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New Army technology guides Soldiers in complete darkness

Posted September 26, 2018 by

Researchers at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory in Adelphi, Md., developed a new type of thermal imaging camera that allows Soldiers to see hidden objects that were previously undetectable.

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BAE Systems eyes novel way of flying

Posted September 21, 2018 by

Experts at BAE Systems are developing technologies to enable pilots to control the fighter jet of the future with the blink of an eye. As military domains become more contested, technologies become more complex, and sources of data multiply it is crucial that pilots are able to quickly access, assess and act on critical information.

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Air Force Tech Report

Posted September 14, 2018 by

Getting help to the right location for land rescues in the aftermath of a major hurricane falls to the Air Force Rescue Coordination Center. They’re the single agency responsible for coordinating on-land federal search and rescue activities in the 48 contiguous United States while providing assistance to Mexico and Canada. When a distress call comes…

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NASA begins flights to advance military research on pilot breathing

Posted September 7, 2018 by

NASA photograph by Carla Thomas NASA pilot Jim Less sits in the cockpit of a NASA F/A-18 aircraft in preparation for flight tests that will be used to understand the physiological impacts that high-performance aircraft have on pilots. NASA pilot Jim Less climbed into the cockpit of the F/A-18 aircraft, secured his safety equipment, and…

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Army researchers hope to lighten Soldiers’ battery load

Posted September 5, 2018 by David Vergun

Across all six of the Army's modernization priorities there has been a dramatic increase in demand for power as a result of the introduction of new system capabilities and prototypes that are energy hungry.

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Touchdown! NASA’s football stadium-sized scientific balloon takes flight

Posted September 5, 2018 by

NASA photograph The “Big 60,” NASA’s largest scientific balloon was launched from Fort Sumner, N.M., on Aug. 17, 2018. NASA successfully launched a football stadium-sized scientific balloon, dubbed the “Big 60,” on Aug. 17, from Fort Sumner, N.M., for the first time in more than 15 years. A second test flight was conducted Aug. 25….

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Lockheed Martin partners with Deakin University to further develop industrial exoskeleton

Posted September 5, 2018 by

A 12-month research partnership between Lockheed Martin Australia and Deakin University’s Institute for Intelligent Systems Research has extended the capability of Lockheed Martin’s FORTIS Exoskeleton.

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Army contest invites winning innovators to bring AI capabilities to Soldiers

Posted August 29, 2018 by Nancy Jones-Bonbrest

The Army Rapid Capabilities Office today announced the winners of a challenge designed to identify artificial intelligence and machine learning tools that could improve the speed and accuracy of electronic warfare operations.

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Long-range precision fires modernization a joint effort, Army tech leader says

Posted August 24, 2018 by David Vergun

The Army's No. 1 modernization priority -- long-range precision fires -- is a collaborative science and technology effort between the Army and the other services, said Dr. Thomas Russell.

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AFRL viewing aircraft inspections through the lens of technology

Posted August 17, 2018 by Holly Jordan

AFRL researchers are hard at work finding unique ways to make aircraft maintainers’ lives a little easier through a technology many associate most closely with video gaming.

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