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Global air pollution threat requires IoT-based Air quality monitoring solutions

Atmospheric conditions continue to deteriorate each year due to the growth of civilization and increasing unclean emissions from industries and automobiles. Although air is an indispensable resource for life, many people are indifferent to the severity of air pollution or have only recently recognized the problem.   According to the …

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New processes Implementation and improvements

A process can be defined as a sequence of steps that produce the desired outcome. Defined and documented processes also ensure consistent outcomes. Logbooks are completed the same way, no matter who makes the entry. Invoices are processed correctly and completely, regardless of who handles them. Continuous improvement is an ongoing effort …

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DARPA MINT developing long-lasting and high-performance solid-state batteries that power everything in US DOD

Persistent battery power and anti-corrosion coatings are key to sustaining military operations. Batteries power everything from tactical radios and handheld devices to unmanned systems. Protective coatings shield flight surfaces, rotor blades, and ship hulls from corrosion caused by humidity, sand, and saltwater. A challenge to creating more persistent batteries and …

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USSOCOM Special Operations Forces technology requirements to support counterterrorism, crisis response to high-end conflicts

Special operations (S.O.) are military, law enforcement or intelligence operations that are “special” or unconventional and carried out by dedicated special forces and other special operations forces units using unconventional methods and resources. Special operations may be performed independently, or in conjunction with conventional military operations. The primary goal is …

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AI in Project Management

A project comprises a series of tasks designed to meet a specific objective. It can be developing a new product/service, constructing a bridge or building, house renovation, upgrading the data system, implementing new business, etc. All business people want to find a way to manage their projects effectively to boost …

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Russia Electronic Warfare edge with wide range of offensive and defensive Airborne, UAV and ground based battle hardened electronic warfare system

Electronic warfare often deals with degrading the enemy’s sensors including radar, navigation and guidance systems, communications, electro-optics and weapons systems among others.  It is used against artillery, fighter jets, cruise missiles, drones and more. This can involve jamming a smart missile so that it shoots off in the wrong direction, …

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US Military, the world’s largest polluter is implementing energy security strategy reducing future resource risk and increasing mission assurance

In the domain of defense, energy has the potential to be both an enabler of hard power but also, via denial, arguably itself to be a weapon of war. Energy enables nearly everything the military does, and the primary objective is mission assurance and decisive advantage on the battlefield.  Energy security …

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DARPA ICEMAN to protect Military pilots from cognitive degradation from operational and High power microwave weapons

Military pilots often report cognitive performance challenges during flight operations. Many have reported experiences with spatial disorientation (SD), in which the pilot’s perception of aircraft position, motion, altitude, or attitude does not correspond to reality. SD has posed a significant problem to military pilots and continues to be a challenge today. …

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Green Energetic Materials and Munitions technologies with enhanced environmental and occupational safety

Energetic materials and munitions are used across DoD in mission critical applications such as rockets, missiles, ammunition, and pyrotechnic devices. In these applications, energetic materials and munitions must perform as designed to ensure success in both training and combat operations.   In these applications, energetic materials and munitions must perform …

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US Navy’s Ship’s Signals Exploitation Equipment (SSEE)

Signals intelligence (SIGINT) is intelligence-gathering by interception of signals, whether communications between people (communications intelligence—abbreviated to COMINT) or from electronic signals not directly used in communication (electronic intelligence—abbreviated to ELINT).   The abbreviation SIGINT – Signals Intelligence – stands for collecting and analyzing of information from radar- and radio-signals. Because …

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