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Advanced Armor materials enhance soldiers survivability by decreasing weight while increasing the level of protection

The wearing of body armour  provide troops an unparalleled advantage on the battlefield, improving survivability and reducing casualtiesis. It has also been very effective in reducing injuries and fatalities within the police force and correctional services.   Body armor for soldiers is designed to protect them from a variety of …

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DARPA N3 developed Nonsurgical Brain Machine Interfaces for soldiers to use their thoughts alone to control multiple unmanned vehicles or a bomb disposal robot on battlefield

The brain-computer interface (BCI) allows people to use their thoughts to control not only themselves, but the world around them. BCI enables a bidirectional communication between a brain and an external device, bidirectional generally includes direct neural readout and feedback and direct neural write-in.   Over the past two decades, …

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DARPA A-Teams, CAML & ADAPT programs developing efficient Agile Human-Machine Teams to execute battlefield, cyber and electronic warfare missions

The prime aim of US third offset strategy, announced in November 2014,  was to develop effective strateges against multiple potential competitors, from small regional states like North Korea and Iran, to large advanced states like Russia and China, to non-state adversaries and actors with advanced capabilities. In response to third …

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US Army’s JUDI is employing Conversational AI to imrpove soldier-robot interaction for Manned-unmanned teaming (MUM-T)

Since fully autonomous UAS are still far off, the  US Army has developed concept of Manned-unmanned teaming (MUM-T)  for operation in A2/AD environments. Through MUM-T operations they expect to combine the strengths of manned and unmanned  platform to increase situational awareness, allowing the armed forces to conduct operations that include …

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US Army developing Manned-Unmanned Teaming ( MUM-T ) technologies in multiple domains for operation in A2/AD environments

US military is facing increasingly Anti-access /Area denial environment, a set of overlapping military capabilities and operations designed to slow the deployment of U.S. forces to a region, reduce the tempo of those forces once there, and deny the freedom of action necessary to achieve military objectives . Unmanned Air …

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Military Batteries need to be Lightweight, long-lasting, fast, field-rechargeable batteries, rugged and safety critical for mission success

Batteries are critical for military missions since mission success and soldiers’ lives often depend directly on a military battery’s performance.  “Batteries enable radio communication among combat squad members and field headquarters. They provide the power to obtain accurate location data essential for maneuver and combat air support. Laser range finders …

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Helicopter Pilots require Digital Night Vision Tech for Night Operations

Pilots rely more on vision than on any other sense to orient  themselves in flight. The visual sense is especially important in collision avoidance and depth perception. A pilot’s vision sensors are the eyes generally are most accurate and reliable sense, even though they are not perfect in the way …

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Global military textile demand , military requirements, technology trends, and large Market growth depending on testing as per Mil-specs

Operation of Armed Forces personnel in harsh military terrains for extended tenure period necessitates protection from elements and battle hazards. Harsh military terrains exert profound effects on the physical and physiological performance of the soldiers and can impart serious health hazards on inadequately protected soldiers resulting in mission failure and …

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Nanotechnology based smart textiles protects against chem, bio agents and also initiate movement in response to a stimulus

Wearable electronic textiles (e-textiles) have become a focus of significant research interest due to their potential applications in sportswear, military uniforms, environmental monitoring and health care.   Smart textiles are defined as textiles that can sense and react to environmental conditions or stimuli, from mechanical, thermal, magnetic, chemical, electrical, or other …

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Nanotechnology for Bulletproof and Armor Materials

In order to defeat a threat, armor systems are designed to: deform/deflect the threat; dissipate energy; and prevent residual debris penetration. Most anti-ballistic materials used in bullet-proof jackets or explosion-proof blankets are made of Kevlar, Twaron or Dyneema fibers, which stop bullets from penetrating the surface by spreading and absorbing …

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