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November 5, 2019 | Source: National Defense, www.nationaldefensemagazine.org, Kris Osborn, 15 October 2019
Swarm Hell: Can the U.S. Army Stop Hundreds of Drones Armed With Explosives?
(Washington, DC) They can form swarms of hundreds of mini, precision-guided explosives, overwhelm radar, or simply blanket an area with targeting sensors. They can paint or light...
Survivability and Vulnerability
September 24, 2019 | Source: Defense Blog, defence-blog.com, 16 September 2019
U.S. Army Begins Testing New BLADE Counter-Drone System
The U.S. Army has begun testing the newest ballistic, Low-Altitude Drone Enga gement, or BLADE, prototypes mounted on a Mine-Resistant, Ambush-Protected (MRAP) vehicle, according...
September 1, 2019 | Source: Air Force Magazine, airforcemag.com, 16 August 2019
Cessna-Turned-Drone Foreshadows Future Unmanned Opportunities
A recent successful Air Force Research Laboratory flight demonstration brings the service closer to a future that could rely more heavily on machines than human pilots. For the...
August 27, 2019 | Source: Breaking Defense, Sydney J. Freedberg, 09 August 2019
Digital Arsenal: Army Inches Forward on Electronic Warfare
The Army wants to jam, spoof, and hack enemy electronics with such subtlety the target doesn’t even realize what’s going wrong. That takes both high-tech equipment and highly...
August 13, 2019 | Source: Washington Post, Aaron Gregg, 2 August 2019
Air Force to Deploy Ground-Based Lasers in First Field Test of "Directed Energy" Weapon
The Air Force announced Friday it will soon deploy two ground-based laser weapons to an undisclosed location to test how they can be used against small drones, the Service’s first...
July 31, 2019 | Source: GCN, gcn.com, Susan Miller, 25 July 2019
Marines Test AI, Autonomous Systems for Battlefield Intel
Operationalizing AI and autonomous systems as true warfighter partners to augment complex combat decision making. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency took some of its...
July 24, 2019 | Source: zdNet, zdnet.com, Greg Nichols, 3 July 2019
Parachute Validation: An Unlikely New Step On the Road to Drone Delivery
Here's a scenario for you: It's ten years in the future and you're walking down the street when a delivery drone malfunctions while toting a five-pound package. The high-pitched...
Survivability and Vulnerability
July 10, 2019 | Source: FCW, fcw.com, Mark Rockwell, 6 June 2019
FAA Moves Ahead on Commercial Drones
The Federal Aviation Administration has signed off on two approvals for key commercial unmanned aircraft projects. On June 5, the agency granted a "special airworthy certificate"...
July 5, 2019 | Source: New Scientist, newscientist.com, Donna Lu, 26 June 2019
Four-Winged Flying Insect Robot Weighs Under a Gram
Solar-powered winged robot has become the lightest machine capable of flying without being attached to a power source. Weighing just 259 milligrams, the insect-inspired RoboBee X-...
June 29, 2019 | Source: Defense Systems, defensesystems.com, Mark Rockwell, 24 June 2019
Chinese Drone Maker Tries to Quell Talk of Data Siphoning
After a bruising Senate hearing over drone security issues last week, Chinese drone maker DJI told U.S. lawmakers that some claims made by witnesses were "inaccurate" and "...