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Neurotechnology race to develop Brain Computer Interface (BCI) to reduce soldier’s cognitive load and controlling multiple military robots with speed of thought

Neurotechnology is an umbrella term for a range of technologies which interact directly with the brain or nervous system. This can include systems which passively scan, map or interpret brain activity, or systems which actively influence the state of the brain or nervous system.   Governments and the private sector …

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Ultra-High Temperature Materials (UHTM & UHTC) critical for Jet Engines, Space planes and Hypersonic Missiles

There is growing interest in developing ultrahigh temperature materials (UHTM). These are materials with a temperature capability greater than 1650 °C and able to withstand extreme erosive/corrosive environments. Interest in high-temperature ceramic phases has been growing in recent years, with significant ongoing research programmes in many countries across the world. …

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Artificial-Intelligence Race among Countries to strengthen economy, solve societal challenge and transform industries

Artificial intelligence (AI) term was coined by John McCarthy, defined it as “the science and engineering of making intelligent machines”. The field was founded on the claim that a central property of humans, intelligence can be so precisely described that a machine can be made to simulate it. The general …

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Russia developing range of large, small, and mid-sized stealthy drones, closing the gap with US, Israel and China

The US and Israel are universally recognized leaders in the development and use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) or drones. Thousands of American and Israeli UAVs are operating across the world daily. China is already world’s largest producer of UAVs and is working on taking on a greater share in …

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Hyperspectral satellites for remote sensing of submarines, improvised explosive devices (IEDs) to chemical attacks

The Earth observation sector continues to evolve at a fast pace. With rapidly falling costs, reductions in risk, and new launch technologies, there has been a surge of new satellites and capabilities entering the commercial market. Multiple low-cost satellite constellations, both optical and synthetic aperture radar, are being launched to …

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Civil military integration strategy boosts Dual use technologies to foster Military innovation

Historically and during the cold war military technology programs drove many commercial successes like Nuclear power, GPS, Internet, Computers, Jet Engines, semiconductor and integrated circuits, and these were driven by Department of Defense’s comprehensive and well-resourced investment plans.   The internet grew out of a military research project.  Global Positioning System …

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Military Industrial Complex influences policy for initiating Global conflicts and continuing wars

Total global military expenditure rose to $1981 billion in 2020, an increase of 2.6 per cent in real terms from 2019, according to new data published today by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). The five biggest spenders in 2020, which together accounted for 62 per cent of global military expenditure, …

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Space Situational Awareness capability critical with rising Space Warfare threat

There has been an exponential growth of space objects, including orbital debris that has increased the in-orbit collision risk. In the year 2019 alone, 385 smallsats were launched reaching a value close to 2900 in mid-2020 and still rapidly increasing. Moreover, taking into account all the applications filed by satellite …

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