Featured by Kelsey D. Atherton
Russia’s Marker robot is a testbed for its next-gen military tech
The country has wrapped up its research on the tank-like bot, which has helped them explore technologies like robot autonomy and AI.
An inside look at how one person can control a swarm of 130 robots
Virtual reality and artificial intelligence helped with the daunting task.
The Navy’s next-gen destroyer concept involves powerful lasers
It's called the DDG(X), and it could be a successor to the Arleigh Burke-class destroyers of today.
Why Japan is betting on railguns for missile defense
Railguns are a fascinating type of weapon that can fire a projectile very quickly, although the US recently stopped working on them.
India launched a torpedo from a missile. Here’s why.
The recent test demonstrates a way to send a torpedo through the air before it enters the water.
DARPA wants Space-BACN so satellite communication sizzles
The program is pronounced "space bacon" and is focused on building resiliency in case satellites ever get fried.
Military medics and mechanics may soon have access to a virtual help desk through AMIGOS
AMIGOS, a new DARPA-funded program, aims to use AI and augmented reality to build real-time training manuals.
Mojave, the new Predator drone, is built to navigate rugged terrain
The new flying machine can take off and land from shorter runways.
Why the Air Force wants to put lidar on robot dogs
Using laser-based sensors on robot dogs or drones is a way for the Air Force to survey damaged buildings at a base like Tyndall in Florida.
The US Navy is testing out drone-zapping laser weapons
A demonstration from the USS Portland is the most recent example of how using a laser could be a cost-effective way to fight threats.