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DECEMBER 5, 2018 RAPID FIRE

The U.S. military is using genetic engineering to alter life forms to detect enemy submarines

Trump calls for arms control, rips own defense budget as “crazy”

Air Force unmanned aerial vehicles and jet fighters to fire lasers by early 2020s

Promising class of rugged photonic sensors can be used in high-radiation environments

High-energy laser weapons, anti-drone systems, and the future of warfare

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LEADING OFF

Navy sponsors experiment in March to demonstrate UAV technology to deliver cargo to ships at sea

U.S. Navy unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) experts are inviting industry to participate in experiments in March to demonstrate ways of using UAVs to deliver cargo to and from ships at sea.

Slide show: Parachute warfighters

Take a moment and enjoy a slide show of this week's photos of life in the military from Military & Aerospace Electronics. 

IN TECHNOLOGY

Raytheon eyes advanced heterogeneous computing architectures packaged in system-on-chip (SoC)

U.S. military researchers are working together with the Raytheon Co. to develop heterogeneous computing systems that provide the performance of specialized processors, while maintaining the programmability of general-purpose processors. 

 

Air Force to brief industry this month on project to develop a secure ASIC for cyber security

U.S. Air Force researchers will brief industry this month on a project to develop a secure microcontroller in an application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) form factor for cyber security. 

 

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Researchers seek thermal management for smart phones under heavy sensor processing loads inside closed cars

U.S. Intelligence researchers are asking industry to find new ways of cooling smart phones and other small mobile devices to prevent damage to them from heat generated by heavy use, as well as from the solar heat in parked vehicles.