In this issue: what's next for 3D printing in defence tech, Poland's massiver...
- 3D printing in defence manufacturing: issue 100 of Global Defence Technology out now
- The top five drones deployed by the US Navy
- The electronic warfare arms race: new issue of Global Defence Technology
- QinetiQ to supply unmanned aircraft systems to Canadian Armed Forces
- Safeguarding the seas: top naval air defence systems
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).
Iceland is first nation in Europe to use Hermes 900 maritime patrol
Iceland has become the first European country to deploy Elbit Systems' Hermes 900 unmanned aircraft system (UAS) for maritime patrol services.
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.
The top five drones deployed by the US Navy
The US Navy currently employs multiple unmanned aircraft in operations across challenging environments. Four of the top five unmanned aerial vehicles used by the US Navy were developed by Northrop Grumman. Naval-technology lists the top five US Navy drones based on their payload capacity and endurance.
Revolution Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV)
Revolution remotely operated vehicle (ROV) is the latest addition to the string of ROVs developed by Deep Trekker, an underwater vehicle manufacturer based in Canada.
The electronic warfare arms race: new issue of Global Defence Technology
In this issue: The US Army’s electronic warfare programme, the future of communications in the field, new rifle techology, how to take down malicious drones, and more.
Sonardyne to supply navigation instruments for Canada’s Solus-LR UUV
Sonardyne has received an order to provide its SPRINT-Nav subsea navigation instruments for the Solus-LR long-range unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV) being designed for the Royal Canadian Navy.
QinetiQ to supply unmanned aircraft systems to Canadian Armed Forces
QinetiQ has secured a C$51m ($37.86m) contract to provide drones to the Canadian Armed Forces, including the Canadian Navy.
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