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  • C4ISR

    June 2021

    Manufacturer Unveils New PNT Tech for Army

    By Meredith Roaten
    Curtiss-Wright has introduced a more efficient model of its positioning, navigation and timing technology for land vehicles.
  • Army News

    April 2021

    JUST IN: Army Holding Tech Demos Using Jet-Powered Spy Plane

    By Mandy Mayfield
    The Army is conducting a number of technology demonstrations for its new intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance aircraft, a service official said April 29.
  • Information Technology

    April 2021

    JUST IN: Navy Information Warfare Leader Says IT Adoption Too Slow

    By Yasmin Tadjdeh
    Over the past two decades information technology systems have “exploded” in use, but the U.S. military has been too slow to adopt it effectively, said the deputy chief of naval operations for information warfare and director of naval intelligence April 21.
  • C4ISR

    February 2020

    BREAKING: Coast Guard Releases New 'Tech Revolution' Road Map

    By Connie Lee
    The Coast Guard has released a new plan aimed at revolutionizing its data management capabilities, the service’s commandant announced Feb. 20.
  • Battlefield Communications

    October 2018

    Industry Viewpoint: Five Essential Networking-On-The-Move Capabilities

    By Charlie Kawasaki
    In battlefield environments, the fight does not stop just because a warfighter is moving. Doing so would put them at a distinct disadvantage if they cannot maintain situational awareness at all times.
  • Battlefield Communications

    June 2018

    Rockwell Collins Develops Wearable Combat Targeting System

    By Vivienne Machi
    PARIS — A new combat targeting system that fits in a user's pocket could help joint terminal attack controllers and other warfighters more simply and readily send and receive critical information, according to its developer.
  • C4ISR

    June 2018

    Harris Introduces New Narrowband Waveform for Coalition Forces

    By Vivienne Machi
    PARIS — Harris Communications has developed a new narrowband waveform for international and coalition forces that offers more efficiency and increased range while reducing latency, said one company official.
  • Battlefield Communications

    May 2018

    DARPA Pursuing Global Positioning System Alternatives

    By Connie Lee
    The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is looking to develop alternative positioning, navigation and timing capabilities. Dave Tremper, a program manager at the agency’s strategic technology office, said relying solely on GPS provides users with a single point of failure.
  • Air Force News

    February 2018

    Air Force Offers Up Options for a Post-JSTARS Future

    By Vivienne Machi
    ORLANDO, Fla. - The Air Force is proposing an array of near-term solutions to maintain the effectiveness of its battle management capabilities after announcing it was cancelling the joint surveillance target attack radar system recapitalization program.
  • Space

    January 2017

    Space Sector: Remote Sensing Firms Frustrated by Red Tape

    By Sandra I. Erwin
    Space startup Planet builds 20 shoebox-size satellites in just one week — and its growing constellation soon will be able to map the whole world, in just three days.
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