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Cray has updated its suite of artificial intelligence and analytics platforms in a push to help organizations gain insight from geospatial data for government and industrial applications. The company said Monday it added a geospatial reference configuration and a deep learning plugin to the Urika CS and XC software offerings to manage AI training for deep neural network models.

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has unveiled a new concept that seeks to develop an armed unmanned aerial system designed to carry and launch air-to-air missiles and that can be produced through on-demand rapid manufacturing process, Popular Mechanics reported Thursday. Air Force Lt. Col. Jimmy Jones, a program manager at DARPA’s strategic technology office, said […] More
Leidos has secured a potential five-year, $13 million contract from the Defense Threat Reduction Agency to provide operations and maintenance support for DTRA’s Meteorological Data Servers and Numerical Weather Prediction services. DTRA awarded the contract, which contains one base year and four option years, through its Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction procurement vehicle, Leidos said Thursday. The company will offer targeted research-and-development […] More
The National Institute of Standards and Technology has begun its search for potential industry sources of virtual electrodes that will work to facilitate the development of technology platforms designed to use the human body as a means to establish communications among wireless devices. NIST said in a FedBizOpps notice published Tuesday the electrodes will work […] More
A report by Deloitte predicts economic forces will continue to drive moderate defense commitments globally and will increase the relative parity among military capabilities through 2020. The company’s latest Global Defense Outlook report forecasts that the combined annual defense budget of the 50 countries studied will remain flat at nearly $1.6 trillion  over the next five years, Deloitte said Monday. Those nations account […] More
The U.K.’s ministry of defense and IBM have unveiled the Defense Cyber Aptitude Test assessment service during the IBM HR Summit 2016, the Recruiter reported Thursday. Recruiter writes that DCAT is designed to check a military service member’s potential to work in cyberspace-related fields by determining behavioral characteristics and testing attention to detail, numerical and verbal skills and ability to […] More
Hampton, Virginia-based small business Science and Technology Corp. has secured a potential five-year, $39.3 million contract from NASA for services under the Aeronautics and Exploration Mission Modeling and Simulation contract. The company will provide services to aid the space agency’s Ames Research Center along with research and development support to two advanced supercomputing division branches, the systems […] More
The U.S. Air Force looks for industry partners to take part in a potential $12 million program that seeks to develop power sources and antennas for aerospace and defense uses, Military & Aerospace reported Wednesday. John Keller writes that the Air Force Research Laboratory released a solicitation Tuesday seeking partners to aid the development of the High-Powered Electromagnetics program […] More
Cray has been awarded a $36 million contract to upgrade the high-performance computers and storage system at the European Center for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts. The company will update the XC supercomputers to Cray XC40 systems and provide additional Sonexion 2000 Lustre storage and a 32-node system to the weather research center, Cray said Monday. The Intel […] More
Denmark’s Meteorological Institute has moved to run its climate and weather models on Cray’s supercomputers and storage system under a $6 million contract. Cray said Tuesday that DMI will install the Cray XC supercomputer and Sonexion 2000 storage system at the Icelandic Meteorological Office datacenter in Reykjavik, Iceland. The company is on schedule to deliver the […] More
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