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Air Force looking to weaponized ultrashort pulse lasers

The technology could require only a modest amount of energy to create a destructive beam.

Radar-on-a-chip prototype could guide drones

Chip researchers reported an advance in integrating a radar system on a chip that could be used to guide UAVs.

Ted Girard Delphix VP

Big data and virtualization: a formidable defense

All those terabytes of data from so many different platforms can be made available on demand, Delphix’s Ted Girard writes.

Navy gives 9 companies spots on $99M strike system contract

The companies will compete for work on Strike Planning and Execution Systems, which supports a number of air, sea and ground missions.

Navy adds $54.5M modification to C4ISR contract

The Space and Navy Warfare Systems Command issued a contract modification to L-3 for continued work until 2016 on C4 systems.

Next phase of Blue Force Tracking hits the ground running

The Army conducted a series of tests for its Joint-Battle Command Platform, which provides situational awareness and communications immediately upon landing.

Special Forces eye the latest in urban warfare technology

The Special Operations Command is looking to round up and test seemingly the full range of the latest unconventional warfare tools.

One vision for the future of small and micro UAVs

At the TandemNSI expo, Centeye demonstrates how its micro drones can be used for ISR.