A company developing networked drones for emergency disaster relief is the first finalist in an AFCEA Small Business Innovation Shark Tank competition. The finals are July 26.
Automated reasoning platform helps quantify soldiers’ skills for the civilian world.
DARPA has approved a plan to transition electronic vertical lift and takeoff technology to the commercial sector.
Persistent Systems' MPU5 smart radio can deliver a tactical MANET network that scales beyond the Army’s requirements.
Canada is betting that beams of quantum entangled photons could serve as advanced radar in the electronically noisy Arctic region.
To be competitive, companies are starting to look to the cloud for enhancing their enterprise architectures.
The Navy is using a video game to evaluate the skills of unmanned vehicle operators.
DARPA delves into the gray zone.
With this new approach, the service asked industry to propose solutions to four of its top problems.
The Navy continues to move toward fielding a high-energy laser weapon system for NAVSEA.
For the fight of the future, the Army’s investments target soldier performance and protection.
Army Research Laboratory scientists are looking to use trees in a self-powered organic sensor network for future battlefields.
DARPA has initiated work on a program that will help troops deploy robot swarms.
From robots, to simulations to self-training algorithms and beyond, AI will change tactics, strategies and outcomes across the globe.
The U.S. Navy faces diverse—and changing—challenges in information warfare.
New technologies are equipping the fleet. Now the Navy must tailor them to suit its needs while preparing for the next generation of innovations.
Lighter, more compact and ruggedized network solutions also include more cyber protections.
The Army is pairing traditional weapons and vehicles with autonomous systems, an effort they characterize as the first step toward weaponized robotics.
The U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) is set to receive a neuromorphic supercomputer from IBM this summer.
The NIST switch is called a synapse, after its biological counterpart, and it supplies a missing piece for neuromorphic computers.