47 Chinook cargo loading system
- L3 wins $454m contract to supply ISR systems for US Army’s Shadow UAV
- US Army and GA-ASI complete FOT&E for MQ-1C ER Gray Eagle ER UAS
- How autonomous delivery drones could revolutionise military logistics
MyDefence integrates drone detection sensors in light-armoured vehicle
Danish research and development company MyDefence Communication has successfully integrated counter unmanned aerial system (UAS) drone detection sensors in light-armoured vehicle platforms for use by military forces.
UK MoD announces names of Innovation Challenge awardees
UK Defence Procurement Minister Stuart Andrew has named the winning companies of the Ministry of Defence (MoD) and Defence Growth Partnership (DGP) Innovation Challenge at the Institute of Engineering and Technology.
British troops commence this year’s Autonomous Warrior experiment
The British Army has commenced the 2018 army combat experiment Autonomous Warrior, announced Ministry of Defence (MoD) Secretary Gavin Williamson.
Three Nato scientific technologies for IED detection tested in Italy
Three new Nato scientific technologies designed to detect and clear improvised explosive devices (IEDs) have been successfully tested in Florence, Italy.
Kratos wins contract awards for EW and communications systems
US-based engineering services company Kratos Defense & Security Solutions has secured contract awards for new electronic warfare and communications systems.
Rockwell Collins to upgrade CAAS on US Army’s CH-47F Chinook fleet
The US Army has awarded a contract to Rockwell Collins to support operational readiness of the service’s CH-47F Chinook helicopter avionics.
Radiant-led team to develop optical satellite telescope system
The US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has awarded a contract to Maxar Technologies’ subsidiary Radiant Solutions to support small satellite constellations.
Lockheed integrates Telephonics radar on 74K aerostat system
Lockheed Martin has successfully fitted its 74K aerostat aircraft system, an unmanned helium-filled blimp, with RDR-1700B radar developed by Telephonics.
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