Defence Technology
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Contributor: Rory Jackson
Posted: 07/20/2017
Rapid improvement in micro drone technology is providing defence interests with new nimble capabilities. Full Content »
Contributor: Defence IQ Press
Posted: 07/18/2017
From artificial intelligence to the Internet of Things, Defence IQ is gathering insight into how emerging technologies are reshaping tomorrow's market. Full Content »
Contributor: Richard de Silva
Posted: 06/14/2017
Fear of removing the man-in-the-loop and embracing AI and automation may be hampering the efficiency of armed forces. Full Content »
Contributor: Richard de Silva
Posted: 06/13/2017
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. Full Content »
Contributor: Richard de Silva
Posted: 05/12/2017
Counter terrorism officers and emergency personnel are soon to benefit from advances in virtual and mixed reality technology as the EU Commission's AUGGMED project nears completion. Full Content »
Contributor: Angus Batey
Posted: 04/26/2017
The potential for commercial or hand-build small unmanned aircraft to be used by terrorists to deliver explosive, chemical, biological or radioactive payloads is a growing concern. As Defence IQ discovers, several companies are now offering counter-UAS or counter-drone systems, such as holographic radar. Full Content »
Contributor: Richard de Silva
Posted: 04/24/2017
Defence IQ spoke with Brigadier General Roberto DiMarco, Deputy Commander of NATO's Deployable Air Command & Control Centre, following his briefing on the importance of verified intelligence for real-time command and control. He explored NATO’s journey to achieving more effective decentralised C2 components through sensor deployment, fusion and intelligence production. Full Content »
Contributor: Valtteri Vuorisalo
Posted: 03/30/2017
In today’s digital age, governments, businesses and citizens are all seeking to create new opportunities and efficiencies through the use of digital technologies. For defence agencies, the secure, fluid and timely flow of data and intelligence is the life-blood of modern military activity. Full Content »
Contributor: Daniel Urchick
Posted: 03/16/2017
Military strategy is inevitably defined – and redefined – by the defence industry and its innovators. One analyst looks at how a seminal strategic text now fits into the world of mini-UAVs, satellites, full motion video and other unprecedented ISR capabilities. Is it the technology that makes the real difference…or how we use it? Full Content »
Contributor: Sven Hughes
Posted: 03/14/2017
The strategic communications industry is growing, and the capabilities to persuade and influence others through language is in a definitive age. One analyst argues that it is now more important than ever to ensure stratcomms specialists are acting with a moral responsibility. Full Content »
Contributor: Richard de Silva
Posted: 03/06/2017
This year’s Search and Rescue Europe conference (30th May - 1st June, 2017; Copenhagen, Denmark) will bring together world-leading SAR professionals and innovative equipment manufacturers, in a forum which will deliver fresh ideas and options to first responders.This high-level meeting will also share crucial insight into the strategic elements of Full Content »
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