The company also is building a $20 million Maryland Space Assembly and Test facility to focus on expanded payload production.
In its biannual report envisioning future military systems, the agency also lauds one-time new technologies for their effectiveness.
A DARPA video shows how the SoS concept could be applied to air operations involving manned and unmanned aircraft.
The lightweight, modular Common Infrared Countermeasure system can help protect helicopters and small aircraft from ground-launched missiles.
The Contracting Command and the CHESS office prepare for the next Army Desktop and Mobile Computing contract.
The service will stage a massive multiplayer game to help solve the riddle of going from "need to know" to "need to share" without putting sensitive information at risk.
The San Diego-based center is working with Arizona State's Furnace program on the military’s latest tech transfer initiative.
Defense, NIST and NTIA set up a joint effort to test and evaluate spectrum-sharing techniques.