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US Navy’s ONR grants $14m to support scientific research
The US Navy’s Office of Naval Research (ONR) has awarded $14m in grants to 26 candidates under the 2020 Young Investigator Program (YIP).
Australian defence project tests potential of AI at sea
The Australian Department of Defence is conducting trails to test the potential of an artificial intelligence (AI) system in the Ai-Search project at sea.
UAS and AI: Bolstering US Marine Corps muscle
The US Marine Corps has embarked on a ten-year reinvention to return to its roots as an island-hopping Pacific dominating force. As the corps moves towards distributed operations and long-range fires, Naval Technology looks at how AI can power the force, and how it can meet the rise of China.
Raytheon and Aerojet Rocketdyne agree deal for missile products
Raytheon has signed a $1bn strategic agreement to purchase propulsion systems from Aerojet Rocketdyne for standard missile (SM) products.
Rugged High-Performance Computing System
Whether you are thinking about purchasing a JBOD Server or would like to understand its benefits, it is important to note that it is a very high-demand product within a range of industries.
Klein Marine delivers µMA-X System to support US Navy
Mitcham Industries’ unit Klein Marine Systems has delivered the first micro-MA-X (µMA-X System) to support the US Navy's next generation small-class unmanned undersea vehicle (UUV) evaluation.
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