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DARPA ECHO program testing epigenome or DNA changes for tracking exposure to threat agents, weapons of mass destruction (WMD) on Battlefield

DARPA’s role and investments in defense-related research and development (R&D), including biological defense, has potential significance for the science and technology available to address the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic and any future biological threats. In 2018, the  Biological Technologies Office (BTO) of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) …

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Cyber threats to critical Infrastructure (CII) require Effective Cyber Incident Response plan at National level

Networked technologies touch every corner of the globe and every facet of human life. They have driven innovation, nurtured freedoms, and spurred economic prosperity. Even so, the very technologies that enable these benefits offer new opportunities for malicious and unwanted cyber activities.   Cyber-attacks are continuously growing in size and …

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Army Network Modernization to provide secure communications for situational awareness and tactical combat targeting information to execute missions safely and successfully

Adversaries are increasingly utilizing the proliferation of sophisticated commercial communications and information technology (IT) on the battlefield allowing them to leverage advanced wireless technology like 5G and smartphones while actively moving in ground vehicles. They are also able to execute cyber and electronic warfare attacks in tactical settings that can …

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DARPA GRYPHON developing high-performance microwave frequency source based on integrated photonics

In our information society, the synthesis, distribution, and processing of radio and microwave signals are ubiquitous in wireless networks, telecommunications, and radars. The current tendency is to use carriers in higher frequency bands, especially with looming bandwidth bottlenecks due to demands for e.g. 5G and the “Internet of Things.” “Microwave …

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Foliage penetration Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR)

Situation awareness and accurate target identification are critical requirements both for security forces engaged in counterterrorism operations. Ground, airborne and space-borne radars and EO sensors have proved to be of great utility in detection, tracking, and imaging of vehicles to high-speed fighter aircraft,   locating mortars and artillery,  over the horizon …

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Metal 3D Printing

Additive manufacturing (AM), broadly known as 3D printing, is transforming how products are designed, produced, and serviced. AM enables on-demand production without dedicated equipment or tooling, unlocks digital design tools, and offers breakthrough performance and unparalleled flexibility across industries.   Metal 3D printing is considered the apex of all 3D …

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Militaries develop AI and machine learning enabled cognitive communications, Intelligence gathering and electronic warfare systems

Electronic warfare (EW) is one of the crucial aspects of modern warfare. EW receivers are passive systems that receive emission from various platforms that operate in the relative vicinity. The received signals are typically analyzed to obtain valuable information about characteristics and intentions of various elements that are presented in …

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Autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) technologies for surveillance, and anti-submarine warfare missions

An autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) is a robot that travels underwater without requiring input from an operator. AUVs constitute part of a larger group of undersea systems known as unmanned underwater vehicles, a classification that includes non-autonomous remotely operated underwater vehicles (ROVs) – controlled and powered from the surface by …

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Hybrid marine propulsion system technology for smart ships

Marine propulsion is the mechanism or system used to generate thrust to move a ship or boat across water. At present, 90% of the sea-going naval ship are diesel-powered. To achieve the safe upper limit for global warming of 1.5 degrees Celsius, ‘all ships designed and built today must operate in …

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Opportunities and Challenges of applying AI/ML & Deep Learning technologies in Military and Cyber Security

Many nations are racing to achieve a global innovation advantage in artificial intelligence (AI) because they understand that AI is a foundational technology that can boost competitiveness, increase productivity, protect national security, and help solve societal challenges. Nations wherein firms fail to develop successful AI products or services are at …

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