Defense IT


DARPA

DARPA looks beyond Moore's Law

Chip effort targets reconfigurable devices as scaling runs out of steam.

Poseidon

P-8A software upgrade will increase communication, connectivity

The P-8A Poseidon will receive a software revamp as it approaches full operational capacity.

Army Cyber

Air Force CISO says innovation key to future cyber defense

According to senior Air Force officials, airmen are encouraged to take an innovative approach to cyber defense.

DDG 51

Navy seeks lightweight, jam resistant antennae

Ultra-wideband phased array antenna could reduce costs and electronic footprint of weapons systems

DSGS-A

Army standardizes IT components, software across 400 units

Over the course of a two-year period, the Army will standardize software to improve security, interoperability and combat effectiveness.

cyber

DARPA looks for tech to wipe out botnets, cyberattacks

Research agency wants to develop autonomous software agents that can locate and destroy botnets.

Pentagon

New Pentagon report changes DOD acquisition and tech approach

Pentagon acquisition and technology report creates new chief management officer position within DOD.

Stryker

AI helps Army with Stryker maintenance

Army Materiel Command's Logistics Support Activity worked with IBM and its Watson computer to use sensor technology to improve maintenance on Stryker vehicles.

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