A South Korean approach to mitigate their “lack” of military personnel

In order to mitigate the effects of their continuing decline in recruitment South Korea envisions to deploy BioBots by 2024


DAPA (Defence Acquisition Programme Administration ) plans to deploy robots inspired by humans and insects by 2024, after which it will look towards biobots that draw inspiration from birds, snakes, and various marine creatures.

Because everybody needs a Ninja Bomb

According to the Wall Street Journal, the US Military and CIA claim to have developed a precision bomb that will cause virtually no collateral damage… Rather than exploding, the R9X missile can smash its way through anything in its path “as if a speeding anvil fell from the sky.” To give things a more dramatic feel six blades deploy out of the sides of the Ninja Bomb just as it hits in order to maximize its destruction…

Drones for organ transport

HAPS a cheaper and more flexible way to replace satellites.

High Altitude Pseudo Satellites (or Platform Stations) can provide surveillance and/or (much needed) bandwith for battlefield communications. and come in many shapes

for more info on military applications : HAPS White paper

A scope to increase the effectiveness of each rifleman

US Airforce Software Experimentation Lab to drive innovation

Software drives the future battlefield and an adaptive organisation needs to be able to quickly modify or create new software to addres this. This demands agile development and a client oriented approach.
Love this concept, combining this with flexible insourcing of talent could be a (better?) alternative than the system currently used by us.

Lightweigt belted ammunition development for US Army

Spherical drone that allows safe flight in difficult environments