Italy’s Fincantieri and France’s Naval Group have signed a new agreement to create...
- 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
- Royal Navy partners with Anduril for Royal Marines’ modernisation
- Future Littoral Strike: regaining the Royal Navy’s global reach
Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in Defense and Aerospace Applications
Today, there are many discussions about how defense and aerospace organisations can take advantage of machine learning, deep learning, and artificial intelligence (AI).
Ultra-Small Form Factor Mission Systems: Great Things Come in Small Packages
Curtiss-Wright offers a variety of rugged modules, systems, and solutions that are optimised for machine learning and AI applications, including the Parvus® DuraCOR® 312.
SAES Shows Ship-Signature Technology at MAST Asia, Japan
SAES has participated at the recent MAST Asia 2019 Exhibition in Japan where it presented an article based on MIRS Multi-influence range systems for ship-signature measurement.
US Navy awards contract to Raytheon for precision landing systems
The US Navy has awarded a $234m initial low-rate production contract to Raytheon to manufacture 23 joint precision approach and landing systems (JPALS).
NIWC Atlantic fields virtual training tech for USMC communications
Naval Information Warfare Center (NIWC) Atlantic has deployed a 3D virtual training technology designed for a US Marine Corps (USMC) mobile user objective system (MUOS) capability.
Fincantieri and Naval Group sign deal to create 50-50 joint venture
Italy’s Fincantieri and France’s Naval Group have signed a new agreement to create a 50/50 joint venture (JV) to develop new technologies and secure new export contracts.
3D printing in defence manufacturing: issue 100 of Global Defence Technology out now
In this issue: what's next for 3D printing in defence tech, Poland's massiver modernisation plan, a preview of the new DSEI Space Hub with Airbus, celebrating 100 issues of Global Defence Technology, and more.
UK seeks new technologies for future Royal Navy fleet
The UK Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) is set to launch a new competition to seek intelligent systems and technology solutions to develop a comprehensive future Royal Navy fleet.
Royal Navy partners with Anduril for Royal Marines’ modernisation
The UK Royal Navy has teamed up with artificial intelligence (AI) specialist Anduril Industries to use technologies that will modernise the Royal Marines’ surveillance systems and techniques.
Future Littoral Strike: regaining the Royal Navy’s global reach
In February 2019, UK defence secretary Gavin Williamson announced the accelerated development of a new Future Littoral Strike Ship concept for the Royal Navy, a globally-deployable class of ships that if built will support a range of operations from crisis support to full-on combat. But can the navy afford the new ships and what capabilities are being replicated from other countries’ experience of deploying such vessels?
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