3D copy in counterclaim manufacturing: emanate 100 of Global Defence Technology out now


















Global Defence Technology is behind for a special celebratory 100th issue, as always packaged with a latest attention news and analysis. In this issue, we try a intensity of addition production for counterclaim applications, pronounce to Airbus about a impasse in a new DSEI Space Hub rising this year, and more.

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This month we applaud emanate 100 of Global Defence Technology. Taking a demeanour behind by a repository we realised how most a counterclaim universe has altered in a 8 years given we launched this repository – and nonetheless how small some things have changed. To symbol a milestone, we revisit some of a projects and pivotal themes we lonesome in a early days to find out how they have come along in a time since.

Of course, emanate 100 is also packaged with counterclaim record news and analysis. In this issue, we take a demeanour during a intensity of addition production for troops applications, a marketplace opinion for 3D printing, and some of a pioneering projects already regulating a record to make apparatus for use in a field.

We also check in on Poland’s vast counterclaim modernisation plan, locate adult with a UK MOD’s latest £66m plan to fast-track troops robotic projects to a frontline, pronounce to Airbus about a impasse in a new Space Hub during this year’s DSEI, and find out about a capabilities of Boeing’s Orca extra-large UUV in growth for a US Navy.

In this issue

How a counterclaim universe has altered in 100 issues of GDT

As we applaud 100 issues of tellurian counterclaim technology, we take a demeanour behind during some of a vital counterclaim attention projects and themes we lonesome in a early days to find out how they’ve come along in a years since.
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From Russia to NATO: a proof behind Poland’s troops modernisation

Poland is one of a few countries in a 29-strong NATO fondness that spends over 2% of GDP on defence. With a martial Russia on a eastern flank, Poland is stability to modernize a armed forces. Grant Turnbull finds out what a nation wants, and either it can means it.
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AI in a sky: can worker notice reinstate CCTV?

Skylark Labs has denounced a new notice system, that uses unmanned aerial vehicles and mounted cameras to indicate vast crowds. It relates synthetic comprehension techniques to detect faces, weapons, and boasts lip-reading capabilities. Talal Husseini explores a technology’s intensity for a counterclaim and confidence industry.
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In pictures: The UK MOD’s destiny drudge army

The UK Ministry of Defence has affianced appropriation of £66m to fast-track a growth of troops robotics for use on a terrain by 2020. Talal Husseini takes a demeanour during some of a projects in development.
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3D printing: where subsequent for addition production in defence?

The intensity for addition production – also famous as 3D copy – has been recognized for several years, though while copy technologies and processes continue to mature in a blurb sector, technical and institutional hurdles still need to be overcome for wider adoption in counterclaim manufacturing. Grant Turnbull finds out more.
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QA: Airbus on a DSEI Space Hub

Airbus will vaunt during DSEI in Sep in a newly combined Space Hub. Talal Husseini hold adult with Airbus Defence and Space handling executive Colin Paynter to find out how a Space Hub launch reflects a augmenting value and significance of a space zone to a confidence and counterclaim industry.
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British Army veterans commemorate a Berlin Blockade anniversary

On a 70th anniversary of a lifting of a Berlin Blockade, a Royal British Legion hold an eventuality during a Imperial War Museum Duxford to commemorate those who participated in a Berlin Airlift. Berenice Baker talked to British Army veterans about their experiences.
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Orca XLUUV: Boeing’s whale of an unmanned sub

The US Navy has awarded Boeing contracts value a sum of $274.4m to furnish 5 Orca Extra Large Unmanned Undersea Vehicles (XLUUVs). Based on Boeing’s Echo Voyager antecedent UUV, a 15.5m-long submersible could be used for cave countermeasures, anti-submarine warfare, anti-surface warfare, electronic crusade and strike missions. Berenice Baker finds out more.
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DARPA’s initial Grand Challenge for unconstrained vehicles in 2004 went down in story when not one car finished a 150-mile course. The same year, DARPA announced that one-third of US belligerent troops vehicles would be unconstrained by 2015. We demeanour during how a record has changed on in a 15 years since, and find out how tighten a US Armed Forces are to achieving that aim and that hurdles have prevented them assembly DARPA’s goal.

We also demeanour into a destiny of training and make-believe for armed forces, and pronounce to Thales UK’s conduct of Military Training Services about a latest training and make-believe technologies used by a Royal Air Force.

Plus, we hear from MASS about countermeasure growth in a AI age, news from a latest Defence Aviation and Safety Conference in a UK, and find out how a US DARPA wants to rise nautical notice capabilities regulating undersea organisms.

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