Logos Technologies, under a $9.7 million contract, will integrate audio and visual systems onto aerostats to detect hostile gunfire, explosions.
China is developing its ability to destroy satellites in orbit, which undermines stability in space, say State Department officials.
Prabhaker says Pentagon has to shed its expensive, slow-moving approach to technology and new weapons.
The service awards a contract to 14 companies with a plan for fast, flexible satellite operations.
AFRL’s Human Analyst Augmentation branch is looking for human-centric technologies to improve analysis of sensor data.
ULA launched the first two satellites in the Air Force’s formerly secret Geosynchronous Space Situational Awareness Program on July 28, after several days of delays.
DARPA researchers demonstrate an all-silicon SoC transmitter that could make RF systems smaller, lighter, cheaper and better.
Natick researchers are adapting a 16-gram, remotely operated helicopter that could send real-time video to soldiers and squads, indoors or out.