US-based educational technology company Blackboard is expanding its partnership with the US Army...
- US Army expands Blackboard’s edtech platform partnership
- Future of defence technology: SCTX 2019 event round-up
- US Army Intelligence Center to receive training support from Jacobs
- Lockheed Martin opens new Cyber Innovation Lab at UCF
- Global Defence Technology: Testing frontline robots, real-life Iron Man and more
US Army expands Blackboard’s edtech platform partnership
US-based educational technology company Blackboard is expanding its partnership with the US Army so that the latter can use the core components of Blackboard’s edtech platform to support educating more than 350,000 service members.
Future of defence technology: SCTX 2019 event round-up
At this year’s Security and Counter Terror Expo (SCTX 2019), visitors arrived to view the latest themes in defence and security across eight diverse fields. From virtual reality military training suites to discussions on counter-drone technology, Talal Husseini rounds up the contemporary challenges and novel solutions shaping the future of defence.
HF and VHF Rapid Field Deployment Systems
Barrett Communications has developed the Rapid Field Deployment System (RFDS), which provides an easily deployable, simple to operate and very flexible high frequency (HF) or very high frequency (VHF) communications systems mounted in a single transit case.
US soldiers undergo marksmanship training in Puerto Rico
A contingent of more than 80 New York Army National Guard soldiers has participated in marksmanship training in the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.
Singapore and Indian armies conduct joint exercise Bold Kurukshetra
The Singapore and Indian armies have conducted the bilateral armour joint exercise Bold Kurukshetra in India.
Barrett below -24°C – Barrett Supplies Equipment for Antarctic Expedition
Every year a combined training mission between the Chilean and Argentinean Armies is conducted over the north-eastern section of the Antarctic Peninsula.
Australia’s 2019-20 defence budget increases to $38.7bn
The Australian Government’s 2019-20 defence budget has increased by A$2.3bn ($1.6bn) to A$38.7bn ($27.52bn) and A$175.8bn ($125.02bn) to 2022-23.
Kratos’ CH-47F CAT completes evaluation testing with ADF
The Australian Defence Force (ADF) has finished the evaluation testing of Kratos Defense & Security Solutions’ CH-47F Chinook Avionics Trainer (CAT).
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