The omnibus appropriations bill passed by the House allocates $447 million for the command — up from $191 million in 2013 — though it also requires greater transparency.
AFRL orders an embedded computing system from GE designed to simulate the nervous system’s pathways and will support next-generation radar systems.
Navy CIO Terry Halvorsen cites three technology areas that can help the military save money while achieving its goals.
The combined S32G and R2-4G contract vehicles will be valued at $36 billion and will be opened up to competition.
Northrop Grumman is incorporating Trex Enterprises’ celestial navigation technology — a highly refined version of the technique used by the earliest sailors — into its laser targeting systems to improve their accuracy.
VSATs, which are widely used in military units and UAVs, are vulnerable if not configured properly, IntelCrawler says.
The lab announces a four-year program to explore internal CAC authentication, expanded biometrics, near field communications and other innovative steps.
As communications reach further into the field, the complexity of the network grows. New NetOps tools help simplify operations.