In this issue: Gaming meets military training, bringing defence aviation up to speed...
- Reusable rockets and the limits of space: onboard the STP-2 mission
- How Elbit’s F-35 helmet technology could benefit soldiers
- Boeing and Australia’s DRDC to develop AI for unmanned systems
- US Air Force hosts Pitch Day for virtual reality training systems
- Generation six: training for future fighter aircraft
FN Herstal Exhibits Latest Capabilities at Milipol 2019
Belgium-based FN Herstal, one of the world’s leading designers, developers and manufacturers of small caliber weapons and weapon systems, will present its latest
capabilities in defense and security solutions at MILIPOL 2019 Exhibition, Paris, France, from November 19 through to November 22.
FN Herstal to Display Latest Innovations Defence & Security Exhibition in Thailand
For 130 years, Belgium-based FN Herstal has provided generations of Defense and Security Forces as well as Special Units, with weapons that give them a clear advantage in any engagement. FN Herstal will exhibit its small caliber weapon and weapon systems at DEFENSE & SECURITY 2019, Bangkok, from November 18 through to November 21.
Catching up with private sector innovation: new issue of Global Defence Technology out now
In this issue: Gaming meets military training, bringing defence aviation up to speed with commercial innovation, the US Air Force’s service acquisition executive on the future of autonomy, Raytheon's work on the NATO missile defence shield, and more.
Improve Situational Awareness in Military Control Rooms
The amount of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) data being collected by military and defence organisations is increasing, and the need to analyse and deliver this mission-critical information to decision-makers is of the utmost importance.
AFRL launches test facility for additive manufactured heat exchangers
The US Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) has launched a test facility for new additive manufactured heat exchangers (HX).
October’s top news stories
The Pentagon and Lockheed Martin finalised a $34bn agreement for the next three lots of F-35 fighter jets, and Leonardo and its consortium partners unveiled a concept that is projected as a significant upgrade of the Eurofighter Typhoon aircraft’s Defensive Aids Sub System (DASS). Airforce-Technology.com wraps up key headlines from October 2019.
US Air Force awards funding at Space Pitch Day event
The US Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC) has held a Pitch Day in San Francisco, California, US, to enable the quick acquisition of technologies for military use.
Cal Poly wins funding to improve security of satellites in orbit
The California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly) has received grant funding to develop innovative cybersecurity solutions for space satellites.
SRC to provide intelligence mission data support services for USAF
The US Air Force (USAF) has awarded SRC a general services administration (GSA) blanket purchase agreement for intelligence mission data (IMD) support services.
Engineers make modifications at Arnold AFB hypersonic propulsion unit
A team at Arnold Air Force Base (AFB) has made software modifications to detect unsafe conditions, avoid unnecessary downtime and prevent damages.
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