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Nanotechnology is transforming aerospace, leading to lighter and more efficient air vehicles

The aerospace industry is one of the most important heavy industries in the world. Countless companies rely on the ability to ship products and people around the world with the speed that can only by achieved by air.   Along with this huge economic value, however, comes huge consumption, and …

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Military developing technologies like new clothing materials to survive in Extreme cold weather like Arctic

Norwegian oil and gas industry is heading into the Arctic, and its looking for Work clothing specifically tailored to Arctic conditions is hard to find. Industrial designers have now joined forces with researchers to create the perfect clothing concept. Wenaas is a leading supplier of work clothing to the oil …

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Countries developing bomb disposal robots having exceptional level of versatility, dexterity and diversity

EOD operators or ammunition technical officers conduct some of the military’s most dangerous jobs, who has the daunting task of dismantling, defusing and disposing bombs and other explosive ordnance, often in the most hostile and challenging of environments. Making this job safer  are bomb disposal robots, unmanned vehicles capable of disabling …

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Detecting and Mitigating Advanced persistent threat (APT) major challenge for IT Firms, industrial establishments, and military organizations.

An advanced persistent threat (APT) refer to complex, sophisticated and stealthy techniques of using software, hardware or social engineering tools to continuously monitor and extract data from targets such as organizations and/or nations for business or political motives. They typically start with seemingly benign activities that do not trigger any …

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Advances in Vertical and/or short take-off and landing (V/STOL) aircraft technology

Sometimes long runways  required by conventional aircrafts aren’t available to use or there is a need for an aircraft to use no runways at all.  Vertical take-off and landing VTOL technology means aircraft can theoretically take off and land almost anywhere, making them far more flexible. They’re also able to perform …

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DARPA BRASS creating centenarian, survivable, hackproof, scalable and adaptive military software

As modern software systems continue inexorably to increase in complexity and capability, users have become accustomed to periodic cycles of updating and upgrading to avoid obsolescence—if at some cost in terms of frustration. In the case of the U.S. military, having access to well-functioning software systems and underlying content is …

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Columbia Engineers Revolutionize Augmented Reality (AR) Glasses through novel engineered optical materials (EnMats)

Imagine driving along the highway with directions and other pertinent information (think gas stations) appearing “on” your glasses so you ,don’t have to look away from the road. Or building a complicated DIY project with step-by-step instructions appearing “on” your glasses. Or being a first-responder unsure which way to go, …

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China AI enabled, ultraquiet diesel and nuclear ballistic missile submarines with capability to strike Hawaii and Alaska, has graduated to major naval power

China has boosted its submarine force over the last 20 years, building a modern, flexible force that now has more total ships than the US. The force currently numbers 56 subs – four nuclear-powered missile subs, five nuclear-powered attack subs, and 47 diesel-powered attack subs – and is likely grow …

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Synthetic Identity Fraud is one the fastest-growing forms of identity theft used by fraudsters and terrorists

Synthetic identity theft is a type of fraud in which a criminal combines real and fake information to create a new identity, which is used to open fraudulent accounts and make fraudulent purchases. Fraudsters use this fictitious identity for obtaining credit, opening deposit accounts and obtaining driver’s licenses and passports. …

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AFRL is seeking Multi-INT Fusion to implement US Airforce ISR strategy for A2/AD environments

ISR is one of the  US Air Force’s five enduring core missions along with air and space superiority, rapid global mobility, global strike, and command and control. AF ISR is integral to Global Vigilance for the nation and is foundational to Global Reach and Global Power. ISR is defined in Joint …

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