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- Re-coding soldier performance: new issue of Global Defence Technology out now
- UK MOD invites proposals for development of autonomous UUV
- Finding enemy radars by Moonlight
- Jamaica buys Thales’ maritime surveillance technology to boost security
- Opinion: making cybersecurity collaboration work on a global scale
US Navy performs Aegis Virtual Twin system’s first live-fire engagement
The new Aegis Virtual Twin system has completed the first live-fire engagement on the US Navy’s Arleigh Burke-class destroyer USS Thomas Hudner (DDG 116).
Re-coding soldier performance: new issue of Global Defence Technology out now
Re-coding soldier performance with biological testing, new exoskeletons, the best of Security and Counter Terror Expo 2019, UAV swarms for search & rescue missions, and more.
UK MOD invites proposals for development of autonomous UUV
The UK Ministry of Defence (MOD) has launched a competition to develop an autonomous version of an existing large underwater vehicle (UUV).
Finding enemy radars by Moonlight
Determining the location of an enemy radar system in real time is essential to protect military personnel and equipment, but existing methods of finding them are labour intensive. The UK Ministry of Defence’s Defence and Security Technology Laboratory (Dstl) has developed an artificial intelligence solution dubbed Moonlight to gather accurate, real-time information on them to help support military missions.
US Navy tests technology to keep sailors out of minefields
Engineers at Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division (NSWC PCD) have tested a drone designed to ensure the protection of navy personnel during mine hunting and clearing missions.
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