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  1. DIA director Lt. Gen. Flynn says the ICITE pilot showed they will need be able to do small-tech kinds of things on the larger framework. Gannett Government Media Corp

    ICITE shifts from pilot to planning

    DIA director Lt. Gen. Flynn offers an update on the intelligence community's burgeoning shared IT environment

    • Apr 18, 2014
  2. Adm. William McRaven credits recent information-sharing systems with restoring allies' trust in the U.S. intell community. Gannett Government Media Corp

    Partnership, high-quality intell critical to global operations

    Whether it's Afghanistan, Syria or Ukraine, the pressing foreign affairs unfolding worldwide at any given moment require a close-knit partnership between military and intelligence that hinges on information that is timely and easily shared, numerous milit

    • Apr 18, 2014
  3. Army prepares for Network Integration Evaluation 14.2

    Planning and training are well underway for the U.S. Army's Network Integration Evaluation 14.2, according to the Army's Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC).

    • Apr 18, 2014
  4. President Barack Obama receives the Presidential Daily Briefing from Robert Cardillo, Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Intelligence Integration, in the Oval Office, Jan. 31, 2012. Part of the briefing was done using a tablet computer. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

    Technology's evolving role in White House intelligence

    Since 1961 sitting presidents have received a presidential daily brief (PDB), a top secret update from the Director of National Intelligence that outlines the nation's most critical and pressing intelligence matters.

    • Apr 18, 2014
  5. Thinklogical visualizes mission-critical data

    The large quantities and multiple types of intelligence that analysts and decision-makers rely on can mean there's competition for attention, but one video-rich visual computing solution helps display that information so teams can carry out their missions

    • Apr 17, 2014
  6. 'Dark' future warfront requires high-tech intell

    As the U.S. prepares to exit southwest Asia and pivot to the Asia-Pacific and other areas of responsibility, new kinds of terrain mean new requirements for technologies that act as force multipliers, according to one top military official.

    • Apr 17, 2014
  7. Royal Navy personnel with a submersible mine countermeasures vehicle onboard Hazard Royal Navy

    Royal Navy tests minehunting drone

    The Royal Navy is testing an unmanned, minehunting motorboat that can also act as a mothership for other drones.

    • Apr 17, 2014
  8. Boeing unveils three analytic products

    Boeing has released three new products and upgrades for its TAC line of analytic software.

    • Apr 17, 2014
  9. The need for the Defense Intelligence Information Enterprise is growing more urgent as wartime operations depend increasingly on data. STAFF / AFP/Getty Images

    DOD, intell community push forward on joint IT environment

    The Defense Department and the intelligence community have been working on a joint information-sharing framework designed to connect the most remote corners of military operations.

    • Apr 16, 2014
  10. Acting Deputy Secretary of Defense Christine Fox wants to see electronic warfare become a broader concern across DoD. Erin A. Kirk-Cuomo

    DoD calls for electronic warfare integration expansion

    Officials want electronic component considered in efforts across the range of military operations.

    • Apr 16, 2014
  11. The global UAV market has a few years of rising business ahead before a decline begins, according to a market research firm. Pictured: The Hermes 900, made by Elbit Systems of Israel. File

    UAV market could decline in a few years

    Winding down of wars will have long-term repercussions, research firm finds.

    • Apr 16, 2014
  12. Jagwire, a new product from Exelis, can pool GEOINT data from various sources into a single point of access. Gannett Government Media composite

    New cloud solution links disconnected intelligence

    Integrates data from SIGINT, UAVs, satellites, other sources

    • Apr 16, 2014
  13. Boeing upgrades geospatial software

    Real-time tagging, other improvements come to DataMaster.

    • Apr 16, 2014
  14. BAE offers an app that could turn Google Glass into an intelligence tool. BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI / AFP/Getty Images

    Google Glass as intelligence tool

    Xplorer Snap adds GEOINT capabilities.

    • Apr 16, 2014
  15. Tech. Sgt. Darren Montefu, 920th Rescue Wing reserve aircraft maintenance engineer, performs a pre-flight inspection using a semi-rugged commercial mobile device. Air Force

    WiFi speed could soon get faster

    Qualcomm is touting a technology born from 7 years of research.

    • Apr 18, 2014
  16. The Air Force tests Google Glass. Richard Eldridge/Air Force

    Will the military be speedier with Google Glass?

    After catching on to the value of smartphones later than most, the military has a second chance with wearables.

    • Apr 16, 2014
  17. A visitor to Google's German offices looks at a three-dimensional rendering of French mountains using Google Earth software. Commercial imagery providers could soon be able to provide much higher-resolution images if suggested rule changes take effect. Adam Berry / Getty Images

    U.S. could lift commercial satellite imagery restrictions

    Limitations on resolution unpopular with companies, who say it hurts competitiveness.

    • Apr 16, 2014
  18. FLIR wins $18M Army contract

    Company will deliver chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosives detectors.

    • Apr 16, 2014
  19. Google's Project Loon hot air balloon ws part of an effort to provide Internet access to rural and remote areas. Google has acquired a maker of solar-power UAVs as part of a similar project. Wikimedia

    Google buys solar UAV maker

    The deal with Titan Aerospace could expand Internet access.

    • Apr 16, 2014
  20. LTG Michael T. Flynn, shown here addressing the 12th Annual C4ISR Journal Conference, told the audience at GEOINT 2013* that DIA is undergoing a necessary transformation to handle today's threat environment. Gannett Government Media Corp

    DIA focuses on integration, cyberspace

    'Crisis is the new normal,' says director.

    • Apr 15, 2014
  21. Letitia Long is guiding NGIA through a transition to become a new kind of information provider.

    Next for intelligence: immersion

    NGA to lead the way toward a new intel paradigm.

    • Apr 15, 2014
  22. UAV wins award for carrier-based operations

    The X-47B carrier-based combat UAV has won the prestigious 2013 Robert J. Collier Trophy.

    • Apr 14, 2014
  23. Marines test mobile tablets

    Hand-held computers could give real-time target intel -- if they pass muster.

    • Apr 11, 2014
  24. Four Channel Configuration: Dual SideHats and SINCGARS RT-1523s. VAA Mount Exelis image

    Exelis wins combat radio contract worth nearly $1B

    SideHat to be the first offering.

    • Apr 11, 2014
  25. A pilot and sensor operator fly an MQ-9 Reaper from a ground control station at Holloman Air Force Base, N.M. GAO has found that Air Force UAV management needs improvement. A1C Michael Shoemaker

    UAV crews undermanned, poorly managed

    GAO finds Air Force lapses that lead to reduced effectiveness.

    • Apr 11, 2014
  26. Senior Navy officials tour a data center at SPAWARSYSCEN Atlantic in Charleston, S.C. Joe Bullinger / U.S. Navy

    Navy struggles to streamline IT

    Plan is to reduce 125 data centers to 20.

    • Apr 14, 2014
  27. Harry Hallock wants Army contractors to understand that 'tough times' are forcing spending cuts. Army

    Army projects contract spending will fall 25 percent in 2014

    'Times are tough' says procurement official.

    • Apr 10, 2014
  28. A Wave Glider SV2 is launched in Monterey Bay. Liquid Robotics

    Robots protect the seas

    Two companies have co-developed a system for maritime security

    • Apr 10, 2014
  29. DISA is testing technology that could someday replace the Common Access Card. Army

    DISA tests a move away from CAC

    Derived credentials use digital tokens rather than a card reader to manage access.

    • Apr 17, 2014
  30. 2Lt. Krystin Shanklin, one of the BATMAN team leads. Researchers are testing Google Glass for possible use in combat zones. Richard Eldridge/711 Human Performance Wing

    Air Force R&D group experiments with Google Glass

    Combat troops could get a new tool in the utility belt, thanks to BATMAN.

    • Apr 10, 2014
  31. The fifth GPS IIS satellite has completed deployment. Boeing

    Fifth GPS IIF ready for action

    The fifth GPS IIF satellite has completed deployment and validation of the spacecraft's systems, according to a Boeing news release.

    • Apr 9, 2014
  32. Marines in Afghanistan are beginning to see more of the K-MAX Cargo Unmanned Aerial System, a helicopter designed to carry up to 4,000 pounds of cargo to U.S. forces in remote locations without a pilot. Colin Kelly/Staff

    K-MAX to get new software

    Mission-planning package will extend helicopter's versatility.

    • Apr 9, 2014
  33. DISA picks enterprise-wide security standard

    BAE system will become part of the Cross Domain Enterprise Services

    • Apr 9, 2014
  34. The Air Force has successfully tested a new waveform intended to improve communications and connectivity. Air Force

    Air Force Ku-band waveform aces tests

    Technology enables voice, video and IP communications via satellite.

    • Apr 18, 2014
  35. DISA CIO David Bennett says commercial cloud offerings are beginning to appeal more to DoD. DISA

    DoD taking new look at commercial cloud

    Robust offerings from major companies hold appeal, but many concerns remain.

    • Apr 14, 2014
  36. Victor Gavin is hopeful for a September end to NGEN migration. Navy

    Navy accelerates NGEN completion

    After delay, service wants to finish ahead of schedule.

    • Apr 8, 2014
  37. Autonomy options for the Marines have taken a major step forward, as officials at the Office of Naval Research announced April 5 two successful helicopter flight demonstrations with unmanned flight capability at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., part of the Autonomous Aerial Cargo/Utility System program. Navy

    Unmanned helicopter software passes flight tests

    System can turn any helicopter into an unmanned craft.

    • Apr 8, 2014
  38. The Air Force's MQ-9 Reaper, shown, and the MQ-1B Predator will conduct 65 round-the-clock combat air patrols in May. Master Sgt. Robert W. Valenca / Air Force

    Air Force reveals long-term UAV plans

    Predator, Reaper nearing target numbers for combat air patrols.

    • Apr 8, 2014
  39. The Army is requesting $500 million for 28 Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters as part of it's unfunded priorities list. Defense Department

    UAVs and tech among unfunded priorities

    The Army is trying to buy back some of its earlier communications and tech modernization that had been curtailed in earlier base budget cuts.

    • Apr 8, 2014
  40. Mobile phones can interfere with satellite communications, Air Force says. File

    DoD seeks method to block cell phone interference

    Mobile phones and other radio frequency emitters can disrupt satellite communications, Air Force says.

    • Apr 7, 2014
  41. The Navy's latest Fire Scout order brings the total number of the craft it wants to 19. Northrop Grumman

    Navy orders more Fire Scouts

    Unmanned helicopter is still in flight tests.

    • Apr 7, 2014
  42. DARPA's Mobile Hotspots program uses a variety of technologies to extend communications to far-flung military units in combat. DARPA

    Mobile Hotspot program enters second phase

    DARPA project designed to provide comm backbone for remote units.

    • Apr 7, 2014
  43. Smart Node Pods pass flight tests

    Comm systems allow real-time information exchange among unrelated radios datalinks.

    • Apr 7, 2014
  44. Mobile device management challenges some agencies. Getty Images/iStockphoto

    DISA's mobile device management plan a popular option

    Now work is underway on a plan for classified networks.

    • Apr 18, 2014
  45. Air Force seeks space-worthy electronics

    Space is a harsh environment, and the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) is searching for satellite electronics that can survive there.

    • Apr 4, 2014
  46. The Global Hawk has successfully used a second satellite link to transfer data. John Schwab/Air Force

    Global Hawk proves second satellite link

    UAV sends data using different SATCOM architectures

    • Apr 4, 2014
  47. Air Force personnel conduct an operational check of an AN/TPS-75 radar system at Balad Air Base, Iraq. US Air Force

    New threats, new technologies push AF radar program

    For years, the AN/TPS-75 has been the US Air Force's 'grab and go' radar system. Get it into an operational field, set it up, and it provides wide-range coverage of what is going on in the skies.

    • Apr 4, 2014
  48. The DoD will continue to consolidate data centers through 2014 as it focuses on strategically located core centers. JACQUES DEMARTHON/AFP/Getty Images

    JIE's running start

    DoD pushes forward with progress on JIE.

    • Apr 4, 2014
  49. A Beechcraft MQM-107 Streaker on display in the Research & Development Gallery at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. North Korea has UAVs believed to be modeled on the 107D. Air Force

    South Korea wants to detect enemy UAVs

    Country's radar systems often misidentify small craft.

    • Apr 3, 2014
  50. Graphics processors could unlock the power of Big Data, DARPA officials believe. Nvidia

    Do GPUs hold the key to Big Data?

    DARPA to turn graphics processors from video games to the real battlefield.

    • Apr 3, 2014

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