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January 30, 2017 | Source: IEEE Spectrum, spectrum.ieee.org, 19 December 2016, Jeremy Hsu
ONR Developed CARACaS Software Controls Navy Swarmboats
Drone boats belonging to the U.S. Navy have begun learning to work together like a swarm with a shared hive mind. Two years ago, they would have individually reacted to possible...
January 16, 2017 | Source: Military.com, Hope Hodge Seck
New Details Emerge on Littoral Combat Ship Breakdowns
In a pair of congressional hearings about the Navy's embattled littoral combat ship program this month, service program managers and oversight officials fielded tough questions...
December 19, 2016 | Source: Defense iQ, Victor M. S. Barreira
Multi-Mission AUSS – Anti-Submarine Warfare, ISR, Undersea Mine Warfare and More
Thales is unveiling its AUSS concept (Autonomous Underwater & Surface System) long-range hybrid multi-mission multi-sensors remote-controlled system capable of operating both...
November 8, 2016 | Source: Popular Mechanics, Kyle Mizokami
The Zumwalt Destroyer Is Here, Now What About the Railgun?
The USS Zumwalt, lead ship of a new class of advanced stealth destroyers, was commissioned on Saturday, October 15th with great fanfare. The knifelike ship, armed with two 155-...
November 8, 2016 | Source: Georgia Tech Research Horizons, rh.gatech.edu, Issue 3, 2015, Rick Robinson
On Their Own
As a team of unmanned quadrotor aircraft hovers above, six small ground robots roll into an unfamiliar two-story structure. Soon, the rotorcraft are darting about mapping the...
October 24, 2016 | Source: Kris Osborn, Scout Warrior
New Armor and Technology for Marine’s Amphibious Assault Vehicles
The Marines are moving along with building an upgraded, stronger, more high-tech Amphibious Assault Vehicles. The Marine Corps is revving up its fleet of 1970s-era Amphibious...
Survivability and Vulnerability
October 24, 2016 | Source: Kris Osborn, The National Interest
ONR to Develop 150KW Solid State Laser Prototypes for Shipboard Testing
The Navy plans to arm its destroyers and other ships with high-tech, low-cost ship-board laser weapons engineered to quickly incinerate enemy drones, small boats, aircraft, ships...
September 14, 2016 | Source: Kris Osborn, Nationalinterest.org
US Navy's New Super Stealth Destroyer Getting Ready to Test Its New Guns and Missiles
The Navy's new "first-of-its-kind" stealthy destroyer will soon go to San Diego, Calif., where it will go through what’s called “ship activation" - a process of integrating the...
August 30, 2016 | Source: Vivienne Machi, nationaldefensemagazine.org
Raytheon SeaRAM Poised to Offer Next-Generation of Anti-Ship Missiles
Raytheon is positioning itself to offer key missile defense assets that fill coverage gaps on the U.S. Navy’s littoral combat ships and new frigates, including upgraded surface-to...
August 15, 2016 | Source: unmannedsystemstechnology.com
Riptide Delivers Micro-UUVs to US Navy
Riptide Autonomous Solutions, a developer of unmanned maritime vehicles, has announced that it has completed the delivery of its first three production Micro-UUVs to the US Navy’s...