Disagreement over whether UCLASS's primary role should be surveillance or strike has caused significant delays in the program, according to a GAO report.
The recent Mad Scientist Conference addressed the idea of embedding sensors into humans to help produce "sentient" data.
The Air Force is exploring new antisatellite technologies -- but keeping quiet about which ones -- in response to Chinese tests and Russia's hard line.
Thales and Harris will compete for order of up to 193,276 of the software-defined radios, designed to take tactical communications to dismounted soldiers.
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency launches a public site to help with damage assessment maps and other data services.
The agreement announced this week calls for greater information sharing and mutual defense.
The X-47B becomes the first drone to refuel in flight, while the Triton tests out a more powerful new search radar.
A DARPA program wants to seed the ocean with the acoustic equivalent of GPS satellites, so underwater vehicles don’t have to surface to get an exact fix.