Friday, September 24, 2021

Defense Industry

China`s growing use of military drones

Three Chinese military drones were spotted near Japan in late August, prompting Tokyo to scramble fighters to investigate their activities, reports South China Morning Post. Accompanying the drones were a Shaanxi Y-8Q maritime patrol plane and a Shaanxi Y-9JB electronic...

Schiebel Camcopter S-100 successfully completes flight trials for US Navy

Fairfax, Virginia, USA, 9 August 2021 – Schiebel Aircraft and Areté Associates, successfully showcased the CAMCOPTER® S-100 Unmanned Air System (UAS) combined with Areté’s Pushbroom Imaging Lidar for Littoral Surveillance (PILLS) sensor to the US Navy’s Office of Naval...

Learning Introspective Control (LINC) Military Systems to Adapt to the Unexpected

Many complex, cyber-physical military systems are designed to last for decades but their expected functionality and capabilities will likely evolve over time, prompting a need for modifications and adaptation. High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWV), for example, had a design...

Falkonry design win with the U.S. Navy

Falkonry, the innovation leader in Operational AI, today announced a significant design win with the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Philadelphia. Falkonry worked in close collaboration with the Navy group during the initial Research, Development, Test and Evaluation (RDT&E)...

Lockheed Wants to connect weapons with 5G technology

The Pentagon should start electronically connecting its most important weapons first as it builds a broader strategy to link everything on the battlefield using 5G technology, the head of the world’s largest defense contractor says. Lockheed Martin CEO Jim Taiclet...

China outstands in Beijing Technology Expo

China introduced some of its latest achievements in military intelligent technology by displaying advanced land, sea and air combat robots at Beijing Technology Expo on Monday, showing the Chinese arms industry's fast development to meet the demands of future...

MBDA and Naval Group join forces to develop new remote assistance solutions

The remote assistance service deployed by Naval Group and MBDA for the French Navy achieves several objectives: provide prompt diagnostics and a repair solution to naval systems users in all locations and in all circumstances. Remote assistance is a secure,...

Saab to Deliver Carl-Gustaf Ammunition to U.S. Army and Marine Corps

Saab has received an order for Carl-Gustaf ammunition from the U.S. Army. The order value is approximately USD 75 million and deliveries will take place in 2022. The shoulder-fired ammunition order is placed within an Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity...

$62 million contract from U.S. Army for next-generation missile warning system

BAE Systems has received a $62 million contract from the U.S. Army to deliver the next-generation 2-Color Advanced Warning System (2CAWS). The system provides aircrews with advanced threat detection capabilities, improving survivability and mission effectiveness in contested environments. This...

HOT BLADE 21 increased interoperability among helicopter crews

HOT BLADE 21 (HB21), the 15th Blade exercise organised under EDA’s Helicopter Exercise Programme (HEP) came to a close last week at Beja Airbase, Portugal. Over a period of two weeks (16-30 June) and in strict respect of all...
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Naval Group launches ARA Contraalmirante Cordero, the fourth and last Argentine Offshore Patrol Vessel

The last of the four Offshore Patrol Vessel 87 (OPV 87) ordered to Naval Group by the Argentinean Navy,...
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