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Emerging Deep-space Microsatellites and CubeSats requirements

Since the introduction of the CubeSat standard in the early 2000s, there has been a proliferation of nano-/small microsatellites in low Earth orbit, with 100–300 or more launched annually and at a growing rate (according to reports from SpaceWorks and Euroconsult). CubeSats have reduced entry-level costs for space missions in …

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Growing Cyber threat on supply chains and Defense Industrial Base (DIB) require Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM)

In its simplest form a supply chain is the activities required by the organisation to deliver goods or services to the consumer. A supply chain can take on the form of a product based supply chain or that of a service, where services come together to offer an overall customer …

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DARPA ReSource converting military waste into useful products

Over the past decades, global plastic production and consumption have witnessed a meteoric rise. Plastic is durable, easy to produce, lightweight, unbreakable, odourless, and chemically resistant. Its low manufacturing cost and durability are the two main factors responsible for the industry’s rapid growth. A so-called wonder product of the twentieth …

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Russia & China Strategic partnership now expanded to aerospace, military and cyber, posing threat to US and allies

Russia has asked China for military equipment since its Feb. 2022 invasion of Ukraine, the Financial Times and Washington Post reported, citing U.S. officials. Russia, which calls its action in Ukraine a “special operation,” and China have tightened cooperation as they have come under strong Western pressure over human rights …

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Australia Defence strategy to meet China Challenge and ensure Nation’s Security

Tensions between Australia and its biggest trading partner, China, drastically deteriorated in 2020 when Prime Minister Scott Morrison called for an independent inquiry into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic. Australia provides many of the commodities on which China’s industry relies.  The main item is iron ore, which fuels China’s …

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DARPA Quantum Apertures (QA) developing employing Rydberg atoms for military electronic warfare, radar, and communications.

The world, say many experts, is on the verge of a second quantum revolution. Many scientists believe that quantum will enjoy its first real commercial success in sensing. That’s because sensing can take advantage of the very characteristic that makes building a quantum computer so difficult: the extraordinary sensitivity of …

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Electronic Components Market

An electronic components is a physical entity in an electronic device that is used to affect the electronic field. Electronic components are categorized into two types i.e. active components and passive components. Active electronic components are used to produce energy in the form of voltage, whereas passive electronic components are used …

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Standoff Detection Technologies for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Defense

Today, CBRN incidents are some of the most frightening threats faced by society. In 1995, a Japanese cult released sarin nerve gas in the Tokyo subway. Thirteen people were killed and more than 2,000 injured. Syrian government forces are suspected of carrying out dozens of horrific attacks with chlorine and other chemical …

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Artificial Intelligence for Early Warning Intelligence and effective response for CBRN threats

The threats of chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive (CBRNE) hazards continue to advance. CBRN weapons are some of the most indiscriminate and deadly weapons in existence today, with capability to affect large population in wide geographical area and in short time. The release of Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear …

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Neural and tensor holography enables realistic 3D holographic images in virtual and augmented reality headsets

Virtual reality headsets have gained tremendous popularity. However, one common problem tends to occur— the headsets can make users feel sick. Nausea can be experienced because users’ eyes are being tricked into seeing a 3D scene, when, in fact, they are staring at a 2D fixed-distance display. One possible solution …

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