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DARPA JUMP creating next generation microelectronics for dominance in future Battlefield Internet of Things

DARPA pursues game-changing technologies and capabilities in a way that provides a surprising advantage for U.S. and Allied warfighters and at a much faster pace than the state of the art. DARPA’s work with the Services and other agencies aims to meet not just known but as-yet unrecognized needs and …

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DARPA EEI is Nurturing the Innovation Base

DARPA pursues game-changing technologies and capabilities in a way that provides a surprising advantage for U.S. and Allied warfighters and at a much faster pace than the state of the art. DARPA’s work with the Services and other agencies aims to meet not just known but as-yet unrecognized needs and …

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Crowdsourcing to accelerate development of Innovative and disruptive technologies and Military innovation

Innovation crowdsourcing is a business practice that engages the crowds with the goal of generating ideas and co-creating solutions within an end-to-end innovation process. This practice does not actually outsource innovation activities but connects teams with multiple knowledge sources to deliver better innovation results. The crowd can consist of employees, …

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Growing cyber attacks require Organization Incident response plan

The accelerating pace of digitalisation, fuelled by the COVID-19 pandemic, has led to a record-breaking year for cybercrime with ransomware attacks rising 151 per cent in 2021, and an average of 270 cyberattacks per organisation being faced, a new study showed in Jan 2022.   The World Economic Forum’s ‘Global …

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Automated test and measurement (ATE) for lifesaving, mission-critical, and safety-critical electronics of Defense and Aerospace Systems

The aerospace and defense industry is one of the most massive, and multibillion-dollar industries in operation. This calls for the electronics and technology used in this industry need running at 100% efficiency level to make sure that the equipment doesn’t malfunction and get damaged or provide lower utility than it …

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Critical Infrastructure Protection Market

Networked technologies touch every corner of the globe and every facet of human life. They have driven innovation, nurtured freedoms, and spurred economic prosperity. Even so, the very technologies that enable these benefits offer new opportunities for malicious and unwanted cyber activities. Cyber-attacks are continuously growing in size and breadth, targeting …

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New Radiation-hardened electronics enable military small satellites in Low Earth Orbit (LEO) to deep space missions

There has been rapid growth in New Space applications like small satellites (small sats) and Low Earth Orbit (LEO) mega constellations or satellite swarms. The increased U.S. investment in military space is driving growth in classified and unclassified applications.   The Satellite has a large number of electronic systems and …

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Implementing AS9100 Quality Standard for Aviation, Space and Defense products and services

Quality standards are defined as documents that provide requirements, specifications, guidelines, or characteristics that can be used consistently to ensure that materials, products, processes, and services are fit for their purpose. Standards provide organizations with the shared vision, understanding, procedures, and vocabulary needed to meet the expectations of their stakeholders. Because …

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Aircraft Airworthiness, Certification Requirements, processes and tests

Every Aircraft that moves from the designed and manufactured state into an accepted and authorized safe flying state requires certification.  Any new aircraft designed by a manufacturer will need to be submitted to appropriate regulatory authorities for testing for a type certificate. In the US this is the FAA (Federal …

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Global Space Situational Awareness (SSA) Market

There has been 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 & over 1,000 smallsat launches per year is forecasted going forwards. In addition to polluting space, space junk it poses risks for safely …

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