DARPA researchers want modular, scalable systems to counter an emerging threat.
A $52.6 million contract with Raytheon calls for modernizing the Miniature Airborne GPS receiver 2000 as the service shifts to stronger, jam-resistant signals.
With two new contracts, the service looks to expand training programs, particularly for pilots of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.
A USC-Lockheed Martin computing center doubles qubit capacity for artificial intelligence and optimization applications.
DARPA's XAI project wants machines to be able to make humans understand their reasoning, which would help build trust in autonomous systems.
Contract modification for Raytheon will add to the work being done on the high-speed, versatile Navy Multiband Terminals.
With a bevy of devices for soldiers to keep track of, CERDEC creates a tool that could eliminate the manual method of making sure certificates are ready to authenticate users.
In DARPA's Cyber Grand Challenge, seven teams from industry and academia strove to show how automated systems could find and fix software flaws within seconds.