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Fear of removing the man-in-the-loop and embracing AI and automation may be hampering the efficiency of armed forces.
The nature of warfare and how militaries prepare for it – along with their other strategic objectives, which include civil emergencies, assisting in humanitarian disaster relief, and protecting the UK’s energy and food security supply chain – has changed drastically ove...
It was the16th of February, 2010 when HMS Astute left Faslane, Scotland to initiate sea trials. Forty three months behind schedule and £900m over budget, the HMS Astute is the Royal Navy's inaugural launch of a series of 7 nuclear submarines provided courtesy of inte...
Terrorists are increasingly targeted large corporations. In order to ensure corporate security, your company must be armed with the technology and manpower to effectively deal with these threats. Col. Trinayan Saikia, GM, Security and Safety at DLF, describes ways in wh...
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 moder...
Rear Admiral Vincent Griffith is Director, DLA Logistics Operations (J3) at the Defense Logistics Agency. He is responsible for the end-to-end supply chain management of DLA’s nine supply chains, providing logistics and material process management policy, guidance,...
When you’re working your regular day-to-day job, the last thing you need is to be distracted from your many tasks at hand by the possibility that every small movement you make could end up detonating a makeshift explosive.
The Canadian government under Prime Minister Stephen Harper is prioritising sovereignty as the top focus for its Arctic strategy, according to a public statement made this year at the World Economic Forum. It is also looking to strengthen regulations of the oil-and-ga...
Recently, the US secretary of defence, Robert Gates, once again emphasised the importance of the joint strike fighter (JSF) 35 programme, both for enhancing military logistics and improving global security. Gates spoke at a visit to Lockheed Martin's Fort Worth plant...
WASHINGTON, July 20, 2009 /PRNewswire/ -- The Indian Space Research Organization has awarded an $82 million contract to Raytheon Company (NYSE: RTN) to modernize the Indian air navigation system. Raytheon will build the ground stations for the GPS-Aided Geosynchronou...
The US Secretary of Defense, Robert Gates, has emphasised the importance of the joint strike fighter (JSF) 35 program, both for enhancing military logistics and improving global security. Gates spoke at a visit to Lockheed Martin's Fort Worth plant, where the final a...
Singapore is a small nation, just half the size of the island of Oahu in the Hawaiian Islands, but home to more than five million people. The nation’s navy is as good as any in the region, and its six modern Formidable-class frigates are made for much more than homela...
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