The UK Ministry of Defence (MOD) has launched a competition to develop an...
- 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
- International collaboration on cyber warfare: an essential plan, but is it realistic?
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.
Jamaica buys Thales’ maritime surveillance technology to boost security
The Jamaican Government has ordered new maritime surveillance technology from French firm Thales to strengthen its coastal surveillance capabilities.
Opinion: making cybersecurity collaboration work on a global scale
French President Emmanuel Macron launched an initiative during the Paris Peace Forum last November calling for international standards on cybersecurity and cyber warfare. More than 50 nations signed the Paris Call for Trust and Security in Cyberspace, but with a number of key players refusing to participate the endeavour has been called into question.
International collaboration on cyber warfare: an essential plan, but is it realistic?
The French president has launched an initiative to tackle malicious actors in cyberspace, backed by some 50 nations. International collaboration is essential for cybersecurity, but how realistic is it? Andrew Tunnicliffe talks to cyber experts to find out.
US Navy public shipyards to get $21bn modernisation boost
The US Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) has started work on a $21bn project to modernise four public naval shipyards to support the combat readiness of the Navy.
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