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  • Electronics

    September 2022

    CHIPS Act Gives Hope to U.S. Semiconductor Industry

    Semiconductors have always been in widespread use across the nation, but with the Pentagon’s increasing use of more advanced systems and tensions in East Asia, shoring up the supply chain is more important than ever.
  • Intelligence and Surveillance

    August 2022

    Digital Radar Tech to Enable Distributed Sensing

    By Jan Tegler
    A new digital radar architecture in development at Sandia National Laboratories is intended to shift the paradigm for military sensing.
  • Navy News

    July 2022

    JUST IN: Navy Takes 3D Printer to Sea During RIMPAC Exercise

    The U.S. Navy-led Rim of the Pacific exercise is continuing in Southern California and Hawaii with 26 nations conducting naval, aerial and amphibious exercises to test their capabilities and interoperability. One ship is conducting a different test during RIMPAC — it is experimenting with 3D printing technology.
  • Air Power

    February 2020

    U.S., Allies Bolstering Electronic Warfare Systems

    By Jon Harper
    The global military airborne electronic warfare market offers major opportunities for equipment manufacturers as countries respond to growing threats, according to a recent report from Frost & Sullivan.
  • Aviation

    August 2018

    BISim Awarded Contract for New Flight Simulation Equipment

    By Sonja Jordan
    The Navy recently selected Bohemia Interactive Simulations to develop new air crew technology that leverages virtual and augmented technologies to provide shorter and more cost-effective pilot training, said one company official.
  • Infotech

    July 2018

    Pentagon Investing in Microelectronics Technology

    By Yasmin Tadjdeh
    With the security of Chinese-manufactured chips being called into question, the Defense Department is considering beefing up its investment in microelectronics, officials have said.
  • Infotech

    June 2018

    Pentagon to Boost Investment in Microelectronics to Compete with China

    By Yasmin Tadjdeh
    With China and other nations increasing funding for the development of microelectronics, the Pentagon is planning to make major investments to ensure it stays ahead of the pack, said one department official June 14.
  • Infotech

    May 2018

    Pondering Life After Moore’s Law

    Gordon E. Moore, founder of Fairchild Electronics, wrote his influential article, “Cramming More Components onto Integrated Circuits” — which gave the world “Moore’s Law” — in the April 1965 issue of Electronics Magazine.
  • Infotech

    May 2018

    Navy IT Spending Offers Opportunities for Industry

    By Jon Harper
    Contractors will have an opportunity to compete for major Navy information technology and professional services contracts in the coming months, according to a federal market analyst with Bloomberg Government.
  • Defense Contracting

    April 2018

    Intellectual Property Rights Demands Stifle Innovation

    By Philip J. Jasper
    Progress has been made recently, but ongoing attempts to acquire commercial items in non-commercial ways — and to seek overreaching unlimited access to intellectual property — are creating a barrier for many companies.
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