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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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The Synthetic biology infrastructure will drive development of cloud based synthetic biology “apps”, and biology-as-a-service

Synthetic biology is the application of science, technology and engineering to facilitate and accelerate the design, manufacture and/or modification of genetic materials in living organisms, as defined by the European Commission. It envisions the redesign of natural biological systems for greater efficiency, as well as create new organisms as well as …

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Smart Textiles Market

Clothing has been one of the three basic human needs since the beginning of our species. From clothing purpose the use of textile has progressively extended to household and domestic applications. The textile was also used for technical applications such as sailcloth, tent, protective garments, ropes, etc., which leveraged the …

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Biophotonics play key role in Radiology, personalized medicine, environment sensing, chemical and biological sensors

Biophotonic is an interdisciplinary field that covers the interaction between light (electromagnetic radiation) and biological materials such as subcellular structures, cells, tissues, and molecules in living organisms. It holds potential  to address important societal challenges, including in human health through the development of medical devices for the management of human …

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Nanocoatings provide multiple functionalities in the aerospace, defense, medical, and marine applications

Nanotechnology is an industry that has recently begun to offer breakthrough solutions to the world. The incorporation of nanomaterials into thin films, coatings and surfaces leads to new functionalities, completely innovative characteristics and the possibility to achieve multi-functional coatings and smart coatings. The use of nanomaterials also results in performance enhancements …

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Military CNS Technology growth

CNS (Communication, Navigation, and Surveillance) comprises a vast portfolio of electronic components and technologies utilized for communication, navigation, and surveillance, which are offered under a single platform. Communication comprises tactical wireless headset; personal radio; field digital switchboard; field telephones; HF, VHF, and UH-combat net radios; and antenna multi-couplers; among others. …

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3D Radars for Counter stealth Aircraft, Counter Unmanned Aircraft Systems (C-UAS) to Air and Missile defence systems

Radar, electromagnetic sensor used for detecting, locating, tracking, and recognizing objects of various kinds at considerable distances. It operates by transmitting electromagnetic energy toward objects, commonly referred to as targets, and observing the echoes returned from them.  Energy is emitted in various frequencies and wavelengths from large wavelength radio waves to …

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Requirements development and analysis, Requirements Verification & Validation critical for Military acquisition

Requirements development is paramount to successful acquisition outcomes. Properly developed requirements enhance competition, ensure sound business strategies, provide the basis for realistic Government estimates, mitigate requirements creep, and help the Department to meet critical acquisition timelines. Systems Analysis of weapon system requirements projected by services may contribute immensely in reducing …

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Amid China’s military quantum lead, US declares quantum as a “critical technology” and launches National Quantum Initiative

The quest for quantum computing supremacy is a geopolitical priority for Europe, China, Canada, Australia and the United States. Boston Consulting Group’s 2018 report that estimates a quantum computing market of nearing $60 billion in 2035, which would grow further to $295 billion in 2050, which explains why nations, corporates and …

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