Beijing likes to accuse the US of having a ‘Cold War mentality', but China’s current splurge of missile silo building is unprecedented since the Cold War.
EDA approaches industry for dual-use C-UAS technology
UAS have evolved in recent years to pose an increasing threat to military installations and critical national infrastructure, prompting defence and security agencies to pay closer attention to countermeasures.
Focusing on the need to access dual-use C-UAS technology, the European Defence Agency (EDA) has issued a call for industry ideas, before its second ‘Countering Unmanned Airborne Systems (C-UAS) Workshop’ scheduled for 15 September.
An EDA spokesperson explained to Shephard that the event will focus on potential collaborative C-UAS development efforts, ‘in line with avenues of approach identified to implement the related agreed EU priority'.
The official added: ‘The objective ...
Research teams in the US military and industry are looking to prove the practical benefits of using hydrogen fuel cells.
Pending takeover of Meggitt by Parker-Hannifin follows move for Ultra Electronics by US-owned Cobham.
The UK has joined the growing group of nations that are dedicating more resources to the space domain with the launch of its Space Command.
The US government is not for changing course on Turkish sanctions but Ankara continues to show it is more than capable of bypassing them.
Sales and underlying profits fell for UK-based Babcock International in the 12 months ended 31 March, but it has already picked up new business in the first months of FY2022.