November 2016


SIGNAL November 2016ASIA-PACIFIC
Balancing Act Defines PACOM C4I
    More is being required of a system that increasingly is in peril.

When Less Is More for Pacific Warfighters
    The U.S. Army is training small, expeditionary units to react to crises in Asia.

Wanted: Asia-Pacific Partners in Science
    Collaborations have resulted in a subterranean robot to counter WMDs, among other successes.

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Connecting the Dots Between Disruptive Technologies
    Several may change the world; all are interlinked.

WEARABLE TECHNOLOGIES
Imagine a Time ...
    ... when soldiers will use mind waves to communicate with man and machine.

Augmented Reality to the Rescue
    The virtual world now can really help save lives.

When Physical Meets Digital
    The convergence of the two worlds—and the IoT and business analytics— opens up opportunities for the public sector.

UNMANNED SYSTEMS
Game of Drones
    Once the stuff of science fiction, fleets of tiny unmanned air systems will lead aerobatic jamming missions—and alter the face of modern warfare.

HOMELAND SECURITY
A New Dimension in Radiation Detection
    Intelligent, integrated solutions could make screening cargo better, faster and cheaper.

CYBER SERIES
The Cyber Implications of Acquisition Speed: Part VII
    Shrinking the pool of prospective bidders increases acquisition

DISRUPTIVE BY DESIGN
Cyber Should Take a Page From Infantry’s Playbook

PRESIDENT'S COMMENTARY
All Hands on Deck in the Asia-Pacific Region

ASSOCIATION FEATURE
Global Terrorism Is Top National Security Woe for Near Future

Women in STEM: Sharing Their Invisible Tale

AFCEA EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES
STEM Gifts Change Lives

INCOMING
Information-Based Warfare Demands Change Now