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Another quantum application: navigation resilience through quantum sensing

International defence community interest in quantum science and applications has increased in recent years as [...]

China successfully tests “most powerful” Mach 30 wind tunnel

In mid-July the government of the People’s Republic of China released a video showing what [...]

Australian government pushing the pace on Ghost Bat UAS

The Australian government directed the Australian Department of Defence (DoD) to accelerate development of the [...]

Keeping up: The layered challenge of technology integration and refresh

According to Heappey, the maturation of quantum technologies would offer the potential to fully unlock [...]

Japan MoD releases technology priorities, vision for improved R&D

On 28 June the Japanese Ministry of Defense released an English translation of its Defense Technology [...]

Inspection from the cloud (s): Drones, cloud enablement, and AI enhancing sustainment activites

The United States Air Force is experimenting with a new approach to aircraft inspection that [...]

Not Just for Specialists Anymore: Digital Data and the Building the Force of the Future

In April, the British Army revealed its inaugural Digital and Data Plan for 2023 – [...]

Experimentation key to technology adoption and building human-machine trust

As artificial intelligence becomes increasingly integrated into more aspects of military and security operations, concerns [...]

T-7A hits key milestone, shows promise and limitations of digital engineering

The U.S. Air Force successfully flew its planned next generation fighter trainer for the first [...]

Skynet is here already . . . or not

The Royal Aeronautical Society’s (RAeS) held its Future Combat Air and Space Capabilities Summit in [...]

Resilience and variation in meeting the growing counter-drone threat

The proliferation of a variety of types of uncrewed aerial systems, adoption of swarming tactics [...]

Mastering the seabed: “deep dives” into armed uncrewed underwater combat vehicles

On 7 June French company Naval Group announced it was awarded a nine months contract [...]

Hear me “meow”: US Air Force tests Angry Kitten EW system on Reaper UAS

Illustration: US Air Force/John McRell   In May 2023, the US Air Force successfully tested [...]

It’s getting HOTS in here: Resilient sensing in extreme environments

Source illustration : On 16 May, the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) [...]

Just add a spoiler and red flames: Israel’s tests customized F-35I capabilities

Israel tested a suite of customized capabilities for its fleet of F-35I stealth fighters during [...]

Low-Cost, Small, and Agile Conflict Coming to the Undersea Domain?

An article published on Fast Company in April details the development of a new type [...]

Resilience and creativity in the contested environment of Ukraine

Reporting from Defense One in March indicates that Ukrainian forces operating behind Russian lines are [...]

A tough day at the office: sensitive company info leaked through ChatGPT

The Economist Korea reported on 30 March (article in Korean) that three employees of semiconductor [...]

US Space Development Agency takes steps toward space resilience

The US Space Development Agency (SDA) launched the first 10 of its 28 Tranche 0 [...]

World’s largest uncrewed submarine being built; civilian technology with military applications

German shipbuilder TKMS (Thyssenkrupp Marine Systems) is beginning to build a prototype of the civilian [...]

Report: China leads in 37 of 44 critical technology areas

Australian think tank Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI) released a report entitled “Who is Leading [...]

The Autonomy Story in Three Parts

Three separate February 2023 events offered a snapshot of the opportunities, implications, and concerns associated [...]