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Cyberbiosecurity threats, vulnerabilites and cyberbiosecurity technologies

The life sciences now interface broadly with information technology (IT) through its industrial applications in health care, agriculture, manufacturing, automation, artificial intelligence, and synthetic biology. The information moves between living and cyber systems in a two-way flow.   Global public health crises create conditions of extreme fragility where dual-use technologies …

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Rocket and Missile system

The rocket and missile systems, are any of a variety of weapons systems that deliver explosive warheads to their targets by means of rocket propulsion.   The rocket propulsion is a unique member of the family of jet-propulsion engines that includes turbojet, pulse-jet, and ramjet systems. The rocket engine is …

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Missile Structures and Materials

In military terminology,  a missile is a guided airborne ranged weapon capable of self-propelled flight usually by a jet engine or rocket motor. Missiles have five system components: targeting, guidance system, flight system, engine, and warhead. Missiles come in types adapted for different purposes: surface-to-surface and air-to-surface missiles (ballistic, cruise, …

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Military optronics surveillance & sighting systems

Optronics, surveillance and sighting systems allow defence forces to effectively locate, track, observe and engage a range of targets in land, airborne and maritime warfare domains both during daylight and after dark. These military-grade systems play a vital role in border security, base protection, patrol and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) missions.    Unmanned systems have become an integral part of military forces worldwide, …

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Cyber attacks on Power Grids and Nuclear plants will have devastate economy affecting millions of people and military operations

Energy sector has become one of the attractive targets for cyber attackers. Hackers already target the energy sector more than any other part of U.S. critical infrastructure, according to the most recent government report. There are more reported cyber incidents in the energy industry than in healthcare, finance, transportation, water …

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DARPA RCM building Resilience into Chemical Manufacturing from supply chain disruptions.

The United States relies on chemical manufacturing to provide products ranging from everyday consumer goods (plastics, fabrics, adhesives, paints) to cutting edge technologies (medicines, electronic materials), industrial goods (dyes, pesticides) and military supplies (fuels, explosives). While many high-volume, petroleum-derived chemical feedstocks are produced domestically, much of the fine chemical manufacturing …

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Additive Manufacturing (AM)

Artificial intelligence (AI) and additive manufacturing (AM) are both disruptive new technologies. AI has entered many aspects of our lives, but has not been fully realized in the world of AM. Because of the vast amount of data and the digital nature of the technology, AM offers tremendous opportunities in …

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Ultra-Wideband Underwater Backscatter via Piezoelectric Metamaterials

Researchers are developing the Internet of Underwater Things (IoUT), a worldwide network of smart interconnected underwater objects that would transmit data from existing and planned roaming, autonomous vehicles, and underwater sensor networks to networks above the surface in real-time.   DARPA launched the “Ocean of Things” program in 2017 to …

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DARPA SCEPTER

Militaries are facing complex operational and tactical environments such as the increasing challenge of non-state/lone actors; persistent rapid technological development along with its broad availability via the internet; and the advent and expansion of new domains of possible threat such as information systems, space, cyberspace, electronic warfare, and autonomous weapons. …

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Growing Cyber threats to commercial aviation require cyber risk management, and resilient systems

Cyber attacks are growing in number and sophistication affecting large corporations, critical infrastructures of all kinds, governments to SMEs, and increasingly the aviation industry.   Commercial aviation plays a central role in our daily lives and is an essential part of the national economy. The number of passengers rose from …

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