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The vehicle platforms transforming the US Army's Next Generation Combat Vehicle (NGCV)
01 April, 2021
The US Army is currently undergoing a major transformation of its...
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Germany and Norway come to agreement on 212CB Submarine Partnership 25 March, 2021 The Norwegian Ministry of Defence has announced that Germany and Norway have agreed to a joint partnership to procure Submarine 212CD. Germany will procure 2 submarines (pending...

Future Soldier Technology 2021: HIPPO Hybrid Amphibious Wheeled Carrier 10 March, 2021 Defence agencies are searching for best practices in unmanned ground system capabilities and how to best utilise hybrid technology.

Swept away - Automated minesweeping, keeping personnel out of danger 09 March, 2021 Minesweeping is one of the most thankless missions undertaken by modern navies. Advances in underwater drone technology, however, promise to automate this repetitive and dangerous task.

IDEX 2021: NIMR capabilities reaching a new era 26 February, 2021 The IDEX 2021 conference comes to a close and showcases the UAE’s premier technological partners and its demonstration for a stronger defence domestically, as well regionally across...

IDEX 2021 - TATRA TRUCKS: Fully Loaded, 4x4 to 16x16, complete off-road performance 25 February, 2021 TATRA TRUCKS, exhibited this week at IDEX 2021 has a deep history in automotive trucks and engineering, ranging from 4x4 to 16x16.

Embraer at IDEX 2021 - how innovation is accelerating Brazil's largest aerospace and defence supplier 25 February, 2021 Embraer Defense & Security is Brazil’s established defence and aerospace provider of multirole aircrafts for both civilian and military applications.

IDEX 2021: Navantia showcases future ship design with interactive training platforms 25 February, 2021 Navantia, the global shipbuilding company from Spain, are present this week at the world's largest defence exhibition, IDEX and NAVDEX, demonstrating to the Middle-East region...

Protecting strategic waterways through smart, safe minelaying 24 February, 2021 Smart technology has paved the way over the years to provide a digital interface, automated learning to make our lives easier.

IDEX 2021: Embraer - a new generation of multi-mission aircraft solutions for military 22 February, 2021 Embraer Defense & Security will attend the flagship defense trade fair, IDEX 2021, and showcase its leading aerospace and defense portfolio.

Curtiss Wright IAV 2021 - Open standards need open minds 10 February, 2021 Components used in defence applications need to be not only reliable but rugged and, increasingly, interoperable with different ground and air vehicle systems. We talk to David...

John Cockerill at IAV 2021 - Innovation, Modularity, Lethality, Readiness 03 February, 2021

Military vehicles have come a long way since the 80s with the new generation of fleets adapting towards open architecture and modularity to keep up with innovation...

GE: Naval advancements driven by sustainable and future proof green energy 27 January, 2021

With the Surface Warships conference taking place this week, navies across the globe are combining to assess future threats, and more importantly take a look at the...

Navantia - Surface Warships 2021 - Future versatility for today's naval forces 22 January, 2021 Navantia is a Spanish global leader in the world of naval design, shipbuilding and engineering. This week alongside worldwide navies, it is present at Surface Warships 2021,  which...

Harland & Wolff: British Ingenuity for Modernising Naval & Commercial Shipbuilding 12 January, 2021 With the ministerial announcement sending waves across the industry, the UK now has a long-term vision for the procurement and modernisation of the defence sector. At the forefront...

The return of artillery 29 December, 2020 For centuries, artillerymen brought the literal big guns to any military confrontation, dominating battlefields from the Crimea to the Somme. With the rise of effective fighter and...

War of the web 29 December, 2020 As relations continue to deteriorate between China and the US, the spotlight has been thrown on how the two superpowers are engaging in cyberspace. Andrew Barnett asks Jinghua Lyu,...

The great drone debate 29 December, 2020 As Western militaries pivot from a focus on counterinsurgency towards great power confrontation, a debate has begun on how best to use unmanned systems for surveillance. Can UAVs play...

Swept away 29 December, 2020 Minesweeping is one of the most thankless missions undertaken by modern navies. Advances in underwater drone technology, however, promise to automate this repetitive and dangerous...

In need of direction 29 December, 2020 In November 2020, the UK government announced an increase in defence spending over the next four years as part of its Integrated Review of foreign and defence policy. However, while...


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