Global Defence Technology: Issue 92




















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To accommodate a hurdles of destiny handling environments, a US troops and others will need systems that can work and share information opposite all domains. While a thought of multi-domain is still mostly conceptual, a requirement is already moulding a growth of a subsequent era of equipment. We hear from Lockheed Martin about a hurdles of integrating systems opposite land, sea, air, space and cyber.

We also pronounce to Recorded Future’s Insikt Group about a find of leaked US Air Force papers on a Dark Web, take a demeanour during Dstl’s plan to rise drones and belligerent robots for frontline logistics support, and find out how Cranfield University researchers are rebellious poisonous decay on live-fire ranges.

Plus, we pronounce to Raytheon about a opposite UAS solutions and turn adult what this year’s Farnborough Airshow has told us about a destiny of atmosphere fight training and a technologies ancillary it.

In this issue

A demeanour inside multi-domain crusade with Lockheed Martin
The multi-domain space is heating adult with governments and attention investing in new systems and their integration. Lockheed Martin’s Kimberly Ponders tells Andy Tunnicliffe that technologies will support militaries in operative seamlessly opposite air, land and sea in a future.
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Drone skeleton for sale: troops papers on a dim web
In June, Recorded Future’s Insikt Group done an rare discovery: papers relating to a MQ-9 Reaper worker for sale on a dim web. Berenice Baker speaks to Andrei Barysevich, executive of modernized collection during Insikt Group, to find out how a papers were detected and what a occurrence means for supervision security.
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How unconstrained smoothness drones could change troops logistics
The UK’s Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) is operative with other supervision agencies to rise drones and unmanned belligerent robots with unconstrained ‘deliver to order’ capability for frontline troops logistics support. Julian Turner finds out more.
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Live-fire ranges: take aim, fire, now purify adult
The repairs live-fire ranges can do to a sourroundings has usually recently turn apparent. Andrew Tunnicliffe takes a demeanour during what a risks are, how they can be addressed and a significance of good training.
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Taking out worker threats: Raytheon showcases opposite UAS technology
What does it take to stop a dangerous worker in a battlespace or polite airspace? At Farnborough Airshow, Raytheon showcased a technologies it is building to opposite a flourishing hazard of attacks by unmanned aerial systems (UAS). Berenice Baker reports.
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Days of thunder: British troops aircraft from Hurricane to Tempest
The UK’s new £2bn warrior aircraft programme, Tempest, was announced during Farnborough International Airshow. As Tempest hovers on a horizon, Callum Tyndall takes a demeanour during what is famous about a programme so far, and revisits a story of British troops aircraft named after storms.
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Live and practical environments figure a destiny atmosphere fight training
Air fight and a apparatus it relies on are elaborating fast and commander training needs to keep gait with a technology. The new Farnborough Airshow showcased several components of a holistic proceed to atmosphere fight training, from new schools by make-believe to creation in-combat training some-more realistic. Berenice Baker reports.
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Inside Operation Sea Guardian
Footage expelled by NATO offers an discernment into Operation Sea Guardian and shows how crews aboard ships from Croatia, Italy and a UK work together to lift out nautical counter-terrorism missions.
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Mastering supply sequence complexity to safeguard naval item readiness
Navies have to understanding with a formidable portfolio of stakeholders. Military organisations, OEMs, contractors and third-party providers progressing apparatus around service-based agreements all need to work together to safeguard item readiness. The pivotal is to provide IT systems not as a transactional apparatus though as a vital enabler, writes Evan Butler-Jones, executive for counterclaim product line during IFS’s Aerospace Defence business unit.
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Next emanate preview

The UK’s Dstl is seeking proposals for novel approaches to predictive cyber confidence and, in a longer term, rise a deployable resolution to envision and opposite destiny cyber threats. We try how predictive cyber confidence solutions could be used to revoke a odds and impact of cyber threats to supervision agencies and counterclaim manufacturers.

We also find out how a US Army investigate plan is building robots that can learn to autonomously work in teams with soldiers, check in on a US Air Force’s hypersonic weapons programme, and demeanour during new tech designed to strengthen pilots’ eyes from low-intensity lasers while in flight.

Plus, we news on new tech designed to detect explosives dark in electrical items, find out how a US Navy is branch a chief conflict subs into underwater spies with a assistance of new sonar and synthetic intelligence, and hear from Viasat how effective information pity can assistance forestall information bottlenecks in troops operations.

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