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NASA Artemis will develop Moon base camp in 2024 to establish technology base for first human mission to Mars

On 11 December 2017, President Trump signed Space Policy Directive 1, a change in national space policy that provides for a U.S.-led, integrated program with private sector partners for a human return to the Moon, followed by missions to Mars and beyond. The policy calls for the NASA administrator to …

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Printed electronics breakthroughs leading to Printed and flexible electronics (PFE) revolution

While the conventional electronics like computers and smartphones is built around silicon integrating billions of transistors and is manufactured using complex, costly and wasteful processes in multi-billion dollar foundries , The printed and flexible electronics aim to replace this by “organic” semiconductors which are long chains of thousands of repeating …

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COVID-19 is enhancing Terrorism, Cyberattacks, and Bioterrorism threats in the world

The head of the World Health Organization is warning that the COVID-19 pandemic is speeding up, and he criticized governments that have failed to establish reliable contact tracing to stop the spread of the coronavirus. According to the latest tally from Johns Hopkins University, there have been more than 10 …

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Transparent Electronics enabled by new materials promise invisible electronic circuitry and opto-electronic devices and radar-absorbing coatings on fighter planes

Transparent electronics is an emerging science and technology field focused on producing invisible electronic circuitry and opto-electronic devices. The transparent electronic devices and transparent electronic circuits have wide range of applications. Transparent Conducting Oxides (TCOs) and Thin Film Transistors (TFTs) are used in the production of transparent electronics.   The progressions in …

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Under Cyber Warfare threat from China and Pakistan, India steps up cyber security measures and operationalising its Cyber Command

Cyber warfare has developed into a more sophisticated type of combat between countries, where you can destroy critical infrastructure such as power, telecommunications or banking by damaging the computer systems that control those infrastructures. It’s widely acknowledged that offensive cyberattacks will be a necessary component of any future military campaign, …

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Countries upgrading Nuclear Command and Control among rising Nuclear, and Cyber threats

Although nuclear weapons have not been used in conflict for decades, the risk of their use persists. Around the world, countries are still building and modernizing nuclear arsenals. Russia,  US and China are  rapidly upgrading and modernizing their strategic triad.  The potential use of nuclear weapons poses the greatest danger …

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New Smart Materials and technologies promise shape morfing devices from morphing Wings to robot swarms

Military have large demand for smart materials and devices including smart self-repair, smart clothing such as cloaking suits, and adaptive hull structures for ships. Morphing aircraft are multi-role aircraft that change their external shape substantially to adapt to a changing mission environment during flight. This creates superior system capabilities not …

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US Army’s Future Command speeding up Army acquisition and transformation to match rising adversary capabilities

US Adversaries like Russia are fielding revolutionary technologies like tanks and battle tested unmanned vehicles. The new T-14 Armata tank represents “the most revolutionary step change in tank design in the last half century,” says a leaked report of the British military intelligence obtained by The Sunday Telegraph newspaper in …

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Threat of stealthy, smart and lethal sea mines driving development of new mine countermeasure platforms and systems

Traditional navies as well as maritime terrorists can and have used mines and underwater improvised explosive devices (UWIEDs) to challenge military and commercial uses of the seas. More than thirty countries produce mines, and twenty countries export them. Iran has reportedly laid several thousand naval mines, North Korea’s 50,000, China 100,000 or so, and Russia …

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Helicopter Pilots require Digital Night Vision Tech for Night Operations

Pilots rely more on vision than on any other sense to orient  themselves in flight. The visual sense is especially important in collision avoidance and depth perception. A pilot’s vision sensors are the eyes generally are most accurate and reliable sense, even though they are not perfect in the way …

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