The U.S. Army is now testing virtual-reality goggles that will allow Soldiers to rehearse combat missions that they are about to undertake. Continue reading “U.S. Army Testing New Goggles that Bring AI to Soldier training”
Round, smooth and iridescent, pearls are among the world’s most exquisite jewels; now, these gems are inspiring a U.S. Army research project to improve military armor. Continue reading “U.S. Army Research Looks at Pearls to Enhance Lightweight Armor”
The U.S. Navy released a request for proposals to industry for the award of multiple conceptual designs of the Navy’s first block of Large Unmanned Surface Vessels (LUSV), Sept. 5. Continue reading “US Navy Releases RFP for Large Unmanned Surface Vessel Conceptual Designs”
The U.S Air Force Research Laboratory and DZYNE Technologies Incorporated successfully completed a two-hour initial flight of a revolutionary Robotic Pilot Unmanned Conversion Program called ROBOpilot Aug. 9 at Dugway Proving Ground in Utah. Continue reading “USAF Research Laboratory Successfully Tests Real-Life Transformer Like Technology”
The 334th Training Squadron incorporated the first virtual reality training for airfield management students in the Air Force at Keesler Air Force Base, June 28, so they can get more of a “hands-on” learning experience. Continue reading “First Virtual Reality Training in Air Force Arrives at Keesler AFB”
In the aerospace industry, the Internet of Things (IoT) is revolutionising operations on the ground and in the air. Real-time analytics via IoT are already driving improvements in quality and productivity—while passengers can look forward to a variety of exciting new in-flight experiences.
X-rays and gamma rays have a wide range of applications including scanning suspicious maritime shipping containers for illicit materials, industrial inspection of materials and processes, and medical diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. Continue reading “DARPA Seeks Tunable Gamma Ray Tech for National Security Applications”
Similar to how a boxer with a longer reach finds it easier to hit an opponent, the U.S Army is looking to punch through the standoff defenses of near-peer adversaries. Continue reading “Robotic Combat Vehicles Could Change Way U.S Army Looks, Fights”
U.S. Army scientists are researching and modeling potential technology solutions using what’s known as synthetic biology to build artificial biological systems for research, engineering and medical applications. Continue reading “U.S. Army Scientists Explore Synthetic Biology Potential”
Leonardo will, for the first time, exhibit its brand-new Multiple Aperture Infra-Red (MAIR) missile warning system, which offers enhanced situational awareness and survivability for aircraft crews at the Paris Air Show (17-23 June).