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Artificial intelligence has seen a massive uptake in the past decade, as major tech companies and up-and-coming start-ups plant their roots in AI-related disciplines like machine learning, natural language processing, image recognition and neural networks. As of 2018, the seeds of innovation are blossoming as human interest in the nonhuman continues to grow. There is […] More
“We have a front row seat to the threats, exposure to information, networks and infrastructure…Cyber security is a very real issue and [NTT] can help.”   EM: Being with NTT DATA since 2005 it looks like you have worn several ‘different hats’. Tell our readers about your work experiences that has brought you to this […] More
Global incubator 1776 has agreed to merge with Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-based coworking network and business incubator Benjamin’s Desk in a push to provide more resources to Northeast Corridor-based startups and entrepreneurs and help them build up their businesses. Evan Burfield, co-founder and CEO of 1776, will serve as executive chairman of the new combined network that […] More
The logistics command of Finland’s defense forces has issued a request for information to gather input from industries of seven countries on weapons and equipment for a potential F/A-18 aircraft replacement. The Finnish defense organization said Thursday it sent the RFI notice to the U.S., France, Germany, Israel, Norway, Sweden and the U.K. as part of Finland’s HX […] More
Lockheed Martin and the U.S. Navy have opened a repair facility for the F-35 fighter aircraft’s electro-optical targeting system at the service branch’s Fleet Readiness Center Southeast in Jacksonville, Florida. The opening of F-35 EOTS depot culminates a seven-year collaboration of the Navy and Lockheed, FRCSE said Aug. 30. EOTS is designed to help fighter pilots conduct […] More
Lockheed Martin and EchoStar have retrieved the EchoStar III communications satellite in a joint operation that culminated in its deactivation and relocation to a graveyard orbit. The satellite’s retirement was executed in line with Federal Communications Commission rules in response to an incident involving the satellite in July, Lockheed said Wednesday. EchoStar unveiled in early August that […] More
A team of Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory engineers has tested a free-space optical communications system between two moving vessels at sea to assess how the platform operated in a maritime environment. APL said Thursday it demonstrated the compact form factor system at the annual Trident Warrior Exercise and showcased the FSO technology’s capacity to provide adjunct […] More
Rick Lober, vice president and general manager of Hughes Network Systems‘ defense and intelligence systems division, will participate in a panel discussion at SMi Group‘s Global MilSatCom Conference that is scheduled to take place in London from Nov. 7 to 9. SMi Group said Tuesday the forum will center on ground segment innovations for military satellite communications and cover […] More
“If they say they want to dominate something and we say we want to dominate something–it is highly unlikely that both of us simultaneously can achieve dominance. The best that can be achieved in such a contested environment is “superiority.” Electronic warfare is a pressing issue that the Pentagon has identified as part of the […] More
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, former IBM CEO Samuel Palmisano and other industry leaders from two nonprofit and nonpartisan organizations have launched an initiative that aims to advance cyber risk management in the private sector. The Center for Global Enterprise and the Center for Responsible Enterprise And Trade formed the Cyber Readiness Institute to establish best practices and […] More
SOS International has received a five-year, $17 million contract from the General Services Administration to help manage and maintain U.S. Central Command facilities at MacDill Air Force Base in Florida and Al Udeid Air Base in Qatar. The company said Monday it will provide asset management, billeting, emergency response planning, engineering services, help desk support, lodging management, long-range logistics and project […] More
Huntington Ingalls Industries‘ Newport News Shipbuilding division has concluded a series of USS Gerald R. Ford trials that assessed the aircraft carrier’s systems, components and compartments at sea. HII said Friday builder’s sea trials of the U.S. Navy‘s first Ford-class carrier, dubbed CVN 78, also covered high-speed runs and demonstrated ship capacities. Newport News Shipbuilding workers performed the tests with Ford sailors […] More
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