As part of its research ahead of the International Armoured Vehicles conference (January 22-25, 2018; London, UK), Defence IQ is releasing its annual survey to help produce the 7th annual Global Armoured Vehicles Market Report. The report offers a comprehensive overview of the armoured vehicle market exploring key issues, challenges and opportunities for industry and the military. The report is supplemented with analysis of our exclusive survey data.
Two of the most important shipbuilding programmes of the Turkish Navy are the local construction of six TKMS Reis-class submarines (Type-214TN) and the indigenous development of a new class of submarine.
Fear of removing the man-in-the-loop and embracing AI and automation may be hampering the efficiency of armed forces.
With civilian drones already being used as low-tech weapons, an ability to spot the threat is in serious demand. Defence IQ investigates the market growth.
The defence industry would be best served by maintaining ‘simplicity’ when dealing with increasingly complex cyber threats, say security experts.
The former director general of MI5 has hit out at critics of Britain’s intelligence service, saying the threats of today are “worse and more complex” than the country has previously seen.
The Hellenic Navy is considering the purchase of two Kongsberg Naval Strike Missile (NSM) coastal defence batteries before 2020.
Underinvestment in artillery has left Nato land forces vulnerable to “devastating” capabilities that have been developed by high-end “near peer” adversaries, fears the British Army’s head of capability combat support.
Egypt is in talks with the US for the purchase of up to 12 IOMAX Archangel counterinsurgency aircraft to be used for border patrol runs in the northern Sinai region.
Following hacked email leaks during election campaigns in France and the US, Defence IQ explores the possibility that a British intelligence storm is on the horizon.