Ancient War Machines Since the beginning of warfare, military planners and generals dreamed of engineered machines to destroy military enemies first before they could inflict any destruction upon their own military forces...Read more
interview Martin Jenkins, Director of Maritime Development at AFCEA West 2014
Lockheed Martin is a global security and aerospace company that employs about 113,000 people worldwide. The Lockheed Martin Unmanned Carrier Launched Airborne Surveillance and Strike (UCLASS) air vehicle concept integrates proven technologies from F-35C, RQ-170 Sentinel and other operational systems to provide the lowest development risk and greatest Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) mission capability.
interview Keith Glover, President and Leila Bristow, Vice President of Worldwide Sales at AFCEA Cyber International Symposium
Bivio 8000i Series Advanced Cyber Security Platform extending the performance of cyber security applications up to 40 Gbps in full duplex. Designed specifically for federal civilian, defense, and intelligence agencies with increasingly demanding cyber security requirements, the Bivio 8000i allows for central management of multiple applications without sacrificing speed, performance, or flexibility.
Elma Electronic introduced – the SureLocks, and the Integrated Rack-Level Solutions with Cisco routers, Dell servers, and a COMe based Cisco box.
No solar power satellites (SunSats) are yet in operation. While all space-based satellites host some type of solar collector for the energy needed to power and control them, no satellites are in orbit today for the primary purpose of gathering energy from the sun and delivering it to earth. Because an abundant and sustainable new source of energy is desperately needed on earth and the current level of technological development will now permit it, a huge new satellite sector is about to emerge relaying energy from space to the ground where it will be used as electricity.