DARPA going to extremes for DDoS defense

The research agency is looking to the private sector for revolutionary ways to blunt the effect of distributed denial of service attacks.

Computer designs deliver innovative radio solution for SOCOM

Engineers using a 3D CAD program developed an innovative way to create a two-in-one radio mount while adhering to strict weight requirements.

Army awards $1B for intelligence and info warfare support

Four companies are named to the nearly $1 billion contract to support the directorate that develops ISR, cyber and electronic warfare capabilities.

Soon drones will be able to fly and swim

Recent research in unmanned technology in both the government and private sector has focused on combing flight and underwater operation.

Central Command looks to private sector for joint cyber planning

GSA issued a synopsis/solicitation for joint cyber planning services associated with the command’s Joint Cyber Center.

Project to add autonomy to existing aircraft takes next step

In Phase II of DARPA's ALIAS program, Sikorsky will demonstrate the ACES system with a Black Hawk helicopter and a fixed-wing aircraft.

'Hackfest' puts cadets into virtual hand-to-hand combat

After a month-long training course at the Air Force Institute of Technology, Air Force and Army Reserve cadets put their skills to the test against each other.

Air Force wants to meld humans and machines for ISR analysis

AFRL hires researchers to find ways to bring humans into the analytics loop via cognitive systems.