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Scorpius - A Quantum Leap in Electronic Warfare Capabilities and Performance (sponsored)
As technology advances incessantly, so too do the deadly threats appearing on the multi-dimensional electronic battlefield.
Four Steps to Demystifying MOD Security Expectations for Industry (Sponsored Whitepaper)
Supply chain security is one of the MOD’s top priorities, as it should be for all its industry partners.
Ensuring cyber security and information assurance within organisations (sponsored)
CDS Defence & Security provides a stepping stone approach to helping companies understand and implement the necessary cyber security requirements in the defence sector.
Textron Systems: Benefits of MOSA Across Mission Sets (Sponsored)
As a leading systems integrator, Textron Systems brings a strong history of multi-domain capabilities in land, air, sea, weapons and electronic systems.
Drone Guard: The Complete C-sUAV Solution (Sponsored)
The proliferation of small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (sUAV), whether specifically designed and equipped for military use, or adaptations of readily available commercial models, places a heavy burden on those responsible for countering them.
GSOF Symposium Europe: Events in Ukraine drive SOF procurement in Europe (Sponsored)
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has concentrated the minds of governments across Europe, where there are increasing efforts to upgrade and replace military capabilities.
30th June 2021
This article is brought to you by Analog Devices.
30th June 2021
This article is brought to you by TUALCOM ELEKTRONIK A.Ş.
29th June 2021
Discover Analog Devices´ rich history of delivering best-in-class system-level solutions to enable the warfighter and protect critical missions.
28th June 2021
Since ship propulsion shifted from sails to propellers, preventing seawater from getting into the hull via the stern tube has been one of the most fundamental engineering challenges of designing and operating vessels. Without reliable sealing, even the simplest marine operation can become time consuming, costly and complex. Today there are new challenges to reliability, including greater forces at play and an environmental focus on preventing fluids from escaping the hull as well as getting in. But the stern tube seal remains a basic building block of safe and secure sailing.
22nd June 2021
This article is brought to you by Bittium.
22nd June 2021
From uniquely immersive collective training to policy design and operational decision support, the latest synthetic environments can transform an organisation’s ability to address complex security challenges and orchestrate a swift, integrated response.
3rd June 2021
In July 2020, Wärtsilä Marine streamlined its areas of expertise into three businesses focused on engine and fuel technology (Marine Power), software, navigation and simulation (Voyage), and end-to-end manufacturing businesses (Marine Systems). The business formerly known as Wärtsilä Seals & Bearings was brought under the new Marine Systems business line and renamed Wärtsilä Shaft Line Solutions.
3rd June 2021
This article is brought to you by CDS Defence & Security With the recent Defence Integrated Review reigniting the appetite for defence equipment programmes such …
4th May 2021
The inaugural event in Riyadh will bring together senior decision-makers from across the globe at a state-of-the-art 800,000 sqm venue.
3rd May 2021
This article is brought to you by Israel Aerospace Industries. With autonomous vehicle technology rapidly maturing, military robotic vehicles are playing an increasingly important role in ground …
28th April 2021
Silicon Sensing’s new DMU41 – the highest performing silicon MEMS IMU available today is also more than 40% smaller and lighter, with 50% lower power consumption.
23rd April 2021
Enabling faster deeper insights in Electronic Warfare technologies, Radar Design and Integration, Satellite Communications or Embedded Design Challenges.
29th March 2021
The Sentinel R1 aircraft returns from its last operational flight from RAF Waddington in Lincolnshire, Feb. 26, 2021. (Photo by RAF Sgt. Nicholas Howe/ UK MOD …
24th March 2021
Drones offer enormous potential on the front lines of the world’s military forces.
10th March 2021
This article is brought to you by Avon Protection Individuals who are routinely subjected to particulates, gases or vapors which are harmful to the respiratory …
9th March 2021
The MOS MOD system is a new version of the current Multifunctional Information Distribution System (MIDS) On Ship, with the advantages of lower size, weight, and power usage.
1st March 2021
Stabilization technology has evolved from raw, primitive systems with low expectations to high tech, sophisticated systems with defined performance requirements. For military applications, the awareness has certainly been heightened in recent years, on the vast benefits that stabilizers deliver relating to safety, productivity, retention and mission readiness.
19th February 2021
Prvni brnenska strojirna Velka Bites (PBS), an EASA certificated aerospace manufacturer from the Czech Republic, is launching new high-performance jet engines. Last year, PBS delivered their 1,000th PBS TJ100 turbojet engine and are now adapting to the disposable applications market‘s demands. To do this, they are launching a fuel lubricated version of the highly reliable, world-proven jet engine PBS TJ100, which has the added benefit of being lighter in weight and cheaper to buy.
17th February 2021
Missile defense sensor is hitting all the marks
Raytheon Intelligence & Space delivers another Air Force laser system ready for operational use (sponsored)
16th February 2021
This article is brought to you by Raytheon Technologies. Raytheon Intelligence & Space, a Raytheon Technologies business, recently delivered the next high-energy laser weapon system …