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JANUARY 8, 2019 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

U.S. Army considers German-built armored combat vehicle, with U.S. sensors and embedded computing

Defense industry finds a growth market in offensive hypersonic weapons to neutralize global targets

Army search for light tank to upgrade combat vehicles fleet is down to two armored vehicle designs

Prospects dim in Congress for creation of Space Force as a new U.S. military branch

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

FEATURED WEBCAST

The language of avionics: effectively transmit, process, and monitor avionics data

 

EXECUTIVE SUITE

IARPA seeks to apply trusted computing to artificial intelligence and machine learning models

U.S. intelligence experts are asking industry to develop trusted computing methods of safeguarding models used to create artificial intelligence and machine learning systems to ensure that models compromised by cyber attacks do not inadvertently reveal sensitive information. 

PROCUREMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Air Force eyes secure networking for shared situational awareness in SATCOM-denied environments

U.S. Air Force researchers are kicking off a potential half-billion-dollar program to develop secure networking for battlefield data that intelligently distributes information for shared situational awareness and timely decision-making. 

DARPA brief industry on initiatives in trusted computing, secure chip use, semiconductor manufacturing

U.S. military researchers briefed industry in December on a new initiative to help develop secure integrated circuit technology for trusted computing applications, ranging from manufacturing to systems integration.

 

Air Force asks industry's help to use digital signal processing for improving SIGINT and cyber intelligence

U.S. Air Force researchers are asking for industry's help in enhancing today's cyber intelligence and signals intelligence (SIGINT) capabilities by improving real-time digital signal processing to detect, identify, sort, track, prioritize, classify, and geolocate signals of interest automatically. 

 

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. 

 

BUSINESS TRENDS

Democratic House will have a major influence on U.S. military spending; may kill Space Force

U.S. military spending, which only a few months ago looked like it would remain historically high for perhaps the next six years, or even longer, may take a sharp turn next month when the new Congress is seated.