Defense IT

IARPA wants to zero in on high frequency radar, comms

Agency hires Leidos and STR to cut through ionospheric interference in order to pinpoint and identify HF emitters.

LGS acquires communications developer Axios

The deal could help LGS compete for NetCents 2 work.

AFRL, FlexTech look to revolutionize electronics

A new institute will develop flexible hybrid electronics and manufacturing processes.

Army, partners work toward better battlefield intelligence collection

The annual Enterprise Challenge tests intelligence technologies in real-world scenarios for the Army, other DOD agencies, contractors and coalition forces.

Intelligence officials: Cyber domain is still the 'Wild West'

IC leaders and members of Congress tussle over the slow progress toward defining the terms of engagement in cyberspace.

U.S. officials skeptical China will honor cyber agreement

Top intelligence and defense officials told the Senate Armed Services Committee they have doubts that China will comply with the new cybersecurity agreement.

Air Force wants to go organic for better energy storage

AFRL's SOFT program aims to use biotechnology and flexible electronics to boost the energy capacity of sensors and other devices.

Pentagon takes an analog approach to securing the Internet of Things

DARPA's LADS program would monitor an embedded device’s analog emissions to identify anomalous behavior.