At this year’s Security and Counter Terror Expo (SCTX 2019), visitors arrived to...
- Future of defence technology: SCTX 2019 event round-up
- Re-coding soldier performance: new issue of Global Defence Technology out now
- UK’s DASA unveils £2m competition to foster counter-UAS technology
- Entente discordiale: will we ever see a future Franco-German fighter aircraft?
- USAF Skyborg programme to work on prototype autonomous air vehicle
Future of defence technology: SCTX 2019 event round-up
At this year’s Security and Counter Terror Expo (SCTX 2019), visitors arrived to view the latest themes in defence and security across eight diverse fields. From virtual reality military training suites to discussions on counter-drone technology, Talal Husseini rounds up the contemporary challenges and novel solutions shaping the future of defence.
Re-coding soldier performance: new issue of Global Defence Technology out now
Re-coding soldier performance with biological testing, new exoskeletons, the best of Security and Counter Terror Expo 2019, UAV swarms for search & rescue missions, and more.
UK’s DASA unveils £2m competition to foster counter-UAS technology
The UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) has launched a competition to seek robust and cost-effective next-generation solutions to tackle the future threats posed by drones.
Entente discordiale: will we ever see a future Franco-German fighter aircraft?
France and Germany have joined forces to work on a new European fighter aircraft. The project is ambitious - both technically and politically - and is already raising a series of challenges as both countries vie for influence. Will it take off or take a nose dive?
UK grants funding for development of drone swarm technology
The UK Government has announced funding for the development of drone swarm technology for military utility as part of the ‘Many Drones Make Light Work’ project.
USAF Skyborg programme to work on prototype autonomous air vehicle
The US Air Force's artificial intelligence (AI) Skyborg programme has plans to develop a prototype of the autonomous unmanned combat aerial vehicle as early as 2023.
Electronic warfare firm SRC Australia opens office in Adelaide
SRC Australia has opened a new office in Adelaide, South Australia as the company looks to enhance its electronic warfare (EW) payload development capabilities.
USAF performs first autonomy flight test for TACE system
The US Air Force (USAF) 412th Test Wing’s Emerging Technologies (ET) Combined Test Force (CTF) has undertaken its first autonomy flight test.
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