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Digital Twin, the simulation model of a real-world system is driving innovation, improving reliability and military readiness

The blurring of boundaries between the digital world and physical products is leading what has become known as the Fourth Industrial Revolution, or Industry 4.0. At the front line of this revolution are “smart” technology applications like global connectivity, big data, machine learning, and virtual reality. Digital Twin technology combines …

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Rising DNS attacks require DNS security measures and Protective DNS says Joint NSA and CISA Guidance

The Domain Name System (DNS) is central to the operation of modern networks, translating human-readable domain names into machine-usable Internet Protocol (IP) addresses. Email services, chat services and even social networks rely on DNS to work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week resolving IP addresses into hostnames. DNS …

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Electronic thermal management materials (ETMM) ensure performance and reliability for Mission-Critical Military Ground, Sea, Air and Space systems

The past few decades have seen an escalation of power densities in electronic devices, and in particular in microprocessor chips. Together with the continuing trend of reduction in device dimensions this has led to dramatic increase in the thermal issues within electronic circuits. The electrons, in their passage through the …

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Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) technologies revolutionizing healthcare, telemedicine and Real time Soldier health Monitoring

A new paradigm, known as the Internet of Things (IoT), has an extensive applicability in numerous areas, including healthcare. The advancements of electronics has enabled miniaturized sensors,  processors and communications functionalities to be integrated into everyday objects, making them ‘‘smart’’, such as smart watches, fitness monitoring products, food items, home …

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Smart photonic materials

The world population is estimated to reach 9.8 billion by 2050. Ensuring an adequate food supply for such a large number of people would be challenging enough for agriculture. But climate change is putting even more pressure on farmers, agricultural companies, and crop scientists to protect plants from the effects …

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Militaries developing Lethal, extremely maneuverable, Autonomous and stealthy Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicles (UCAV)

The  armed drones like MQ-1 Predator and its larger  cousin, MQ-9 Reaper, dual intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance-strike platforms have been highly successful against non-state actors as part of the counterterrorism fight. A MQ-1 Predator UAVs armed with Hellfire missiles have been used by the U.S. as platforms for hitting ground …

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Soft Robotics for ocean exploration and reconnaissance missions of Navy

Most of the ocean is unknown. Yet we know that the most challenging environments on the planet reside in it. Understanding the ocean in its totality is a key component for the sustainable development of human activities and for the mitigation of climate change, as proclaimed by the United Nations. …

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Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are enabling the future of fully automated Cyber Security

AI emulates human cognition – i.e. learning based on experience and patterns, rather than by inference (cause and effect). Artificial intelligence covers everything from machine learning to business intelligence. Machine learning is a branch of artificial intelligence (AI) that refers to technologies that enable computers to learn and adapt through …

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Amid North Korea’s threat, South Korea plans becoming more self-reliant in military by building and selling it’s own weapons

North Korea launched a series of short-range missiles in March, marking its first missile tests in 2020 and signaling Pyongyang’s intent to follow through with leader Kim Jong Un’s promise to possess a “new strategic weapon” in the near future. In his 2021 address to members, Mr Kim had pledged …

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Holographic data memory can store 1 terabyte (TB) of data in a sugar-cube-sized crystal.

Photography measures how much light of different color hits the photographic film. However, light is also a wave, and is therefore characterized by the phase. Phase specifies the position of a point within the wave cycle and correlates to depth of information, meaning that recording the phase of light scattered …

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