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US Navy gives thrust to development of Electromagnetic Warfare systems

All modern forces depend on unimpeded access to, and use of, the EM spectrum in conducting military operations. Therefore, there is a requirement to gain and maintain an advantage in the electromagnetic spectrum by countering adversary’s systems and protecting one’s own systems. Thus the EM spectrum can no longer be …

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China to test magnetized plasma artillery which can travel at hypersonic speeds

Plasma is a state of super excitement of mater and can be described as a super hot gas. The Plasma Spray Process is basically the spraying of molten or heat softened material onto a surface to provide a coating. Plasma spray is a versatile technology used for production of environmental …

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USAF’s Multi-Domain Command and Control (MDC2) requires Artificial Intelligence technologies for Information Analysis and Targeting

Advanced Integrated Air Defense Systems, Anti-satellite, and computer network attack weapons can hold capabilities in air, space and cyber at risk and create Anti-Access and Area Denial (A2AD) quandaries. The goal of Multi-Domain Operations is to ensure the ability to integrate operations in multiple domains and create complex dilemmas for …

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Resistive RAM (RRAM), a Non-volatile memory (NVM) technology, key to support artificial intelligence on the Internet of Things, or “edge AI”.

Ever-growing data generation driven by mobile devices, the cloud, the IoT , and big data, as well as novel AI applications, all part of the megatrends, requires continuous advancements in memory technologies.   RRAM is a nonvolatile memory that is similar to PCM. The technology concept is that a dielectric, …

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Perovskite-based LEDs are beginning to rival OLEDs in terms of efficiency

Perovskites have generated huge interest in recent years because of their potential for solid-state lighting and displays, despite lagging behind other state-of-the-art technologies in efficiency and longevity. Now two independent teams have reported light-emitting diodes (LEDs) based on perovskites that have surpassed a milestone in efficiency [Cao et al., Nature …

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DARPA PALS seeking living sensors , employing marine organisms as Naval surveillance sensors

The world’s vast oceans and seas offer seemingly endless spaces in which adversaries of the United States can maneuver undetected. The U.S. military deploys networks of manned and unmanned platforms and sensors to monitor adversary activity, but the scale of the task is daunting and hardware alone cannot meet every …

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DARPA SCORE program Aims to develop automated tools to Score Social and Behavioral Research important for national security

Social science provides a variety of research and educational capabilities to military to address the human dimensions of military organizations and their operational contexts. For instance, psychological and human performance criteria are firmly rooted in social science constructs within the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD).   In the United States, …

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Future Global Quantum internet could be brought down by Quantum terrorists

Quantum cryptography is an emerging technology in which two parties may simultaneously generate shared, secret cryptographic key material using the transmission of quantum states of light. A unique aspect of quantum cryptography is that Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle ensures that if Eve attempts to intercept and measure Alice’s quantum transmissions, her …

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Countries launch antitank autonomous UGVs, intensifying robotic warfare

Since the creation of the main battle tank during World War I, there has been a constant arms race between the development of anti-tank weapons and vehicle protection systems, however “Weapons’ ability to penetrate armor, however, has advanced faster than armor’s ability to withstand penetration”.   One of the technology …

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New military CBR protection suits launched by Industry for protection against rising CBR threats

According to the University of Maryland’s Global Terrorism Database, there were a total of 143 attacks – 35 biological, 95 chemical, and 13 radiological – using CBRN weapons across the world from 1970 to 2014. The relative ease with which malicious actors could obtain many of the materials and know-how …

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