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GPS 3 sats and M-Code ops getting ground support by Lockheed Martin

In late 2018, the next generation satellite of GPS III is going to be launched with the updated Lockheed Martin’s ground control system by which US Airforce will be benefitted by getting full command over new satellites for the purpose of operation and testing. During 2016 and 2017 two contracts were got placed by Air…
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AI innovation challenge announced by Lockheed Martin and DRL

An innovation competition has been announced by the DRL (Drone Racing League) and Lockheed Martin which is challenging the teams for AI (Artificial Intelligence) technology development in which an autonomous drone will enable pilot operated drone to race and win. The teams which are going to participate in the competition will fight for the share…
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For the next wave development, DARPA announces $2 Billion Campaign

DARPA is playing an essential role in the advancing of AI (Artificial Intelligence) for over 60 years. The company changes the era by producing new features in Games and also in the Defence system. DARPA was first to start in 1960 and make huge research on Artificial Intelligence and develop a new shape for technology.…
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A Step ahead Army researchers take for defending computer system with MTD

An experienced team of US Army Research Laboratory from the University of Canterbury, New Zealand with the accompany of GIST (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology) has moved forward by taking a step ahead towards the MTD (Moving Target Defense) development techniques in the field of SDN (Software-defined network).  This latest research has now proved…
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Orban tackles Hungary Over Rule of EU Parliament’s law

Viktor Orban, the Prime Minister of Hungary has provided his critics on the European Parliament this Tuesday. He tries to give an outspoken and frank defense stats for the European Parliament for deciding the political sanctions to lead against Hungary.   The defense sovereign rights and anti-migrant measures have been argued by the Budapest with…
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Rice farm’s Nitrous oxide emissions are a factor for global climate concern

Intermittently flooded rice farms will emit forty-five times additional inhalation anesthetic as compared to the utmost from unceasingly flooded farms that preponderantly emit paraffin, per a brand new study revealed in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. This raises the prospect that rice farming across the globe may well be answerable for up to…
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Florence takes aim at Carolinas that residents told to get out now

Streams of cars clogged roads leading removed from the coast of North and South geographical region on Tuesday as residents began fleeing earlier than the arrival of cyclone Florence, a robust class four storm barreling towards the jap America states. While several coastal residents heeded obligatory evacuation orders, others were boarding up homes and businesses…
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An artificial synaptic device simulating the human brain function

A research team crystal rectifier by Director Myoung-Jae Lee from the Intelligent Devices and Systems analysis cluster at DGIST has succeeded in developing a synthetic conjunction device that mimics the performance of the nerve cells (neurons) and synapses that area unit response for memory in human brains. Synapses area unit wherever axons and dendrites meet…
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The Pacific Summit 2018

The Pacific Summit for the year 2018 was recently held in Nauru, Australia.  The summit of this year was very interesting and the most contentious among all the years. This meet is like a legacy which is conducted for 49 years and it has a great history but the Pacific Summit of this year has…
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