The Air Force has begun a pilot program that uses infrared sensors and wireless cell phone technologies to secure base perimeters.
2017 Trident Warrior exercise will offer a chance for sailors to operate cutting edge naval warfare technology.
The global C4ISR market led by electronic warfare spending is forecast to grow by 4 percent annually as regional powers look to protect expanding forces.
New aerial sensor integration technology allows air crews to view real-time ISR feeds without needing a ground station.
DOD is exploring ways to counter anti-satellite technology by using smart antennae, mobile ground terminals, and back up frequencies.
The AN/SPY–6(V) radar system uses radar modular assembly unit, Gallium Nitride, and digital beam form technology to bring the Navy’s radar into the digital age.
The aircraft carrier electronic launch system, electric weapons rail gun, and AN/SPY-6(V) radar are moving through testing phases toward operation.
DOD sponsors "modulation recognition" challenge to promote wireless situational awareness.