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Indian defense market is growing fast after military conflict with China and increasing thrust on Make In India

India’s security threats range from ‘two-and-a-half’ front war comprising of coordinated aggression by Pakistan in the West, China in the North and internal insurgencies in J&K, North East and Maoist/Naxalite violence, growing Chinese Navy activities in the Indian Ocean and COVID-19 pandemic. India shares a 3,323km land border with Pakistan, and an even …

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IoT Chips or IoT Modules and SoCs enabling Internet of Things revolution

The global IoT market is expected to reach a value of USD 1,386.06 billion by 2026 from USD 761.4 billion in 2020 at a CAGR of 10.53%, during the period 2021-2026. The internet of things technology helps in connecting various smart devices together to ease the operation and sharing of …

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Wind power technology breakthroughs will enable it to play pivotal role in the world’s future Renewable energy supply

Renewable energy is at the centre of the transition to a less carbon-intensive and more sustainable energy system. Renewables have grown rapidly in recent years, accompanied by sharp cost reductions for solar photovoltaics and wind power in particular. The future development of wind power presents a significant opportunity in terms …

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Japan plans F-35A and F-35B induction, indigenous stealth fighter and Hypersonic Weapons to counter Chinese J-20 deployment

The security environment of  Japan and the whole region is threatened by expanding military and assertiveness of China and the testing of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles by North Korea.   Tensions between Japan and China over the Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands dispute have recently increased. Japan’s Defense White Paper released in …

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DOD adopt an initial zero-trust architecture, Trust must be continually assessed and granted in a granular fashion.

The Defense Department has been pushing hard for digital modernization, but the massive hacking campaign that breached multiple federal government agencies via Solarwinds software has put some of its more nascent efforts at risk — namely software factories. “Yes, this creates a new kind of target for our adversaries. These digital …

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Hypersonic Wind tunnel is critical Infrastructure to test Hypersonic aircraft, missiles, rockets, and spacecraft

The era of hypersonic flight had arrived. Hypersonic refers to aircraft, missiles, rockets, and spacecraft that can reach speeds through the atmosphere faster than Mach 5, which is near 4,000 miles per hour. The hypersonic wind tunnel is used to test flight characteristics in a hypersonic region of Mach number 5 …

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Soft Material Enabled Soft Electronics for Medicine, Healthcare, and Human-Machine Interfaces

Since the development of the field effect transistor in 1920s, the electronics industry has focused on high speed and large capacity devices such as microprocessors and random access memories. However, the recent emergence of personalized and mobile electronics has diversified the research efforts from performance-oriented research to human-friendly topics. Conventional bulky …

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Optoelectronics technology trends and market

Optoelectronic technology is a new technology formed by the combination of photon technology and electronic technology. Optoelectronics is the study and application of light-emitting or light-detecting devices. It is widely considered a sub-discipline of photonics. Optoelectronics is  described as “a device that responds to optical power, emits or modifies optical …

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Reprocessing used Nuclear fuel contributes to national energy security and reduces the nuclear waste

Nuclear power—with its high energy density and low carbon footprint—is a source with which the international community has decades of experience. However, the challenges that come along with the technology have kept it from becoming a more dominant factor in the global energy mix. Geopolitical issues lie at the center …

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Flat lenses enabled by Nanotechnology to replace lenses in devices, from microscopes to displays and cameras in cell phones

A classical lens made of plastic or glass has a curved shape that bends the path of incoming light toward a single focal point on a piece of photographic film or an electronic sensor. This is because light travels faster through the thinner glass at the edges of the lens …

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