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Keeping AI under control

Artificial intelligence has driven countless headlines over recent years – with many worried about the supposedly existential threat the technology poses to humankind. Despite these concerns, however, militaries continue to invest in AI, driven by the need to retain a strategic advantage over potential foes. With principles of responsible use supposed to govern the use of AI in combat, Dan Cave speaks with Nikos Loutas, head of data and AI policy at Nato; and Simona Soare, a senior lecturer at Lancaster University, to find out if these safeguarding rules are adequate – and if they could be bypassed.

Levelling-up tanks

With drone strikes an ever-present threat, military wisdom once dictated that tanks were on the way out – until recently. Resurgence on the Ukrainian steppe, however, armoured vehicles have proven themselves to be far from obsolete. With new programmes underway to deliver next-generation armoured vehicles, Jim Banks speaks to Brigadier Geoffrey Norman, director of the US Army’s Next Generation Combat Vehicles Cross Functional Team; and Bryan Clark, a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute, about how tanks can thrive in today’s world of rapidly evolving threats.

Making decisions, maintaining control

Command and control systems are vital to modern warfare – especially with the proliferation of new technology. Defence and Security Systems International talks to Elias Silvola, CEO at Modirum Defence, to learn more.

Toughbook 40 Tactical keeps the Defence Sector connected with new In-Vehicle Solution

The cost-effective and customisable TOUGHBOOK 40 TACTICAL delivers superior in-vehicle connectivity for wheeled and tracked military vehicles.

Babcock in cooperation with Saab for the Swedish Navy’s Future Surface Combatants

Babcock International Group (Babcock), the defence company, has been selected by Saab to support the design for the development of the Swedish Navy’s new Luleå-class Surface Combatant.

INVISIO’s new in-ear headset achieves market-leading hearing protection levels

The recently launched INVISIO X7 in-ear headset, has achieved a ground-breaking level of hearing protection of 39 dB SNR, performing even better than initial results and providing higher safety levels for users than ever.

Panasonic TOUGHBOOK Innovation Forum to address needs of the Hyper Mobile Workforce

Technology leaders and customers discuss AI at the Edge, 5G and Security and the UK NHS Ambulance Radio Programme

Babcock supports the next generation of Ukrainian Fighter Jet Pilots

Babcock International Group (Babcock), the defence company, is proud to be providing vital support to the next generation of Ukrainian Air Force pilots as they prepare to fly F-16 fighter jets.

Babcock awarded five year Royal Navy equipment information configuration contract

Babcock International, the defence company, has been awarded a configuration management contract for the Royal Navy and the Royal Fleet Auxiliary surface ship fleet.

Babcock and Supcat launch production on Jackal 3 for the British Army

Babcock International Group (Babcock), the defence company and Supacat, a defence vehicle engineering company have officially launched production of 70 High Mobility Transporter (HMT) Jackal 3s for the British Army.