All a Kaggle: DSTL teamup identifies novel ways to evaluate defence data
The UK’s Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) recently partnered with Kaggle, the world’s largest data science competition community, to identify novel methods to evaluate large, complex data sets. The competition attracted over 5,000 submissions and will be used to help intelligence analysts evaluate information more quickly, accurately and effectively. By Claire Apthorp.
Global Defence Technology: Issue 76
In this issue: The UK’s new virtual training capability, how small businesses can secure MoD contracts, benefits of networking radios for dismounted combat, contenders for the US Marine Corps’ Amphibious Combat Vehicle, improving MRO availability with augmented reality tech, and more.
May's top stories: USAF test-fires Minuteman III, New Zealand requests P-8A Poseidon aircraft
The USAF conducted a further test-fire of an unarmed Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), US DSCA notified Congress of a potential $1.46bn foreign military sale of P-8A aircraft to New Zealand. Airforce-technology.com wraps-up the key headlines from May 2017.
Global Defence Technology: Issue 75
In this issue: The race for satellite servicing robots in the US, Finland’s defence upgrades, replacing the Royal Navy’s Harpoon missiles, why NATO must adapt to survive, and more.
April's top stories: Boeing wins $2.2bn contract, Israel commissions David's Sling
Boeing secured a $2.2bn contract to modernise maritime patrol capabilities of P-8A Poseidon aircraft worldwide, Israel commissioned David's Sling missile defence system. Airforce-technology.com wraps-up the key headlines from April 2017.