During a recent panel discussion, Pentagon officials pushed back on criticisms that there is lack of clarity on how the Defense Department will respond to domestic cyberattacks.
Integrating automation into network defenses will become increasingly important as threats become more sophisticated and diverse.
In recent exercises Navy tested how unmanned underwater vehicles can disable mines.
Hacking for Defense applies lean start-up principles to problems in the Defense and intelligence communities.
The Army could soon be turning to avatars as a less expensive alternative for testing everything from military gear to medical applications.
The Aircrew Labor In-Cockpit Automation System detects oncoming or crossing aircraft and determines the best avoidance strategy.
One Army commander calls for IT systems that are simple enough for nonexperts to operate in the field.
Army CIO Lt. Gen. Robert Ferrell described how the force wants to give soldiers access to communications technologies no matter their location.
Despite spending reductions across the Defense Department, the military is continuing to invest heavily in drones.
The Army’s network modernization plan for the years 2025 to 2040 calls on the service’s tech developers and customers to ensure it maintains the edge in the increasingly complex, data-saturated future.
The Army is looking for a way to manage the microcloud architecture so that it has integrated control of military and commercial cloud assets.
Following a request for information asking for Soldier Borne Sensors for individual soldiers, military leaders addressed some configuration and procurement particulars.