Primer can quickly sort through hundreds of sources to identify, say, Russian interference in Azerbaijan. It sells its tech to Walmart too.
3,000 WiFi access points and 150,000 wired ethernet ports The Pentagon, the colossal office that serves as the headquarters of the United States’ Department of Defence, plans to install 3,000 new WiFi access points and 150,00-plus wired ethernet switches after turfing out old Cisco kit.…
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A new audit by the Pentagon's top watchdog found that a significant amount of the equipment was likely unwanted or unneeded by police forces.
The top generals, as well as several service leaders, are quarantining after meeting with a senior Coast Guard official who has tested positive.
Elon Musk's SpaceX will build four satellites for the Pentagon, fitted with wide-angle infrared missile-tracking sensors supplied by a subcontractor.
The $1 billion was given to the Pentagon as part of the CARES act and intended to help it prepare for the impacts of the coronavirus.
'Even if we stopped building new ships, it would take the [People's Republic of China] years to close the gap when it comes to our capability on the high seas,' he said.
Microsoft wants to position itself as the cloud provider for governments — and one key executive is at the center of it all.
Maps in the Pentagon's latest China Military Power Report illustrate Beijing's growing ability to strike on land, at sea, and through the air.
The announcement that the Navy planned to conduct flight training on 9/11 prompted a New York congressman to ask: "Are you out of your mind?"
AI will face off against human pilots in real-world fighter aircraft by 2024, Secretary of Defense Mark Esper revealed on Wednesday. The Pentagon announced the plan a month after an AI system demolished an Air Force pilot in a virtual dogfight. An algorithm developed by defense contractor Heron Systems swept a best-of-five aerial duel versus an F-16 pilot wearing a VR helmet. The new trials will test how the AI’s capabilities transfer to the real world, Esper explained on Wednesday at the Pentagon’s first AI Symposium: The AI agent’s resounding victory demonstrated the ability of advanced algorithms to out-perform humans in virtual dogfights. These simulations… This story continues at The Next Web
Amazon says DOD actions were "political cronyism" and review was "illusory."
"We have spent far too much time... striving to gain access to data for training our algorithms, updating fielded models, site by site, deriving ad-hoc solutions to bring real-world data back to allow dynamic retraining of fielded models, and cobbling together one-off, bespoke cloud solutions to meet mission requirements" The post “Corrupted by the President’s Self-Interest” — Amazon’s JEDI Wrath appeared first on Computer Business Review.
Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Following an investigation by the Pentagon, the Department of Defense says it is standing by its decision to award a $10 billion cloud computing contract to Microsoft, not Amazon, the latest in an ongoing legal battle over the lucrative infrastructure project. On Friday, the Department of Defense said in a statement that it had completed its investigation into the awarding of the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI) contract, an investigation it pursued to determine whether there were discrepancies in the procurement process. The Defense Department said it had “determined that Microsoft’s proposal continues to represent the best value to the Government,” adding that “contract performance will not begin immediately.” That’s... Continue reading…
'Stars and Stripes is a historically significant publication in our country,' a bipartisan group of 15 senators wrote in a letter Wednesday.
The Pentagon is fast-tracking space weapons and technologies with a sense of urgency in response to concerns that the United States may be falling behind Russia and China when it comes to destroying satellites, jamming networks and introducing new weapons into areas beyond the earth’s atmosphere.
The goal is to create an AI platform that would be integrated into augmented reality infrastructure that involves advanced microscopes.
We spend more money on our military than the next nine countries combined. We could easily reallocate some of this money to those in need.
The global unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) market size is prognosticated to witness progressive growth rates on account of the increasing use of UAVs in the defense and military sectors worldwide.A handful of players constitute the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle market.These include players such as Boeing, Northrop Grumman, and AeroVironment.Manufacturers have a strong portfolio and adopt strategies such as mergers and acquisitions, agreements and contracts, company collaborations, and investments in quality production.These companies have an extensive geographic presence and are investing continuously in research and development for secure regulatory approvals.Notable Industry Developments of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Market Include:In 2019 – FLIR Systems received a contract worth USD 39.6 million from the U.S. Army for Black Hornet tactical Nano-UAVs.In 2019 – 34 ScanEagle drones were manufactured by Boeing Co. and sold by the Pentagon to the governments of the Philippines, Malaysia, Vietnam, and Indonesia for USD 47 million.In 2019 – Northrop Grumman accepted a contract worth $ 65 million for supplying drones to Navy in Australia to provide long-lead production components for three Lot 5 MQ-4C Triton unmanned aircraft.In 2019 – A British Company, Prismatic, will be acquired by BAE Systems for aerospace and defense giant and expected to continue the solar-powered production of UAVs.Significant UAV Market Manufacturers include:TextronNorthrop GrummanKespryHubsanEHangDJICyPhyAutel RoboticsAguaDroneAction DroneParrotYuneec International Co. Ltd.Lockheed Martin CorporationInsituGeneral AtomicsDragonfly Innovations, Inc.DelairBoeingAbout Us:      Fortune Business Insights™ offers expert corporate analysis and accurate data, helping organizations of all sizes make timely decisions.We tailor innovative solutions for our clients, assisting them to address challenges distinct to their businesses.Our goal is to empower our clients with holistic market intelligence, giving a granular overview of the market they are operating in.Phone:US: +1 424 253 0390UK: +44 2071 939123APAC: +91 744 740 1245Email: [email protected]