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US Army’s Digital Transformation Strategy

The U.S. Army defends and serves our nation by land, sea and air, protecting our nation’s most vital interests. Today that mission requires new, innovative capabilities to enable national security and defense strategies, primarily because the modern battlespace has adversaries waging information technology wars. Therefore, the Army’s modernization strategy identified …

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India Space sector reforms, NSIL, IN-SPACe and ISpA to spur commercial and military innovation

The Space Industry is emerging as one of the most lucrative industry globally. The Space Industry, is valued at US$ 360 billion in 2018, is projected grow at a CAGR of 5.6%, to value US$ 558 billion by 2026. Demand for nano-satellites and re-usable launch vehicle systems is anticipated to …

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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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Cyber Moonshot and Accelerating Security of Systems with Emerging Technologies (ASSET)

The nation’s critical infrastructure is increasingly dependent on the Internet, while cybersecurity attacks are on the rise. Cybersecurity threats are becoming more frequent, more sophisticated, and more destructive—gradually eroding society’s trust in digital infrastructure. As technology continues to advance and every facet of daily life becomes increasingly interconnected, both the …

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Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2) for Integrated and Networked Multidomain capability

The future operating environment articulated by the NDS, the NDS Commission, and other sources describe how potential adversaries have developed sophisticated anti-access/area denial (A2/AD) capabilities. These capabilities include electronic warfare, cyber weapons, long-range missiles, and advanced air defenses. U.S. competitors have pursued A2/AD capabilities as a means of countering traditional …

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Threat of Biological warfare, Bioterrorism and Bio accidents requires comprehensive Biodefense strategy

Naturally occurring threats such as influenza, Ebola, and Chikungunya are bypassing borders to emerge in nations oceans away, and exact a continued toll. The Pandemic and highly pathogenic influenzas challenge the globe every year and result in the loss of thousands of human and frequently millions of animal lives, respectively. …

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NATO collaboration, cyber doctrine and command, enhancing Deterrence and cyber defense capabilities amid Russian and Chinese Cyber Warfare Threat

NATO has been accusing Russia, Iran and North Korea, among others, for carrying out cyber attacks  targeting US and Europe  with increasing activity with growing sophistication – although all have and continue to deny the accusations. In April 2018, US and UK issued a joint warning about the activities of Russia …

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UK Cyber Security Strategy emphasizes Defence , Deterrence and Cyber technology development

The rapid development of digitalized services and online shopping in the UK has been paralleled with significant growth in cybercrime, leading to greater spending on security in public and private sectors. Organizations’ IT footprints have also become increasingly complex, driving demand for more sophisticated and bespoke cyber solutions.   There …

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System of System’s (SOS) engineering for Integrated and Joint defence capability planning, Acquisition and development of Defense System of Systems (SOS)

Systems Engineering (SE) is defined as the process by which a customer’s needs are satisfied through the conceptualization, design, modeling, testing, implementation, and operation of a working system. Today, engineers and developers have fairly well codified the processes and techniques for building large, complex systems, and when executed properly, resulting …

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US DOD’s DIU accelerating DOD adoption of commercial technologies, transformation of military capacity and capability and strengthen the national security innovation base

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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