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Military Batteries need to be Lightweight, long-lasting, fast, field-rechargeable batteries, rugged and safety critical for mission success

Batteries are critical for military missions since mission success and soldiers’ lives often depend directly on a military battery’s performance.  “Batteries enable radio communication among combat squad members and field headquarters. They provide the power to obtain accurate location data essential for maneuver and combat air support. Laser range finders …

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Dedicated AI chips or adaptive Neuromorphic ( brain like ) computing chips for real time machine learning, is the next big thing

Artificial Intelligence technologies aim to develop computers, or robots that surpass the abilities of human intelligence in tasks such as learning and adaptation, reasoning and planning, decision making and autonomy; creativity; extracting knowledge, and making predictions from data.   AI includes both logic-based and statistical approaches. Within AI is a …

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Militaries give thrust on new anti-coronavirus or COVID-19 tech innovations and technologies

From herpes and legionnaires’ disease in the 1970s, to AIDS, Ebola, the severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS), and now Covid-19, contagious diseases continue to threaten and disrupt human populations. The COVID‑19 pandemic, also known as the coronavirus pandemic, is an ongoing global pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID‑19), caused by severe …

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COVID-19 Outbreak raises the threat of next pandemic, Synthetic Biologists race to develop  detection, vaccination to cure technologies

Since December 31, 2019, when the 2019-nCoV coronavirus was first reported from Wuhan, China, It has spread like wildfire to every corner of the globe, posing a serious threat for the foreseeable future. Millions have been infected, although a worse tragedy has been avoided thanks to widespread adoption of social …

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Plasma technologies promising for Space and Hypersonic propulsion, Aircraft stealth and Directed-energy weapons (DEW)

Plasma is referred to as the fourth state of matter besides liquid, gas and solid. Plasma is typically an ionized gas meaning that at least one electron has been dissociated from, or added to, a proportion of the atoms or molecules. The free electric charges make the plasma electrically conductive …

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DARPA’s SAIL-ON developing military AI systems that can effectively react to an adversary’s surprise actions,

Current artificial intelligence (AI) systems excel at tasks defined by rigid rules – such as mastering the board games Go and chess with proficiency surpassing world-class human players. Current AI systems. “Imagine if the rules for chess were changed mid-game,” said Ted Senator, program manager in DARPA’s Defense Sciences Office. “How …

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With rising threats, new Aircraft Survivability Equipment (ASE) technologies including Laser Directed Energy Weapons being developed

In the first half of the twentieth century, guns were the primary weapons used against aircraft. The small arms weapons typically fire ball ammunition, or armor-piercing projectiles, known as AP rounds, or AP projectiles with incendiaries, known as API rounds. The AAA weapons and the larger-caliber aircraft guns usually fire …

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India’s Israel relationship transforming into a strategic multifarious partnership with defense and security cooperation

Since India established full diplomatic ties with Israel in 1992, relations between the two countries have grown at an astonishing pace, covering a wide range of issues from defence and homeland security, to agriculture and water management, and now education and even outer space.   Both governments have taken a …

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Weapon Locating Radars (WLR) that can track artillery rounds, rockets, mortar shells and unguided rockets, have been developed by NATO, China and India

Weapon Locating Radars (WLR) are primarily used to detect and locate enemy Artillery units by tracking the trajectory of incoming rounds. They can also provide fire correction of friendly artillery units. WLRs usually can also track mortar shells and unguided rockets. Some WLRs also have limited missile tracking and Air …

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UAVs can enhance cellular network coverage while cellular can provide UAV and UAV to UAV communications

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, abbreviated as UAVs, are aircrafts without any human pilot onboard, mainly controlled and managed remotely or via embedded autonomous computer programs. UAVs are also popularly known as drones. Unique features of UAVs pertaining to high mobility in three-dimensional space, autonomous operation, flexible deployment tend to find appealing …

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