Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter told sailors that the Defense Department big plans for UUV over the next five years.
The security firm CrowdStrike details cyber activity globally in 2015, with focuses on Russia, China, North Korea and Iran.
A recent annual report to Congress by the office of Operational Test & Evaluation details areas in which the services have missed the mark in mitigating vulnerabilities and deficiencies in tests of UAVs.
A system developed by the Sensors Exploitation Research Group at the Air Force institute of Technology differentiates human skin from other materials, and can aid id search, rescue and surveillance.
Secretary Carter said the department will spend $7 billion in 2017 on cyber, but leaders are being coy about how the money will be spent.
The NESD program aims to communicate with up to a millions neurons at a time, in a device the size of a couple of stacked nickels.
The agency's Hybrid Forecasting Competition is intended to improve how humans and computers interact on geopolitical and geoeconomic analysis.
The TOGA system will reduce the number of pilots required while better integrating ISR with its tactical network.