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DARPA’s SAHARA to automate Structured ASICs production and enhance their security for defense electronic systems

Time to market demand has forced integrated circuit design, manufacturing and testing to be done at different places across globe. This approach has led to numerous security concerns like overbuilding of chips from foundries, IP protection, counterfeiting and hardware Trojans. Hardware Trojans (HT), which are malicious circuit inclusions into the …

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UK Space Agency’s National Space Technology Programme (NSTP) to boost space innovation

The UK has a thriving space industry that generates an income of £14.8 billion [$20.57 billion] each year. The UK Space Agency’s aim is to drive growth into the UK economy by supporting the development of space technology and skills, as embodied in the UK Space, Innovation and Growth Strategy (Space …

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DARPA Toolbox Initiative to Accelerate Technology Innovation by providing performers easy, low-cost, scalable access to state-of-the-art tools and intellectual property (IP)

As the world continues to change and advance at a rapid pace, the need for continuous innovation has never been greater. DARPA’s open innovation model leverages the expertise and novel ideation found in large and small businesses, government organizations, and academic institutions. However, resource constraints across these organizations can limit …

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Rising Stealth coating market with Rising applications in military weapons, submarines, and vehicles

Stealth technology has proven to be one of the effective approaches to enhance the survivability of Aircrafts. Aircraft/helicopter designers are making them stealthier by reducing their signatures; viz. visual, aural, infrared (IR), and RADAR cross section. Advancements in stealth technologies, as demonstrated by the very low RCS of stealth aircraft …

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Electric motors technology enabling profound improvements on electric vehicles performance

Aviation accounts for 2% of global carbon emissions, with more than half of that contributed by international flights. In 2018, aviation contributed 2.4% of human-generated CO2 emissions worldwide. The need to reduce gas emissions, optimize aircraft performance, decrease operating and maintenance costs, is pushing the aircraft industry to progress towards …

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Worldwide Race to 4th industrial revolution, Industry 4.0 between Germany, US , Japan, China and India, China extends it to aerospace and defence

The first industrial revolution began in the 18th century when the power of the steam engine was harnessed and manufacturing first became mechanized. The Second used electric power and the assembly line mass production using the conveyor belts. The Third used electronics,  memory-programmable controls, computers and information technology to automate …

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Amid North Korea’s threat, South Korea plans becoming more self-reliant in military by building and selling it’s own weapons

North Korea launched a series of short-range missiles in March, marking its first missile tests in 2020 and signaling Pyongyang’s intent to follow through with leader Kim Jong Un’s promise to possess a “new strategic weapon” in the near future. In his 2021 address to members, Mr Kim had pledged …

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Indian MSMEs and Startups boosting innovation in defence and military preparedness

India’s security threats range from ‘two-and-a-half’ front war comprising of coordinated aggression by Pakistan in the West, China in the North and internal insurgencies in J&K, North East and Maoist/Naxalite violence, growing Chinese Navy activities in the Indian Ocean and COVID-19 pandemic. India shares a 3,323km land border with Pakistan, and an even …

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UK implementing National Strategy of Quantum Technology to become Global Leader in future Quantum industry

The demand for quantum technologies is being driven by large and significant societal challenges, including the need to build in more inhospitable places, for greater security around information and transactions, for better medicines and therapies, and to counter cyber terrorism. Technologies that will allow fire crews to see through smoke …

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2D nanomaterial technologies for high speed electronics, to military surveillance, energy storage devices, armors and weapon systems.

Many alternatives to silicon are being developed, as it is believed that silicon transistors will reach their technological limits. 2-Dimensional materials are a class of nanomaterials defined by their property of being merely one or two atoms thick. Electrons in these materials are free to move in the two-dimensional plane, …

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