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New Radar System for Royal Navy Guarantees Hundreds of British Jobs

New Radar System for Royal Navy Guarantees Hundreds of British Jobs | Technology in Business Today | Scoop.it
A contract to build the radar systems that monitor the skies, land and sea around the Navy’s new aircraft carriers will support more than 200 highly skilled engineering jobs in the UK.
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VR model of Auschwitz helps convict Nazi war criminal

VR model of Auschwitz helps convict Nazi war criminal | Technology in Business Today | Scoop.it
German police have used VR forensics tech to prosecute a Nazi war criminal who worked at the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp. The team from the Bavaria
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US Military to develop Star Wars-style hoverbikes

US Military to develop Star Wars-style hoverbikes | Technology in Business Today | Scoop.it
The prototype is intended to do many of the jobs that a helicopter is used for, without the problems of helicopter design
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Wondering how to hack a Military Drone? It's all on Google

Wondering how to hack a Military Drone? It's all on Google | Technology in Business Today | Scoop.it
Israeli security experts have warned the US that drone hacking research is freely available online.
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Richard Platt's curator insight, May 11, 2015 7:10 PM

Israeli security experts have warned the US that drone hacking research is freely available online.

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3-D Printing Technology opens new Opportunities for Defense contractor SAIC

3-D Printing Technology opens new Opportunities for Defense contractor SAIC | Technology in Business Today | Scoop.it
Science Applications International Corp. in North Charleston is among the nation’s first companies to use 3-D printing technology to help the U.S.
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Army Recruits Reserves with Virtual Reality

Army Recruits Reserves with Virtual Reality | Technology in Business Today | Scoop.it
The UK Army is using technology to transform the way it recruits so people can "step straight into" the world of volunteering.
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Szymon Mantey's curator insight, January 19, 2015 2:00 PM

Miałem to cacko w rękach  i razem zkolega je tostowałem, powiem szczerze iż w zastosowaniu przydaje się, jest niesamowita frajda, zaś  jest poki co mało gier, filmów dzieki którym moglibyśmy korzystać z tych okularów, mysle ze w najbliższych latach czeka nas rewolucja  jesli chodzi o działą gier komputerowych  dzieki tym okularom.. o ile popracują nad  optymalizacja obrazu poniewąz po 30min graniu oczy bolą zewzgledu na to iż rozdzielczośc jest w okularach zaledwie w 640 zaś taki rozmiar tak blisko oczu  wywołuje ich zmęczenie

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Technology will never replace the Modern Foot Soldier

Technology will never replace the Modern Foot Soldier | Technology in Business Today | Scoop.it
Technology will never replace the Modern Infantry Foot Soldier
A Video from the US Military featruring the US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel
where he claims that technology will never replace the mod
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Jonathon Perino's curator insight, June 5, 2014 1:37 AM

Tin soldiers ? I can dig that as a much better way and about as good an idea as drones makes it more like war games than real butt kicking shoot 'em up's like Quake...

 

Just think what the new role of champion gamers will be....front of LCD Generals in cyber wars of the future.

 

What next? ipad grenades pr remote wars every 10 year old gets a country,  I mean a prize.

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How the US Military a now using Portable Technology on the Battlefield

How the US Military a now using Portable Technology on the Battlefield | Technology in Business Today | Scoop.it
US Marines using Tablets as an aid on the Battlefield
A Video about how US Marines are employing Technology as
a Battlefield Aid.
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Night-Vision Contact Lenses That Use Infared Technology may soon be Military Issue

Night-Vision Contact Lenses That Use Infared Technology may soon be Military Issue | Technology in Business Today | Scoop.it
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The key to the new technology is a lightweight and super-strong form of carbon known as graphene.

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Machine gun-toting robots may soon back up U.S. soldiers

Machine gun-toting robots may soon back up U.S. soldiers | Technology in Business Today | Scoop.it
A robot, equipped with an M240 machine gun, moves through the darkness until it stops under a stand of trees 100 yards from its squad of U.S. troops. The robot uses thermal imaging to detect enemy combatants hiding up ahead and aims its gun at them.
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China's military to train on digital warfare

China's military to train on digital warfare | Technology in Business Today | Scoop.it
Amid rising concern in the U.S. over China's role in cyberattacks, the latter is expanding its focus on virtual combat. [Read more]    
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Meet the Robots that will help us win the Wars of the Future

Meet the Robots that will help us win the Wars of the Future | Technology in Business Today | Scoop.it
Meet the robots that will help us win the wars of the future
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Iraqi Army has the Technology to create a bridge in 35 minutes

Iraqi Army has the Technology to create a bridge in 35 minutes | Technology in Business Today | Scoop.it
Alsumaria News / Baghdad / Photography: Ali Jassim The bombing of the bridges is no longer an obstacle to the progress of the Iraqi forces in the battle against “Daash.” 35 minutes have become capable of extended drawbridge over the … Continue...
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The 19 most Game-Changing Weapons of the last 15 years

The 19 most Game-Changing Weapons of the last 15 years | Technology in Business Today | Scoop.it
We've come a long way since the stealth bomber.
Just as smart gadgets have invaded our homes and revolutionized our lives over the last 15 years, next-level weaponry has transformed the military.
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Russian Defense Ministry Reveals First Photo of New Armata T-14 Tank

Russian Defense Ministry Reveals First Photo of New Armata T-14 Tank | Technology in Business Today | Scoop.it
Russia's Defense Ministry on Tuesday published the first official photo of the country's much awaited new T-14 Armata battle tank.
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U.K. Military Developing Solar-Powered Uniforms that Generate Electricity

U.K. Military Developing Solar-Powered Uniforms that Generate Electricity | Technology in Business Today | Scoop.it
Scientists across the United Kingdom are working on a solar-powered kit that could lighten the load of soldiers—and, more important, increase their mobility—by up to 50 percent. Developed by the University of Glasgow with Loughborough, Strathclyde, Leeds, Reading, and Brunel Universities, an ...
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Plural Group's curator insight, March 10, 2015 5:24 AM

Interesting project!

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Believe It or Not, the World's Fastest-Growing Drone Fleet Is in Japan

Believe It or Not, the World's Fastest-Growing Drone Fleet Is in Japan | Technology in Business Today | Scoop.it
Japan is a peaceful nation, in no small part because its post-World War II constitution required it. All that changed last month when President Shinzo Abe ended the ban that's kept Japan's army in check since 1945.
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Military's 'Plan X' would put cyberweapons into the hands of Soldiers

Military's 'Plan X' would put cyberweapons into the hands of Soldiers | Technology in Business Today | Scoop.it
Rather than simply hiring legions of hackers to fight on the front-lines, trained military personnel would wander around the internet, shooting down malicious attacks as if they were on the front line.

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Future Army helmets make for Cooler Soldiers, Terrified Enemies

Future Army helmets make for Cooler Soldiers, Terrified Enemies | Technology in Business Today | Scoop.it
It's hard to look at the US Army's latest helmet and not think of Halo, but the design does serve a purpose beyond gaming chic.
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You won't believe the military's new drones

Bird-like drones. Insect-like drones. Stealth drones. Invisible drones. The military's quest for the sneakiest, deadliest drones knows no bounds. They just a...

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A great view from a US Military UH-60 Black Hawk on patrol in Afghanistan

A great view from a US Military UH-60 Black Hawk  on patrol in Afghanistan | Technology in Business Today | Scoop.it

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Military Rings's curator insight, February 23, 2014 6:54 AM

Checkout our great US Military Rings, they help provide a great memento of a the memorable Deployment http://www.military-rings.com/military-rings/

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The military seeks help in developing an artificial human brain

The military seeks help in developing an artificial human brain | Technology in Business Today | Scoop.it
The US military's research wing, DARPA, is seeking help with a new project that would allow computers to imitate the human neocortex, the region of the brain we use for language, reasoning, and perception.
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