Articles | National Defense Magazine

or
or
or
or
Filters:
+ Topic: Emerging Technologies
Displaying 1-10 of 719 results
  • Emerging Technologies

    June 2022

    U.S. Must Preserve its Quantum Advantage

    By John C. Johnson
    U.S. dependence on networks for secure financial transactions, communications, man-machine interface and unbreakable battlefield situational awareness has grown significantly over the years to a point where “arms race” is now a misnomer.
  • Emerging Technologies

    May 2022

    Turning the So-Called 'Valley of Death' Green

    By James S.B. Chew  and Arun Seraphin
    The defense technology community spends a lot of time grumbling about the “Valley of Death" because they can’t make the transition from prototype to a real product.
  • Emerging Technologies

    May 2022

    Counter-Hypersonic Program Enters Next Phase

    The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, racing to enable technologies to defend against hypersonic weapons, has entered the second phase of its Glide Breaker counter-hypersonic program.
  • Training and Simulation

    April 2022

    JUST IN: Startup Creates Simulator for Info-Warfare Ops

    A U.K. startup has introduced computer-based training software that simulates the information environment warfighters encounter during conflict..
  • Emerging Technologies

    April 2022

    Yet Another Hypersonics Wake-Up Call

    By Dr. Mark J. Lewis
    Russian claims of using hypersonic missiles to strike targets in Ukraine should be a wake-up call.
  • Emerging Technologies

    April 2022

    JUST IN: Purdue Funds New $73 Million Hypersonic Propulsion Lab

    By Shreeya Aranake
    Purdue University approved a plan to build another propulsion lab on campus to expand testing capabilities for hypersonic propulsion, according to an April 8 press release.
  • Emerging Technologies

    April 2022

    ‘Unentangling’ the Quantum Security Executive Order

    By Pete Ford
    A White House executive order issued Jan. 19, “Memorandum on Improving the Cybersecurity of National Security, Department of Defense, and Intelligence Community Systems,” outlines several near-term security directives.
  • Emerging Technologies

    April 2022

    JUST IN: Hicks Voices Concern About Pace of Hypersonic Tests

    The Defense Department’s approach to testing and evaluation for hypersonics weapons is one of Deputy Secretary Kathleen Hicks’ biggest concerns about the programs, she said April 12.
  • Emerging Technologies

    March 2022

    U.S. Needs to Refocus on Energetic Materials

    By John Fischer and Dr. Mark J. Lewis
    The list of top defense modernization priorities that were cited in the 2018 National Defense Strategy forms the basis of our work at the National Defense Industrial Association’s Emerging Technologies Institute.
  • Emerging Technologies

    March 2022

    Integrate Extended Reality in the Workplace to Meet Mission Needs

    By E.J.  Dougherty III
    Fueled by advances in artificial intelligence and machine learning, 5G, and edge computing, virtual and augmented reality — known collectively as extended reality or XR — will catapult to the forefront on the tech priority list in 2022.
Displaying 1-10 of 719 results