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iRobot wins $9.6 million contract with Canada

The robotics maker, a regular supplier for the U.S. military, will deliver 20 chemical- and bomb-sniffing PackBot robots.

Army awards $7.2 billion deal for integrated intelligence support

Twenty-one contractors will have to compete for individual task orders to support intelligence, information operations.

Air Force wants a better way to map and analyze its networks

The MAMA program seeks increased mission assurance by analyzing network traffic flows and associated metadata.

Army turns to industry for better cyber capabilities

The Contracting Command is seeking white papers from contractors that can develop new cyber capabilities and approaches.

Navy hires Lockheed for next phase of SEWIP

Lockheed Martin receives up to $147 million for low-rate initial production of the upgraded electronic warfare system.

Wearable robot will put a spring in soldiers' steps

The lightweight, flexible Soft Exosuit being developed at Harvard can cut down on fatigue and musculoskeletal injuries.

Researchers 'grow' lasers in chip breakthrough

The DARPA-funded work could cut costs and SWAP for microsystems used in radars, sensors and communications devices.

Putting powerful analytics into a 'Facebook for terrorists'

Modus Operandi’s semantic technology corrals and analyzes intelligence big data and puts it into a familiar interface.