Concerned by aviation accidents where artificial intelligence (AI)-driven controls have failed in critical situations, the U.S
The Flight Safety Service (FSS) of the Russian Ministry of Defense together with Rostec Subsidiary, JSC RT-Techpriemka plan to introduce advanced machine learning in the production and operation of military aircraft. The use of artificial intelligence will make it possible to carry out long-term planning of product quality and predict the...
A French MoD-supported cybersecurity start-up, GLIMPS has received a €6 million funding from ACE Capital Partners with the support of Breizh Up, the co-investment fund from Frances Brittany Region. Created in 2019, GLIMPS has developed technology to detect a cyberattack in record time for both civilian and military customers
The South Korean military will install an Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based security system at the eastern coastal border, weeks after a North Korean man crossed over to the country. The man in his 20s passed through a drainage conduit beneath the barbed wire fences set up along the shore in mid-February...
Russias MiG Corporation said it is equipping its MiG-35 fighter jets with Artificial Intelligence (AI)-powered target recognition system. The MiG-35 Generation 4++ multirole fighter aircraft is further development of MiG-29K/KUB and MiG-29M/M2 airplanes
AeroVironment said it acquired Progeny Systems Corporations Intelligent Systems Group (ISG) for $30 million earlier this week. Under the terms of the transaction, AeroVironment acquired ISG for $30 million in cash and an earnout for Progeny Systems Corporation of up to $6 million over three years, based on the achievement of specific performance targets
Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) and Matrix Defense said Monday that they have established a joint Artificial Intelligence (AI)-development center. The two companies will co-develop AI, machine learning (ML) and Big Data-driven solutions to be integrated into IAIs satellite and space systems, defense and attack systems, missiles, homing heads, electro-optical payloads, and additional systems
A new International Research Laboratory (IRL) being launched by Naval Group on Monday will focus on humans-autonomous agents teaming: an area of research at the interface of artificial intelligence, computer science, engineering, technology, human factors and psychology. The French Australian Laboratory for Humans-Autonomous Agents Teaming, shortened to CROSSING, is a collaboration between the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), the University of Adelaide, Flinders University, the University of South Australia, French technological university IMT Atlantique, and Naval Group, the only industrial partner
Grene Robotics has signed an MoU with Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) to jointly develop Autonomous MANPAD Data Link (ADML) system, a first-of-its-kind air defence solution that brings isolated MANPAD operators into a networked environment. Mr Rajasekhar M V, Director (R&D), said, “AMDL is a state-of-the-art data link system, which exploits AI to provide a comprehensive air defence solution
The British Army has invested $137 million (£102-million) in an Artificial Intelligence (AI)-powered surveillance system built by Elbit Systems which allows frontline soldiers to detect and engage enemy targets. The contract will be performed over a five-year period