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December 19, 2016 | Source: Breaking Defense, Sydney J. Freedberg
Red Electrons: Army Rapid Capabilities Office Fights Russian GPS Jamming, Cyber, EW
The Army’s new Rapid Capabilities Office is focused like a laser on Russian threats to Army networks: both cyber attack (hacking) and electronic warfare (jamming), in particular...
December 5, 2016 | Source: Daily Mail, dailymail.co.uk, 29 November 2016, Harry Pettit
Drone Gun Jams Unmanned Aerial Vehicles from More than a Mile Away
As drone numbers rocket across the world, concerns mount over their safety in the wrong hands. With even ISIS reportedly using shop-bought drones to drop hand grenades on Western...
November 21, 2016 | Source: Popular Mechanics, David Hambling
Gallium-Nitride Radar Tech Could Be Key to Improving Compact Active Denial Systems
The Raytheon company has spent 17 years researching gallium-nitride for Patriot missile radar, but the technology's potential stretches much further than that. At the recent...
November 21, 2016 | Source: Popular Mechanics, popularmechanics.com, 14 November 2016, Kyle Mizokami
Army's ‘Phaser’ Could Knock Out Drone Swarm with High-Power Microwave Energy
The U.S. Army is testing a new weapon that shares its name with the handheld laser of "Star Trek" fame. Developed by Raytheon, the Phaser can disable drones and virtually anything...
A Modeling Framework for Coaxial-Rotor UAV System Swarms: Performance Analysis via System ID and Cognitive Physicomimetics Techniques
INTRODUCTION As evidenced by the significant current funding for advanced helicopter technologies , as well as the large quantity of technical papers available throughout the...
August 4, 2016 | Source: Stew Magnuson, nationaldefensemagazine.org
Army Acquisition Chief: Ground Combat Technology a Key Piece of Third Offset Strategy
ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Maryland — The Defense Department's push to develop leap ahead technology known as the "third offset strategy" must include ground forces, an Army...
Survivability and Vulnerability
July 6, 2016 | Source: Breaking Defense, breakingdefense.com, 6 July 2016, Richard Whittle
Death To (Tiny) Drones: New Technologies Compete At Quantico
The military is devoting more and more attention to the threat of hostile drones on the battlefield, but what to do about the dangers posed by tiny micro-drones, especially in...
June 24, 2016 | Source: Breaking Defense, breakingdefense.com, 23 June 2016, Sydney J. Freedberg Jr.
Lasers Vs. Drones: Directed Energy Summit Emphasizes the Achievable
WASHINGTON: When do laser weapons finally become real? The low-hanging fruit for a near-term application looks like it’s shooting down enemy drones before they can target US...
Joint Integration Testing of Swarming Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
INTRODUCTION As technology improves, so does the capacity to expand a defensive perimeter to ever-increasing ranges, both horizontally and vertically. Identifying ways to...
January 13, 2016 | Source: Defense Systems, defensesystems.com, 6 January 2016, Mark Pomerleau
Air Force Wants a Portable System to Counter Small Drones
The Air Force in now jumping into the counter-drone game, following other service branches such as the Army as well as civilian agencies that include the Bureau of Prisons, to...