Airbus will exhibit at DSEI in September in the newly created Space Hub....
- Q&A: Airbus on the new DSEI Space Hub
- When drones are used maliciously, can anyone stop them?
- Collins Aerospace and Sikorsky develop fly-by-wire retrofit kit
- Spain joins Franco-German future fighter jet development programme
- 3D printing in defence manufacturing: issue 100 of Global Defence Technology out now
Q&A: Airbus on the new DSEI Space Hub
Airbus will exhibit at DSEI in September in the newly created Space Hub. Talal Husseini caught up with Airbus Defence and Space managing director Colin Paynter to find out how the Space Hub launch reflects the increasing value and importance of the space sector to the security and defence industry.
BAE to integrate machine-learning technology into RF platform
BAE Systems has secured a contract from the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to integrate machine-learning (ML) technology into platforms that decipher radio frequency (RF) signals.
June’s top news stories
The US DoD outlined plans to make Turkey’s F-35 programme exit as smooth and orderly as possible, and Spain signed a framework agreement with France and Germany to join them in their initiative to build the sixth-generation Future Combat Air System. Airforce-Technology.com wraps up key headlines from June 2019.
USAF uses virtual reality technology for airfield maintenance training
The US Air Force (USAF) has implemented virtual reality (VR) training to enable airfield management students to have ‘hands-on’ learning experience.
USAF and industry combine to reconstruct obsolete F-16 tail
The US Air Force Research Laboratory, along with industry partners, has used advanced manufacturing and digital technologies to reconstruct an obsolete F-16 tail.
Hensoldt develops radome technology for collision avoidance radar
Hensoldt has developed a special radome technology to offer enhanced protection to its collision avoidance radar system for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).
US Air Force picks Alion for ordnance systems R&D work
The US Air Force Installation Contracting Agency (AFICA) has awarded a task order to Alion Science and Technology to perform research and development (R&D) work related to ordnance systems.
USAF calls on small businesses to pitch simulation technology ideas
The US Air Force Life Cycle Management Center’s (AFLCMC) simulators division has called for ideas from small businesses to help improve the US Air Force's (USAF) simulation technology.
When drones are used maliciously, can anyone stop them?
The UK DASA has issued a call for solutions to find and neutralise small UAVs, which in the light of the Gatwick and Heathrow drone attacks was one of the key topics at the recent Security and Counter Terror Expo 2019. What threats do small drones pose and can anyone stop malicious attacks with drones?
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