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Army Technology №1 2015
[ ] 27.02.2015, 13:07

Army Technology


Год / месяц: 2015/1-2
Номер: Vol3 №3
Страниц: 32
Формат: PDF - 5.38 MB
Язык: Английский

FEATURES
3 THE FUTURE OF ARMY SENSORS
An exclusive interview with Mary J. Miller, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army (Research and Technology).
5 SENSING THE FUTURE
Sensors in military applications gather data that U.S. Army researchers hope will give Soldiers the decisive edge.
BY DAVID MCNALLY, RDECOM PUBLIC AFFAIRS
6 AUTONOMOUS FUTURE
Sensors make the Army’s ground vehicle fleet more intelligent. BY MATT DECEMBER, TARDEC PUBLIC AFFAIRS
7 OWN THE WEATHER
Army aviators fly in degraded visual environments with help from sensor technologies. BY BILL CRAWFORD, AMRDEC PUBLIC AFFAIRS
8 INTEGRATING SOLDIER SENSORS
Researchers develop a mobile platform to provide shared sensor information. BY JEFF SISTO, NSRDEC PUBLIC AFFAIRS
9 VIRTUAL ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION
Senior research leaders discuss sensors vision and challenges.
RDECOM PUBLIC AFFAIRS
14 SENSORS KEEP THE ENEMY IN SIGHT
Project Manager for Soldier Sensors and Lasers gets high-tech equipment to American troops. BY PEO SOLDIER PUBLIC AFFAIRS
16 COMMON OPERATING ENVIRONMENT
Sensors move the Army one step closer to foundational software architecture. BY EDRIC THOMPSON, CERDEC PUBLIC AFFAIRS
17 EARLY BIO-THREAT DETECTION
ECBC works with Soldiers to provide handheld biological detectors. BY ECBC PUBLIC AFFAIRS
19 BIOSENSORS
ARL scientists work to mimic antibodies and detect harmful particles. BY JOYCE P. BRAYBOY, ARL PUBLIC AFFAIRS
21 DARPA’S EXOSUIT
DARPA selected ARL to evaluate Warrior Web prototypes.
BY DAVID MCNALLY, RDECOM PUBLIC AFFAIRS
22 LIGHTWEIGHT ANTENNA
Inflatable ground satellite antennas enabling high-bandwidth network connectivity anywhere in the world. BY AMY WALKER, PEO C3T
24 QUICKER, MORE ACCURATE MORTARS
Picatinny engineers use advanced sensor technologies.
BY ERIC KOWAL, ARDEC PUBLIC AFFAIRS
DEPARTMENTS
1 ACRONYM GUIDE
2 EXECUTIVE DEPUTY TO THE COMMANDING GENERAL
27 NEWSBRIEFS

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