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Industry preparing for Post Quantum or Quantum proof cryptography as Quantum computers threaten global communication digital infrastructure

Cryptography is a vital part of cybersecurity. Security properties like confidentiality, integrity, authentication, non-repudiation rely on strong cryptographic mechanisms, especially in an always connected, always online world. In addition, cryptography’s applications open up new opportunities and markets: digital signatures or online transactions would not be possible without it.   Quantum …

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US Army Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle (OMFV) programme to replace its M-2 Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV)

The M-2 Bradley is an Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV) used to transport infantry on the battlefield and provide fire support to dismounted troops and suppress or destroy enemy fighting vehicles. The M-2 has a crew of three—commander, gunner, and driver—and carries seven fully equipped infantry soldiers. M-2 Bradley IFVs are …

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Military Rugged Display

Displays are everywhere in the 21st century military — from the one-inch-square displays on soldiers’ helmets, to four-inch displays on crowded control panels, to 20-inch panels in tactical operations centers.   The industries such as manufacturers, military, and others are using rugged displays for the monitoring of their operations and …

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Synthetic Diamond is new strategic material for Industrial, Electronics, Quantum, Power, Defense and Aerospace applications

Synthetic diamonds or Lab created diamonds  are those that are produced in an unnatural way emulating the conditions in which natural diamonds are created. Synthetic diamond, man-made diamond that is usually produced by subjecting graphite to very high temperatures and pressures. These diamonds are chemically identical to natural diamonds (carbon) …

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Militaries develop largest transport aircraft or military cargo aircraft to airlift troops and military equipment to support military operations.

Military transport aircraft or military cargo aircraft are used to airlift troops and military equipment to support military operations. Air transport provides a military commander with the capability to deploy, employ and re-deploy forces and equipment quickly and over considerable distances, sustain those forces and support effective application of their …

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US still dominating the global arms exports, while China has replaced Russia to emerge as the world’s second-largest arms producer, as per a report by SIPRI

New data from SIPRI’s Arms Industry Database shows that arms sales by the world’s 25 largest arms-producing and military services companies (arms companies) totalled US$361 billion in 2019. This represents an 8.5 per cent increase in real terms over the arms sales of the top 25 arms companies in 2018. Among …

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Military Satellite Industry, Market and technology trends

A communications satellite is an artificial satellite that relays and amplifies radio telecommunications signals via a transponder; it creates a communication channel between a source transmitter and a receiver at different locations on Earth. Satellite communications networks consist of user terminals, satellites and a ground network that provides control and …

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Global Marine Hybrid propulsion market growth and industry

Marine transport is the backbone of international trade. As per the data revealed by the International Chamber of Shipping based in United Kingdom, nearly 90% of the total volume of merchandise trade occurs via sea route owing to its low cost compared to other mode of transports such as rail …

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Vertical take-off and landing (V/STOL) aircraft race for future A2/AD environment and Urban Warfare

Airplanes have revolutionized long-distance transportation allowing  people to cross continents and oceans quickly, safely, and relatively cheaply. They have changed the meaning of warfare and were an important stepping stone into space. However, conventional aircraft require long runways for both take-off and landing are classified as CTOL ( Conventional Take-off …

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The rise of Silicon Valley’s worldwide in many countries including UK, Japan, Israel, China and India

Silicon Valley is the world’s top tech hub today. With a $128,308 per capita in the annual gross domestic product (GDP-PPP), if Silicon Valley were a country, it would be the second wealthiest in the world behind Qatar. Silicon Valley is home to major tech companies such as Google, Apple, …

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