Virtual 3D terrain mapping platform and a reconfigurable trainer will elevate Army training and readiness, leaders say.
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The Defense Department’s latest IT-related strategy emphasizes cloud and cognitive computing.
Using the Army's enhanced cyber-enabled Counter-Unmanned Aerial System (C-UAS) capability, soldiers were able to detect and counter common, small drones during their training.
Joint Chief makes the case for robust tools to defend the nation.
The service will use Persistent Systems’ mobile ad hoc networking technology to connect to its backpackable robot.
This new system brings SATCOM capabilities in various formats to Marines and improves their ability to communicate in the field.
Top researchers at MIT will help the U.S. Air Force harness advanced algorithms and systems.
Cyber is fundamentally changing the national security landscape says David Sanger, national security correspondent for The New York Times.
The 53rd Wing brings on a new unit to provide electronic warfare and cyber assessment support.
"I think what’s on the horizon is more of a discussion of the Internet of Strategic Things,” said Lt. Gen. Bruce Crawford, USA, Army CIO/G-6.
The DOD's enterprise strategy is to outsource to the commercial cloud for a variety of capabilities.
Link 16 networks support theaterwide engagements from air to ground and ground to ground.
The service is working to move these capabilities in direct support of the warfighter.
The command is reshaping itself for the multidomain battlefield.
Modernization effort moves forward with a shift to the cloud and continued industry collaboration.
The shift reflects the importance of integrated capabilities, above and beyond cyber.
The new Army capabilities bring cyber into the fold, enhancing multidomain awareness for commanders.
With the establishment of the Advanced Manufacturing Operations Cell at the Marine Corps Systems Command, Marines can now get round-the-clock support for 3D printing.
Navy fleet commander announces a new effort to revolutionize readiness, in part by taking advantage of artificial intelligence, machine learning and data analytics.
With a $22 trillion national debt, Defense Department budgets may not grow in the coming years.