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Reversible Glue?

Reversible Glue?

A new reversible glue created by a team at Newcastle University’s School of Engineering may change how we recycle. Currently, ...
Stretchy Clothing Just Got Easier To Recycle

Stretchy Clothing Just Got Easier To Recycle

Elastane - also called Spandex - is an elastic material that is popular for use in clothing, as it allows ...
Lead Detection is Now 1M Times More Sensitive

Lead Detection is Now 1M Times More Sensitive

Researchers at the University of California San Diego have created a graphene based, ultra-sensitive sensor that can detect extremely low ...
Renewable Energy Fuels New Green Hydrogen Technology

Renewable Energy Fuels New Green Hydrogen Technology

A team at the Technion Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering has developed a new technology for producing green hydrogen ...
Spider Silk. Strong as Steel!

Spider Silk. Strong as Steel!

Researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have developed a strain of bacteria that can turn polyethylene plastic into a “bio-inspired spider ...
New Ultra Shock Absorbing Super Padding

New Ultra Shock Absorbing Super Padding

Engineers at the University of Colorado of Boulder and Sandia National Laboratories have developed a new design for padding that ...
Graphene Makes The Grade For Use In Semiconductors

Graphene Makes The Grade For Use In Semiconductors

Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology developed a functional semiconductor made from graphene. Their new semiconductor is compatible with ...
Battery Free Sensors

Battery Free Sensors

Researchers at ETH Zurich have developed a new type of mechanical sensor that could eliminate the need for batteries to ...
What Does The Future Hold For Plastic?

What Does The Future Hold For Plastic?

The Oxford Martin Programme on the Future of Plastics, at the University of Oxford, has outlined targets to help deliver ...
DARPA Creates New Game-Changing Power Distribution Network

DARPA Creates New Game-Changing Power Distribution Network

DARPA is entering the first phase of its Persistent Optical Wireless Energy Relay program (POWER) which will seek to power ...
New Breakthrough In Expanding The Life Of Solar Panels

New Breakthrough In Expanding The Life Of Solar Panels

EtaVolt - a spin-off from Nanyang Technological University (NTU Singapore) - has developed a device that can rejuvenate and extend ...
Cigarette Waste Gets Put To Good Use

Cigarette Waste Gets Put To Good Use

Biodiesel offers a promising solution to the need for cleaner alternatives to fossil fuels, but the high cost of biodiesel ...
Aqueous Rechargeable Batteries Are Here

Aqueous Rechargeable Batteries Are Here

A research team at the Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) has developed a very safe, aqueous, rechargeable battery, ...
3D Machines Printing Out Homes in Northern California

3D Machines Printing Out Homes in Northern California

The first fire-resistant, onsite-built, concrete accessory dwelling unit (ADU) will soon be constructed in Northern California using a robotic 3D ...
How Do Keep Wind Turbines Protected from Environmental Factors?

How Do Keep Wind Turbines Protected from Environmental Factors?

The formation of ice on wind turbine rotor blades causes a variety of problems, including rotational imbalance which leads to ...
A Sensor That Detects Multiple Stimuli At Once Using Color

A Sensor That Detects Multiple Stimuli At Once Using Color

Researchers at EPFL’s Reconfigurable Robotics Lab (RRL) have designed a sensor that can simultaneously detect multiple stimuli - such as ...
AI Robots Take Over Norse Atlantic Airways Maintenance Functions

AI Robots Take Over Norse Atlantic Airways Maintenance Functions

Norse Atlantic Airways has partnered with Avinxt to use AI robots to perform regular maintenance functions, such as de-icing and ...
The Shipping Industry Develops Concept to Dramatically Reduce Greenhouse Emissions

The Shipping Industry Develops Concept to Dramatically Reduce Greenhouse Emissions

A team of researchers led by Dr. Liang Yang - Lecturer in Marine Renewable Energy Systems at Cranfield University in ...
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Develops Self-Assembling Nanosheets

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Develops Self-Assembling Nanosheets

A team led by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBL) has designed a new self-assembling nanosheet that has the potential to ...
MIT And ETH Zurich Create A New High  Performing 3D Inkjet Printing System

MIT And ETH Zurich Create A New High Performing 3D Inkjet Printing System

Researchers from MIT, Inkbit - an the MIT spinout, and ETH Zurich have designed a 3D inkjet printing system that ...
TU Wien Explores Metallic Alloys For Thermoelectric Materials

TU Wien Explores Metallic Alloys For Thermoelectric Materials

Researchers at TU Wien have been exploring different metallic alloys to find the most efficient thermoelectric material. Thermoelectric materials are ...
A New and Improved Carbon Dioxide Conversion Method

A New and Improved Carbon Dioxide Conversion Method

Teams of researchers from MIT and Harvard have developed an efficient process that can convert carbon dioxide into formate - ...
Microgrids Just Received An Upgraded

Microgrids Just Received An Upgraded

The US Department of Energy (DOE) has funded the development of a microgrid orchestrator designed to establish a network of ...
Cambridge Develops Clean Hydrogen and Pure Water Innovation

Cambridge Develops Clean Hydrogen and Pure Water Innovation

Researchers at the University of Cambridge have developed a floating, solar-powered device that can turn contaminated water or seawater into ...
Cost-Efficient Breakthrough For Ethanol Fuel Cells

Cost-Efficient Breakthrough For Ethanol Fuel Cells

The Institute of Nuclear Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences (IFJ PAN) has discovered an efficient and inexpensive catalytic ...
New Approach in Creating Miniature High-Performance Lasers

New Approach in Creating Miniature High-Performance Lasers

Dr. Qiushi Guo of CUNY has demonstrated a novel approach for creating high-performance ultrafast lasers on nanophotonic chips. His work ...
Honeybees Take The Lead In Robotics

Honeybees Take The Lead In Robotics

A team from the University of Barcelona has trained a group of mini robots to reach a consensus on tasks ...
How To Count Microorganisms

How To Count Microorganisms

Researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder have developed a new method of counting microorganisms that could revolutionize the way ...
A New, Safer Way To Make Acetone

A New, Safer Way To Make Acetone

A new, more eco-friendly method for acetone production has been developed by researchers from the Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCar) ...
Paving the Way for Affordable and Efficient Concentrated Solar Thermal Technology

Paving the Way for Affordable and Efficient Concentrated Solar Thermal Technology

The National Science Agency of Australia (CSIRO) has made a technological breakthrough in the use of concentrated solar thermal technology (CST) ...
The World's Largest Drone Has Arrived

The World’s Largest Drone Has Arrived

A team of engineers from The University of Manchester has designed and flown the world's largest drone - the Giant ...
New Superconducting Camera Contains 400,000 Pixels

New Superconducting Camera Contains 400,000 Pixels

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) - working with NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), and the University of ...
Introducing LionGlass. The New Super Glass.

Introducing LionGlass. The New Super Glass.

A team from Pennsylvania State University has developed a new type of glass - called LionGlass - which could be ...
Researchers Develop the Worlds First Aqueous Aluminum Radical Battery

Researchers Develop the Worlds First Aqueous Aluminum Radical Battery

Researchers from Flinders University in South Australia and Zhejiang Sci-Tech University in China have developed the world’s first aqueous aluminum ...
Meet Pibot, The New Humanoid Robot Pilot

Meet Pibot, The New Humanoid Robot Pilot

Researchers at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology (KAIST) are developing a humanoid robot pilot that can fly ...
The University of Central Florida Gives Methane New Green Applications

The University of Central Florida Gives Methane New Green Applications

Researchers at the University of Central Florida have developed three new methods that enable methane to be used in green ...
Trees Are The Star For A New Breakthrough In Energy Efficient Windows

Trees Are The Star For A New Breakthrough In Energy Efficient Windows

Dr. Ivan Smalyukh of the University of Colorado, Boulder and his team have created a see-through, insulating aerogel film made ...
New Polymer Converts Electricity into Artificial Muscles

New Polymer Converts Electricity into Artificial Muscles

An international team of researchers, led by Pennsylvania State University, has taken a large step towards the creation of artificial ...
Rice University Boosts Battery Life by 44% with New Priming Method

Rice University Boosts Battery Life by 44% with New Priming Method

A team from Rice University’s George R. Brown School of Engineering has developed a readily scalable, new priming method that ...
Oregon State University Scientists Unveil Game-Changing CO2 Removal Method

Oregon State University Scientists Unveil Game-Changing CO2 Removal Method

Researchers in the Oregon State University College of Science have discovered a potential method of scrubbing carbon dioxide from industrial ...
Brown University Engineers Develop Pleobot: A Krill-Inspired Breakthrough in Robotics

Brown University Engineers Develop Pleobot: A Krill-Inspired Breakthrough in Robotics

A team from Brown University’s School of Engineering have built Pleobot - a krill-inspired robot with the potential of serving ...
Sponges Enhance Robotic Dexterity in Gentle Object Handling

Sponges Enhance Robotic Dexterity in Gentle Object Handling

The University of Bristol’s Department of Engineering Mathematics is working with simple sponges to enhance the way robots grasp objects ...
Virtual Reality Gets Even More Real

Virtual Reality Gets Even More Real

Researchers from Westlake University have created a new haptic device that could increase the fidelity and realism of virtual and ...
New Research Allows Recovery of Precious Metals From Water Sources

New Research Allows Recovery of Precious Metals From Water Sources

A research team from Osaka Metropolitan University in Japan has developed an environmentally friendly and inexpensive adsorbent material that can ...
Marine Robotics Are Going Biodegradable With The Help Of 3D Printing

Marine Robotics Are Going Biodegradable With The Help Of 3D Printing

As part of the goal to create biodegradable marine robots, researchers at Carnegie Mellon University are 3D printing biodegradable actuators ...
New Portable, Low-cost Platform Detects Disease in Minutes

New Portable, Low-cost Platform Detects Disease in Minutes

Researchers from the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (RI-MUHC) and the Jewish General Hospital have designed a ...
Australian Smartwatches Monitor Defense Personnel For Infection Detection

Australian Smartwatches Monitor Defense Personnel For Infection Detection

Researchers at the University of South Australia (UniSA) have partnered with Australia’s Department of Defense, Insight Via Artificial Intelligence, and ...
NC State University Opens the Door for Metal Use in 3-D Printing

NC State University Opens the Door for Metal Use in 3-D Printing

Researchers at North Carolina State University have developed a highly electrically conductive metallic gel that can be used to print ...
Discover A New Class Of Materials

Discover A New Class Of Materials

A group of scientists and engineers from The University of Texas at Austin, the University of California Riverside, the University ...
Mechanochemistry Helps With Large Scale Chemical Production

Mechanochemistry Helps With Large Scale Chemical Production

A joint research project has created a novel mechanochemistry method for the large-scale production of chemicals. The team included researchers ...
New Textile Material Looks To Polar Bears For Inspiration

New Textile Material Looks To Polar Bears For Inspiration

Engineers at the University of Massachusetts Amherst have created a synthetic textile modeled on polar bear fur. The team has ...
The Thinnest Nanosheets EVER

The Thinnest Nanosheets EVER

Researchers at the Institute for Future Materials and Systems and the Department of Materials Chemistry at Nagoya University have synthesized ...
How Can Threats Be Detected With Microbe-based Sensors?

How Can Threats Be Detected With Microbe-based Sensors?

DARPA recently released a broad agency announcement for the Tellus project, a 2.5-year, single-phase program which seeks to develop microbe-based ...
Display Screens Get Flexible

Display Screens Get Flexible

The Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering (PME) at the University of Chicago has developed a stretchable light-emitting material that will ...
Microphones Are Getting Inspiration From Insects

Microphones Are Getting Inspiration From Insects

A research team led by Andrew Reid from the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland is experimenting with 3D printing ...
Meet The New Jellyfish Robot

Meet The New Jellyfish Robot

Roboticists at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems (MPI-IS) have designed a jellyfish-inspired robot which can collect waste from ...
We Can Now See The World Through A Camera's Lens

We Can Now See The World Through A Camera’s Lens

Researchers from MIT and Rice University have discovered new computer vision technology that utilizes reflections to image the world. Their ...
MIT Reduces Concrete's Carbon Footprint

MIT Reduces Concrete’s Carbon Footprint

A team at MIT has discovered that introducing new materials into existing concrete manufacturing processes could significantly reduce concrete’s carbon ...
Switzerland Develops New Cortical Electrode Array

Switzerland Develops New Cortical Electrode Array

A team led by Stephanie Lacour at the EPFL Neuro X Institute in Switzerland has developed a minimally invasive, soft ...
Researchers Speed Up The Wound Healing Process

Researchers Speed Up The Wound Healing Process

Researchers from the Chalmers Institute of Technology (CTH) and the University of Freiburg have proposed a new technique using electricity ...
The New Wave Of Batteries

The New Wave Of Batteries

A team led by Mario Caironi, coordinator of the Printed and Molecular Electronics Laboratory at the Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, ...
New Warning System Catches Tsunamis Early

New Warning System Catches Tsunamis Early

Researchers at Cardiff University’s School of Mathematics have developed an early warning system that can quickly classify submarine earthquakes and ...
OrigaMechs, The Fully Foldable Robot

OrigaMechs, The Fully Foldable Robot

A multidisciplinary team led by researchers at the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering have been working on a new fabrication ...
Biomedicine Sees Another Breakthrough

Biomedicine Sees Another Breakthrough

Researchers at the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics (DICP) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences have developed an insoluble cellulose ...
Cambridge University Develops Super-sized Nanocage

Cambridge University Develops Super-sized Nanocage

Researchers at Cambridge University have developed a super-sized nanocage capable of delivering large drug cargoes, with potential applications in drug ...
The New Smart Concrete

The New Smart Concrete

The University of Pittsburgh has a new concept for the development of smart civil infrastructure systems with the introduction of ...
Brewers Grain Turned Energy Storage!

Brewers Grain Turned Energy Storage!

A team from Friedrich Schiller University Jena in Germany are working with partners from Spain to test brewer’s spent grain ...
New Camera Reads Volcano's SO2 Emissions

New Camera Reads Volcano’s SO2 Emissions

Researchers at the University of Sheffield in England have developed an inexpensive and low-power camera for the long-term measuring of ...
Australia Creates Game-changing Landmine Detection Technology

Australia Creates Game-changing Landmine Detection Technology

A research team at CSIRO - Australia’s national science agency - has developed a new landmine detection technology. CSIRO and ...
Sensors Help Prevent Food Waste

Sensors Help Prevent Food Waste

Researchers at Koç University in Turkey have created a “real-time” food spoilage alert sensor. Studies have shown that an estimated ...
Germany Automates Making Soft Sensors

Germany Automates Making Soft Sensors

The Munich Institute of Robotics and Machine Intelligence (MIRMI) at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) has developed an automatic ...
Researchers Develop Anti-counterfeiting QR Codes

Researchers Develop Anti-counterfeiting QR Codes

Researchers from Nagoya University’s Graduate School of Engineering have developed a method to create anti-counterfeiting QR codes using micrometer-sized spherical ...
Robots Can Be Operated By Our Thoughts

Robots Can Be Operated By Our Thoughts

Researchers at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) have developed biosensor technology that will allow a person to operate robots ...
Researchers Develop A Cleaner Way To Recycle Batteries

Researchers Develop A Cleaner Way To Recycle Batteries

Scientists at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in Germany have developed a novel recycling method that can recover up to ...
Pigmentless Paint That Never Fades

Pigmentless Paint That Never Fades

The NanoScience Technology Center at the University of Central Florida has created a new paint that does not use any ...
Meet The New Eco-Friendly Glass Of The Future

Meet The New Eco-Friendly Glass Of The Future

A research team from the Institute of Process Engineering (IPE) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences has developed an eco-friendly ...
MIT Creates An Amazingly Absorbent New Material

MIT Creates An Amazingly Absorbent New Material

Researchers at MIT have synthesized a superabsorbent material that demonstrates “record-breaking” vapor absorption from the air, even in desert-like conditions ...
New Robotic Gloves Gives The Disabled  A Helping Hand

New Robotic Gloves Gives The Disabled A Helping Hand

Florida Atlantic University’s (FAU) Department of Ocean & Mechanical Engineering has developed an AI-powered soft robotic glove designed to assist ...
AI Assists With Detecting Bacteria In Liquids

AI Assists With Detecting Bacteria In Liquids

Stanford University has integrated AI-assisted imaging with the technology of the outdated inkjet printer to create a more efficient and ...
Battery Technology Gets A Price Cut

Battery Technology Gets A Price Cut

Researchers at Arizona State University are seeking to cut costs and stabilize the supply chain in battery technology by mixing ...
Researchers Discover A System That Turns LED To UVB

Researchers Discover A System That Turns LED To UVB

An international research team - from Kyushu University in Japan and Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz in Germany - has created ...
New Food Packaging Development Tells Plastic To Take A Back Seat

New Food Packaging Development Tells Plastic To Take A Back Seat

Researchers from the University of Hong Kong have created a plastic alternative that is transparent, completely edible, and fully degradable ...
Energy Can Now Be Generated Through Environmental Vibrations

Energy Can Now Be Generated Through Environmental Vibrations

Tohoku University in Japan has led an international team in engineering a new energy-harvesting device that can transform vibrations from ...
New Development In Clean Hydrogen Production

New Development In Clean Hydrogen Production

A global team led by David Lee Phillips and Zheng-Xiao Guo at the University of Hong Kong has created a ...
Yeast Aides In Detecting Covid-19

Yeast Aides In Detecting Covid-19

Dr. Matt Trau’s team at The University of Queensland (UQ) in Australia are making powdery ‘nanoprobes’ from baker’s yeast that ...
New Clothing Harnesses Energy Through Body Movement

New Clothing Harnesses Energy Through Body Movement

An international team of researchers from Sichuan University, Chinese Academy of Sciences and Georgia Institute of Technology have developed a ...
How Will Cement Production Get Decarbonized?

How Will Cement Production Get Decarbonized?

The Department of Energy has awarded US$3.2 million to Solar MEAD - a joint project headed by CEMEX, Sandia National ...
Tokyo Metropolitan University Focuses On TMC Nanostructures

Tokyo Metropolitan University Focuses On TMC Nanostructures

Scientists from the Tokyo Metropolitan University (TMU) - led by Assistant Professor Yusuke Nakanishi and Associate Professor Yasumitsu Miyata - ...
Edible Drones? Yes.

Edible Drones? Yes.

Drones are often used for unmanned transport tasks, such as delivering food and medical supplies to people in emergency situations ...
MIT Creates A High Sensory Robotic Hand

MIT Creates A High Sensory Robotic Hand

A team at MIT has created a robotic hand with high-tough resolution sensing that can accurately identify an object after ...
Germany Proves Brewery Waste Can Help With Energy Storage

Germany Proves Brewery Waste Can Help With Energy Storage

A team from Friedrich Schiller University Jena in Germany are working with partners from Spain to test brewer’s spent grain ...
Air Turned To Energy

Air Turned To Energy

Researchers from the Monash University Biomedicine Discovery Institute in Australia have discovered an enzyme capable of transforming air into energy ...
Contact Lenses Can Now Implement Augmented Reality

Contact Lenses Can Now Implement Augmented Reality

The Smart 3D Printing Research Team at the Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute (KERI) along with a team at Ulsan National ...
Diagnosing Cancer With A Simple Blood Test

Diagnosing Cancer With A Simple Blood Test

Researchers from the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) have developed a new device that can detect and analyze cancer cells ...
Researchers Hit New Breakthrough With Recycling Plastics

Researchers Hit New Breakthrough With Recycling Plastics

The US Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) and scientists from the Technical University of Munich in Germany ...
Northwestern University Creates Optimal Vertical Electrochemical Transistor

Northwestern University Creates Optimal Vertical Electrochemical Transistor

Northwestern University researchers from multiple disciplines - including chemists, materials scientists, and biomedical engineers - have teamed up to create ...
Could We Have A Dust Free Future?

Could We Have A Dust Free Future?

Researchers at the University of Texas at Austin have been working with Smart Material Solutions - a North Carolina startup ...
Ben-Gurion University Develops An Amphibious Robot

Ben-Gurion University Develops An Amphibious Robot

Engineers at Ben-Gurion University (BGU) of the Negev in Israel have developed a very fast and efficient amphibious robot with ...
Flatburn, The Mobile Air Pollution Scanner

Flatburn, The Mobile Air Pollution Scanner

Researchers at MIT have created an open-source version of a low-cost, mobile pollution detector that could enable people to easily ...
U.S. Military Drones Now Have Facial Recognition Capabilities

U.S. Military Drones Now Have Facial Recognition Capabilities

The US Air Force can now equip unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) systems with AI-powered face recognition technology (FRT). The FTR ...
Singapore Creates Artificial Skin With Superior Sensing Capabilities

Singapore Creates Artificial Skin With Superior Sensing Capabilities

A team at Nanyang Technological University has created an artificial skin that surpasses human skin in its sensitivity to detect ...
Rice University Develops CO2 Trapping Super Wood

Rice University Develops CO2 Trapping Super Wood

Researchers at Rice University have developed an engineered wood that is stronger than its natural counterparts and can sequester carbon ...
New Microscope Collects Data With Terahertz Waves

New Microscope Collects Data With Terahertz Waves

A team from the DOE’s Ames National Laboratory has developed a microscope that uses terahertz waves to collect data on ...
Silk Moths Enable New Biopolymer Sensor To Detect Environmental Toxins

Silk Moths Enable New Biopolymer Sensor To Detect Environmental Toxins

Researchers at Tufts University’s Silklab have created a new biopolymer sensor that detects bacteria, toxins, and dangerous chemicals in the ...
New Research Uses WiFi To See Humans Through Walls

New Research Uses WiFi To See Humans Through Walls

A team at Carnegie Mellon University has developed a technique of tracking human bodies through walls using WiFi signals. While ...
6G Is On Its Way With VLC

6G Is On Its Way With VLC

Visible light communication (VLC) - a wireless method that enables high-speed transmission of data with visible light - is a ...
Researchers In Illinois Create Bioelectronic Robots

Researchers In Illinois Create Bioelectronic Robots

A group of researchers from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Northwestern University, and other collaborating institutions have developed hybrid bioelectronic ...
New Solar Powered Gas Sensor To Help The Environment

New Solar Powered Gas Sensor To Help The Environment

Researchers from the Australian Research Council Center of Excellence for Transformative Meta-Optical Systems (TMOS) have developed a tiny nitrogen dioxide ...
UCLA Develops A More Cost Effective Solar Cell

UCLA Develops A More Cost Effective Solar Cell

UCLA has collaborated with a group of researchers from around the world to develop a method of incorporating perovskite into ...
The GRIFFIN Project Successfully Creates A Perching Robot

The GRIFFIN Project Successfully Creates A Perching Robot

The Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL) has developed a method that allows a flapping-wing robot to land autonomously ...
Israel Creates A Living Bio-Solar Cell Ran Off Photosynthesis

Israel Creates A Living Bio-Solar Cell Ran Off Photosynthesis

For the first time, scientists from the Israel Institute of Technology (Technion) have been able to use a plant to ...
How Fast Can You Charge Your EV? 72 Seconds Fast?

How Fast Can You Charge Your EV? 72 Seconds Fast?

Swiss startup Morand has developed a new battery technology that it claims can charge an electric vehicle (EV) battery in ...
IIT Develops A New Prototype Tripedal Space Robot

IIT Develops A New Prototype Tripedal Space Robot

Researchers at the Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT) - along with Leonardo S.p.A and GMV - recently unveiled a new ...
Forever Chemicals Get A Fight From The University of California Riverside

Forever Chemicals Get A Fight From The University of California Riverside

Researchers at the University of California, Riverside (UCR) have developed a new method to chemically break up poly- and per-fluoroalkyl ...
Denmark Uses Robot Maintenance For Wind Turbine Blades

Denmark Uses Robot Maintenance For Wind Turbine Blades

Vestas - an energy solutions provider based in Denmark - has introduced its new stand-alone business, BladeRobots. BladeRobots is an ...
Wi-Peep Reveals The Weakness In Polite WiFi

Wi-Peep Reveals The Weakness In Polite WiFi

Researchers at Ontario’s University of Waterloo have created a drone-powered airborne scanning device that can triangulate the location of every ...
Measuring Neural Activity With Light

Measuring Neural Activity With Light

The School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Australia has put together ...
India Generates Energy From Sea Waves

India Generates Energy From Sea Waves

Researchers from the Department of Ocean Engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IIT Madras) have developed an ‘Ocean ...
Sensors For Gastrointestinal Health

Sensors For Gastrointestinal Health

Researchers at the University of California San Diego Center for Wearable Sensors have created a self-powered sensor to monitor metabolites ...
MIT Produces Ultralight Fabric Solar Cells

MIT Produces Ultralight Fabric Solar Cells

Engineers at MIT have developed ultralight fabric solar cells that can be affixed to any surface to quickly and easily ...
Nature Inspirers A New Robotic Gripper

Nature Inspirers A New Robotic Gripper

Researchers from the John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) at Harvard used nature as an inspiration ...
Floating Solar Panels Are Happening

Floating Solar Panels Are Happening

SolarisFloat has developed an innovative solar energy solution that is one of the first to combine floating solar panels with ...
Magnets: The New Way To Remove Microplastics From Water

Magnets: The New Way To Remove Microplastics From Water

Professor Nicky Eshtiaghi and her team at RMIT University in Australia have developed a way to rapidly remove hazardous microplastics ...
Greener Energy Comes From The Bristol Composites Institute

Greener Energy Comes From The Bristol Composites Institute

The Bristol Composites Institute (BCI) of the University of Bristol in England has led a team in developing a strong ...
Protective Headgear Gets An Upgrade Thanks To The University Of Wisconsin - Madison

Protective Headgear Gets An Upgrade Thanks To The University Of Wisconsin – Madison

Researchers at the University of Wisconsin–Madison have created a lightweight, ultra-shock-absorbing foam that could be used to greatly improve protective ...
EV Batteries: Penn State Makes Them Smaller, Faster, & Stronger.

EV Batteries: Penn State Makes Them Smaller, Faster, & Stronger.

Researchers at Pennsylvania State University have made a significant breakthrough in electric vehicle battery design that enables a 10-minute charge ...
The University Of Texas At Austin Develops Smart Plastic

The University Of Texas At Austin Develops Smart Plastic

Researchers at The University of Texas at Austin have created a new plastic-like material which can change its elasticity with ...
Delft University Creates SuperGPS

Delft University Creates SuperGPS

Researchers at the Delft University of Technology, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, and VSLGlobal navigation satellite systems (GNSS) have created a robust ...
Micro-robots Will Soon Be Fighting Cancer

Micro-robots Will Soon Be Fighting Cancer

Micro-roboticists are working towards a new way of delivering cancer-killing compounds - called enterotoxins - to tumors using bionic bacteria ...
Manta Rays Inspired NC State's Newest Swimming Robot

Manta Rays Inspired NC State’s Newest Swimming Robot

North Carolina State University (NC State) has developed an energy-efficient soft robot that can swim more than four times faster ...
Wheelchairs Are Under Mind Control In Austin, TX

Wheelchairs Are Under Mind Control In Austin, TX

Researchers from the University of Texas at Austin have successfully demonstrated a wheelchair that can be controlled by the users’ ...
Artificial Photosynthesis Could Possibly Produce Fuel!

Artificial Photosynthesis Could Possibly Produce Fuel!

Photosynthesis creates carbohydrates, which many organisms require for fuel, but they are not sufficiently energy-dense to power engines. Recently published ...
Producing Green Hydrogen At Sea Is Possible

Producing Green Hydrogen At Sea Is Possible

Lhyfe - a green hydrogen producer - recently launched Sealhyfe, a pilot project featuring the world’s first offshore green hydrogen ...
Aqua App, The New Underwater Mobile App For Divers

Aqua App, The New Underwater Mobile App For Divers

Underwater communications between divers relies on hand signals for communicating safety and directional information. These hand signals range from simple ...
Researchers In Israel Develop Nanodiamonds

Researchers In Israel Develop Nanodiamonds

Researchers at Bar-Ilan University in Israel have been addressing the challenges presented by transdermal drug delivery (TDD). In order to ...
Paper Batteries? Empa Says It's Possible.

Paper Batteries? Empa Says It’s Possible.

Researchers at Empa recently published a proof-of-concept study for a water-activated, disposable, paper battery. The new battery could be used ...
Breezes Bringing Energy To Singapore

Breezes Bringing Energy To Singapore

Researchers at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore (NTU Singapore) have developed a wind harvester - a low-cost device that ...
Penn State Identifies Eavesdropping Concern

Penn State Identifies Eavesdropping Concern

Penn State researchers have identified a significant security concern regarding eavesdropping. By using an off-the-shelf automotive radar sensor and a ...
Arkansas Gets It's First Energy Frontier Research Center

Arkansas Gets It’s First Energy Frontier Research Center

The US Department of Energy (DoE) has awarded the University of Arkansas (U of A) a $10.35m four-year grant to ...
Singapore Prepares For A 6G Future

Singapore Prepares For A 6G Future

In preparation for Singapore’s 6G future, the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) - Singapore’s state regulatory agency for the converging ...
The University Of Tokyo Studies Material Fatigue

The University Of Tokyo Studies Material Fatigue

Material fatigue - the formation of cracks in a material due to cyclic loading - is a major concern in ...
Crab Shells Are Creating Energy

Crab Shells Are Creating Energy

The University of Maryland's Center for Materials Innovation has created a zinc battery with a biodegradable electrolyte made from crab ...
3D-Printing Drones Could Lead To On-Site  Construction

3D-Printing Drones Could Lead To On-Site Construction

A team of researchers led by the Empa institute, the University of Pennsylvania, and Imperial College London have created cooperative, ...
AI Helmets Helping Firefighters Fight

AI Helmets Helping Firefighters Fight

The National Robotarium in Edinburgh, Scotland has developed a helmet that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to help firefighters navigate in ...
Strong, Reliable, and Adaptable, Meet the Utah Bionic Leg

Strong, Reliable, and Adaptable, Meet the Utah Bionic Leg

Researchers at the University of Utah have partnered with Ottobock - the world's largest prosthetic manufacturer - to produce the ...
Killing Bacteria Quicker With New Nano-Copper Coating

Killing Bacteria Quicker With New Nano-Copper Coating

Researchers at the University of British Columbia have created a nano-copper coating that can kill bacteria on surfaces more quickly ...
Competing For How To Source Critical Minerals

Competing For How To Source Critical Minerals

DARPA and the US Geological Survey (USGS) have launched a competition to explore how machine learning and AI can aid ...
ANCILLARY, DARPA Advancing Vertical Takeoff

ANCILLARY, DARPA Advancing Vertical Takeoff

DARPA recently launched its AdvaNced airCraft Infrastructure-Less Launch And RecoverY X-Plane program - called ANCILLARY. The program aims to develop ...
Reality Goggles Making Soldiers More Effective

Reality Goggles Making Soldiers More Effective

The US Army has started to receive the first of tens of thousands of augmented reality goggles designed to make ...
MAPS GEN II, The New Backup Plan For GPS Signals

MAPS GEN II, The New Backup Plan For GPS Signals

The U.S. Army’s Program Executive Office for Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors (PEO IEW&S) has awarded Raytheon subsidiary Collins Aerospace ...
Under Water Drones Monitor Sea Ice In The Antarctic

Under Water Drones Monitor Sea Ice In The Antarctic

Researchers from the University of Washington and Columbia University’s Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory are reporting the successful deployment of three undersea ...
DARPA'a Ouija Program Seeks To Improve High-Frequency Radio Communications

DARPA’a Ouija Program Seeks To Improve High-Frequency Radio Communications

DARPA is seeking companies to develop real-time modeling for assimilative ionospheric and high-frequency (HF) radio propagation. The project - called ...
Sierra Space Tasked To Create Smarter Military Space Transportation

Sierra Space Tasked To Create Smarter Military Space Transportation

Sierra Space has signed a Cooperative Research & Development Agreement (CRADA) with the US Department of Defense’s Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) ...
White Sands Missile Range Powers Up With A Microgrid System

White Sands Missile Range Powers Up With A Microgrid System

The US Army has awarded HSGS-Ameresco with a contract to install a microgrid system at the U.S. Department of Defense ...
Now Available: The SOSA Business Guide

Now Available: The SOSA Business Guide

The Open Group Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA) Consortium recently published the SOSA Business Guide, Edition 1.0. The SOSA Business ...
The UK Government's Defense Space Strategy Names Earth Observation A Priority With Azalea

The UK Government’s Defense Space Strategy Names Earth Observation A Priority With Azalea

BAE Systems has scheduled the launch of its space-based communication project - Azalea. Azalea is a multi-sensor satellite cluster designed ...
Phase 1: Space-Based Adaptive Communications Node Initiative Teams Chosen

Phase 1: Space-Based Adaptive Communications Node Initiative Teams Chosen

DARPA has chosen the winning 11 teams for Phase 1 of the Space-Based Adaptive Communications Node initiative (Space-BACN.) Space-BACN will ...
U.S. Navy's Unmanned Influence Sweep System Achieves Initial Operating Capability

U.S. Navy’s Unmanned Influence Sweep System Achieves Initial Operating Capability

The Navy’s Program Executive Office, Unmanned and Small Combatants (PEO USC) recently announced that the Unmanned Influence Sweep System (UISS) ...
DARPA Uses Vision As A Military Tactic

DARPA Uses Vision As A Military Tactic

DARPA has selected multiple teams of researchers for its Coded Visibility (CV) program which seeks to develop a new smoke-like ...
The US Air Force Successfully Demonstrates Project 212

The US Air Force Successfully Demonstrates Project 212

The US Air Force (USAF) recently successfully demonstrated a new System-of-Systems Technology Integration Tool Chain for Heterogeneous Electronic Systems (STITCHES) ...
The U.S. Air Force Looks To Upgrade Next Generation Aerial Targets

The U.S. Air Force Looks To Upgrade Next Generation Aerial Targets

The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center recently posted a request for information (RFI) for a supersonic-capable Next Generation Aerial ...
The U.S. Army Awards $15 Million To Develop An Electronic Warfare System

The U.S. Army Awards $15 Million To Develop An Electronic Warfare System

The U.S. Army awarded Lockheed Martin and General Dynamics Mission Systems a contract worth US $15 million to develop concepts ...
Meet Beowulf, The U.S. Army's Cold Weather All-Terrain Vehicle

Meet Beowulf, The U.S. Army’s Cold Weather All-Terrain Vehicle

BAE Systems has won the U.S. Army's competition for its Cold Weather All-Terrain Vehicle (CATV) program, receiving a US$278 million ...
New Digital Radar Architecture Set To Greatly Improve Military Sensing

New Digital Radar Architecture Set To Greatly Improve Military Sensing

Sandia National Laboratories is developing a new digital radar architecture which is expected to greatly improve military sensing. It will ...
Reveal Technology And Teal Drones Create More Accurate 3D Maps For Military Operations

Reveal Technology And Teal Drones Create More Accurate 3D Maps For Military Operations

Reveal Technology partnered with Teal Drones to improve Reveal’s “Farsight” mapping software which produces high-fidelity 3D maps. The ability to ...
The NRL Creates Project To Gain Better Understanding Of Seabed Geologic Processes

The NRL Creates Project To Gain Better Understanding Of Seabed Geologic Processes

The Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) has issued a sources-sought notice for the Ocean Dynamics and Prediction Engineering and Software Development ...
U.S. Marine Corps To Purchase Iron Dome-Based Missle System

U.S. Marine Corps To Purchase Iron Dome-Based Missle System

The U.S. Marine Corps has successfully tested an air-defense interceptor system which incorporates Israeli defense company Rafael’s Iron Dome Tamir ...
The Operational Fires Program Is A Success

The Operational Fires Program Is A Success

DARPA has successfully conducted the first flight test of the Operational Fires Program. OpFires seeks to demonstrate a ground-launched, two-stage ...
New Mask On Breathing Device To Train Naval Aviators With Distress Symptoms

New Mask On Breathing Device To Train Naval Aviators With Distress Symptoms

The Naval Aviation Training Systems and Ranges (NASTP) program office (PMA-205) recently installed and demonstrated the new Mask on Breathing ...
Northrop Grumman To Perform Flight Tests For MuSTaR Program

Northrop Grumman To Perform Flight Tests For MuSTaR Program

Northrop Grumman has been chosen to perform flight tests for the Air Force’s Multi-Spectral Sensing Technologies Research and Development (MuSTeR) ...
Mine Hunting Made Faster With New Airborne  Countermeasure System

Mine Hunting Made Faster With New Airborne Countermeasure System

The U.S. Navy has successfully demonstrated the use of a prototype airborne mine countermeasure system. The test involved a BAE ...
The Pentagon Creates A Task Force To Review Emerging Technologies For U.S. Military

The Pentagon Creates A Task Force To Review Emerging Technologies For U.S. Military

The Pentagon's Defense Science Board (DSB) recently formed a new task force - named The Strategic Options Task Force - ...
Fort Carson, CO To House The First Megawatt Energy Storage System

Fort Carson, CO To House The First Megawatt Energy Storage System

The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) has contracted with Lockheed Martin to construct the nation's first megawatt-scale long-duration energy storage ...
Digital Sensor To Gage The Severity Of Burn Victims In The Field

Digital Sensor To Gage The Severity Of Burn Victims In The Field

The Army’s Medical Technology Enterprise Consortium (MTEC) has issued a request for the Burn Digital Assessment project (BDA). BDA is ...
US Air Force Research Laboratory Awards $89.4 Million Contract To Dzyne Technologies

US Air Force Research Laboratory Awards $89.4 Million Contract To Dzyne Technologies

The US Air Force Research Laboratory has awarded a $89.4 million contract to Dzyne Technologies to research the unmanned Small Payload ...
The Troposcatter Communications System Delivers With Performance

The Troposcatter Communications System Delivers With Performance

Raytheon Intelligence & Space (RI&S) recently completed a successful five-week demonstration of its Troposcatter communications system. Troposcatter is a “point-to-point,” ...
Drones In Extreme Weather? No Problem, Caltech Develops Neural-Fly

Drones In Extreme Weather? No Problem, Caltech Develops Neural-Fly

Researchers at Caltech have developed a deep-learning method that can help drones cope with new and unknown wind conditions in ...
Recharging Drones With Lasers, To Be A Force Multiplier

Recharging Drones With Lasers, To Be A Force Multiplier

DARPA has issued a formal request for information (RFI) for the Airborne Energy Well project - a method of recharging ...
Ghost Robotics' Robot Dog Now Goes Swimming

Ghost Robotics’ Robot Dog Now Goes Swimming

Ghost Robotics’ robot dog - Vision 60 - has been deployed on patrol at the Tyndall Air Force base for ...
Canada Successfully De-Orbits Nanosatellite Demonstration

Canada Successfully De-Orbits Nanosatellite Demonstration

CanX-7 (Canadian Advanced Nanospace eXperiment-7) - a de-orbiting nanosatellite demonstration mission - has successfully de-orbited a 3.5kg nanosatellite using drag ...
US Air Force Awards $4M For Short-Range Air-To-Ground Missiles

US Air Force Awards $4M For Short-Range Air-To-Ground Missiles

Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, and L3 Harris have each been awarded 90-day, $2 million contracts by the U.S. Air Force ...
Air Force Seeks Information For Low Collateral Effects Interceptor UAV Project

Air Force Seeks Information For Low Collateral Effects Interceptor UAV Project

The Air Force Research Laboratory Information Directorate recently issued a request for information for the Low Collateral Effects Interceptor (LCEI) ...
Jackal Suicide Drone Will Bridge Capability Gap Toward Tactical Electronic Warfare Missions

Jackal Suicide Drone Will Bridge Capability Gap Toward Tactical Electronic Warfare Missions

Northrop Grumman is currently developing the Jackal suicide drone - a turbojet-powered ‘sprint' loitering weapon system designed to bridge the ...
NSWC Crane and Kleos Space Track Ship Movements From Space Using RF Emissions

NSWC Crane and Kleos Space Track Ship Movements From Space Using RF Emissions

The Naval Surface Warfare Center Division, Crane (NSWC Crane) is working with Kleos Space - a Radio Frequency Reconnaissance Data-as-a-Service ...
DARPA H6 Program To Develop Microsecond Precision Clocks For Use In Specific Climates

DARPA H6 Program To Develop Microsecond Precision Clocks For Use In Specific Climates

The DARPA Microsystems Technology Office recently issued a broad agency announcement for the H6 program which will seek to develop ...
DARPA To Revolutionize Heavy Air Lift Ability From Sea With Liberty Lifter Project

DARPA To Revolutionize Heavy Air Lift Ability From Sea With Liberty Lifter Project

DARPA’s Liberty Lifter project is seeking to develop a new vehicle concept that will expand upon existing cargo aircraft by ...
US Air Force Launches Prototype of What May Be First Operational Hypersonic Missile

US Air Force Launches Prototype of What May Be First Operational Hypersonic Missile

After a streak of three consecutive failed tests, the U.S. Air Force has finally successfully test-launched a prototype of an ...
Compact-able Antenna Will Allow More Powerful Radio Communications On Smaller Satellites

Compact-able Antenna Will Allow More Powerful Radio Communications On Smaller Satellites

Student researchers from the Paul M. Rady Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Colorado Boulder have designed a ...
US Air Force Demonstrates Low-Cost, Air-Delivered, Ship-Killing Smart Bomb

US Air Force Demonstrates Low-Cost, Air-Delivered, Ship-Killing Smart Bomb

The US Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) and Eglin Air Force Base's Integrated Test Team have successfully demonstrated a new ...
US Army Seeks Easy-To-Carry Sensors

US Army Seeks Easy-To-Carry Sensors

The U.S. Army’s Combat Capabilities Development Command Chemical Biological Center (DEVCOM CBC) is seeking to develop sensors that are light ...
Boeing Reveals T-7A Red Hawk Advanced Trainer Jet

Boeing Reveals T-7A Red Hawk Advanced Trainer Jet

Boeing has revealed its first T-7A Red Hawk advanced trainer jet - one of 351 aircraft contracted to be delivered ...
VICEROY DECREE Will Recruit, Train Next Generation Experts In Cyber Warfare

VICEROY DECREE Will Recruit, Train Next Generation Experts In Cyber Warfare

The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) has partnered with Northeastern University, Northern Arizona University, the University of Houston, the University ...
DARPA Announces 3 Initiatives To Improve Synthetic Aperture Radar In Satellites

DARPA Announces 3 Initiatives To Improve Synthetic Aperture Radar In Satellites

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) recently issued broad agency announcements for three initiatives aimed at improving synthetic aperture ...
New Lightweight Vehicle Surveillance System Can Act As Mobile System To Counter Drone Swarms

New Lightweight Vehicle Surveillance System Can Act As Mobile System To Counter Drone Swarms

Teledyne FLIR Defense has introduced a new Lightweight Vehicle Surveillance System (LVSS) which can be mounted on a full-sized commercial ...
US Army Issues RFI For Powered and Unpowered Exoskeletons for Human Performance Augmentation

US Army Issues RFI For Powered and Unpowered Exoskeletons for Human Performance Augmentation

The Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Solder Center has issued a request for information (RFI) for the Powered and Unpowered ...
Air Force Seeks Partners For High Power Electromagnetics Empirical Effects Project

Air Force Seeks Partners For High Power Electromagnetics Empirical Effects Project

The Air Force Research Laboratory Directed Energy Directorate is seeking partners for the High Power Electromagnetics (HPEM) Empirical Effects project ...
US Navy Tests All-Electric High-Energy Laser To Counter Unmanned Aerial Systems, Fast-Attack Boats

US Navy Tests All-Electric High-Energy Laser To Counter Unmanned Aerial Systems, Fast-Attack Boats

The U.S. Navy recently successfully tested the Lockheed Martin LLD (Layered Laser Defense) system by tracking and shooting down an ...
Mobile Nuclear Microreactor Can Power Military Base, Reach Site by Cargo Plane

Mobile Nuclear Microreactor Can Power Military Base, Reach Site by Cargo Plane

The Department of Defense’s Strategic Capabilities Office (SCO) has approved Project PELE (Portable Energy for Lasting Effects) - a mobile ...
UK Ministry of Defense Tests Battery-Powered Flight For Military Aircraft

UK Ministry of Defense Tests Battery-Powered Flight For Military Aircraft

The UK Ministry of Defense is working with Elbit Systems UK and Affinity Flying Training Services on a series of ...
DARPA Seeks Enabling Technologies In Microsystems

DARPA Seeks Enabling Technologies In Microsystems

DARPA’s Microsystems Technology Office (MTO) has released a broad-agency announcement seeking enabling technologies in areas not currently addressed by MTO ...
US Marine Corps, Army To Study UAV Swarm Behavior At Edge 22 Exercise

US Marine Corps, Army To Study UAV Swarm Behavior At Edge 22 Exercise

Later this year, the US Marine Corps and the Army will be studying UAV swarm behavior at the Edge 22 ...
US Army Research Lab Spends $5.1M To Advance Hybrid Electric Engine Technology

US Army Research Lab Spends $5.1M To Advance Hybrid Electric Engine Technology

The U.S. Army’s Research Laboratory has awarded GE a $5.1 million research and development contract for the Applied Research Collaborative ...
Charles Stark Draper Lab Ruggedizes Electro-Optical Components Within PNT Devices

Charles Stark Draper Lab Ruggedizes Electro-Optical Components Within PNT Devices

Researchers at the Charles Stark Draper Laboratory have developed new techniques to ruggedize electro-optical components for assured positioning, navigation, and ...
Machine Learning May Transform Night Vision Into Full Color, Researchers Say

Machine Learning May Transform Night Vision Into Full Color, Researchers Say

Researchers at the University of California, Irvine are using machine learning in an attempt to transform night vision from its ...
Air Force Research Laboratory Munitions Directorate Announces Research Topic Areas For Upcoming Project

Air Force Research Laboratory Munitions Directorate Announces Research Topic Areas For Upcoming Project

The Air Force Research Laboratory Munitions Directorate has issued a broad-agency announcement for the Air Delivered Effects project. Air Delivered ...
Flight of Textron Aerosonde Represents Expansion of Unmanned Systems In Real-World Maritime Missions

Flight of Textron Aerosonde Represents Expansion of Unmanned Systems In Real-World Maritime Missions

For the first time, Textron recently completed a successful flight and maritime integration of its Aerosonde Small Unmanned Aircraft System ...
US Space Force To Automate Manual Data Analysis, Produce More Timely Intelligence

US Space Force To Automate Manual Data Analysis, Produce More Timely Intelligence

The U.S. Space Force is now receiving data collected by a constellation of about 40 geolocation cubesats operated by Spire ...
US Army Prioritizes Understanding How To Use Passive Sensors On Battlefield

US Army Prioritizes Understanding How To Use Passive Sensors On Battlefield

One of the top priorities for the Army’s electronic warfare community is gaining a better understanding of how passive sensors ...
US Air Force Creates New Information Warfare Training and Research Detachment, Addresses Operations In Information Environment

US Air Force Creates New Information Warfare Training and Research Detachment, Addresses Operations In Information Environment

The US Air Force’s Air Combat Command has created a new information warfare (IW) training and research detachment aimed at ...
US Missile Defense Agency Successfully Remotely Launches PAC-3 MSE from THADD

US Missile Defense Agency Successfully Remotely Launches PAC-3 MSE from THADD

For the first time, the U.S. Missile Defense Agency (MDA) successfully remotely launched the Patriot Advanced Capability-3 Missile Segment Enhancement ...
US Army Awards $3.8M For Fort Benning Smart Installation and Community Dashboard

US Army Awards $3.8M For Fort Benning Smart Installation and Community Dashboard

The U.S. Army Engineer and Development Center (ERDC) has awarded a $3.8M contract to US Ignite to design and deploy ...
Office of Naval Research Awards $15.4M To Further Develop Pushbroom Imaging LiDAR for Littoral Surveillance System

Office of Naval Research Awards $15.4M To Further Develop Pushbroom Imaging LiDAR for Littoral Surveillance System

The Office of Naval Research (ONR) awarded a $15.4 million contract to Areté Associates for the further development of the ...
DARPA's In The Moment Project To Use AI and ML for Difficult Jobs, Medical Triage

DARPA’s In The Moment Project To Use AI and ML for Difficult Jobs, Medical Triage

The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has issued a broad agency announcement for the In the Moment (ITM) ...
What Can Owls Teach Us About Quieter Aircraft Turbomachinery Blades, Drones, and Wind Turbines?

What Can Owls Teach Us About Quieter Aircraft Turbomachinery Blades, Drones, and Wind Turbines?

Owls are known to be excellent predators, in part due to their ability to fly quietly and stealthily. Researchers from ...
Project Vermeer To Test Synthetic Kerosene As Fuel Source

Project Vermeer To Test Synthetic Kerosene As Fuel Source

Project Vermeer is a collaborative effort between the Royal Air Force (RAF) and the U.S. Naval Research Department to test ...
Autonomous Systems Researchers Reverse Engineer Hoverflies To Detect Drone Acoustic Signatures

Autonomous Systems Researchers Reverse Engineer Hoverflies To Detect Drone Acoustic Signatures

Autonomous systems researchers at the University of South Australia (UniSA), Flinders University, and Australian defense company Midspar Systems have reverse ...
DARPA Quantum Benchmarking Program To Measure Long-Term Utility of Next Gen Quantum Computing Technology

DARPA Quantum Benchmarking Program To Measure Long-Term Utility of Next Gen Quantum Computing Technology

DARPA has awarded contracts to Raytheon BBN and to the University of Southern California (USC) for its Quantum Benchmarking program ...
Anti-Submarine Warfare Shipboard Sonar Undersea Warfare System To Install Aboard Navy Combat Vessels

Anti-Submarine Warfare Shipboard Sonar Undersea Warfare System To Install Aboard Navy Combat Vessels

The Naval Sea Systems Command has awarded a contract modification to Leidos to install the AN/SQQ-89A(V)15 anti-submarine warfare (ASW) shipboard ...
Marine Corps System Command Awards $252M For Next Gen Targeting Handheld System

Marine Corps System Command Awards $252M For Next Gen Targeting Handheld System

The Marine Corps Systems Command has awarded a $252 million eight-year contract to Northrop Grumman Mission Systems for the Next ...
DARPA Launches ROCkN Program To Create Optical Atomic Clocks, Improve Time Synchronization

DARPA Launches ROCkN Program To Create Optical Atomic Clocks, Improve Time Synchronization

DARPA has launched its Robust Optical Clock Network (ROCkN) program with the aim of creating optical atomic clocks to improve ...
Classified Naval Postgraduate School Study Explores Convergence of Electronic and Cyber Warfare

Classified Naval Postgraduate School Study Explores Convergence of Electronic and Cyber Warfare

The Office of Naval Research (ONR) commissioned the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) to conduct a study exploring the convergence of ...
Air Force Research Laboratory Announces High Power Electromagnetics Modeling and Effects Project

Air Force Research Laboratory Announces High Power Electromagnetics Modeling and Effects Project

The Air Force Research Laboratory Directed Energy Directorate recently issued a broad agency announcement for the High Power Electromagnetics (HPEM) ...
US Army Pivots Away From Fossil Fuel Use In Accordance With Pentagon Climate Strategy

US Army Pivots Away From Fossil Fuel Use In Accordance With Pentagon Climate Strategy

In the fall of 2021, the Pentagon released its 32-page climate strategy in order to guide the Army in how ...
US Army Demonstrates Cyber Defense In Cyber Cyclone Exercise

US Army Demonstrates Cyber Defense In Cyber Cyclone Exercise

The U.S. Army’s Ground Vehicle Systems Center (GVSC) has successfully demonstrated their new system designed to defend ground vehicles against ...
US Army Contracts Delivery of X2D Drone for Short Range Reconnaissance

US Army Contracts Delivery of X2D Drone for Short Range Reconnaissance

The U.S. Army has awarded Skydio a contract to deliver its X2D drone to the Army’s Short Range Reconnaissance (SRR) ...
DARPA Completes Autonomous Flight of UH-60A Black Hawk Helicopter

DARPA Completes Autonomous Flight of UH-60A Black Hawk Helicopter

DARPA recently completed a 30-minute pilotless flight of a UH-60A Black Hawk helicopter. The helicopter was retrofitted with the core ...
IARPA Awards $14M For Tools To Decipher Radio RF Signals Using ML, AI, DSP

IARPA Awards $14M For Tools To Decipher Radio RF Signals Using ML, AI, DSP

The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) has awarded BAE Systems a $14M contract to develop tools to decipher radio ...
DHS Trials Quadrupedal Robots For Border Security

DHS Trials Quadrupedal Robots For Border Security

The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has been running trials of quadrupedal robots - often called robot dogs - ...
DARPA Awards Contract To Develop AI Prototype To Embed Into AR Training Headset

DARPA Awards Contract To Develop AI Prototype To Embed Into AR Training Headset

DARPA recently awarded Northrop Grumman and the University of Central Florida (UCF) a contract to develop a prototype of an ...
US Air Force Seeks Electro-Optical Sensors For Small, Disposable UAVs

US Air Force Seeks Electro-Optical Sensors For Small, Disposable UAVs

The Air Force Research Laboratory is seeking companies to develop advanced-technology, inexpensive electro-optical sensors for small disposable unmanned aerial vehicles ...
US Army Spy Plane Can Detect Moving Targets Using Ground and Dismount Indications

US Army Spy Plane Can Detect Moving Targets Using Ground and Dismount Indications

The US Army has received delivery of the productionized version of the Long Range Radar-Enhanced (LRR-E) prototype. According to the ...
US Army Seeks 300 kw Laser Weapon Prototype

US Army Seeks 300 kw Laser Weapon Prototype

The U.S. Army’s Rapid Capabilities and Critical Technologies Office (RCCTO) has issued a call for white papers for a prototype ...
US Army Contracts Next Generation Infantry Weapons, Enables Farther Range and Predictive Shooting

US Army Contracts Next Generation Infantry Weapons, Enables Farther Range and Predictive Shooting

Vortex Optics subsidiary Sheltered Wings has received a contract from the U.S. Army for a new, futuristic scope for its ...
Oshkosh Defense Develops New Hybrid Electric Joint Light Tactical Vehicle

Oshkosh Defense Develops New Hybrid Electric Joint Light Tactical Vehicle

Oshkosh Defense has developed a new version of its Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) - a silent drive, hybrid-electric vehicle, ...
Space Force Launches 2 New Satellites To Provide Space Domain Awareness Data

Space Force Launches 2 New Satellites To Provide Space Domain Awareness Data

Space Force has launched two additional satellites as part of its Space Domain Awareness initiative (SDA). The satellites are part ...
Capabilities of SB>1 Defiant X Weapon System Include Flying Low and Fast Through Complex Terrain

Capabilities of SB>1 Defiant X Weapon System Include Flying Low and Fast Through Complex Terrain

The Lockheed Martin Sikorsky-Boeing team recently successfully demonstrated the capabilities of the SB-1 Defiant X weapon system - a technology ...
DARPA SCEPTER Program Will Explore Machine-Generated Strategies For Warfare

DARPA SCEPTER Program Will Explore Machine-Generated Strategies For Warfare

DARPA has released a broad-agency announcement for the Strategic Chaos Engine for Planning, Tactics, Experimentation and Resiliency (SCEPTER) program. SCEPTER ...
US Air Force Solicits Wearable Sensors To Measure Cognitive Performance In Extreme Environments

US Air Force Solicits Wearable Sensors To Measure Cognitive Performance In Extreme Environments

The U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory recently issued a solicitation for the Real-Time Assessment and Augmentation of Cognitive Performance in ...
Manta Ray Program To Develop Large, Autonomous, Unmanned Underwater Vehicles Capable of Long Missions

Manta Ray Program To Develop Large, Autonomous, Unmanned Underwater Vehicles Capable of Long Missions

DARPA recently awarded Northrop Grumman Systems Corporation and Martin Defense Group phase two contracts for the Manta Ray program. The ...
US Air Force Works To Replace Airborne High Frequency Radio in Aircraft

US Air Force Works To Replace Airborne High Frequency Radio in Aircraft

The Electronic Warfare and Avionics Program Office of the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center is working to develop and ...
US Army Tests Drones, Autonomous Technology To Deliver Medical Supplies To Battlefield

US Army Tests Drones, Autonomous Technology To Deliver Medical Supplies To Battlefield

The US Army is currently testing drones and other types of autonomous technology that could deliver medical supplies to the ...
US Navy Opens $23M Lab, "DESIL", To Test New Laser Weapons

US Navy Opens $23M Lab, “DESIL”, To Test New Laser Weapons

The U.S. Navy recently opened a $23 million laboratory in Ventura County, CA to test new laser weapons. The Directed ...
DARPA Awards $19.3M For Self-Healing Network To Securely Connect Sensors and Weapons In Contested Environments

DARPA Awards $19.3M For Self-Healing Network To Securely Connect Sensors and Weapons In Contested Environments

DARPA has awarded a $19.3 million US contract to Peraton Labs for the Mission-Integrated Network Control (MINC) project. The MINC ...
A Joint Study Will Explore Electrical Vehicle Take Off and Landing For Defense Market

A Joint Study Will Explore Electrical Vehicle Take Off and Landing For Defense Market

BAE Systems and Embraer Defense & Security have plans to work together on a joint study to explore the development ...
New Sailboat-Style Drone Can Provide US Navy With Affordable, Zero-Carbon Tool To Increase Sightline

New Sailboat-Style Drone Can Provide US Navy With Affordable, Zero-Carbon Tool To Increase Sightline

U.S. Naval Forces Central Command (NAVCENT) recently began operational testing of a sailboat-style drone. The tests are part of an ...
New UAS Will Support Special Operations Troops and High-Demand Users

New UAS Will Support Special Operations Troops and High-Demand Users

General Atomics Aeronautical Systems (GA-ASI) recently unveiled a new Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) dedicated to the particular needs of special ...
US Air Force Studies Use of Carbon Dioxide To Create Fossil-Free Jet Fuel

US Air Force Studies Use of Carbon Dioxide To Create Fossil-Free Jet Fuel

The US Air Force is working with the carbon transformation company, Twelve to study the feasibility of a process to ...
Drone With Legs and 3D-Printed Talons Can Perch Anywhere

Drone With Legs and 3D-Printed Talons Can Perch Anywhere

Researchers at the University of Groningen have designed a drone with legs that feature four 3D-printed talons. Inspired by the ...
US Air Force Rapid Dragon Palletized Munition System Seeks To Launch Cruise Missiles From Back of Aircraft

US Air Force Rapid Dragon Palletized Munition System Seeks To Launch Cruise Missiles From Back of Aircraft

The US Air Force recently completed another test of its Rapid Dragon palletized munition system concept. Rapid Dragon - sometimes ...
DARPA Recovers Unmanned X-61 Gremlin Air Vehicle In C-130 Flight

DARPA Recovers Unmanned X-61 Gremlin Air Vehicle In C-130 Flight

For the first time, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) succesfully recovered an unmanned X-61 Gremlin air vehicle to ...
Dragon's Lair Competition Winner Can Predict Building's Internal Structure Based On Outward Appearance

Dragon’s Lair Competition Winner Can Predict Building’s Internal Structure Based On Outward Appearance

One of the five winners of the most recent Dragon’s Lair competition - a search for innovative ideas held quarterly ...
DARPA Launches Forecasting Floats in Turbulence Challenge To Predict Sea Drifters, Float Locations

DARPA Launches Forecasting Floats in Turbulence Challenge To Predict Sea Drifters, Float Locations

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has launched its Forecasting Floats in Turbulence (FTT) challenge in search of technology ...
US Air Force Awards $35.4M For Drones With AnOff-Board Sensing Station

US Air Force Awards $35.4M For Drones With AnOff-Board Sensing Station

The Air Force has awarded Kratos Defense & Security Solutions and General Atomics matching $17.7M contracts to develop drones that ...
US Army Awards Contact For New High-Power, Compact Laser Weapon Subsystem

US Army Awards Contact For New High-Power, Compact Laser Weapon Subsystem

General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems (GA-EMS) and Boeing have recently been awarded a U.S. Army Rapid Capabilities and Critical Technologies Office ...
Stinger Training Dome Projects Terrain and Aircraft Images Within 360° VR Battlefield

Stinger Training Dome Projects Terrain and Aircraft Images Within 360° VR Battlefield

Fort Sill, OK recently held an opening ceremony for its new Integrated Moving Target Simulator - called the Stinger Training ...
DARPA Announces Coded Visibility Program

DARPA Announces Coded Visibility Program

DARPA recently announced its Coded Visibility program, which aims to develop obscurants that will be used to provide warfighters with ...
Low Boom Supersonic UAV Demonstrator Will Provide Next-Gen Combat Drones For Fighter Pilot Training

Low Boom Supersonic UAV Demonstrator Will Provide Next-Gen Combat Drones For Fighter Pilot Training

Exosonic has been awarded a Direct to Phase II SBIR contract from the US Air Force for the development of ...
Bell Autonomous Pod Transport Demonstrates Ability For Quicker Resupply Missions In Challenging Locations

Bell Autonomous Pod Transport Demonstrates Ability For Quicker Resupply Missions In Challenging Locations

Bell has successfully demonstrated the aerial resupply capability of its Autonomous Pod Transport (APT) - an autonomous electric vertical takeoff ...
DARPA Awards Contracts For Enhanced Night Vision Eyeglass Form Factors

DARPA Awards Contracts For Enhanced Night Vision Eyeglass Form Factors

DARPA has awarded a $3 million contract to Raytheon BBN Technologies Corp. and a $2.3 million contract to UC San ...
DARPA SBIR Opportunity Seeks Breakthrough Technologies For Energy Web Dominance

DARPA SBIR Opportunity Seeks Breakthrough Technologies For Energy Web Dominance

DARPA has issued a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) opportunity for the Breakthrough Technologies for Energy Web Dominance project. The ...
Special Purpose Unmanned Rifle (SPUR) Allows Operators Safe Distance To Load and Fire

Special Purpose Unmanned Rifle (SPUR) Allows Operators Safe Distance To Load and Fire

Ghost Robotics and SWORD International recently presented what they call the “latest lethality innovation” at the Association of the U.S ...
BAE Systems Tests Advanced Precision Kill Weapon System Laser-Guided Rocket

BAE Systems Tests Advanced Precision Kill Weapon System Laser-Guided Rocket

BAE Systems has successfully tested its Advanced Precision Kill Weapon System (APKWS) laser-guided rocket. The precision strike tests were held ...
Molar Microphone Enables Soldiers To Pick Up Voice Communication Without Headset

Molar Microphone Enables Soldiers To Pick Up Voice Communication Without Headset

Integrated Tactical Technologies(iT2) has created new communication capabilities for soldiers that combine handsfree tooth microphones with electronics-embedded apparel. The Molar ...
DoD Releases Climate Adaptation Plan

DoD Releases Climate Adaptation Plan

The Department of Defense has released its 2021 Climate Adaptation Plan - a roadmap to ensure it can maintain the ...
Synthetic Training Environment Live Training System for US Army Will Emphasize Realism

Synthetic Training Environment Live Training System for US Army Will Emphasize Realism

Amentum will be leading a team of federal technology and service providers -  including FN America, Cole Engineering Systems, Cornet ...
Scramjet-Powered Hypersonic Air-Breathing Weapon Concept Successfully Flight Tested

Scramjet-Powered Hypersonic Air-Breathing Weapon Concept Successfully Flight Tested

Raytheon Missiles & Defense, working with Northrop Grumman, recently successfully completed the first flight test of a scramjet-powered Hypersonic Air-breathing ...
Air Force Begins MC-130J Commando II Amphibious Capability Program

Air Force Begins MC-130J Commando II Amphibious Capability Program

The Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC) has plans to begin its MC-130J Commando II Amphibious Capability - or MAC ...
Army National Simulation Center Tests LVC-IA System

Army National Simulation Center Tests LVC-IA System

The Army’s National Simulation Center at Fort Leavenworth, KS has been testing the Live, Virtual, Constructive Integrating Architecture (LVC-IA) - ...
New Flying Microchip Measures Environment, May Have Military Application

New Flying Microchip Measures Environment, May Have Military Application

John Rogers at Northwestern University and his team have developed tiny wireless sensors inspired by floating seeds which could be ...
FLIR R80D Skyraider Unmanned Aerial System Tested, Includes LiDAR and Throwbots

FLIR R80D Skyraider Unmanned Aerial System Tested, Includes LiDAR and Throwbots

Explosive Ordnance Disposal technicians from the 707th Ordnance Company (EOD) have been field testing the FLIR R80D Skyraider Unmanned Aerial ...
JAXA Schedules Phase 1 of Commercial Removal of Debris Demonstration Project

JAXA Schedules Phase 1 of Commercial Removal of Debris Demonstration Project

The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has scheduled Phase I of its Commercial Removal of Debris Demonstration Project (CRD2) for ...
Infantry Tests New Software To Coordinate Cyberspace Electromagnetic Activities

Infantry Tests New Software To Coordinate Cyberspace Electromagnetic Activities

New software which allows commanders to automate the planning, coordination, and synchronization of Cyberspace Electromagnetic Activities (CEMA) was recently tested ...
DARPA Seeks Technical Solutions for Space-BACN Project

DARPA Seeks Technical Solutions for Space-BACN Project

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) recently issued a solicitation for two technical areas of the Space-Based Adaptive Communications ...
Office of Naval Research Announces Advanced Minesweeping Sensor Payload Deployment

Office of Naval Research Announces Advanced Minesweeping Sensor Payload Deployment

The Office of Naval Research (ONR) recently issued a special notice for the the Magnetic and Acoustic Generation Next Unmanned ...
Project Kaiju To Apply AI and Machine Learning To Future Cognitive Electronic Warfare Systems

Project Kaiju To Apply AI and Machine Learning To Future Cognitive Electronic Warfare Systems

Early next year, the US Air Force will launch Project Kaiju - a project that will apply AI and machine ...
Built-In Computerized AI Enables Transformation of Assault Rifles Into Networked Combat Machines

Built-In Computerized AI Enables Transformation of Assault Rifles Into Networked Combat Machines

Elbit Systems recently released its Assault Rifle Combat Application System (ARCAS) - a built-in computerized artificial intelligence (AI) powered system ...
Office of Naval Research Awards $9.5M For Development of Underwater Robotic System To Neutralize Mines and Explosives

Office of Naval Research Awards $9.5M For Development of Underwater Robotic System To Neutralize Mines and Explosives

The Office of Naval Research (ONR) has awarded RE2 Robotics a $9.5 million US contract to develop an underwater robotic ...
US Navy and Boeing Complete Mid-Air Refueling Using Unmanned Tanker

US Navy and Boeing Complete Mid-Air Refueling Using Unmanned Tanker

The U.S. Navy and Boeing recently successfully completed the mid-air refueling of a U.S. Navy F-35C Lightning II fighter jet ...
Office of Naval Research Awards $9.5M For Development of Underwater Robotic System

Office of Naval Research Awards $9.5M For Development of Underwater Robotic System

The Office of Naval Research (ONR) has awarded RE2 Robotics a $9.5 million contract to develop an underwater robotic system ...
6th Generation Multi-Function Active Electronically Scanned Array Successfully Demonstrated

6th Generation Multi-Function Active Electronically Scanned Array Successfully Demonstrated

Northrop Grumman has developed a sixth-generation digital multifunction active electronically scanned array (AESA) under DARPA's Arrays at Commercial Timescales – ...
Collins Aerospace Unveils Handheld Underwater Diver Navigation System

Collins Aerospace Unveils Handheld Underwater Diver Navigation System

Collins Aerospace - a Raytheon subsidiary - unveiled a new military underwater navigation system - the Military Underwater Navigation System ...
US Army High-Accuracy Detection and Exploitation System Will Provide Multi-Faced Sensing

US Army High-Accuracy Detection and Exploitation System Will Provide Multi-Faced Sensing

Raytheon Intelligence & Space (RI&S) has received a contract to build, integrate, and demonstrate prototype sensors for the U.S. Army’s ...
V-BAT Unmanned Aircraft Successfully Flight Tested

V-BAT Unmanned Aircraft Successfully Flight Tested

Northrop Grumman Corporation and Martin UAV have successfully flight tested the V-BAT unmanned aircraft system (UAS) - a part of ...
US Army RFP Due Sept 24 Seeking Net-Operations/Net-Centric Capabilities

US Army RFP Due Sept 24 Seeking Net-Operations/Net-Centric Capabilities

The US Army has issued a request for multiple proposals covering a broad range of IT systems and services to ...
RISE Consortium: Collaborating With DoD To Enhance Energy and Climate Resilience

RISE Consortium: Collaborating With DoD To Enhance Energy and Climate Resilience

The Resilient Infrastructure & Secure Energy (RISE) Consortium seeks to address the energy security and climate crises by reimagining how ...
Air Force Research Laboratory Awards $400M In Advanced Cybersecurity and Digital Engineering Research Contracts

Air Force Research Laboratory Awards $400M In Advanced Cybersecurity and Digital Engineering Research Contracts

The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) has awarded contracts to research advanced cybersecurity and digital engineering to protect aircraft electronic ...
Airborne Reconnaissance and Electric Warfare System Aircraft Completes Maiden Flight

Airborne Reconnaissance and Electric Warfare System Aircraft Completes Maiden Flight

L3Harris Technologies’ Airborne Reconnaissance and Electronic Warfare System aircraft (ARES) recently completed its maiden flight after six months of modifications ...
Remotely Operated Ground Unity For Expeditionary (ROGUE) Fires Successfully Tested

Remotely Operated Ground Unity For Expeditionary (ROGUE) Fires Successfully Tested

During the US Navy’s Large-Scale Exercise (LSE) 2021 - a global event in which it tests and validates the Navy ...
US Army Begins Construction On Resilient Replicable Modular Microgrid

US Army Begins Construction On Resilient Replicable Modular Microgrid

US Army Parks Reserve Forces Training Area (PRFTA) in Dublin, California is beginning the construction of the first of ten ...
DARPA's CRANE Project Begins Phase One Development

DARPA’s CRANE Project Begins Phase One Development

The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has awarded Lockheed Martin Aeronautics $12.1 million US and Aurora Flight Sciences ...
New Algorithm Helps Drones Safely Find Fastest Route Around Obstacles

New Algorithm Helps Drones Safely Find Fastest Route Around Obstacles

Researchers at MIT's Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems have designed an algorithm that will help drones find the fastest ...
US Army Awards $774M Contract To Update Cryptographic Technology

US Army Awards $774M Contract To Update Cryptographic Technology

The US Army’s Program Executive Office Command, Control, Communications-Tactical (PEO-C3T) awarded a contract for major updates to its cryptographic technology ...
New US Air Force Drones Will Simulate Aircraft and Missiles

New US Air Force Drones Will Simulate Aircraft and Missiles

The U.S. Air Force has contracted with Kratos Unmanned Aerial Systems to build target drones with the ability to perform ...
US Marine Corps Tests Expeditionary Modular Autonomous Vehicle

US Marine Corps Tests Expeditionary Modular Autonomous Vehicle

The US Marine Corps has recently been testing the Expeditionary Modular Autonomous Vehicle (EMAV). The EMAV is an autonomous truck ...
Raytheon Coyote Block 3 Successfully Defeats Drone Swarm

Raytheon Coyote Block 3 Successfully Defeats Drone Swarm

The U.S. Army recently tested Raytheon Missiles & Defense’s Coyote Block 3 non-kinetic effector. It was able to successfully defeat ...
DOD Inspector General Warns of Security Risks With 3D Printing

DOD Inspector General Warns of Security Risks With 3D Printing

The Defense Department inspector General’s office recently published a report - Audit of the Cybersecurity of Department of Defense Additive ...
Missile Defense Agency Analyzes Networked Radio Communications Between Nanosatellites

Missile Defense Agency Analyzes Networked Radio Communications Between Nanosatellites

The Missile Defense Agency (MDA) is conducting a 90-day analysis of the use of small, low-cost satellites to demonstrate networked ...
US Marines Test Drone40

US Marines Test Drone40

The US Marines are testing the Drone40 - a miniaturized, low-cost, and recoverable unmanned aerial system that can be deployed ...
DARPA Issues AI Exploration Opportunity for ShELL Project, Proposals Due July 27

DARPA Issues AI Exploration Opportunity for ShELL Project, Proposals Due July 27

Officials of the U.S. Defense Advanced research Projects Agency (DARPA) have issued an artificial intelligence exploration opportunity for the Shared-Experience ...
DARPA FENCE Program Will Work With Event-Based Neuromorphic Cameras

DARPA FENCE Program Will Work With Event-Based Neuromorphic Cameras

DARPA has selected Raytheon, BAE Systems, and Northrop Grumman to lead research teams in the development of event-based infrared (IR) ...
Mobile, Fast-Forming, Secure VCM Provides Mobile Power For Next Gen Weapon Systems

Mobile, Fast-Forming, Secure VCM Provides Mobile Power For Next Gen Weapon Systems

The Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Research and Engineering and the Department of the Army recently demonstrated a ...
HiDRON Autonomous Aircraft Tested In Series of Stratospheric Flights

HiDRON Autonomous Aircraft Tested In Series of Stratospheric Flights

The Physical Science Laboratory at New Mexico State University partnered with Stratodynamics and UAVOS to perform a series of stratospheric ...
Smart Clothing Fiber Could Transform Uniforms Into Wearable Computers

Smart Clothing Fiber Could Transform Uniforms Into Wearable Computers

The US Army and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed a smart clothing fiber that could transform uniforms ...
Air Force Invents Flapping Wing Micro Aircraft Based On Bird Biomechanics

Air Force Invents Flapping Wing Micro Aircraft Based On Bird Biomechanics

Researchers at the US Air Force Research Lab have invented a flapping-wing micro aircraft vehicle - or MAV - based ...
Revolutionizing Night Vision With A Novel Nanocrystal

Revolutionizing Night Vision With A Novel Nanocrystal

An international team of researchers from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Transformative Meta-Optical Systems (TMOS), the Australian national University ...
South Korea ETRI Develops Sensor That Can Withstand Radiation

South Korea ETRI Develops Sensor That Can Withstand Radiation

South Korea’s Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI) has developed a sensor that can withstand heavy radiation and detect differences ...
Army Research Laboratory and University of Maryland Sign 5-Year Cooperative Agreement For AI Research

Army Research Laboratory and University of Maryland Sign 5-Year Cooperative Agreement For AI Research

The Army Research Laboratory (ARL) and University of Maryland (UMD) have signed a five-year cooperative agreement to conduct artificial intelligence ...
US Army Transportation School Uses Simulation Training

US Army Transportation School Uses Simulation Training

A division of the U.S. Army Transportation School - The Maritime & Intermodal Training Department (MITD) - is using simulation ...
4 Battery Companies Compete To build Conformal Wearable Battery

4 Battery Companies Compete To build Conformal Wearable Battery

US Army Communications-Electronics Command at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD has asked four battery companies to compete to build the Conformal ...
DARPA To Assess Feasibility of SQUIRREL Project

DARPA To Assess Feasibility of SQUIRREL Project

DARPA has released a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) project to assess the feasibility of the SQUad Intelligent Robotic Radio ...
DARPA Awards Contracts for DRACO Phase One

DARPA Awards Contracts for DRACO Phase One

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has awarded contracts for the Demonstration Rocket for Agile Cislunar Operations (DRACO) program's ...
Dragonfly-Inspired Drone Modeled On Superior Aerodynamics

Dragonfly-Inspired Drone Modeled On Superior Aerodynamics

Professor Javaan Chahl and his team from the University of South Australia (UniSA) are working remotely during the pandemic to ...
COPE JAVELIN Simulation Training Provides New Integrations

COPE JAVELIN Simulation Training Provides New Integrations

The Marine Corps recently held a simulation training event called ‘COPE JAVELIN.’ The simulation followed a fictional operational scenario involving ...
Biohybrid Robots Work Continues with US Army Combat Capabilities Development Command

Biohybrid Robots Work Continues with US Army Combat Capabilities Development Command

The U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command’s Army Research Laboratory is working with researchers at Duke University and the University ...
New Process Could Create Higher Performance Shock Absorption

New Process Could Create Higher Performance Shock Absorption

Researchers from the Universities of Birmingham, Oxford, and Ghent are working on a new process that could lead to more ...
Enhanced Night Vision Goggle Binocular Enable Greater Clarity

Enhanced Night Vision Goggle Binocular Enable Greater Clarity

The U.S. Army’s new Enhanced Night Vision Goggle-Binocular (ENVG-B) goggles will provide the Army's close combat forces with "an extra ...
Kaman Air Vehicles Successfully Tests Heavy-Lift Unmanned Helicopter

Kaman Air Vehicles Successfully Tests Heavy-Lift Unmanned Helicopter

Kaman Air Vehicles, a division of Kaman Aerospace Corporation, has successfully tested its K-MAX TITAN - a heavy-lift unmanned helicopter ...
US Marine Corps To Invest $1B In Electromagnetic Warfare Development Over 5 Years

US Marine Corps To Invest $1B In Electromagnetic Warfare Development Over 5 Years

The US Marine Corps has announced its plans to invest about $1 billion in electromagnetic warfare development over the next ...
Can Increasing Satellites Orbiting Earth Cause Safety Problems?

Can Increasing Satellites Orbiting Earth Cause Safety Problems?

Gen. James Dickinson, commander of U.S. Space Command, recently stated before the Senate Armed Services Committee his opinion that the ...
US Air Force Seeks Next-Gen Cyber Security Enabling Tech Through 5-Year "Capabilities For Cyber Advancement Project"

US Air Force Seeks Next-Gen Cyber Security Enabling Tech Through 5-Year “Capabilities For Cyber Advancement Project”

The US Air Force Research Laboratory Information Directorate has issued a call for next-generation cyber security enabling technologies. The five-year ...
US Army Awards Contracts For Prototypes of All-Terrain Vehicles For The Arctic

US Army Awards Contracts For Prototypes of All-Terrain Vehicles For The Arctic

The US Army has awarded contracts for prototypes of a new, all-terrain vehicle (CATV) that can operate in the Arctic ...
WiSPER Project Will Develop Secure RF Transmitter and Receiver Tech

WiSPER Project Will Develop Secure RF Transmitter and Receiver Tech

The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has awarded contracts to CACI International and Perspecta Labs for the Wideband ...
New Plasma-Treated Aluminum Nanoparticles Will Improve Future Explosive Weapon Systems

New Plasma-Treated Aluminum Nanoparticles Will Improve Future Explosive Weapon Systems

Researchers at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory and the Center for Nanoscale Materials at Argonne National Laboratory have developed a ...
US Army Tests Light Robotic Combat Vehicle Prototype

US Army Tests Light Robotic Combat Vehicle Prototype

The US Army recently received the first of its light Robotic Combat Vehicle (RCV) prototypes and has begun testing for ...
Chemical Detection Tech Will Equip Warfighters With New Tools

Chemical Detection Tech Will Equip Warfighters With New Tools

The Defense Threat Reduction Agency's Joint Science and Technology Office (DTRA JSTO) awarded a contract to FLIR Systems for chemical-detection technologies based ...
Microgrid at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar In San Diego is Live!

Microgrid at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar In San Diego is Live!

Schneider Electric and Black & Veatch have completed the installation of a microgrid system at the Marine Corps Air Station ...
NORAD and Defense Innovation Unit Create AI "Pathfinder" To Detect Threats

NORAD and Defense Innovation Unit Create AI “Pathfinder” To Detect Threats

NORAD partnered with the Defense Innovation Unit - a Pentagon organization that specializes in using emerging commercial technologies for military ...
California Startup Announces Reusable Rocket

California Startup Announces Reusable Rocket

Relativity Space - a California start-up offering autonomous rockets and launch services for satellites - recently announced the creation of ...
DARPA Awards Contracts For HEAT Project

DARPA Awards Contracts For HEAT Project

U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has awarded contracts for its High Enthalpy Aperture Technology (HEAT) project. HEAT will ...
US Army To Field Test Tactical High Power Operational Responder

US Army To Field Test Tactical High Power Operational Responder

The US Army plans to conduct field-testing as early as 2024 of THOR - Tactical High Power Operational Responder - ...
Six Month Joint Study Will Examine Mental Health of Troops In Extreme Cold

Six Month Joint Study Will Examine Mental Health of Troops In Extreme Cold

The Army’s 25th Infantry Division's 4th Brigade Combat Team at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, will be taking part in a ...
DARTA Strategic Technologies Office Awards 2 Contracts for ASTARTE Project

DARTA Strategic Technologies Office Awards 2 Contracts for ASTARTE Project

DARPA's Strategic Technologies Office recently awarded two contracts for Phase 1 of the Air Space Total Awareness for Rapid Tactical ...
US Army To Develop New, Lower Energy, More Powerful Laser Weapon

US Army To Develop New, Lower Energy, More Powerful Laser Weapon

The United States Army is developing a new laser weapon - the Tactical Ultrashort Pulsed Laser for Army Platforms (UPSL) ...
New Way To Link Materials May Enable Military Robots Made of Robots

New Way To Link Materials May Enable Military Robots Made of Robots

US Army researchers - working with MIT’s Center for Bits and Atoms - have created a new way to link ...
US Army Spectrum Analyzer, Spec A, Will Improve Situational Awareness

US Army Spectrum Analyzer, Spec A, Will Improve Situational Awareness

The U.S. Army is working on a new spectrum analyzer to improve situational awareness. The analyzer, also called a Spec ...
Army Natick Soldier Systems Center Seeks Exoskeleton Technologies

Army Natick Soldier Systems Center Seeks Exoskeleton Technologies

The Army Natick Soldier Systems Center in Natick, Massachusetts recently released a request for information (RIF) for the development of  exoskeleton ...
Small, Light, Low-Cost Antenna For CubeSats Reduces Limitations for Next Gen Telecommunications

Small, Light, Low-Cost Antenna For CubeSats Reduces Limitations for Next Gen Telecommunications

Researchers at Pusan National University and the University of Alabama have developed a small, light, and low-cost deployable antenna for ...
bluShift Aerospace Launches World's First Biofuel Powered Commercial Booster

bluShift Aerospace Launches World’s First Biofuel Powered Commercial Booster

Startup company bluShift Aerospace recently launched the world's first commercial booster powered by biofuel - named ‘Stardust 1.0.’ The company's ...
DARPA To Use Honeywell Next Gen Inertial Sensor Technology In Navigation Applications

DARPA To Use Honeywell Next Gen Inertial Sensor Technology In Navigation Applications

Honeywell is creating the next generation of inertial sensor technology that will be used in future for both commercial and ...
US Army Publishes New Installations Strategy, Examining Need For Cybersecurity On Base

US Army Publishes New Installations Strategy, Examining Need For Cybersecurity On Base

The US Army published its new Installations Strategy in December of 2020 which examines the need for cybersecurity on bases ...
Defiant X Proposed As US Army's Future Long-Range Assault Aircraft

Defiant X Proposed As US Army’s Future Long-Range Assault Aircraft

Sikorsky and Boeing Co. have unveiled Defiant X - a compound coaxial helicopter that they propose as the U.S. Army's ...
New Partnership Prevents Drones From Zero-Day Cyber Attacks

New Partnership Prevents Drones From Zero-Day Cyber Attacks

SparkCognition and SkyGrid have formed a new partnership to protect drones from zero-day attacks - cyber attacks that occur when ...
US Army RFP Seeks Drones To Deliver Supplies To Field Infantry Brigade Combat Teams

US Army RFP Seeks Drones To Deliver Supplies To Field Infantry Brigade Combat Teams

The U.S. Army recently issued an RFP for drones that can deliver supplies to infantry brigade combat teams in the ...
Quieter Drones Possible Using Computational Fluid Dynamics

Quieter Drones Possible Using Computational Fluid Dynamics

Miranda Costenoble, a graduate student researcher with the US Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (DEVCOM), recently presented her work on ...
Cloaking Skin Enables Wearers To Camouflage, Hide From Thermal Cameras

Cloaking Skin Enables Wearers To Camouflage, Hide From Thermal Cameras

Researchers at Seoul National University in South Korea are working on a new cloaking “skin,” that will enable wearers to ...
Aevum Releases Rocket-Launching Drone

Aevum Releases Rocket-Launching Drone

Aevum - an aerospace startup - recently released its rocket-launching drone designed to send small satellites into orbit without a ...
US Navy Uses Camera-Equipped Drones To Detect Distant Targets

US Navy Uses Camera-Equipped Drones To Detect Distant Targets

Under the Submarine-Launched Unmanned Aerial System (SLUAS), the U.S. Navy is equipping submarines with camera-equipped drones that can be launched ...
US DoD and Australian DoD Agree To Continue Development of Air-Breathing Hypersonic Missiles

US DoD and Australian DoD Agree To Continue Development of Air-Breathing Hypersonic Missiles

The U.S. Department of Defense and the Australian Department of Defense have entered into an agreement to continue the development ...
Army's 10th Mountain Division Undergo 12-Month Human Performance MASTR-E Study

Army’s 10th Mountain Division Undergo 12-Month Human Performance MASTR-E Study

Soldiers from the Army’s 10th Mountain Division are participating in a 12-month human performance study to monitor their stress levels ...
Marine Corps System Command Seeks Sources For Man-Portable System Able To Launch Swarms of Kamikaze Drones

Marine Corps System Command Seeks Sources For Man-Portable System Able To Launch Swarms of Kamikaze Drones

Marine Corps System Command (MARCORSYSCOM) has released an RFI for industry sources to produce a man-portable system capable of launching ...
US Army Develops Modular Electromagnetic Spectrum Deception Suite

US Army Develops Modular Electromagnetic Spectrum Deception Suite

The U.S. Army is developing a deceptive capability for use within the electromagnetic spectrum mission - the Modular Electromagnetic Spectrum ...
How Will Bumblebee Flight Impact Next Generation Drones and Autonomous Vehicles?

How Will Bumblebee Flight Impact Next Generation Drones and Autonomous Vehicles?

A collaboration of researchers from UNSW Canberra, Bielefeld University, The Max Planck Institute, Brown University, and The University of California ...
Select SBIR Briefings from Navy, NASA, DHS, DoE and more!

Select SBIR Briefings from Navy, NASA, DHS, DoE and more!

This session features five-minute SBIR/STTR agency briefings on current and upcoming funding opportunities. Bob Smith, Director, SBIR/STTR, U.S. NavyClare Masucci, ...
Defense Innovation Secrets: Providing AI Solutions the U.S. Military Will Buy

Defense Innovation Secrets: Providing AI Solutions the U.S. Military Will Buy

The Joint TechConnect and Defense Innovation Spotlights accelerate private-sector and defense-sourced technology solutions aligned with commercial market and national security ...
Logistics In A Contested Environment

Logistics In A Contested Environment

Operating in contested environments requires presents a unique demand set, from base to battlefield. This panel representing combatant commands and ...
Working With The Primes

Working With The Primes

According to SBIR.gov, "with over 40% of the SBIR/STTR budget going to the Department of Defense, it is important to ...
DOD Electromagnetic Spectrum Superiority Strategy Stresses Freedom of Action

DOD Electromagnetic Spectrum Superiority Strategy Stresses Freedom of Action

The Department of Defense recently announced the release of the DOD Electromagnetic Spectrum Superiority Strategy. The strategy stresses the need ...
DARPA Awards $9.8M To Rice University For Next-Gen Nonsurgical Neurotechnology Program

DARPA Awards $9.8M To Rice University For Next-Gen Nonsurgical Neurotechnology Program

The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has awarded $9.8 million US to researchers at Rice University for the ...
US Air Force Contracts Descartes Labs For Real-Time Analytics, Moving Target Indication Data

US Air Force Contracts Descartes Labs For Real-Time Analytics, Moving Target Indication Data

Descartes Labs Inc. - a spinoff company from Los Alamos National Laboratory - has received a $2.2 million US contract ...
DoD Requests $449M for 5G Work in 2021, Announces Pilot Projects

DoD Requests $449M for 5G Work in 2021, Announces Pilot Projects

The Defense Department has requested $449 million US for 5G work to be performed in 2021 and has already announced ...
AVENGER Naval AI Grand Challenge Aims To Incorporate AI Into Fleets

AVENGER Naval AI Grand Challenge Aims To Incorporate AI Into Fleets

The Navy is holding its AVENGER Naval AI Grand Challenge between the service, naval laboratories, and the Joint Artificial Intelligence ...
NIST Launches Research Committee, Focuses On National Security Applications of Quantum Science

NIST Launches Research Committee, Focuses On National Security Applications of Quantum Science

NIST’s Quantum Economic Development Consortium (QEDC) recently launched a new research committee focused on the national security applications of quantum ...
US Missile Defense Agency Seeks To Define Concepts for Sea-Based Terminal Future Interceptor

US Missile Defense Agency Seeks To Define Concepts for Sea-Based Terminal Future Interceptor

The U.S. Missile Defense Agency (MDA) has issued a broad agency announcement to define concepts for the Sea-Based Terminal Future ...
NASA and US Geological Survey Request Information For Landsat Next Project

NASA and US Geological Survey Request Information For Landsat Next Project

The NASA Goddard Space Flight Center and the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) have issued a request for information (RIF) for ...
AR Goggles Enable Communication With Military Working Dogs on Battlefield

AR Goggles Enable Communication With Military Working Dogs on Battlefield

Command Sight Inc. - a start-up investigating technological solutions to improve communication between humans and animals - has created augmented ...
Army Develops New Microwave Radiation Sensor 100,000x More Sensitive Than Existing

Army Develops New Microwave Radiation Sensor 100,000x More Sensitive Than Existing

A microwave radiation sensor with 100,000 times higher sensitivity than currently available commercial sensors has recently been developed. The Army ...
Army Funds $8M Research Project with University of Illinois for Autonomous Charging System for Drones

Army Funds $8M Research Project with University of Illinois for Autonomous Charging System for Drones

The Army Research Laboratory’s Combat Capabilities Development Command has funded a four-year, $8 million research project with The University of ...
Jack Voltaic 3.0 Simulates Cyber Attack in Savannah and Charleston

Jack Voltaic 3.0 Simulates Cyber Attack in Savannah and Charleston

The Army Cyber Institute (ACI) at Georgia Southern University recently held an all-virtual cyber exercise - Jack Voltaic™ 3.0 - ...
Live Fire Engagements Demonstrate AI Systems Detecting Threats, Delivering Data

Live Fire Engagements Demonstrate AI Systems Detecting Threats, Delivering Data

The U.S. Army recently completed a series of live fire engagements demonstrating how artificial intelligence systems can rapidly work together ...
Patent Issued for 3D Printable Marine Biodegradable Base Polymer Material

Patent Issued for 3D Printable Marine Biodegradable Base Polymer Material

Researchers in the Biotechnology Research and Development Lab at the U.S. Navy’s Naval Surface Warfare Center have been issued a ...
DARPA Awards $13.9M for Sea Train Project

DARPA Awards $13.9M for Sea Train Project

The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has awarded a $13.9M US contract to Applied Physical Sciences - a ...
US Army Awards $36M for 1.1 MW Floating Solar PV System

US Army Awards $36M for 1.1 MW Floating Solar PV System

The US Army has awarded Ameresco’ Federal Solutions Group and Duke Energy a $36 million design-build utility energy service contract ...
US Army to Open PNT Modernization Office to Develop Solutions to Reduce Dependence on GPS

US Army to Open PNT Modernization Office to Develop Solutions to Reduce Dependence on GPS

The U.S. Army’s Program Executive Office for Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors will soon open a new office and laboratory ...
Tube-Launched SQUID Drone Removes Requirements for Takeoff Conditions

Tube-Launched SQUID Drone Removes Requirements for Takeoff Conditions

Researchers at Caltech and NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab have built a tube-launched drone that removes the standard requirements for takeoff ...
Army Research Laboratory Grants $780K to the Study of Combustion Engines in Aerial Army Drones

Army Research Laboratory Grants $780K to the Study of Combustion Engines in Aerial Army Drones

Researchers from the department of Materials Science and Engineering at the University of North Texas have received a $780,000 grant ...
Oak Ridge National Lab Spinoff Seeks to Commercialize New Drone Operation System

Oak Ridge National Lab Spinoff Seeks to Commercialize New Drone Operation System

Horizon31 - a spin out from the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) - seeks to commercialize a ...
DARPA Announces Science of Atomic Vapors for New Technologies Project

DARPA Announces Science of Atomic Vapors for New Technologies Project

The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has issued a broad agency announcement for the Science of Atomic Vapors ...
DoD Approves 5 Companies for Drone Production, Alternatives to Chinese-Made Systems

DoD Approves 5 Companies for Drone Production, Alternatives to Chinese-Made Systems

The Defense Department's technology innovation unit (DIU) recently approved five U.S. companies for drone production as alternatives to Chinese-made systems ...
Rechargeable Zinc Battery Integrates with Robot, Provides More Energy

Rechargeable Zinc Battery Integrates with Robot, Provides More Energy

Researchers at the University of Michigan have developed a rechargeable zinc battery that integrates into the structure of a robot ...
US Army Issues RFI for Technology Allowing Aircraft to Survive and Defeat Systems in Adversarial Environments

US Army Issues RFI for Technology Allowing Aircraft to Survive and Defeat Systems in Adversarial Environments

The U.S. Army’s Combat Capabilities Development Command (CCDC) Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Cyber, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C5ISR) Center has ...
US Army Tests Integrated Battle Command System to Overcome Enemy Jamming

US Army Tests Integrated Battle Command System to Overcome Enemy Jamming

The U.S. Army recently tested Northrop Grumman’s Integrated Battle Command System (IBCS) to overcome “enemy” jamming and direct Patriot missiles ...
A Spectrum Sharing Plan Will Make 100MHz of Mid-Band Spectrum Available for Commercial 5G Networks

A Spectrum Sharing Plan Will Make 100MHz of Mid-Band Spectrum Available for Commercial 5G Networks

A spectrum-sharing plan will soon make 100MHz of spectrum in the 3.45-3.55GHz band - known as mid-band spectrum - available ...
Hyper-Angular Rainbow Polarimeter (HARP) Satellite Receives Small Satellite Mission of the Year Award

Hyper-Angular Rainbow Polarimeter (HARP) Satellite Receives Small Satellite Mission of the Year Award

The Hyper-Angular Rainbow Polarimeter satellite - built by The Space Dynamics Laboratory (SDL) - has received the Small Satellite Mission ...
Perception and Action: Carnegie Mellon University Researchers Design Novel Method for Teaching Drones

Perception and Action: Carnegie Mellon University Researchers Design Novel Method for Teaching Drones

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have designed a novel method that allows drones to learn perception and action separately. This ...
DAMO-Cy Becomes DAMO-Strategic Operations, Focuses on Digital Modernization of Warfighting Systems

DAMO-Cy Becomes DAMO-Strategic Operations, Focuses on Digital Modernization of Warfighting Systems

The US Army’s Management Office-Cyber (DAMO-Cy) has become the DAMO-Strategic Operations (DAMO-SO), running under its G3/5/7 operations and planning directorate ...
NanoGraf To Develop Longer Lasting Batteries with SBIR Grant from US DoD

NanoGraf To Develop Longer Lasting Batteries with SBIR Grant from US DoD

Battery tech startup NanoGraf - formerly known as SiNode Systems - has received a $1.65 million SBIR grant from the ...
DAMO-Strategic Operations Focuses on Digital Modernization of Warfighting Systems

DAMO-Strategic Operations Focuses on Digital Modernization of Warfighting Systems

The US Army’s Management Office-Cyber (DAMO-Cy) has become the DAMO-Strategic Operations (DAMO-SO), running under its G3/5/7 operations and planning directorate ...
NAVAIR Cyber Warfare Detachment Solicits R&D Addressing Critical Access Points and Resiliency Issues

NAVAIR Cyber Warfare Detachment Solicits R&D Addressing Critical Access Points and Resiliency Issues

The NAVAIR Cyber Warfare Detachment (CWD) of the Naval Air Systems Command has submitted a broad agency announcement (BAA) soliciting ...
Compact Telescopes for Nanosatellites Could Collect Information for Remote Sensing Data Users

Compact Telescopes for Nanosatellites Could Collect Information for Remote Sensing Data Users

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) and Tyvak Nano-Satellite Systems, Inc. have formed a cooperative research and development agreement (CRADA) to ...
US Navy Contracts Design for Prototype of Medium Unmanned Surface Vehicle

US Navy Contracts Design for Prototype of Medium Unmanned Surface Vehicle

The U.S. Navy has awarded a fixed-price-incentive-firm-target contract to L3Harris Technologies Unmanned Maritime Systems division to design and manufacture a ...
Ben-Gurion University Researchers Can Now Pinpoint Malicious Drone Operators

Ben-Gurion University Researchers Can Now Pinpoint Malicious Drone Operators

Researchers at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) in Israel have developed a system that will determine how to pinpoint ...
iRocket Signs Phase II Contract with US Air Force to Transport  Satellite Constellations to Low Earth Orbit Satellites on Shockwave

iRocket Signs Phase II Contract with US Air Force to Transport Satellite Constellations to Low Earth Orbit Satellites on Shockwave

iRocket - a New York based startup building autonomous small reusable rockets - has signed a Phase II RAPID Other ...
US Air Force and Hypergiant Build Chameleon Constellation, Small Satellites in Low Earth Orbit

US Air Force and Hypergiant Build Chameleon Constellation, Small Satellites in Low Earth Orbit

The US Air Force will be working with AI start-up, Hypergiant, to build prototypes of a network of small satellites ...
US Air Force Contracts 18+ Businesses in Advanced Battle Management System Effort

US Air Force Contracts 18+ Businesses in Advanced Battle Management System Effort

The U.S. Air Force recently contracted with 18 more businesses to work on its Advanced Battle Management System (ABMS) effort ...
US Navy Officials Award Contract to Upgrade Iver3 Autonomous Underwater Vehicles

US Navy Officials Award Contract to Upgrade Iver3 Autonomous Underwater Vehicles

U.S. Navy officials at the Naval Research Laboratory recently announced plans to award a contract to L3Harris Technologies Ocean Server ...
Quadcopter Novel Algorithm Enables Acrobatic Maneuvers for Drones

Quadcopter Novel Algorithm Enables Acrobatic Maneuvers for Drones

Researchers from NCCR Robotics consortium at the University of Zurich and microprocessor company Intel have collaborated to develop a quadcopter ...
US Air Force COVID-19 Patient Transport System Declared Ready for Operational Use

US Air Force COVID-19 Patient Transport System Declared Ready for Operational Use

The US Air Force’s Covid-19 patient transportation system has been declared fully ready for operational use as the first Negatively ...
Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane and Atlantic Divisions Partner, Seek New Technologies to Support Naval Integration in Contested Environments

Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane and Atlantic Divisions Partner, Seek New Technologies to Support Naval Integration in Contested Environments

Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane (NSWC Crane) Division and Naval Information Warfare Center Atlantic (NIWC Atlantic) have partnered to search ...
New Tool Enables Future Vertical Lift Vehicles to Change Shape During Flight

New Tool Enables Future Vertical Lift Vehicles to Change Shape During Flight

Researchers with the U.S. Army's Combat Capabilities Development Command's Army Research Laboratory and Texas A&M University have developed a tool ...
Navy SEALs Test Dry Combat Submersible Allowing Full Enclosure In Transit

Navy SEALs Test Dry Combat Submersible Allowing Full Enclosure In Transit

Navy SEALs are testing a new dry combat submersible (DCS) that allows them to be fully enclosed inside a mini-submarine ...
DARPA Launches First Bug Bounty Program

DARPA Launches First Bug Bounty Program

DARPA is partnering with the Defense Digital Service (DDS) and Synack, a crowdsourced security company, to launch its first bug ...
DoD Experiments with Spectrum Sharing, 5G Networks

DoD Experiments with Spectrum Sharing, 5G Networks

The US Department of Defense is currently conducting experiments that enable 5G networks - with spectrum sharing as one of ...
Raytheon Partners with Boldend, Builds Automated Products to Develop Cyber Tools, Bolster Security

Raytheon Partners with Boldend, Builds Automated Products to Develop Cyber Tools, Bolster Security

Raytheon Intelligence & Space is partnering with Boldend, a next-generation defense contractor, to build automated products that accelerate the development ...
AtHoc Software Enables Real-Time Secure Alerts for Unauthorized Drones in Sensitive Airspace

AtHoc Software Enables Real-Time Secure Alerts for Unauthorized Drones in Sensitive Airspace

BlackBerry and drone detection company, Dedrone, have partnered to build an instant notification system for unauthorized drone activity in sensitive ...
DARPA Launches Automatic Implementation of Secure Silicon Program, Aims to Design Security into Microchips

DARPA Launches Automatic Implementation of Secure Silicon Program, Aims to Design Security into Microchips

DARPA has launched the Automatic Implementation of Secure Silicon (AISS) program - a four-year project seeking ways to design security ...
US Army Seeks to Fund Wearable COVID-19 Sensors

US Army Seeks to Fund Wearable COVID-19 Sensors

The U.S. Army is offering a $25 million contract for the development of wearable sensors with the capability for the ...
ADVACAM Aims At Drone To Independently Search for Radiation

ADVACAM Aims At Drone To Independently Search for Radiation

ADVACAM - a spin-off of the Czech Technical University in Prague (CTU) - and the Laboratory of Multi-robot Systems (MRS) ...
New Lightweight Fuel Tank for Small-Scale Satellites Developed in UK

New Lightweight Fuel Tank for Small-Scale Satellites Developed in UK

Researchers at the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Center (AMRC) have developed a lightweight fuel tank for small-scale satellites ...
Biosolar Cell Generates Electricity Using Two Types of Bacteria, Lasts Longer

Biosolar Cell Generates Electricity Using Two Types of Bacteria, Lasts Longer

Researchers at Binghamton University have designed a biosolar cell that generates electricity using two types of bacteria: one is photosynthetic ...
Pentagon Joint AI Center Explores Testing and Evaluation Capabilities for Emerging AI Tech

Pentagon Joint AI Center Explores Testing and Evaluation Capabilities for Emerging AI Tech

The US Pentagon’s Joint Artificial Intelligence Center (JAIC) submitted a request for information (RFI) looking for input on testing and ...
21 High-Performance Jet Target Drones and Spares Purchased for Live Weapon System Evaluations and Testing

21 High-Performance Jet Target Drones and Spares Purchased for Live Weapon System Evaluations and Testing

Kratos Defense & Security Solutions, Inc. - based in San Diego, CA - recently announced that the Kratos Unmanned Systems ...
Proton Battery Using Abundant Materials Developed in Sweden

Proton Battery Using Abundant Materials Developed in Sweden

Researchers at Uppsala University in Sweden have developed a proton battery based on abundant organic materials. Though lithium-ion batteries are ...
DARPA Issues Solicitation for Ocean of Things Project Phase Two

DARPA Issues Solicitation for Ocean of Things Project Phase Two

The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has issued a solicitation for the second phase of the Ocean of ...
New AI Consortium Focuses on Fighting COVID-19

New AI Consortium Focuses on Fighting COVID-19

A new artificial intelligence consortium at the University of Illinois has made fighting the COVID-19 pandemic its number one priority ...
DARPA'S COMPASS Tool Suite Tested to Study Observed Events, Possible Connections

DARPA’S COMPASS Tool Suite Tested to Study Observed Events, Possible Connections

DARPA’s COMPASS - Collection and Monitoring via Planning for Active Situational Scenarios - tool suite has undergone testing by the ...
US Space Force Announces Operational Capability and Acceptance of Space Fence Radar Surveillance System

US Space Force Announces Operational Capability and Acceptance of Space Fence Radar Surveillance System

The US Space Force has announced the initial operational capability and operational acceptance of its Space Fence radar surveillance system ...
Virtual Image Synthesis and Transformation for Autonomy Creates Photorealistic World, Helps Autonomous Cars Navigate

Virtual Image Synthesis and Transformation for Autonomy Creates Photorealistic World, Helps Autonomous Cars Navigate

Researchers at MIT have devised a system for training autonomous driving systems how to drive. VISTA - Virtual Image Synthesis ...
US Department of Homeland Security Awards $4M for Autonomous, Underwater, Surface Vehicles Models

US Department of Homeland Security Awards $4M for Autonomous, Underwater, Surface Vehicles Models

San Diego-based Ocean Aero has been awarded a multi-year, $4 million dollar contract by the US Department of Homeland Security ...
New Cathode Material Achieves Stable Operation at High Discharge Currents

New Cathode Material Achieves Stable Operation at High Discharge Currents

Researchers from the Skoltech Center for Energy Science and Technology (CEST) in Russia have created a new cathode material based ...
Researchers Gather Radar Measurement Data, Improve Detection of UAVs

Researchers Gather Radar Measurement Data, Improve Detection of UAVs

A team of researchers based at Aalto University (Finland), UCLouvain (Belgium), and New York University (USA) is gathering extensive radar ...
Installation Energy Resilience Strategy Delivers Uninterrupted, Reliable, High Quality Power

Installation Energy Resilience Strategy Delivers Uninterrupted, Reliable, High Quality Power

The US Department of Navy and the US Marines Corps have developed a resilience policy that will enable key installations ...
Space and Missile Systems Center's Ground-Based Communications Jammer Achieves Initial Operating Capability

Space and Missile Systems Center’s Ground-Based Communications Jammer Achieves Initial Operating Capability

The Space and Missile Systems Center’s special programs directorate of the U.S. Space Force has announced that its new version ...
Elbit Systems Will Equip F-16 Aircraft with Pylon-Based Infrared Missile Warning Systems

Elbit Systems Will Equip F-16 Aircraft with Pylon-Based Infrared Missile Warning Systems

Israeli defense contractor Elbit recently announced that its American subsidiary, Elbit Systems of America, has received a firm-fixed-price contract with ...
Underwater Multi-Sensor Test Pool Can Now Perform Autonomy Assessments, Sonar Measurements, Verification of Acoustic Release Systems

Underwater Multi-Sensor Test Pool Can Now Perform Autonomy Assessments, Sonar Measurements, Verification of Acoustic Release Systems

The Underwater Multi-Sensor (UMS) test pool at the Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division (NSWC PCD) recently underwent renovations ...
Can "islanded" electric grid systems provide electricity to smaller geographical areas?

Can “islanded” electric grid systems provide electricity to smaller geographical areas?

Researchers from the University of British Columbia's Okanagan School of Engineering are examining ways to redesign how electricity is distributed ...
Tactical Resupply Unmanned Aircraft System Awards $225K to Three Companies Supplying Delivery Drones

Tactical Resupply Unmanned Aircraft System Awards $225K to Three Companies Supplying Delivery Drones

Delivery drones are now capable of delivering supplies to marines in combat, allowing emergency food and ammunition deliveries in a ...
L3Harris Technologies to Develop Software Training Platform Supporting AI in Large Data Sets

L3Harris Technologies to Develop Software Training Platform Supporting AI in Large Data Sets

The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center has awarded L3Harris Technologies a multi-million dollar contract to develop a software platform ...
The Penn State Center for Socially Responsible AI to Promote Thoughtful Development and Application of AI

The Penn State Center for Socially Responsible AI to Promote Thoughtful Development and Application of AI

Penn State will launch a new, multi-unit research center this spring - The Penn State Center for Socially Responsible Artificial ...
Aerial Robots Use AI and Sensors to Fly Autonomously

Aerial Robots Use AI and Sensors to Fly Autonomously

Exyn Technologies -  a spinoff of the University of Pennsylvania’s General Robotics, Automation, Sensing, and Perception (GRASP) Laboratory - has ...
US Navy Awards Ameresco $58M, Invests in Infrastructure Redundancy for Mission Critical Loads

US Navy Awards Ameresco $58M, Invests in Infrastructure Redundancy for Mission Critical Loads

The US Navy has awarded Ameresco a task order for a $58 million energy resilience project at the Portsmouth Naval ...
Medical Technology Enterprise Consortium Awards $1.2M for Study Assessing Psychological and Physiological Effects of Augmented Reality

Medical Technology Enterprise Consortium Awards $1.2M for Study Assessing Psychological and Physiological Effects of Augmented Reality

Researchers from the University of California Irvine (UCI) School of Medicine, in partnership with Chenega Healthcare Services, LLC and MedCognition, ...
DoD Launches AI Strategy to Maintain Strategic Position

DoD Launches AI Strategy to Maintain Strategic Position

The US Department of Defense has launched its artificial intelligence strategy emphasizing that the United States - and its allied ...
Naval Surface Warfare Center Releases Crane's First Open Source Project, Supports DARPA Radio Frequency Machine Learning Systems Program

Naval Surface Warfare Center Releases Crane’s First Open Source Project, Supports DARPA Radio Frequency Machine Learning Systems Program

Researchers at the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division (NSWC Crane) have released Crane’s first open source project to provide ...
Drones to Monitor Disaster-Stricken Regions, Toxic Spill Sites

Drones to Monitor Disaster-Stricken Regions, Toxic Spill Sites

The European Defense Agency (EDA) and the European Space Agency (ESA) are partnering on two new projects that will explore ...
US Air Force Researches Sensors for Physiological Data, Aims to Mitigate Physiological Episodes

US Air Force Researches Sensors for Physiological Data, Aims to Mitigate Physiological Episodes

The US Air Force recently held a Physiological Episodes Mitigation Technology Summit and Industry Day to discuss research and development ...
Hybrid Drones and Shrunken Technology Identify Unexploded Ordinances from Air

Hybrid Drones and Shrunken Technology Identify Unexploded Ordinances from Air

Researchers from Binghamton University and Ukraine have developed a new technique using hybrid drones and shrunken technology to identify unexploded ...
New Approach to Automated Design of Drones Based on Mathematical Modeling, Digital Twin

New Approach to Automated Design of Drones Based on Mathematical Modeling, Digital Twin

Researchers at Tomsk State University’s Supercomputer Center in Russia have developed a method for the automated design of drones based ...
NOAA Hosts Data for Public Use

NOAA Hosts Data for Public Use

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) recently announced that it has entered into separate multi-year contracts with Amazon Web ...
European Commission Approves $3.5B State Aid for Battery Research and Innovation

European Commission Approves $3.5B State Aid for Battery Research and Innovation

The European Commission has approved €3.2B (~$3.5B US) of state aid to help fund new research and innovation in battery ...
New Nanoscale Sensing Technology to Image, Measure Stress on Materials Under High Pressure

New Nanoscale Sensing Technology to Image, Measure Stress on Materials Under High Pressure

Researchers at Iowa State University and the University of California at Berkeley have developed new nanoscale sensing technology to image ...
Head-Up Display VR Training Device Complements Scientific Research

Head-Up Display VR Training Device Complements Scientific Research

Collins Aerospace Systems will provide The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) with a Head-Up Display (HUD) Virtual-Reality (VR) training device to ...
US Army and Japan Ground Self-Defense Force Conduct Bilateral Exercise, Demonstrate Cyber Capability

US Army and Japan Ground Self-Defense Force Conduct Bilateral Exercise, Demonstrate Cyber Capability

The US Army and Japan’s Ground Self-Defense Force recently conducted a bilateral exercise - Cyber Blitz-Orient Shield 2019 - to ...
SkyWatch Awarded Contract to Complete Phase I of AI and Big Data Analytics for Advanced Autonomous Space Systems Challenge

SkyWatch Awarded Contract to Complete Phase I of AI and Big Data Analytics for Advanced Autonomous Space Systems Challenge

SkyWatch has been awarded a $156K CD (~$118K US) contract from the Innovative Solutions Canada program via the Canadian Space ...
US Navy Releases Strategy Document, Promotes Consolidated information, Dedicated Information Warfare Cells

US Navy Releases Strategy Document, Promotes Consolidated information, Dedicated Information Warfare Cells

The U.S. Navy released a new strategy document on December 4, 2019 promoting the need for a consolidated information warfare ...
US Department of Veterans Affairs Prioritizes AI Research and Development to Help Veterans

US Department of Veterans Affairs Prioritizes AI Research and Development to Help Veterans

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) recently launched the National Artificial Intelligence Institute (NAII), with the goal of prioritizing ...
Can AI Detect Volcano Eruption Warning Signs?

Can AI Detect Volcano Eruption Warning Signs?

Researchers at the University of Leeds in the UK are using artificial intelligence to create a new satellite-based method of ...
University of Central Florida Receives $500K FEMA Grant to Develop Portable Detection System

University of Central Florida Receives $500K FEMA Grant to Develop Portable Detection System

Researchers at the University of Central Florida have received a $500,000 grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to ...
Raytheon Releases Synthetic Training Environment Soldier Virtual Trainer

Raytheon Releases Synthetic Training Environment Soldier Virtual Trainer

Raytheon recently released a new, immersive military training product - The Synthetic Training Environment Soldier Virtual Trainer, or STE SVT ...
Trueface Receives SBIR Phase II Contract from US Air Force

Trueface Receives SBIR Phase II Contract from US Air Force

The US Air Force has awarded a Small Business Innovation Research Program (SBIR) Phase II contract to Trueface - a ...
US Air Force to Demonstrate New Electronic Warfare Prototypes with Radar Threat Protection Technology

US Air Force to Demonstrate New Electronic Warfare Prototypes with Radar Threat Protection Technology

The US Air Force (USAF) has selected L3Harris Technologies and Northrop Grumman to demonstrate new electronic warfare (EW) prototypes, along ...
ARPA-E Announces $43M in Funding to Develop Carbon Capture and Storage

ARPA-E Announces $43M in Funding to Develop Carbon Capture and Storage

The US Department of Energy’s (DOE) Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) recently announced up to $43 million is now available ...
NanoAvionics Provides Nano-Satellite Bus for Singaporean Research Mission

NanoAvionics Provides Nano-Satellite Bus for Singaporean Research Mission

NanoAvionics has received a contract to provide its flight-proven nano-satellite bus in a 12U configuration for the Singaporean research mission, ...
Aqueous Flow Battery Technology Could Lead to Scalable Grid-Level Storage for Renewables

Aqueous Flow Battery Technology Could Lead to Scalable Grid-Level Storage for Renewables

Researchers at the University of Colorado are developing low-cost, high-performance, aqueous flow battery technology that potentially will lead to scalable ...
DARPA Awards Two $1.6M Contracts for Biological Sensors for Subterranean Surveillance

DARPA Awards Two $1.6M Contracts for Biological Sensors for Subterranean Surveillance

The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has awarded separate $1.6 million contracts to Raytheon BBN Technologies Corp. and ...
Midwest To Establish First National Guard Cyber Battalion This Year

Midwest To Establish First National Guard Cyber Battalion This Year

The Midwest's first National Guard cyber battalion will be established in Indiana this year - with plans to be at ...
Virtual Co-Design Research Center Works To Improve AI Technologies

Virtual Co-Design Research Center Works To Improve AI Technologies

Sandia National Laboratories, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, and the Georgia Institute of Technology are partnering to launch a virtual research ...
MIT Researchers Develop "ShadowCam"

MIT Researchers Develop “ShadowCam”

Researchers at MIT have developed a system that can sense tiny changes in shadows on the ground that could help ...
$100M Funding Initiative Will Explore AI Research

$100M Funding Initiative Will Explore AI Research

The Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) has launched a strategic funding initiative in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) ...
MIT Researchers Develop Trajectory Planning Model for Drones

MIT Researchers Develop Trajectory Planning Model for Drones

Researchers at MIT have developed a trajectory-planning model that helps drones safely fly at high speeds through previously unexplored areas ...
Vertical Aerospace Tests Electrical Vertical Take-Off and Landing Air Taxi Prototype

Vertical Aerospace Tests Electrical Vertical Take-Off and Landing Air Taxi Prototype

Vertical Aerospace has successfully tested an electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) air taxi prototype. ‘The Seraph’ is capable of ...
US Army Seeks Proposals for Prototypes on First Integrated Signals Intelligence, Electronic Warfare, and Cyber Platform

US Army Seeks Proposals for Prototypes on First Integrated Signals Intelligence, Electronic Warfare, and Cyber Platform

The US Army is seeking proposals for prototypes and experiments on the service’s first integrated signals intelligence, electronic warfare and ...
Center for Intelligent Imaging to Accelerate AI Applications in Radiology

Center for Intelligent Imaging to Accelerate AI Applications in Radiology

University of California San Francisco’s (UCSF) new Center for Intelligent Imaging will accelerate the application of artificial intelligence (AI) technology ...
NREL Investigates Wireless EV Charging

NREL Investigates Wireless EV Charging

National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) is currently investigating a number of aspects of electric vehicle (EV) technology. One area examines ...
Human Effectiveness Directorate of US Air Force Researches Bio-Signature Sensing Technologies

Human Effectiveness Directorate of US Air Force Researches Bio-Signature Sensing Technologies

The Human Effectiveness Directorate of the US Air Force Research Laboratory’s (AFRL) 711th Human Performance Wing is researching human signatures ...
US Airforce Researches Human Bio Signatures at Molecular and Macro Level

US Airforce Researches Human Bio Signatures at Molecular and Macro Level

The Human Effectiveness Directorate of the US Air Force Research Laboratory’s (AFRL) 711th Human Performance Wing is researching “human signatures” ...
Far Eastern Federal University Develops Multi-Purpose Sensor Containing Millions of Parabolic Nano-antennae

Far Eastern Federal University Develops Multi-Purpose Sensor Containing Millions of Parabolic Nano-antennae

Researchers at the Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU) in Vladivostok, Russia have developed a multi-purpose sensor based on a gold ...
How Will Drones Impact Aviation Safety?

How Will Drones Impact Aviation Safety?

Researchers at the University of Vermont’s Spatial Analysis Laboratory (SAL) have joined the Federal Aviation Administration’s Alliance for System Safety ...
NSF Announces Aerial Experimentation and Research Platform for Advanced Wireless

NSF Announces Aerial Experimentation and Research Platform for Advanced Wireless

The National Science Foundation (NSF) recently announced a third wireless research platform to be located in North Carolina's Research Triangle ...
OSU Unmanned System Research Institute, MaxQ Demonstrate Drone Tech to Deliver Medical Supplies

OSU Unmanned System Research Institute, MaxQ Demonstrate Drone Tech to Deliver Medical Supplies

Oklahoma State University’s Unmanned System Research Institute has partnered with MaxQ to demonstrate the use of drone technology to deliver ...
National Geographic Society and Microsoft's AI for Earth Program Issue RFP

National Geographic Society and Microsoft’s AI for Earth Program Issue RFP

The National Geographic Society (NGS) and Microsoft’s AI for Earth program have issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) - AI ...
Ford Researches Keeping View Clear for Self-Driving Car Sensors

Ford Researches Keeping View Clear for Self-Driving Car Sensors

Ford Motor Company is working on methods of keeping self-driving vehicles free on insects, as they pose a significant challenge ...
US Air Force Funds Advanced Integrated Circuits and Satellite Electronics

US Air Force Funds Advanced Integrated Circuits and Satellite Electronics

Nalu Scientific, which specializes in advanced integrated circuits, and Space Micro, which is focused on satellite electronics, have been selected ...
OneWeb Announces Fiber-Like Internet for Arctic Region

OneWeb Announces Fiber-Like Internet for Arctic Region

OneWeb, a London-based space startup, has announced its first official commercial service - a “fiber-like” internet to the Arctic region ...
Floating Microgrids Could Help Power Islands After Disasters

Floating Microgrids Could Help Power Islands After Disasters

Researchers at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia are proposing the use of floating microgrids made up ...
US DOE Awards General Motors $9.1M in Award Funds, Seeks Solid State Battery R&D

US DOE Awards General Motors $9.1M in Award Funds, Seeks Solid State Battery R&D

The US Department of Energy (DOE) awarded General Motors (GM) a total of $9.1 million as part of its 2019 ...
US Army Futures Command Solicits Information For STELLA Program

US Army Futures Command Solicits Information For STELLA Program

The US Army Futures Command (AFC) is soliciting industry for information on emerging technologies in robotics and sensors to enhance ...
US Army Futures Command Seeks Emerging Robotics and Sensors Technologies

US Army Futures Command Seeks Emerging Robotics and Sensors Technologies

The US Army Futures Command (AFC) is soliciting industry for information on emerging technologies in robotics and sensors to enhance ...
Xcel Energy First Utility in US with Permission for Beyond Visual Line of Sight Drone Flights

Xcel Energy First Utility in US with Permission for Beyond Visual Line of Sight Drone Flights

Xcel Energy has become the first utility in the U.S. to receive permission from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to ...
CARES Works Toward Contactless Exhaust Measurement Method

CARES Works Toward Contactless Exhaust Measurement Method

As part of the Horizon 2020 research project CARES (City Air Remote Emission Sensing), an international research consortium is working ...
NSF Grants $194K from RAPID for Electric System That Can Withstand Category 5 Hurricane

NSF Grants $194K from RAPID for Electric System That Can Withstand Category 5 Hurricane

A Colorado State University team of researchers has received a $194,000 grant from the National Science Foundation’s Rapid Response Program ...
Flexible High-Performance Sensors Can Print Onto Skin, Clothing

Flexible High-Performance Sensors Can Print Onto Skin, Clothing

A team of researchers at the Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) have developed flexible high-performance sensors that can ...
Innovative Space Logistics and Orbex Sign Wide Ranging Cooperation Agreement

Innovative Space Logistics and Orbex Sign Wide Ranging Cooperation Agreement

Innovative Space Logistics B.V. (ISL) and UK-based orbital launch services provider Orbex recently signed a wide-ranging cooperation agreement which will ...
US Air Force Awards Contract to Ascent Vision Technologies for Suite of Anti-Unmanned Aircraft System Vehicles

US Air Force Awards Contract to Ascent Vision Technologies for Suite of Anti-Unmanned Aircraft System Vehicles

The US Air Force (USAF) has awarded a contract to Ascent Vision Technologies (AVT) to supply a full suite of ...
Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency To Use Drones for Training

Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency To Use Drones for Training

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) - part of the Department of Homeland Security - will be using drones ...
NanoGraf Receives $7.5M to Commercialize High-Energy Anode Materials

NanoGraf Receives $7.5M to Commercialize High-Energy Anode Materials

NanoGraf Corporation - formerly SiNode Systems -  has been awarded a $7.5 million technology development contract from The United States ...
US Army Space and Missile Defense Command to Establish Baseline for NAVWAR Engagements

US Army Space and Missile Defense Command to Establish Baseline for NAVWAR Engagements

The secretary of the United States Army has designated the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command ...
Veterans Affairs Department Appoints First AI Director

Veterans Affairs Department Appoints First AI Director

The Veterans Affairs (VA) Department has appointed its first director of artificial intelligence. Dr. Gil Alterovitz - who has degrees ...
Airports Council International Calls for Rapid Adoption of Drone ID Technology

Airports Council International Calls for Rapid Adoption of Drone ID Technology

The Blue Ribbon Task Force on Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Mitigation at Airports - established by the Airports Council International-North ...
PUNCH Program Studies How Solar Events Affect Earth's Atmosphere and Magnetic Field

PUNCH Program Studies How Solar Events Affect Earth’s Atmosphere and Magnetic Field

The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) and the Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) have partnered to study the sun’s outer corona ...
Toyota Starts Public Road Trials Using Solar Batteries on EVs

Toyota Starts Public Road Trials Using Solar Batteries on EVs

Toyota, in a joint project with Sharp and NEDO, is set to start public road trials using solar batteries on ...
Army Paratroopers to Use Black Hornet Mini Drone for First Time

Army Paratroopers to Use Black Hornet Mini Drone for First Time

US Army paratroopers deployed to Afghanistan this month will be using the “Black Hornet” mini-drone for the first time. Used ...
Can Drones Deliver Defibrillators Faster Than We Can Find Them In An Emergency?

Can Drones Deliver Defibrillators Faster Than We Can Find Them In An Emergency?

Researchers from the University of North Carolina (UNC) and NC State have conducted a feasibility study of automatic external defibrillator ...
London City Airport to Install Microgrid

London City Airport to Install Microgrid

London City Airport, which is undergoing a £500 million (~$633 million US) City Airport Development Program (CADP), will work with ...
AirMap and Raytheon Sign Strategic Agreement to Collaborate On Projects To Integrate UAS Into National Airspace

AirMap and Raytheon Sign Strategic Agreement to Collaborate On Projects To Integrate UAS Into National Airspace

AirMap, an intelligence platform for drones, and Raytheon recently announced that they have signed a strategic agreement to collaborate on ...
SAE International Announces Formation of G-34 Committee for Applied AI in Aviation Systems

SAE International Announces Formation of G-34 Committee for Applied AI in Aviation Systems

The engineering association, SAE International, recently announced the formation of the ‘SAE G-34 Committee for Applied Artificial Intelligence in Aviation ...
Department of Homeland Security Selects 8 Companies to Develop Smart Cities Prototype Technologies for Commercial Marketplace

Department of Homeland Security Selects 8 Companies to Develop Smart Cities Prototype Technologies for Commercial Marketplace

The Department of Homeland Security has selected eight companies to further develop smart cities prototype technologies for the commercial marketplace ...
New MIT Accelerator Focuses on AI for Air Force

New MIT Accelerator Focuses on AI for Air Force

Secretary of the Air Force, Heather Wilson recently announced a contract with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to start a ...
American Electric Power and Honda Explore Expansion of EV Together

American Electric Power and Honda Explore Expansion of EV Together

Ohio-based electric utility, American Electric Power (AEP), and Honda are partnering to explore possible uses for used electric vehicle (EV) ...
Phoenix Demonstrator Aircraft First to Use Variable Buoyancy Propulsion

Phoenix Demonstrator Aircraft First to Use Variable Buoyancy Propulsion

Researchers led by Andrew Rae of the University of the Highlands and Islands Perth College in Scotland have developed and ...
AI Pilot Project Detects Corrosion and Coating Breakdown on Ships, Offshore Structures

AI Pilot Project Detects Corrosion and Coating Breakdown on Ships, Offshore Structures

Technical advisory services firm American Bureau of Shipping (ABS), Google Cloud, and Ukrainian software company SoftServe have completed a pilot ...
Northern Alberta Institute of Technology Launches Microgrid Research Facility

Northern Alberta Institute of Technology Launches Microgrid Research Facility

The Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT) is launching a new microgrid research facility - the new Center for Grid ...
Rutgers University Advances Drones, Looks at Animals for Inspiration

Rutgers University Advances Drones, Looks at Animals for Inspiration

Researchers as Rutgers University continue to make advances in drone technology - looking to animals for inspiration. The Naviator submersible ...
US Airforce First Weather Group Tests VR Training with NextGen Environmental Weather Training System

US Airforce First Weather Group Tests VR Training with NextGen Environmental Weather Training System

The US Air Force’s 1st Weather Group (1st WXG) is testing virtual reality training with the NextGen Environmental Weather Training ...
US Army Contracts FAAC Inc for Training Aids, Devices, Simulators, and Simulations Maintenance Program

US Army Contracts FAAC Inc for Training Aids, Devices, Simulators, and Simulations Maintenance Program

FAAC Incorporated, a unit of Arotech Corporation’s Training and Simulation Division, has been awarded a contract to support the US ...
New Zinc Battery with Cartilage-Like Solid Electrolyte Resists Damage

New Zinc Battery with Cartilage-Like Solid Electrolyte Resists Damage

Researchers at the University of Michigan have developed a structural, rechargeable, zinc battery with a cartilage-like solid electrolyte that is ...
Stereax Batteries and Photovoltaic Cells Could Power Smart Sensing Card with Multi-Sensing Capabilities

Stereax Batteries and Photovoltaic Cells Could Power Smart Sensing Card with Multi-Sensing Capabilities

Solid-state battery technology company Ilika PLC has entered into a demonstration project to deploy its Stereax M250 batteries to power ...
Volkswagen Prepares Mobile Quick Charging Stations for EVs, Pilot Debut Early 2019

Volkswagen Prepares Mobile Quick Charging Stations for EVs, Pilot Debut Early 2019

Volkswagen is preparing its mobile quick charging stations for electric vehicles (EVs) for a pilot scheme to debut in the ...
Signals In The Soil Grant Studies Soil Sensors and Remote Data-Collection Networks

Signals In The Soil Grant Studies Soil Sensors and Remote Data-Collection Networks

Researchers from Iowa State University and the University of Florida are working on a new system of “bury-and-forget” soil sensors ...
Honda Seeks Partners for Prototype Off-Road Vehicle, Honda Autonomous Work Vehicle

Honda Seeks Partners for Prototype Off-Road Vehicle, Honda Autonomous Work Vehicle

Honda seeks potential business and technology partners for its prototype off-road vehicle, the Honda Autonomous Work Vehicle. The Autonomous Work ...
Soyuz-2-1a Rocket Launches Pair of Kanopus V Earth-Watching Spacecraft

Soyuz-2-1a Rocket Launches Pair of Kanopus V Earth-Watching Spacecraft

A Soyuz-2-1a rocket launched a pair of Kanopus V Earth-watching spacecraft, accompanied by 26 hitchhiking payloads on December 27, 2018.  ...
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Establishes Office of Enterprise Data and Analytics

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Establishes Office of Enterprise Data and Analytics

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has established the Office of Enterprise Data and Analytics (OEDA) to, “provide [their] customers ...
Arizona Corporation Commission Regulators Approve Statewide Policy on EV Infrastructure

Arizona Corporation Commission Regulators Approve Statewide Policy on EV Infrastructure

The Arizona Corporation Commission’s regulators recently approved a new statewide policy on electric-vehicle infrastructure that urges state-regulated utilities to help ...
Shoe Box Sized Satellites Will Probe Clouds, Discover More About Their Role in Climate Change

Shoe Box Sized Satellites Will Probe Clouds, Discover More About Their Role in Climate Change

Yoav Schechner, an expert in computer vision and computed tomography from the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, and Ilan Koren, an ...
UK Government Requires All Domestic EV Chargers To Include Smart Technologies

UK Government Requires All Domestic EV Chargers To Include Smart Technologies

The UK Government recently launched a new mandate requiring all domestic electric vehicle (EV) chargers supported by its EV Homecharge ...
The Energy Drone Coalition Releases Joint Report: Drones In The Energy Industry

The Energy Drone Coalition Releases Joint Report: Drones In The Energy Industry

The Energy Drone Coalition and DRONEII.COM recently released a joint report, “Drones in the Energy Industry,” an industry-specific benchmark of ...
US Air Force Awards L3 Technologies Contract for F-16 Simulators Training Program

US Air Force Awards L3 Technologies Contract for F-16 Simulators Training Program

The U.S. Air Force has awarded L3 Technologies the status of prime contractor for the F-16 Simulators Training Program (STP) ...
Dubai Launches Smart Training Center for Urban Planning Using VR

Dubai Launches Smart Training Center for Urban Planning Using VR

Dubai Municipality recently launched a smart training center that provides hands-on training in urban planning and building supervision and control ...
Si-DRIVE Project To Develop Battery Technology for Higher Performance Electric Vehicles

Si-DRIVE Project To Develop Battery Technology for Higher Performance Electric Vehicles

The Bernal Institute at the University of Limerick (UL) will be leading a €8m EU (~$9m USD)-funded research project called ...
Australian Defense Force Awards General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Contract for Medium Altitude Long Endurance Remotely Piloted Aircraft

Australian Defense Force Awards General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Contract for Medium Altitude Long Endurance Remotely Piloted Aircraft

General Atomics Aeronautical Systems has been awarded the contract to be the sole supplier of a medium altitude long endurance ...
Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve F-16 Aircraft to Receive Latest Generation DIGAR

Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve F-16 Aircraft to Receive Latest Generation DIGAR

The U.S. Air Force Life Cycle Management Center has chosen Rockwell Collins to provide its latest-generation Digital GPS Anti-Jam Receiver ...
DARPA Tests Wind Sensor for Stratospheric Balloons

DARPA Tests Wind Sensor for Stratospheric Balloons

DARPA is testing a wind sensor that could allow devices in its Adaptable Lighter-Than-Air (ALTA) balloon program to spot wind ...
Sandia National Labs and Emera Technologies To Mainstream Community-Scale Direct Current Microgrids

Sandia National Labs and Emera Technologies To Mainstream Community-Scale Direct Current Microgrids

An 18-month Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) has been signed between Sandia National Laboratories and Emera Technologies of Canada ...
Operation Barracuda Tests Ireland's Primary Responders

Operation Barracuda Tests Ireland’s Primary Responders

Garda, the police service of the Republic of Ireland, specialist response units, the National Ambulance Service, the Defense Forces, the ...
Crimes Involving Drones Prompt Study of Drone Forensics

Crimes Involving Drones Prompt Study of Drone Forensics

Recent crimes involving drones have heightened the need for the study of drone forensics, which enables investigators to retrieve photos ...
South Korea's Navy To Use Lithium Ion Battery In New Submarines

South Korea’s Navy To Use Lithium Ion Battery In New Submarines

South Korea’s Navy will use lithium-ion batteries in its newest submarines, claiming they can double the operational hours compared to ...
Nebraska Public Power District Partners with Wärtsilä and Lappeenranta University of Technology To Study Alternative Fuels

Nebraska Public Power District Partners with Wärtsilä and Lappeenranta University of Technology To Study Alternative Fuels

Nebraska Public Power District (NPPD) is partnering with Wärtsilä, a Finnish corporation which manufactures and services power sources and other ...
US Navy Elevates Electronic Warfare and Underlying Electromagnetic Spectrum to "Warfighting Battle Space"

US Navy Elevates Electronic Warfare and Underlying Electromagnetic Spectrum to “Warfighting Battle Space”

A recently approved directive by the U.S. Navy has formally elevated electronic warfare and the underlying electromagnetic spectrum to the ...
Using Drones to Inspect Subsurface Damage in Composite Aircraft Materials

Using Drones to Inspect Subsurface Damage in Composite Aircraft Materials

Researchers at the Australian Defense Science and Technology Group are investigating the potential of using drones to inspect subsurface damage ...
New South Wales Legislative Assembly Passes Amendment, Bans Drones Over State Prisons

New South Wales Legislative Assembly Passes Amendment, Bans Drones Over State Prisons

In Australia, The New South Wales Legislative Assembly recently passed the Crimes (Administration of Sentences) Legislation Amendment Bill 2018 banning ...
DOE Researchers Create New Coil Design for EV Charging, Leap Toward Fast Charging Goals

DOE Researchers Create New Coil Design for EV Charging, Leap Toward Fast Charging Goals

Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) in Tennessee have demonstrated a wireless electric ...
IRS Criminal Investigation Division Uses Data Analytics for "Predictive Policing"

IRS Criminal Investigation Division Uses Data Analytics for “Predictive Policing”

The Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation (CI) division’s annual report indicates the IRS has been using data analytics technology to ...
Low Cost Battery-Less Wake Up Timer Paves Way for Miniaturization of IoT Devices

Low Cost Battery-Less Wake Up Timer Paves Way for Miniaturization of IoT Devices

Researchers from the Green IC research group at the National University of Singapore (NUS) have invented a low-cost battery-less wake-up ...
Counter Unmanned Aerial System Drone Detection Sensors Integrated with Light-Armored Vehicle Platforms

Counter Unmanned Aerial System Drone Detection Sensors Integrated with Light-Armored Vehicle Platforms

MyDefence Communication - a Danish research and development company - has worked with General Dynamics (GD) Land Systems to successfully ...
Air Force and Air Education and Training Command Introduces VR and AR Technology with Ground Instructional Training Aircraft

Air Force and Air Education and Training Command Introduces VR and AR Technology with Ground Instructional Training Aircraft

The Air Force and Air Education and Training Command is introducing virtual and augmented reality technology with new ground instructional ...
Scottish Isle of Eigg Has Hybrid Microgrid

Scottish Isle of Eigg Has Hybrid Microgrid

The Isle of Eigg, one of the Scottish Hebridean islands, now has a hybrid microgrid which incorporates flywheels and ultracapacitors ...
Direct Relief Warehouse Now With Solar-Powered Microgrid

Direct Relief Warehouse Now With Solar-Powered Microgrid

The nonprofit Direct Relief’s pharmaceutical warehouse in Santa Barbara, California now has a solar-powered microgrid, equipped with a Tesla battery ...
New Electrolyte Will Make Aluminum Batteries Cheaper, Easier to Produce

New Electrolyte Will Make Aluminum Batteries Cheaper, Easier to Produce

A research team led by Professor Thomas Nann, of the MacDiarmid Institute for Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology at Victoria University ...
3D, Cross-Linked Poymer Sponge Attaches to Battery Anode, Creates Improved Lithium Metal Batteries

3D, Cross-Linked Poymer Sponge Attaches to Battery Anode, Creates Improved Lithium Metal Batteries

Researchers at Penn State have developed a three-dimensional, cross-linked polymer sponge that attaches to the metal plating of a battery ...
Purdue University and Cranfield University Partner, Offer Graduate-Level Education Programs Supporting US DoD

Purdue University and Cranfield University Partner, Offer Graduate-Level Education Programs Supporting US DoD

Purdue University is partnering with Cranfield University in the UK to offer a suite of graduate-level education programs that will ...
Drone Autonomy Company Emesent Develops Hovermap Software Allowing Drones To Map Underground Spaces

Drone Autonomy Company Emesent Develops Hovermap Software Allowing Drones To Map Underground Spaces

Emesent, a drone autonomy company spin-out from Australian federal research agency, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), has developed ...
MIT Researchers Work On Drone Fleet To Search For Missing Persons

MIT Researchers Work On Drone Fleet To Search For Missing Persons

Researchers at MIT are working on using a fleet of drones to collaboratively search for missing people under dense forest ...
Missouri University of Science and Technology Installs Two Advanced Lead Battery Microgrid Systems To Complement Living Laboratory

Missouri University of Science and Technology Installs Two Advanced Lead Battery Microgrid Systems To Complement Living Laboratory

Missouri University of Science and Technology has installed two new advanced lead battery microgrid systems at the campus’s EcoVillage, a ...
Rwanda Launches Goal to Electrify Country by 2024 Using Microgrids

Rwanda Launches Goal to Electrify Country by 2024 Using Microgrids

In 2013, the African country of Rwanda reported that only between 5 - 20% of its population had access to ...
US Department of Education Earmarks $895K For Fellowships To Students Studying "Areas of National Need"

US Department of Education Earmarks $895K For Fellowships To Students Studying “Areas of National Need”

The U.S. Department of Education has awarded $895,000 to Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) through its program, Graduate Assistance in Areas ...
Duke University Establishes Sherry and John Woo Center for Big Data and Precision Health

Duke University Establishes Sherry and John Woo Center for Big Data and Precision Health

Duke University’s Pratt School of Engineering has established the Sherry and John Woo Center for Big Data and Precision Health ...
Microgrid for Affordable and Sustainable Electricity in Remote Areas Will Offer Affordable, High-Performance Microgrids in Southeast Asia

Microgrid for Affordable and Sustainable Electricity in Remote Areas Will Offer Affordable, High-Performance Microgrids in Southeast Asia

The EDF Group, Enedis, and the Nanyang Technological University have partnered to demonstrate the ‘Microgrid for Affordable and Sustainable Electricity ...
Xcel Energy Conducts Drone-Led Exterior Inspections at Nuclear Plants

Xcel Energy Conducts Drone-Led Exterior Inspections at Nuclear Plants

Xcel Energy has begun flying drone-conducted exterior inspections at the Prairie Island and Monticello nuclear plants in Minnesota. According to ...
Siemens and Interlate Set Goal to Deliver Productivity Gains for Mining Industry with Data

Siemens and Interlate Set Goal to Deliver Productivity Gains for Mining Industry with Data

Siemens and Australian data analytics company Interlate have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the goal of delivering productivity ...
Duke University Invests in Two Battery-Electric Buses and Fully Electric Car for Parking & Transportation Services Fleet

Duke University Invests in Two Battery-Electric Buses and Fully Electric Car for Parking & Transportation Services Fleet

Duke University will add two new battery-electric buses in July 2020 and a fully-electric car this month to its Parking ...
MILO Range Training Systems Receives $2.5M from US Air Force

MILO Range Training Systems Receives $2.5M from US Air Force

MILO Range Training Systems, a unit of Arotech Corporation’s Training and Simulation Division, has received new awards totaling $2.5 million ...
South Dakota State University Set to Open Raven Precision Agriculture Center

South Dakota State University Set to Open Raven Precision Agriculture Center

South Dakota State University (SDSU) recently began construction of its Raven Precision Agriculture Center - a state-of-the-art facility devoted to ...
Advanced Lead Acid Battery Consortium and Electric Applications Partner with Argonne National Lab To Address Battery Technology

Advanced Lead Acid Battery Consortium and Electric Applications Partner with Argonne National Lab To Address Battery Technology

14 members of the Advanced Lead Acid Battery Consortium (ALABC) are partnering with Electric Applications to address lead battery technology ...
Palau Enters 30-Year PPA For Armonia, System Amplifies Renewables

Palau Enters 30-Year PPA For Armonia, System Amplifies Renewables

Palau, an island nation in the western Pacific Ocean, has entered into a 30-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with ENGIE ...
New Lithium Sulfur Battery Achieves 30% Higher Energy Density

New Lithium Sulfur Battery Achieves 30% Higher Energy Density

Researchers led by Professor Kim Hee-Tak at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) in South Korea have ...
Deep Forest Project Uses Fixed-Wing Drones To Create 3D Models of Forest

Deep Forest Project Uses Fixed-Wing Drones To Create 3D Models of Forest

‘Deep Forest’, a project backed by environmental group Fundecor, Intel and Aerial Robotixs, aims to give scientists in Costa Rica ...
DARPA Funds Research For Drone Exploration In Underground Environments

DARPA Funds Research For Drone Exploration In Underground Environments

Researchers from Colorado University (CU) Boulder, CU Denver and Scientific Systems Company (SSCI), Inc. are partnering to design drones that ...
Cyber NYC Will Receive $100M and Seeks To Create 10,000 Jobs In Cyber Security Sector

Cyber NYC Will Receive $100M and Seeks To Create 10,000 Jobs In Cyber Security Sector

The New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) recently announced its new initiative, Cyber NYC, designed to grow the cyber-security ...
Implantable, Biofuel-Powered Sensor Monitors Body's Biological Signals

Implantable, Biofuel-Powered Sensor Monitors Body’s Biological Signals

A cross-disciplinary research team led by Subhanshu Gupta, assistant professor in Washington State University’s School of Electrical Engineering and Computer ...
University of Waterloo School of Optometry and Vision Science Features New VR Training Lab

University of Waterloo School of Optometry and Vision Science Features New VR Training Lab

The University of Waterloo's School of Optometry and Vision Science now features a new virtual reality (VR) training lab funded ...
Singapore Unveils New Simulation Center for Littoral Mission Vessels at Tuas Naval Base

Singapore Unveils New Simulation Center for Littoral Mission Vessels at Tuas Naval Base

Singapore recently unveiled a new simulation center (SIMCEN) for its littoral mission vessels (LMVs) at Tuas Naval Base. The new ...
Combination of Solar Cell and Battery - A Solar Flow Battery - Could Make Electricity More Accessible in Remote Areas

Combination of Solar Cell and Battery – A Solar Flow Battery – Could Make Electricity More Accessible in Remote Areas

A recent paper published in the journal, Chem, highlights the successful combination of a solar cell and a battery to ...
Indonesia's Geophysics Agency Under Fire For Lifting Tsunami Warning

Indonesia’s Geophysics Agency Under Fire For Lifting Tsunami Warning

Indonesia's geophysics agency (BMKG) is facing criticism for lifting a tsunami warning 34 minutes after it was first issued following ...
CBP and TSA To Run 30-Day Trial of Facial Recognition Technology At LA International Airport

CBP and TSA To Run 30-Day Trial of Facial Recognition Technology At LA International Airport

The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agency has partnered with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to conduct a 30-day ...
Northrop Grumman Opens New AC-208 Training Center of Excellence For Classroom and Maintenance Training

Northrop Grumman Opens New AC-208 Training Center of Excellence For Classroom and Maintenance Training

Northrop Grumman recently opened a new AC-208 Training Center of Excellence at Meacham Airport in Fort Worth, Texas. The 5,000 ...
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Announces Plans to Use Google Cloud For Data-Driven Insights

Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Announces Plans to Use Google Cloud For Data-Driven Insights

The Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ) announced plans to use Google Cloud in an initiative that is expected ...
NEWTON-g Project Will Develop Next Gen Portable, Affordable Gravimeters

NEWTON-g Project Will Develop Next Gen Portable, Affordable Gravimeters

Researchers at the GFZ Research Center for Geosciences are working on developing a new generation of portable, inexpensive gravimeters (a ...
Learning Idols Challenge Names SeaMonster Overall Winners for Fear-of-Heights VR Solution

Learning Idols Challenge Names SeaMonster Overall Winners for Fear-of-Heights VR Solution

The Learning Idols challenge - an annual competition organized by The Networking Company in South Africa - recently named Sea ...
Famine Action Mechanism (FAM) Uses Analytics To Identify High Risk Areas for Food Shortage

Famine Action Mechanism (FAM) Uses Analytics To Identify High Risk Areas for Food Shortage

A coalition of organizations - including the World Bank, the United Nations, and the International Committee of the Red Cross ...
Renault Works to Convert Belle-Île-en-Mer Into Smart Island

Renault Works to Convert Belle-Île-en-Mer Into Smart Island

Renault plans to transition the French island of Belle-Île-en-Mer - which lies off the coast of southern Brittany - into ...
Scalable Carbon Fiber Composite Solutions To Boost EV Performance

Scalable Carbon Fiber Composite Solutions To Boost EV Performance

A new research project focusing on technology to develop lightweight vehicles will be led by Professor Ken Kendall from the ...
Researchers Create Face Averaging Technique to Identify Criminal Suspects From Low-Quality CCTV Images

Researchers Create Face Averaging Technique to Identify Criminal Suspects From Low-Quality CCTV Images

Researchers from the psychology departments at the universities of Lincoln and York, UK, and the University of New South Wales ...
US Army Awards Harris Corp and Thales Defense Contract For Two-Channel Software-Defined Radio

US Army Awards Harris Corp and Thales Defense Contract For Two-Channel Software-Defined Radio

The US Army has awarded Harris Corp. and Thales Defense a contract for a two-channel leader software-defined radio that will ...
Gaze-Driven In-Flight Drone Control Utilizes Lightweight Wearable Eye-Tracking System

Gaze-Driven In-Flight Drone Control Utilizes Lightweight Wearable Eye-Tracking System

Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania, the New York University, and the U.S. Army Research Laboratory have developed a gaze-driven ...
Future of Privacy Forum Publishes Privacy Principals for Facial Recognition Technology

Future of Privacy Forum Publishes Privacy Principals for Facial Recognition Technology

The Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) - a Washington, DC-based think tank and advocacy group focused on issues of data ...
How Birds Navigate Thermal Updrafts Directly Impacts Future of Autonomous Soaring Vehicles

How Birds Navigate Thermal Updrafts Directly Impacts Future of Autonomous Soaring Vehicles

Researchers at the University of San Diego and The Abdus Salam International Center for Theoretical Physics in Trieste, Italy are ...
Ashland, OR Starts Empower EV Incentive Program As Part of Climate and Energy Action Plan

Ashland, OR Starts Empower EV Incentive Program As Part of Climate and Energy Action Plan

The City of Ashland, Oregon has started the Empower EV Incentive Program as part of its Climate and Energy Action ...
Lockheed Martin, the Drone Racing League, and NVIDIA Offer $2M Total Prizes for AlphaPilot Innovation Challenge

Lockheed Martin, the Drone Racing League, and NVIDIA Offer $2M Total Prizes for AlphaPilot Innovation Challenge

Lockheed Martin, the Drone Racing League and NVIDIA have partnered to design a challenge called AlphaPilot - which calls for ...
Columbia Uses Drones To Battle Coca, Crop Used in Cocaine Production

Columbia Uses Drones To Battle Coca, Crop Used in Cocaine Production

The country of Colombia is currently using ten remote-controlled drones designed to track and destroy coca - the crop used ...
US Air Force Office of Energy Assurance Issues Request for Information In Area of Energy Resilience

US Air Force Office of Energy Assurance Issues Request for Information In Area of Energy Resilience

The US Air Force’s Office of Energy Assurance (OEA) recently issued an open request for information (RFI) that seeks industry ...
Düsseldorf Airport, Deutsche Telekom, and BS2 Sicherheitssysteme Develop Digital Monitoring Solution for Concrete Infrastructure

Düsseldorf Airport, Deutsche Telekom, and BS2 Sicherheitssysteme Develop Digital Monitoring Solution for Concrete Infrastructure

Düsseldorf Airport - one of the most important German hubs in international air traffic - has teamed with Deutsche Telekom ...
Georgia Tech Researchers Begin Smart Sea Level Sensor Project

Georgia Tech Researchers Begin Smart Sea Level Sensor Project

Researchers at at Georgia Tech have begun their Smart Sea Level Sensor project in Chatham and Bryan Counties on the ...
How Retooling Electrolytes May Lighten the Battery Load for Soldiers

How Retooling Electrolytes May Lighten the Battery Load for Soldiers

Researchers at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the University of Rochester, NY have developed a practical and inexpensive method ...
Cubic Global Defense Receives $27M Contract for Urban Operations Training System Into Canadian Weapon Effects Simulation

Cubic Global Defense Receives $27M Contract for Urban Operations Training System Into Canadian Weapon Effects Simulation

Cubic Global Defense has been awarded a contract valued at more than $27 million for the delivery of an urban ...
University of Wyoming Looks for Competitive Advantage In Athletics with Altitude Control Technologies

University of Wyoming Looks for Competitive Advantage In Athletics with Altitude Control Technologies

The Mick and Susie McMurry High Altitude Performance Center (HAPC) at the University of Wyoming is looking to gain a ...
Scotland Government Targets EV Saturation

Scotland Government Targets EV Saturation

Scotland is seeing a significant increase in the purchase of new and used electric vehicles - six Scottish regions have ...
Odyssey Energy Solutions Streamlines Development of Microgrids Via Web-Based Management Software

Odyssey Energy Solutions Streamlines Development of Microgrids Via Web-Based Management Software

Odyssey Energy Solutions - a microgrid company in Boulder, Colorado - is streamlining development of mini-grids (microgrids) via its web-based ...
Otis Air National Guard Base in Sandwich, MA Opens Energy Independent Microgrid

Otis Air National Guard Base in Sandwich, MA Opens Energy Independent Microgrid

The 102nd Intelligence Wing at the Otis Air National Guard Base in Sandwich, MA will be conducting a ceremony later ...
Smart Energy Storage Solutions Hub Receives $3M For Research and Collaboration

Smart Energy Storage Solutions Hub Receives $3M For Research and Collaboration

The Smart Energy Storage Solutions Hub (SESS) - based at the University of South Wales’ Center for Automotive and Power ...
It Is Fresh Introduces Smart, Low-Cost Sensors To Measure Food Freshness, Reduce Waste

It Is Fresh Introduces Smart, Low-Cost Sensors To Measure Food Freshness, Reduce Waste

Dr. Jan Schnitker has co-founded a startup called ‘Is It Fresh’ - a spin-off from the Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH - ...
Optus Business and Curtin University Create Center of Excellence in Artificial Intelligence

Optus Business and Curtin University Create Center of Excellence in Artificial Intelligence

Optus Business is partnering with Curtin University in Western Australia to work together on artificial intelligence (AI). The partnership will ...
University of North Carolina Researchers Demonstrate AI Design That Can Create and Evaluate New Molecules

University of North Carolina Researchers Demonstrate AI Design That Can Create and Evaluate New Molecules

Researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Eshelman School of Pharmacy have demonstrated an artificial-intelligence design that ...
École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne Engineers Develop Flexible Quadcopter Drone

École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne Engineers Develop Flexible Quadcopter Drone

Engineers at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) in Switzerland have developed a flexible quadcopter drone. Unlike other drones ...
Nanyang Technological University Researchers Breakthrough Could Reduce Cost of Autonomous Vehicles

Nanyang Technological University Researchers Breakthrough Could Reduce Cost of Autonomous Vehicles

Researchers from the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) have made a breakthrough in the field of light detection and ranging sensors ...
UAE and India Sign Bilateral MOU for Artificial Intelligence Bridge

UAE and India Sign Bilateral MOU for Artificial Intelligence Bridge

The UAE Minister for Artificial Intelligence and Invest India signed a bilateral Memorandum of Understanding for the India-UAE Artificial Intelligence ...
NASA Evaluates First Year Data from Cyclone Global Navigation Satellite System Mission

NASA Evaluates First Year Data from Cyclone Global Navigation Satellite System Mission

In 2016, NASA launched a set of eight satellites called the Cyclone Global Navigation Satellite System (CYGNSS) mission to gather ...
Drones Support Firefighters, Public Safety for Smart Cities

Drones Support Firefighters, Public Safety for Smart Cities

According to a May 2018 report by the Center for the Study of the Drone at Bard College, approximately 910 ...
DARPA Funds Development of Laser Light Based Electric Recharging System for Drones

DARPA Funds Development of Laser Light Based Electric Recharging System for Drones

A number of companies are currently working to develop a laser-light-based electric recharging system for drones under a two-year, $2.2 ...
US Army Awards $32M Contract for Next Gen Multi-Mission Electronic Warfare Systems

US Army Awards $32M Contract for Next Gen Multi-Mission Electronic Warfare Systems

SRC, Inc., has been awarded a $32M contract to provide the US Army with next-generation, multi-mission, electronic warfare systems. SRC ...
MIT Researchers Develop Microscopic Chemical Sensors That Can Be Sprayed In Aerosol Mist Form

MIT Researchers Develop Microscopic Chemical Sensors That Can Be Sprayed In Aerosol Mist Form

Researchers at MIT have developed microscopic chemical sensors that can be sprayed as an aerosol mist. Spray-able sensors could someday ...
Volkswagen Group Canada Announces Electrify Canada, Company Focused On Ultra-Fast EV DC Charging Network

Volkswagen Group Canada Announces Electrify Canada, Company Focused On Ultra-Fast EV DC Charging Network

Volkswagen Group Canada recently announced the formation of Electrify Canada - a new company that will build an ultra-fast electric ...
Delta and US Customs and Border Protection Launch Optional Biometrics-Based Boarding Test

Delta and US Customs and Border Protection Launch Optional Biometrics-Based Boarding Test

Delta and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) are launching an optional biometrics-based boarding test at Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW) ...
The Future of Smart Buildings: How Artificial Intelligence Enables Adaptability

The Future of Smart Buildings: How Artificial Intelligence Enables Adaptability

In speaking with the CEO of Site 1001, Cleve Adams, we uncover what the future of smart buildings may hold, ...
TechConnect 2018 Defense Innovation Awardees Announced!

TechConnect 2018 Defense Innovation Awardees Announced!

TechConnect is proud to announce the 2018 TechConnect Defense Innovation Awards recognizing its top submitted Challenge technologies based on the ...
Dr. Roger Billings Speaks About The Increasing Importance of Serious Cyber Security

Dr. Roger Billings Speaks About The Increasing Importance of Serious Cyber Security

We had the privilege of getting to know Dr. Roger Billings, Founder and CEO of CybrSecurity Corporation. While he is ...
Get To Know The Kansas City National Security Campus

Get To Know The Kansas City National Security Campus

We recently had the opportunity to interview Steve Tanner, Customer Business Manager for Honeywell. Honeywell manages the Department of Energy's ...
National Defense Medical College and Naval Medical Center Exchange Experts for Military Training

National Defense Medical College and Naval Medical Center Exchange Experts for Military Training

Medical professionals from the National Defense Medical College (NDMC) in Japan recently participated in a subject matter expert exchange with ...
Johan Cruijff Arena Demonstrates Use of Second-Life Batteries

Johan Cruijff Arena Demonstrates Use of Second-Life Batteries

The Johan Cruijff Arena in Amsterdam - home to the Dutch national football team AFC Ajax - is demonstrating the ...
UK Space Agency, with Lockheed Martin and Orbex, Will Develop Vertical Launch Site in Sutherland, Scotland

UK Space Agency, with Lockheed Martin and Orbex, Will Develop Vertical Launch Site in Sutherland, Scotland

The UK Space Agency recently announced it has awarded $31 million to Lockheed Martin and $7 million to Orbex - ...
Three Areas Where Sensors Build A Connected Network To Help Contractors

Three Areas Where Sensors Build A Connected Network To Help Contractors

Increasingly, the construction industry is taking advantage of a connected ecosystem to make their job-sites smarter by the use of ...
Argonne National Laboratory Researches Impact of Micro Grids and Their Assimilation

Argonne National Laboratory Researches Impact of Micro Grids and Their Assimilation

Researchers from Argonne National Laboratory’s Energy Systems division have been researching the impact of micro grids and analyzing ways to ...
Rice University and The University of Denver Each Develop Data Science Education Initiatives

Rice University and The University of Denver Each Develop Data Science Education Initiatives

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the demand for data scientists is predicted to increase by 21% by ...
New Battery Cathode Triples Energy Density of Lithium Ion Batteries

New Battery Cathode Triples Energy Density of Lithium Ion Batteries

Researchers at the University of Maryland, the U.S. Army Research Lab, and Brookhaven National Laboratory have developed a new battery ...
British Consortium Partners To Develop Cabin Air Sensor and Management Technology

British Consortium Partners To Develop Cabin Air Sensor and Management Technology

A British consortium consisting of Airbus Group Innovations, Honeywell UK, National Physical Laboratory, and SME Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd has ...
Port of San Diego Receives $4.9M For Solar Microgrid Project

Port of San Diego Receives $4.9M For Solar Microgrid Project

The Port of San Diego has received a $4.9 million US grant from the California Energy Commission (CEC) in support ...
Marine Remote Sensing Group Uses Drones To Detect Plastic Waste In Ocean

Marine Remote Sensing Group Uses Drones To Detect Plastic Waste In Ocean

The Marine Remote Sensing Group at the University of the Aegean, Department of Marine Sciences, in Greece recently conducted a ...
Hawaii Electric Light and State of Hawaii Seek To Boost Microgrid Development After Lava Damage

Hawaii Electric Light and State of Hawaii Seek To Boost Microgrid Development After Lava Damage

Hawaii Electric Light (HELCO) and the state of Hawaii are seeking to boost microgrid development after lava from the recent ...
Middle Tennessee State University Launches Data Science Institute

Middle Tennessee State University Launches Data Science Institute

Middle Tennessee State University launched an institute focused on interdisciplinary research and public-private collaborations using big data. The Data Science ...
Researchers at University of Toronto Develop Algorithm to Disrupt Facial Recognition Technology

Researchers at University of Toronto Develop Algorithm to Disrupt Facial Recognition Technology

Researchers at the University of Toronto, led by Professor Parham Aarabi and graduate student Avishek Bose, have developed an algorithm ...
Republic of Vanuatu and UNICEF Hope Drones Will Solve Medical Transportation For Remote Islands

Republic of Vanuatu and UNICEF Hope Drones Will Solve Medical Transportation For Remote Islands

The Ministry of Health of the Republic of Vanuatu and UNICEF have issued a request for tender inviting drone companies ...
US Office of Naval Research Awards $1.25M For Research of Autonomous Unmanned Marine Vehicle Platforms for Coastal Surveillance

US Office of Naval Research Awards $1.25M For Research of Autonomous Unmanned Marine Vehicle Platforms for Coastal Surveillance

Florida Atlantic University's College of Engineering and Computer Science has been awarded a $1.25 million grant by the United States ...
Coalition of City and State Communities Promise to Promote EVs and Develop Public Charging Stations

Coalition of City and State Communities Promise to Promote EVs and Develop Public Charging Stations

A coalition of 12 states and Washington, D.C. is promising to promote electric vehicles and develop the public charging stations ...
US DOE Ames Laboratory Discovers Method for Improving Efficiency of Lithium Ion Batteries

US DOE Ames Laboratory Discovers Method for Improving Efficiency of Lithium Ion Batteries

Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Ames Laboratory have discovered a method for improving the energy efficiency of lithium ...
Ingestible Sensor Uses Genetically Engineered Bacteria To Diagnose

Ingestible Sensor Uses Genetically Engineered Bacteria To Diagnose

Researchers at MIT have developed an ingestible sensor equipped with genetically engineered bacteria, that can diagnose bleeding in the stomach ...
Winners Announced For Alaska Center for Microgrid Technologies Commercialization Competition

Winners Announced For Alaska Center for Microgrid Technologies Commercialization Competition

The University of Alaska Fairbanks recently announced the winners of the second Alaska Center for Microgrid Technologies Commercialization competition. The ...
MIT Uses 3D Printing Technology To Develop Self-Driving Boats

MIT Uses 3D Printing Technology To Develop Self-Driving Boats

Researchers at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) and the Senseable City Lab in the Department of Urban ...
Samsung and Cambridge University Open AI Research Lab

Samsung and Cambridge University Open AI Research Lab

Samsung recently announced it plans to open a new artificial-intelligence research lab in Cambridge, England. Professor Andrew Blake, a pioneering ...
Researchers from Stanford University Devised Biodegradable Sensor To Aid In Tissue Recovery

Researchers from Stanford University Devised Biodegradable Sensor To Aid In Tissue Recovery

People who suffer tendon, ligament and joint injuries often require surgery followed by a rehabilitation period to restore the repair ...
STATS Sports Data and Analytics Company Announces New GPS-Based Athlete Training Tool with Textile Heart Rate Sensors

STATS Sports Data and Analytics Company Announces New GPS-Based Athlete Training Tool with Textile Heart Rate Sensors

STATS, a sports data and analytics company, recently announced a new GPS-based athlete training tool with textile heart rate sensors ...
Defense Technical Information Center Awards $34.9M to Alion Science and Technology

Defense Technical Information Center Awards $34.9M to Alion Science and Technology

Alion Science and Technology was recently awarded a $34.9M Cyber Security MAC IAC indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ), Technical Area Task ...
Lockheed Martin Awards BAE Systems Contract for Sustainment Support, Electronic Warfare Platforms

Lockheed Martin Awards BAE Systems Contract for Sustainment Support, Electronic Warfare Platforms

Lockheed Martin award BAE Systems a potential five-year, $100 million contract to provide sustainment support for electronic warfare (EW) platforms ...
Finnish Center for Artificial Intelligence Offers Free, Six-Part Online Course

Finnish Center for Artificial Intelligence Offers Free, Six-Part Online Course

The Finnish Center for Artificial Intelligence is currently offering a free six-part online course, ‘The Elements of AI," available to ...
University of Utah Professor Wins $2M Grant from US Navy's Office of Naval Research To Research and Test Microgrids

University of Utah Professor Wins $2M Grant from US Navy’s Office of Naval Research To Research and Test Microgrids

Masood Parvania, an Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Utah, has been awarded a three-year, ...
Resilient Urban Neighborhoods - Green Justice Coalition Awarded $75K For Microgrids in Low-Income Communities

Resilient Urban Neighborhoods – Green Justice Coalition Awarded $75K For Microgrids in Low-Income Communities

RUN-GJC, a collaborative of nine organizations dedicated to environmental justice and energy democracy, recently announced that it has been awarded ...
Ellicott City, Maryland Pilots Warning System for Flooding with US Department of Homeland Security

Ellicott City, Maryland Pilots Warning System for Flooding with US Department of Homeland Security

After experiencing a devastating flood in July 2016, Ellicott City in Howard County, Maryland has been chosen by the U.S ...
Kansas Department of Transportation Explores How Drones Might Aid Future Road Design

Kansas Department of Transportation Explores How Drones Might Aid Future Road Design

The Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) has contracted the Kirkham Michael engineering firm to participate in a pilot project aimed ...
Lidar Sensors Developed by Luminar Could Serve As "Eyes" of Self-Driving Cars

Lidar Sensors Developed by Luminar Could Serve As “Eyes” of Self-Driving Cars

Orlando, Florida-based startup Luminar is making lidar sensors that will serve as the "eyes" of self-driving cars. The sensors will ...
University of Nebraska Professor Receives Award from NSF To Further Develop Drone Communication

University of Nebraska Professor Receives Award from NSF To Further Develop Drone Communication

Brittany Duncan, Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at The University of Nebraska, has earned a nearly $550,000 Faculty ...
MIT-Developed Flight Goggles Allow Drones to Navigate Around Intangible Objects

MIT-Developed Flight Goggles Allow Drones to Navigate Around Intangible Objects

Researchers at MIT’s Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems and its Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory have developed a ...
ArcelorMittal, LRMG Performance Agency, and Sea Monster Team Up To Test Fear of Heights for Blast Furnace Workers in South Africa

ArcelorMittal, LRMG Performance Agency, and Sea Monster Team Up To Test Fear of Heights for Blast Furnace Workers in South Africa

ArcelorMittal - a Luxembourg-based, multinational, steel manufacturing corporation - has teamed with trainers LRMG Performance Agency and animation and game ...
Taiwan's Penghu Chimei Smart Microgrid Now Operational

Taiwan’s Penghu Chimei Smart Microgrid Now Operational

Taiwan's first large scale smart microgrid on any of Taiwan's outlying islands, the Penghu Chimei Smart Microgrid, is now in ...
Utah State University’s Electric Vehicle and Roadway Research Facility Installs Three New ChargePoint Chargers

Utah State University’s Electric Vehicle and Roadway Research Facility Installs Three New ChargePoint Chargers

Utah State University’s Electric Vehicle and Roadway Research Facility & Test Track (EVR) recently installed three new electric vehicle chargers ...
University of Oklahoma and US Department of Energy at Oak Ridge National Lab Developing Quantum-Enhanced Sensors

University of Oklahoma and US Department of Energy at Oak Ridge National Lab Developing Quantum-Enhanced Sensors

Alberto M. Marino, a physicist at The University of Oklahoma, is collaborating with Raphael Pooser at the U.S. Department of ...
Virtual Border Agent Kiosk Developed to Detect Deception and Flag Human Security Agents

Virtual Border Agent Kiosk Developed to Detect Deception and Flag Human Security Agents

A virtual border agent kiosk has been developed to interview travelers at airports and border crossings with the ability to ...
US DOT Chooses University of Alaska Fairbanks for Drone Test Program

US DOT Chooses University of Alaska Fairbanks for Drone Test Program

The U.S. Department of Transportation recently announced that it has chosen the University of Alaska Fairbanks to be part of ...
VR Make Museum Content Accessible from Anywhere

VR Make Museum Content Accessible from Anywhere

Intel and the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) have partnered to create a new immersive virtual reality (VR) experience aimed ...
Sea Machines Robotics and Maersk Install Computer Vision, LiDAR, and Perception Software On Container Vessel for First Time

Sea Machines Robotics and Maersk Install Computer Vision, LiDAR, and Perception Software On Container Vessel for First Time

Sea Machines Robotics - a Boston company specializing in unmanned, autonomous vessel technology for the maritime industry - will be ...
Great Plains Institute Selected by NREL To Research How Solar Improves Electric Grid

Great Plains Institute Selected by NREL To Research How Solar Improves Electric Grid

The Great Plains Institute (GPI) - a Minneapolis nonprofit working to transform the energy system to benefit the economy and ...
New Data Science for Airlines Informatics Program Will Focus on Airline Data Analytics

New Data Science for Airlines Informatics Program Will Focus on Airline Data Analytics

Florida International University (FIU) is partnering with Farelogix – a Software-as-a-Service airline commerce gateway - to create a new Data ...
Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence Advise Fire Departments About Planning and Responding to Earthquakes

Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence Advise Fire Departments About Planning and Responding to Earthquakes

One Concern, a California startup company, is using machine learning and artificial intelligence to advise fire departments about how to ...
US Marine Corps Rapid Capabilities Office Releases ROI for Organic Precision Fire

US Marine Corps Rapid Capabilities Office Releases ROI for Organic Precision Fire

The U.S. Marine Corps Rapid Capabilities Office (MCRCO) - a division of the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory - recently released ...
Autonomous Shark Detecting Drone Has 90% Accuracy

Autonomous Shark Detecting Drone Has 90% Accuracy

Westpac Little Ripper Lifesaver has collaborated with the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) to develop the first autonomous shark detecting ...
New Noninvasive and Low Cost Wearable Measures Glucose

New Noninvasive and Low Cost Wearable Measures Glucose

Researchers from the University of California San Diego are set to launch a pilot clinical trial of a noninvasive, low-cost, ...
Seattle City Light Seeks Contract or for $3.3M Solar Microgrid for City's Parks and Recreation Department

Seattle City Light Seeks Contract or for $3.3M Solar Microgrid for City’s Parks and Recreation Department

Seattle City Light issued a request for proposals in May for a contractor to build a $3.3 million solar microgrid ...
Swedish Road Near Stockholm Charges Electric Vehicles As They Drive

Swedish Road Near Stockholm Charges Electric Vehicles As They Drive

The Swedish Transport Administration recently completed part of a road near Stockholm that charges electric vehicles as they drive on ...
Three Railroads Discuss Strategic Importance of Making Use of Big Data

Three Railroads Discuss Strategic Importance of Making Use of Big Data

The University of Delaware’s annual Big Data in Railroad Maintenance Planning conference brings together railroad users, data science professionals, consultants, ...
Lockheed Martin Announces Imminent Launch of New Flow Battery

Lockheed Martin Announces Imminent Launch of New Flow Battery

Lockheed Martin has announced that in a little more than a year it expects to launch a new “flow” battery ...
Resilient Solar Offers More Reliable Backup Than Traditional Power for Critical Facilities

Resilient Solar Offers More Reliable Backup Than Traditional Power for Critical Facilities

As part of the Solar Market Pathways project from the U.S. Department of Energy, San Francisco and New York have ...
Japan Uses Smallest Rocket Ever To Launch Satellite Into Orbit

Japan Uses Smallest Rocket Ever To Launch Satellite Into Orbit

In a demonstration experiment, Japan’s Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) recently used the smallest rocket ever to launch a satellite into ...
10th Mountain Division Receives Training in Electronic Warfare at Peterson Air Force Base

10th Mountain Division Receives Training in Electronic Warfare at Peterson Air Force Base

The 10th Mountain Division have received training in electronic warfare from the Space and Missile Defense Command (SMDC) located at ...
Australian Defense Industry Minister Releases Defense Industry Capability Plan for Australia's Long Term Vision

Australian Defense Industry Minister Releases Defense Industry Capability Plan for Australia’s Long Term Vision

Australian Defense Industry Minister Christopher Pyne recently released the Defense Industrial Capability Plan which outlines Australia’s long-term vision and objectives ...
Canada Invests $2.1M In Developing Quantum Radar

Canada Invests $2.1M In Developing Quantum Radar

Canada has invested $2.7M ($2.1M USD) into developing quantum radar - a new technology that would greatly improve the detection ...
University of Tennessee Health Science Center Launches $39.7M Center for Healthcare Improvement and Patient Simulation

University of Tennessee Health Science Center Launches $39.7M Center for Healthcare Improvement and Patient Simulation

The University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) will launch its new $39.7 million, 45,000-square-foot building in May of 2018 ...
Portugal Becomes 21st Nation to Join NATO's Cooperative Cyber Defense Center of Excellence

Portugal Becomes 21st Nation to Join NATO’s Cooperative Cyber Defense Center of Excellence

Portugal will become the 21st nation to join NATO’s Cooperative Cyber Defense Center of Excellence (CCDCOE) later this month. The ...
US Army Research Lab and University of Minnesota Explores Potential Use of Soft Robots

US Army Research Lab and University of Minnesota Explores Potential Use of Soft Robots

The U.S. Army Research Laboratory is collaborating with the University of Minnesota to explore the potential uses of soft robots ...
US Navy Deploys Two MQ-4C Tritons to Guam

US Navy Deploys Two MQ-4C Tritons to Guam

The U.S. Navy is preparing to deploy two MQ-4C Tritons - high-altitude surveillance drones - to Guam this summer. Built ...
Lockheed Martin and Cobham Parnters for US Navy Next Generation Jammer Low Band Competition

Lockheed Martin and Cobham Parnters for US Navy Next Generation Jammer Low Band Competition

Defense technology companies Lockheed Martin and Cobham are partnering to bid for the US Navy's Next Generation Jammer Low Band ...
Australian Senior Care Provider Develops Driving Simulator for Elderly

Australian Senior Care Provider Develops Driving Simulator for Elderly

McLean Care - an Australian regional senior care provider - is developing a virtual reality (VR) simulator in partnership with ...
Tripler Army Medical Center Offers Simulation Training for Operational Medicine Providers (STOMP) Course

Tripler Army Medical Center Offers Simulation Training for Operational Medicine Providers (STOMP) Course

The Tripler Army Medical Center (TAMC) recently held its first “Simulation Training for Operational Medicine Providers,” (STOMP) course at the ...
Ransomeware Attack Prompts Greater Security in Atlanta

Ransomeware Attack Prompts Greater Security in Atlanta

The city of Atlanta, Georgia is working with Secureworks, the FBI, the Department of Homeland Security and the U.S. Secret ...
Eugene and Maxine Rosenfeld Donate $20M for Medical Training Center That Will Simulate Clinical Practice

Eugene and Maxine Rosenfeld Donate $20M for Medical Training Center That Will Simulate Clinical Practice

UCLA Health Sciences received a $20 million commitment from Los Angeles commercial real estate developers, Eugene and Maxine Rosenfeld, to ...
Survey Reveals 80% of State DOTs Use Drones

Survey Reveals 80% of State DOTs Use Drones

A recent survey conducted by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) states that 80 percent of ...
Cybersecurity Researchers at Johns Hopkins University Partner with OnBoard Security To Prevent Drone Hacker Attacks

Cybersecurity Researchers at Johns Hopkins University Partner with OnBoard Security To Prevent Drone Hacker Attacks

Cybersecurity researchers at the Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute (JHUISI) have partnered with Boston-based OnBoard Security - a company ...
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory Launches Seagliders to Survey Ocean Conditions

Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory Launches Seagliders to Survey Ocean Conditions

Researchers from the University of Washington and Columbia University’s Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory are reporting the successful deployment of three undersea ...
U-Space Initiative Outlines Europe's Digital Infrastructure for Millions of Drones

U-Space Initiative Outlines Europe’s Digital Infrastructure for Millions of Drones

Skyguide - the Swiss air navigation service provider - is partnering with AirMap - an airspace management platforms for drones ...
Artificial Learning Environments for Autonomous Driving System Creates Simulated Digital Twin of Road Network

Artificial Learning Environments for Autonomous Driving System Creates Simulated Digital Twin of Road Network

Researchers at the University of Liverpool, Future Coders, and CGA Simulation have designed a VR training system for autonomous vehicles ...
Soldiers Control Unmanned Vehicle Swarms with Voice and Gesture Controls

Soldiers Control Unmanned Vehicle Swarms with Voice and Gesture Controls

Raytheon, under the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s (DARPA) Offensive Swarm-Enabled Tactics (OFFSET) program, is developing technology for soldiers to ...
Nvidia Drive Constellation Tests and Validates Autonomous Driving Technology In Simulated Environment

Nvidia Drive Constellation Tests and Validates Autonomous Driving Technology In Simulated Environment

Nvidia recently announced that it has built the Nvidia Drive Constellation - a cloud-based autonomous vehicle testing facility using state-of-the-art ...
U-Flyte Project Uses Waterford Airport As Test Bed for Drone Technology

U-Flyte Project Uses Waterford Airport As Test Bed for Drone Technology

The U-Flyte project at Maynooth University’s Department of Computer Science and National Center for Geocomputation in Ireland, which researches practical ...
University of Alicante Researchers and OASI Develop Simulator for Emergency Health Procedures Training

University of Alicante Researchers and OASI Develop Simulator for Emergency Health Procedures Training

Researchers at the University of Alicante in Spain and the training center of the firm OASI have developed an innovative ...
US Missile Defense Agency Hires Lockheed Martin To Build Modified Ballistic Reentry Vehicles

US Missile Defense Agency Hires Lockheed Martin To Build Modified Ballistic Reentry Vehicles

Lockheed Martin has been awarded an $80.6 million fixed-price contract from the US Missile Defense Agency to build modified ballistic ...
Integrative Art Course at Penn State Fayette Incorporates VR for Biomedical 3D Printing

Integrative Art Course at Penn State Fayette Incorporates VR for Biomedical 3D Printing

An integrative arts course offered by the Information Technology Services (ITS) department at Penn State Fayette is incorporating the use ...
Mind-Controlled Drones May Save Lives, Increase Attention Span

Mind-Controlled Drones May Save Lives, Increase Attention Span

EMOTIV - a bio-informatics and technology company - has developed a lightweight, plastic headset that is an electroencephalogram (EEG) device ...
A Baseball Hat That Can Fool Facial Recognition Software

A Baseball Hat That Can Fool Facial Recognition Software

Researchers at Fudan University in China, the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Indiana University, and Alibaba Inc. have created a ...
Robotic Drone Arm Inspired by Japanese Origami

Robotic Drone Arm Inspired by Japanese Origami

Engineers from Seoul National University in South Korea have developed a robotic appendage designed to give drones the ability to ...
DiSTI and D2 TEAM-Sim Scale 3D Virtual Training Solutions

DiSTI and D2 TEAM-Sim Scale 3D Virtual Training Solutions

DiSTI, a developer of 2D and 3D graphical user interfaces, and D2 TEAM-Sim, a training solution company have partnered to ...
Lufthansa Tests Biometric Boarding at LAX

Lufthansa Tests Biometric Boarding at LAX

Lufthansa Airlines recently successfully completed a three-week trial of a biometric boarding pilot program for its flights from Los Angeles ...
Southwest Research Institute Develops Unmanned Aerial System Technology to Enter Fukushima Daiichi

Southwest Research Institute Develops Unmanned Aerial System Technology to Enter Fukushima Daiichi

Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings, Incorporated (TEPCO Holdings) has contracted the Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) to develop unmanned aerial system ...
The Link Lab at University of Virginia Opens

The Link Lab at University of Virginia Opens

The Link Lab at the University of Virginia’s School of Engineering was opened in February of this year with the ...
State Key Laboratory of High Temperature Gas Dynamics Develops Hypersonic Wind Tunnel

State Key Laboratory of High Temperature Gas Dynamics Develops Hypersonic Wind Tunnel

A 265-meter-long hypersonic wind tunnel is being developed by the State Key Laboratory of High-Temperature Gas Dynamics, under the Chinese ...
APG Showcases Peres UAV Drone

APG Showcases Peres UAV Drone

Israeli startup APG, a designer and manufacturer of drones, recently showcased the Peres UAV which can fly horizontally and vertically, ...
Israel Aerospace Industries Debuts ELL-8270

Israel Aerospace Industries Debuts ELL-8270

Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) recently debuted the ELL-8270, an innovative electronic warfare system which uses a towed decoy as “bait” ...
Lockheed Martin Wins Contract for $150M to Develop Shipboard Lasers

Lockheed Martin Wins Contract for $150M to Develop Shipboard Lasers

The United States Navy has awarded an initial $150 million contract to Lockheed Martin to develop shipboard lasers - HELIOS ...
Forum Subsea Technologies and BluHaptics Partner on ROV and Subsea Engineering Solutions

Forum Subsea Technologies and BluHaptics Partner on ROV and Subsea Engineering Solutions

Forum Subsea Technologies, a subsidiary of Forum Energy Technologies, Inc., and BluHaptics, Inc. have partnered to provide solutions for remotely ...
NOAA Tests Use of Autonomous Sailing Drones for Monitoring

NOAA Tests Use of Autonomous Sailing Drones for Monitoring

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is currently testing the use of autonomous sailing drones to to monitor weather ...
University Center in Svalbard, Norway Works Toward Inexpensive, Lightweight Hyperspectral Imager

University Center in Svalbard, Norway Works Toward Inexpensive, Lightweight Hyperspectral Imager

Researchers at the University Center in Svalbard (UNIS), Norway are working with 3D printing and low-cost parts to create an ...
Airbus, Thales, and Helisim To Partner On $40M Helicopter and Maintenance Training Center

Airbus, Thales, and Helisim To Partner On $40M Helicopter and Maintenance Training Center

Airbus Helicopters, Thales and Helisim have announced they will partner to construct a new, a $40 million, state-of-the-art helicopter pilot ...
Astranis Aims at Internet Access for Under-Served Areas with Smallsats

Astranis Aims at Internet Access for Under-Served Areas with Smallsats

San Francisco-based startup Astranis recently announced it has raised $18 million to provide broadband internet access from space using small ...
DARPA'S Persistent Aquatic Living Sensors (PALS) Program To Precede Manned and Unmanned Underwater Vehicles

DARPA’S Persistent Aquatic Living Sensors (PALS) Program To Precede Manned and Unmanned Underwater Vehicles

A new project out of DARPA’s Biological Technologies Office - The Persistent Aquatic Living Sensors (PALS) program - will “study ...
Bigelow Aerospace Announces Subsidiary Bigelow Space Operations

Bigelow Aerospace Announces Subsidiary Bigelow Space Operations

Bigelow Aerospace recently announced that it has established a space operations subsidiary - Bigelow Space Operations. The subsidiary will handle ...
SUNY Polytechnic Institute To Host All-Day Drone Competition in April

SUNY Polytechnic Institute To Host All-Day Drone Competition in April

SUNY Polytechnic Institute's Utica, New York campus will host an all-day drone competition on April 15, 2018  that will be ...
The Czech Republic Army To Open Space Surveillance For Military Intelligence and NATO

The Czech Republic Army To Open Space Surveillance For Military Intelligence and NATO

The Czech Republic's army recently announced it is planning to open a space surveillance center to assess and process satellite ...
Swarms of Drones To Self-Navigate and Talk To Each Other

Swarms of Drones To Self-Navigate and Talk To Each Other

Dr. Vijay Kumar, researcher and dean of the University of Pennsylvania engineering school, and his team have been working on ...
Oculus Rift Wheelchair Training System May Provide Rehabilitation Using VR

Oculus Rift Wheelchair Training System May Provide Rehabilitation Using VR

A recent paper published in the journal Disability and Rehabilitation examines the potential benefits of using virtual reality (VR) to ...
Volpe Center Tackling See-And-Avoid Solutions for Drones

Volpe Center Tackling See-And-Avoid Solutions for Drones

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has estimated that by 2021, the fleet of remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) will reach 4 ...
North Carolina DOT Leading Proposal to Utilize Unmanned Aircraft Systems for Medical Deliveries

North Carolina DOT Leading Proposal to Utilize Unmanned Aircraft Systems for Medical Deliveries

The North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) is leading a team of private companies that propose to set up a ...