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Cybersecurity the focus of two DARPA contracts granted to Perspecta Labs - News

October 23, 2020

CHANTILLY, Va. Perspecta Labs -- the applied research arm of Perspecta Inc. -- received two awards on the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Open, Programmable, Secure 5G (OPS-5G) program to perform work to improve the security of 5G networks.


Microelectronics workforce effort will be led by Purdue University and DoD - News

October 20, 2020

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. Purdue University is at the helm of a national initiative sponsored by the Office of the Secretary of Defense that aims to address and resolve the urgent need for engineering graduates to develop defense technologies, particularly in the area of microelectronics.


Unmanned off-road vehicles with increased autonomy the goal of DARPA project - News

October 08, 2020

ARLINGTON, Va. Improving the algorithms and software that guide self-driving military vehicles is the focus of a new project from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA); the goal of the research is to build autonomous off-road vehicles that behave like a human driver.


DARPA Connectorless Sea Train concept selects Gibbs & Cox - News

October 06, 2020

ARLINGTON, Va. Gibbs & Cox, Inc. (G&C) announced the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) awarded the company a multi-phase contract to develop and demonstrate a Connectorless Sea Train concept. DARPA has exercised the base development phase for $9,450,339.


DARPA program to leverage marine organisms for DoD maritime hardware - News

September 29, 2020

WASHINGTON. DARPA’s Persistent Aquatic Living Sensors (PALS) program aims to leverage how marine organisms observe changes in their environment through sensing to augment the Department of Defense’s (DoD) existing, hardware-based maritime monitoring capabilities. The program, launched in November 2018, is now entering its second phase.


Video games on the hunt to build a better virtual AI teammate - Story

September 08, 2020

Military teams operating in the battlespace against opponents under often-adverse conditions must act and react incredibly quickly, as adversaries become more adept and gather data on the fly. Artificial intelligence (AI) will become increasingly critical in helping commanders and team members with decision-making.