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DARPA’s CHIPS program developing miniaturized modular chips that can rapidly integrated into military systems like drones

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Today’s leading edge electronic designs are complex, expensive, and often involve teams spread across the globe; factors that have driven drastic growth in non-recurring engineering (NRE) costs. Additionally, the monolithic nature of these designs means that any change to a portion of the chip requires a re-spin of the entire …

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Quantum Biology taking first steps to lead to fundamentally new technologies, including bio-inspired sensors

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Quantum biology refers to applications of quantum mechanics and theoretical chemistry to biological objects and problems. Over the past decade, growing evidence suggests that certain biological systems might employ quantum mechanics. In recent years progress in experimental technology has revealed that quantum phenomena are relevant for fundamental biological processes such …

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Researchers looking to fishes for designing Armor, ultra fast and stealthy Submarines and Underwater Robots

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Biologically inspired engineering is a new scientific discipline that applies biological principles to develop new engineering solutions for medicine, industry,  environment and the military. The emergence of this new discipline unifies the life sciences with engineering and the physical sciences. Biologically inspired engineering involves exploration into the way that living …

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US Army experimenting with Driverless tactical Vehicles, Autonomous convoy and Manned –Unmanned Teaming to build Autonomy-Enabled Future Force

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In  Oct 2017, Auburn University and the U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC) conducted a live demonstration of autonomous vehicle technology traveling across the border between the U.S. and Canada. Truck platooning links two or more trucks using vehicle-to-vehicle wireless communications technology and sensors that allow …

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Insitu ScanEagle flying ViDAR Payload enhances Maritime security by spotting and positively identifying objects under clear sun to wind, rain, haze and fog.

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ViDAR, or visual radar, is the term coined by Australian computer vision specialist Sentient for a newly developed sensor that combines a high-definition electro-optic (EO) camera with automatic target detection algorithms to detect small maritime targets.   The ScanEagle drone from Insitu  equipped with the ViDAR payload showcased its newest …

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US’s Gigantic Railgun becoming ready to be deployed on Navy Warships and Army Howitzer for offensive strikes defence against cruise and ballistic missiles.

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US Navy is ready to deploy their futuristic Electromagnetic Railgun (EMRG) for field tests. According to the Office of Naval Research (ONR) press release, the railgun has been in the works for over a decade. Rear Admiral Matthew Klunder, head of US Naval Research, said the futuristic electromagnetic railgun – so called …

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Solid state cooling based on magnetocaloric, electrocaloric, and mechanocaloric materials advancing to replace present environmentally damaging refrigeration technologies

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Current cooling technology, such as that found in fridges and air conditioning systems, exploits the changes in temperature when gases are compressed and expanded. This technology often uses environmentally damaging greenhouse gases. The search for materials with large caloric effects has become a major challenge in material science due to …

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China starts building Global Quantum based Internet Infrastructure for its trade and Military

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China has launched the world’s longest quantum-communications network, which includes a 2,000-kilometre link between Beijing and Shanghai that is meant to safely transmit sensitive information. The line is the world’s first trunk line of secure quantum telecommunications. The Jing-Hu (Beijing-Shanghai) Trunk Line connects Beijing, Jinan, Hefei and Shanghai. The line is connected …

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Quantum Biometrics that Exploits the Human Eye’s Ability to Detect Single Photons, may be solution to military and security requirement of hackproof Biometrics

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Biometric verification is any means by which a person can be uniquely identified by evaluating one or more distinguishing biological traits. Unique identifiers include fingerprints, hand geometry, earlobe geometry, retina and iris patterns, voice waves, DNA, and signatures. A record of a person’s unique characteristic is captured and kept in …

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