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Wired For Survival – Redundant Backup Wiring in Military Aircraft

One Shot, One Kill Back in the day, that’s all it took to shoot down an aircraft – one shot. Whether that magic projectile found the fuel or hydraulic lines or somehow disrupted the magneto, one shot was usually all that was needed to down an enemy aircraft. The line…

Carbide Dies and Military Applications

Imagine a metal with a density three times that of steel, tungsten carbide is incredibly heavy. Now imagine this substance being so hard that it can only be scratched by super abrasives like diamonds and the less well loved by jewelers, cubic boron nitride. On top of that carbide features…

When minutes feels like hours

A traumatic scenario "I’m sitting next to my severely wounded soldier comrade waiting impatiently for the field ambulance. A traumatic situation for all of us – what to do? We are indesperate need to do something for our friend and also for ourselves–it’s horrible to just wait. It feels like…

This new helmet can monitor pilots’ health and save their lives

The defense electronic systems maker, Elbit Systems is on its way to bring up the new generation helmet that can monitor health condition of the pilot during flight. The helmet, named Canary Airborne Guardian System comes integrated with special kind of sensors that have already achieved success for their astonishing…

Future Warfare Technologies and Technologies used in World War I and II

Mutual Defense Alliances, Militarism, Imperialism and many other reasons were accounted for the root cause of the death spree of more than 9 million combatants and 7 million civilians in the World War I and more than 60 million people in the World War II but the crucial role of…

New Laser Gun can destroy Drones

The United States of America have done it. It is now a step closer to having a special type of laser gun that has the capacity to shoot down enemy drones in a matter of seconds, while an eye blinks. Boeing has made it public that its latest mobile laser…

Tethered Blimps developed for defence, now find commercial applications

Tethered blimps that were being developed by a company for the military, will now be used commercially, from surveillance of bridges and roadways to post-natural disasters strike. Unmanned aerial vehicles or drones had been proposed for such functions but have not seen approval nod. For the time being, instead of…

New avenues in the Indian Defence Industry FDI

Indian Defence scenario is now on the verge of a major change. With Narendra Modi taking up charge as the Prime Minister with promises of quick economy revival, defence in India has already begun witnessing changes. Major European countries are all interested to make the best out of this opportunity…

Soft robots: MIT’s Technology that can alter Defence for the better

If you always thoughts robots had to be a pile of jangling metals, you might want to hold that thought right there! Pentagon and Harvard University have forecasted that the future for robotics is ‘soft and squishy’. The two organizations have come together to research and formulate robots that are…

Sea Chameleons inspire new Military camouflage tactics

Cuttlefish are sometimes known as the "chameleons of the sea," for their ability to change colors rapidly and blend in to their surroundings. Now, researchers have uncovered the three types of "light makers" on the skin that enable this sophisticated camouflage system. The results could lead to better protective gear…

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