In this issue: SpaceX and the future of US military space launches, the...
- Next-generation space launches: new issue of Global Defence Technology out now
- US Navy to replace touchscreens with mechanical controls
- Fincantieri and Naval Group sign deal to create 50-50 joint venture
- 3D printing in defence manufacturing: issue 100 of Global Defence Technology out now
- UK seeks new technologies for future Royal Navy fleet
Next-generation space launches: new issue of Global Defence Technology out now
In this issue: SpaceX and the future of US military space launches, the F-35's AI-powered unmanned wingman, a UAV for IED disposal, using F1 technology to power naval laser weapons, the British Army's new offensive cyber capabilities, live vs virtual simulation training, and more.
US Navy to replace touchscreens with mechanical controls
The US Navy is to replace touchscreen controls on destroyers with physical systems in 2020 after a report into the fatal 2017 USS John S McCain collision branded the controls ‘unnecessarily complex’.
CRFS Delivers Spectrum Automation for Military Bases and Test Ranges
CRFS, a global leader in RF spectrum monitoring, management and geolocation solutions, today announces the launch of its automated spectrum monitoring toolset, RFeye Mission.
Trenton Systems Announces Release of New 24EVO All-Flash JBOD Server
Trenton Systems Inc, a manufacturer of rugged servers and workstations, processor boards, and PCIe backplanes, has announced the release of another NVMe JBOD Server, the 24EVO, for commercial, industrial, and military applications with high data throughput needs.
US Navy tests TRACER augmented reality combat training platform
The US Navy has tested a platform based on augmented reality (AR) that is designed to significantly improve combat training.
CGI to develop contract writing system for US Navy and USMC
CGI has received a ten-year contract to develop an electronic procurement system for the US Navy and Marine Corps (USMC).
F125 Frigate, Multi Role Combatant and Replacement for the F122 Bremen Class Frigates
The German Navy’s latest F125 frigates can be deployed worldwide for up to two years before returning to the home base. They are capable of operating for up to 5,000h a year, even under tropical conditions.
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