The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) recently completed certification of the SMASH weapon sight, following a successful operational testing phase with an elite infantry battalion. SMASH dramatically improves the warfighter’s shooting accuracy and efficiency, even at long range, ensuring the first shot hits the intended target, even in high-stress conditions and following extensive physical effort. Using…
French Company Diodon presents its new inflatable drone DIODON MP40 which is now able to carry up to 4 kg of payload at SOFINS 2019
Could use one of these for myself as I get motion sickness from VR
British troops will today begin testing out over 70 examples of futuristic technology including enhanced surveillance drones and unmanned vehicles on the f
The UGV domain is taking off… We need to keep up!
No matter how abundant or renewable, solar power has a thorn in its side. There is still no cheap and efficient long-term storage for the energy that it generates.
innovative fuel for heat capture and storage
The US Air Force (USAF) has officially opened the Kessel Run Experimentation Lab (KREL) to carry out the development of...Read More...
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.
It's official: After months of testing, the Army is moving forward with an intermediate round between the traditional 5.56mm and 7.62mm calibers for its M4
Note the cased telescoped ammunition belt on the picture. Interesting development to follow.
More flexible than CAS and higher precision than conventional fire support systems.
Seems an interesting way to go.