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Beyond CMOS or More Moore technologies to power Next Generation Computers, communications, industrial and Defense Systems

In 1965 R&D Director at Fairchild (and later Intel co-founder) Gordon Moore predicted continued systemic declines in cost and increase in performance of integrated circuits in his paper “Cramming more components onto integrated circuits.”Moore’s Law which stated that the number of transistors on a chip will double approximately every two …

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US DOD launch new innovation models and initiatives to sustain and advance America’s military dominance for the 21st century

Decades of innovation — driven almost entirely by DoD and the Defense Industrial Base — have kept the United States at the forefront of modern military capability.  Further the free-market structure of the economy, vibrant venture capital ecosystems, world-class universities, and government support of R&D were other dominant factors combined …

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Quantum Gravity Sensor technology advancing for oil, gas and mineral exploration, resilient maritime navigation to brain mapping

Quantum sensors are measuring device that takes advantage of quantum correlations, such as states in a quantum superposition or entanglement, for better sensitivity and resolution than can be obtained by classical systems.  QP will boost the capabilities of all sorts of sensory devices, such as gravimeters, which are used to …

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NIST Cybersecurity Framework Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity by managing it’s cyber risks

Cybersecurity Ventures predicts cybercrime will cost the world in excess of $6 trillion annually by 2021, up from $3 trillion in 2015. The NIST Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity, commonly referred to as the NIST Cybersecurity Framework (CSF), provides private sector organizations with a structure for assessing and improving …

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Industry developing security solutions like Hardware security module (HSM) for secure military unmanned platforms, sensors, and communication devices

Hardware Trojans (HT), which are malicious circuit inclusions into the design from an adversary with an intention to damage the functionality of the chip at a much later date or leaking confidential information like keys used in cryptography. Time to market demand has forced integrated circuit design, manufacturing and testing …

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Countries accelerating the transfer of military technology to commercial sector through accelerators and military-civilian integration

Many commercial technologies we use today can be traced to military from aircrafts to nuclear power, from semiconductors to computers. Duct tape was invented to protect ammunition cases from water during World War II. The internet grew out of a military research project. Navigation devices, such as Google Maps, rely on …

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US DOD adapts commercial 4G LTE Advanced technology for mission command data, imagery and streaming video to battlefield

As the capabilities of commercial wireless systems and technology is advancing  exponentially, the technology gap between them and the military tactical communications systems is widening.   Huge product-oriented investments and standardization efforts by the commercial telecommunications  industry has enabled 4G wireless along with the global standard, Long Term Evolution (LTE) to achieve peak data rate capabilities approximately ten times …

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AI/ML industry starting with Google’s TensorFlow has introduced numerous open source libraries and frameworks

In mathematics, a tensor is an algebraic object that describes a linear mapping from one set of algebraic objects to another. According to Ars Technica, “Basically, a tensor is a matrix of equations, instead of a matrix of pure numbers. Tensor mathematics is the manipulation of these equation matrices as …

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DARPA GAPS program developing hardware and software architectures that can provide physical security like air-gaps

Today, modern computing systems are incapable of creating sufficient security protections such that they can be trusted with the most sensitive data while simultaneously being exposed to untrusted data streams.” “Therefore, for the most sensitive computing systems, [the Department of Defense] and commercial industry have in certain places adopted a …

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Structural electronics to disrupt the automotive and aerospace sectors by replacing dumb components with smart materials, smart skin, load-bearing parts, and e-textiles

The term, structural electronics (SE), refers to a next-generation based electronics technology, which involves the printing of functional electronic circuitries, across irregular-shaped architectures. SE is expected to replace bulky load-bearing structures within a circuitry with smart electronic components that can conform to complex shapes for ensuring optimum space utilization. SE …

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